17 Burst results for "David Greenwood"

"david greenwood" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

"He can be a bit imperious to say the least. Some people think he's sanctimonious at times. He can play the game. He likes to portray himself as a teacher and the kids come first and winning games is incidental and to the task of teaching the game properly and all. And we know there's a lot of sufficient evidence that he puts a high priority on winning. Don't worry. And it doesn't take some losses, it takes him about as poorly as you would expect any coach to take them. My own personal dealings have been sparse, but friendly and cordial over the years. But he has a reputation. That other coaches and many coaches in both in college have and also all sports, which is that he can be hard to deal with for his local guys and girls. He can be very contentious. He's thin skinned to a degree, but he's great with outsiders. And I was an outsider. And I was treated very cordially by him over the U.S., whatever I needed to interact with him. And, you know, but. The smirks of the locals, you know, yeah, well, you don't see him every day and all that. But that's not uncommon. That's a phenomenon that exists first. And football basketball hockey, I'm sure at the highest level of hockey as well. So that's the thing. It's not a, he's a symbol of duke. You know, isn't that a bad guy at all? But let me say that one was a very positive thing about his coaching itself. To say the same thing about John wouldn't. There is no Mike cessi style of basketball. There are principles and philosophies, but there was no style. He has won with big men, little men, mid sized guys, as did wooden. The first championship, the 1964, is starting center with Fred slaughter with 6 5. And his first two championships did not feature a so called a big as we would call it at all. They were all midsize and smaller. And the stars of his second championship were his backcourt. Walt Hazzard and Gail goodrich, who scored 42 in the title game at 65. Then he got the sender. Well, he knew what to do with him, didn't he? He went through championships. And then alcindor graduates and he's got another team without a dominant center, Steve Patterson. He goes, he's building around the forwards, who were Curtis will and Sydney Wix. And then he wins a final championship with another team that did not have a dominant center in 1975. That he gets Walton. Excuse me. I was going to say probably. But it was two posts, two more with Walton and loses in a semifinals and a famous game against North Carolina state and then he wins one more with Richard Washington and David Greenwood two 6 ten guys that weren't dominant. You know, they were the best players. There was no style and the same with chevsky. He teaches basketball. He doesn't teach the Mike syste basketball. So that's a very much in his favor. He wins with he gets to assess his talent annually and then builds around him. He doesn't put square pegs in round holes of vice versa. He does not do that..

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"david greenwood" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

08:07 min | 7 months ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Four years of that discipline basketball aggressive type plate, especially on the defensive end, it prepared me very well for the NBA. You know, if you had Marvin del, I believe Ron burrough on that team and yourself and you guys took that program to new heights and said, you know, I'm not big on pictures of individuals, but probably my two most iconic pictures that I always enjoy seeing. And I got to hear somewhere in my man cave, but I can't find it right now. If George gervin, iceman, sitting on a block of chair on ice, your picture on the front of sports illustrator would have two hands on through going like that. I have labeled that show them the funk, because it has underarms and all that matter, but that was made by the armor. But a great great thing. Your thoughts on that man. Yeah. Well, I don't have a picture of that. I don't have a photograph. I can't locate. Wow. I find it a lot. And I'm sure if I dug deep enough, I would find it, but I have signs so many. And what really it brings back memories of the fact that the program started a certain way and I never forget we played UCLA at the pit. New selling the pit. I know I'm talking about boy. And that altitude is just enough altitude there isn't it cool. Yeah. Jessica is definitely not the girl you all. Yeah. And you see LA they were this powerhouse team was not like the old UCLA team, so it's still a good thing to keep it down the waves on the team David Greenwood, Roy Hamilton. And we were just these country guards from Arkansas and we played in the pit. We advanced there. We were and we were just we beat them. We were all them like, why don't I say the other words? I went for everyone to like shit on stage from the oldest tip. And we ended up winning that game and went through the final four that year. So Arkansas, those were some great years. I don't think you ever recreate college. Even though I enjoy playing in the NBA, you can always at least I can always say the model of memorable games are still in college. It's not really the MBA, because you play so many games in the NBA, but colleges, you have a little small window in college basketball. Hey, did you listen to this show time with coop? We have sending my grief in the house. Sending this point of the stage. I have something I call poops lightning round. I'm going to give you 5 names, and you tell me as much as little about the names, okay? Okay. This one, Terry Cummings. Aggressive player Hall of Fame, skill set, had he been healthy and played consistently for maybe one team, for ten to 12 years. Hall of Famer, no doubt, tough kid, tough player, love playing with them. You've mentioned already coach Eddie Sutton the late Annie Sutton. Yeah, coach said, very disciplined. He loved his players. He had high expectations for us, and he if you play for coach, you were ready if he had the skill to play in the NBA. He prepared players to play that next level. Now, I play for Pat Riley, my whole year of a couple of other coaches. The pat ride with my main coach, I would love to have played for Don Nelson. He was fun. He was very innovative. He wasn't as flighty as people think. He was a student of the game, young understood the game of basketball. And the understood matchups. And he worked coop. He worked at his highest paid rally work. You all Betty broke in my career. We worked extremely hard and remember back then you could have two practices. And they could be full practices. You had no limits. And then you could have a meeting in between. So we were practiced really hard, have this meeting about the plays and all this different. You know, that might be sitting in there like, I'm tired. Just don't be the basketball. This is who. And then do it again. Practice again. So I can say quick right off the bad memories, the fact Riley used to do that. Practice meeting practice film after a soap. We didn't have the p.m. afterwards. So you all were no, we didn't have that Apple. Kobe Bryant. Coast to coast with the basketball and they plays. It was something to behold and the thing I love about LeBron James that people were look, he is extremely intelligent ball player. But we have intelligent players that didn't share the knowledge with their teammates. He shares knowledge when you call a player set. He knew what play you were in. If that teammate was not in the right position, he said, hey, I need you to hear thereby run this play. He was he was probably the best I have ever seen in the history of the game of basketball that I've seen. But not only understood the game, but also shared that knowledge with his players on the basketball court. That's a great insight that I think people have a tendency to forget about those little aspects, nuances about his game is letting his teammates know. And, you know, you play for some great ones. That was one of Magic Johnson's biggest strengths is about inclusive for the whole team. Everybody been on the same page because it takes teams together everyone achieves more to win basketball games and LeBron definitely definitely has that, okay. Fit was some of your favorite teammates. And give us a little bit of insight on some of them. Well, junior bridgeman, and Harvey catches, we came in, well, they kind of mentor me when I was in Milwaukee Bucks and we did everything together in the road. Good and bad. Just kidding. Also. Hopefully if I bob a study in church and knows that. They really kept me from maybe strain more than I would have. Because they were just all about business being professionals playing bucker. They were pros. They were just professionals. I love playing with bob Lanier because bob was bob was a rebel player at a high had a very high skill level. People in a lot of times feel the love that the basketball player. And you always felt you know how it is and so I could get you open. Don't mind he could get you open. Whatever was guarding you, they would no longer be on you when bob said a pig. Man, I caught some of them hips. I caught 7 hips trying to get around him guarding you. Elbows, whatever it took. To do that, Marcus Johnson was such a skill player. I enjoy playing with Marcus because Marcus was a he wasn't a complimentary player, but he could compliment you. He wasn't trying to try to outshine you because he was good enough to shine out on his own. And he also just fundamentally again fundamentally player his father mills were so good. He was a winner. I just like most of my teammates were winners. I really liked that Paul Presley was one of my great teammates because he could pass the basketball was very smart. He played defense and he didn't care who he got the credit. He just wanted to win ball games. I have some tremendous teammates, ma'am. I have. Thanks for a long time. Dave Meyers. The late day Myers. Yeah. They look good. They were one of my favorite teammates because he did all the dirty work. I watched him every before every practice and after every practice read religiously do his exercises worse back so he could be healthy to play the next ball game..

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"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Um and I'm one of them. Who have been toe Michael Jordan's three first games and his three last games. I mean, the first one of the you know 84. When he came back and 95 he came back with the Wizards in 2001. And his three last games 95 before he retired first time 98 when he retired for the second time and in 2003 in Philadelphia, when new types of third time And it was me and his driver, Buddy George, Colder. And we were the only ones to be at all six of those games. But You know, I don't have anything. I'm gonna get my stuff I got probably still I know I have some from his last game and all three which in Philly? That was the one you know, Hardly anyone was there. You know, at the end of the half the press passes from those games would be yes. Yes, I had press message for those six games at one time. I That had is is really the key there. What you did you throw him out, or would you end up doing with them? Yeah, I never like I said I was keeping the press passes for a long time and You know that sometimes fans when they asked me for something, I give it to them. Um, so anyway, but that Yeah. I told George that one time and he sort of looked at me Consider. Okay, Wait. What's your memory of Jordan's first game ever at the stadium? You know, I've gotten to know it was. It was a lot of a lot of success in life is luck. And when it came to Chicago and 84 You remember being at the draft in Iran? Thorne saying, Look, you know he's gonna be really good player, but this is not, you know, kind of play. That's gotta turn the team around. Because he had been drafting guards a lot. Ronnie Laster, then got it. You'll get injured, and Quintin Dailey, who was, you know, obviously had some other issues with an assault of averaging, like 28 points or something in college. Um, you know, and then they hadn't done it. You know, he hadn't advanced the team to the playoffs, so Um, the first week he was in Chicago. Jordan was in Chicago. The Tribune sent me out and said, You know, just going yet. Go spend the day with him. You know, Rookie, you know Ricky story. Um, you know, so I had gotten normal. You know, a lot early on for writing in the stories about him, and, uh, there was a lot of excitement about it. You know, this is the community. Was really excited about, you know, from coming out of the Olympics. The North Carolina All that kind of stuff, and everybody's always looking for you know, the next grade in Chicago hadn't had basically ever next grade in basketball. I'm losing half the You know the Queen flip for magic and 79. Um, which was even Green was just ended up with the number two pick and David Greenwood. But Jordan was he was nervous that they, you know, he was kind of overwhelmed by it. I It was a sellout, which was rare in the Bulls of an average in anyone who knows Chicago basketball from the eight minute early eighties with nose Set late seventies after Norman Alone in that shed in that bunch, you know, you walk up. They had a game. Get a seat forward behind the benches. Yeah, you know, 5000 super fan running around that would that would be something to get something from Super fan. I think I got my picture. I got two pictures by everything. Oregon with Nancy Faust, which was on the court at the time for a while. And also right with Benny the ball on the court because we could get the seats right underneath the basket the day of the game for, like $15. Yeah. It was actually was great. Okay, You get great seats in a great building now And then it wasn't that noisy. Yeah, that many people there. He was kind of nervous about it, You know, first game, you know, you know he wasn't Michael Jordan. Yeah, he wasn't expecting to be. Maybe he was but you know, nobody was expecting Will be Michael Jordan came to know. Oh, sure. Well, remember, like six of 18 or something like that. Remember the exact numbers? I think he had 19 points. Um, And then I didn't know what we remember What? Interested me and not interested. I think he had a gay winner. Like what? A couple of games later Milwaukee in the game winner Remember when the play Portland it was like eight or nine games into the season. And the Portland media and they were very resentful because it was so much criticism of them Passing on. You know in Jordan takes him away at the time. Um And you know it came out and had a huge game right away. And so you know anybody who remembers that season it came so fast, You know, how is you know his celebrity? You know, group because you know you have huge games right away. Um, you know, and obviously great personality, the tongue, you know, the tongue flying and all that kind of stuff. So you know it was there was a great time for Bulls fans because it was finally like Hope you know. Holy it way. Got it. We got it. We got we got one of those guys will do some digging. Sam, You gotta fight some of that stuff. We're already at the end of the show. But this was a great segment. Great stories. And next time you come on, I was gonna ask you today. Out of all the taps centers from the late fifties T o Now your top Centers that you like, but we'll get to that next time, but thanks to talk to you again, Yeah. Great talking to you. Thanks for joining us and Tyler. I guess it We're at the end here. Do we have a little time? Lester? We're all done. About a minute? Yep. Okay. Very good. Well, Bill Huggins now Huggins and scatter actions led to stuff rolling in for the summer action. You could go toe. Yes, you know, but sight reading stuff every day. Great stuff to Huggins and scott dot com. I have Ah, Huggins and Scott Page and my teeth crowned Tom back, Tom, that whenever things get listed that came through me. And while that page is getting pretty good at this stuff that's actually.

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"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Michael. How you feeling today? Good. Good. Thank you. How are you guys? We're we're doing well, We're trying to figure out the dish on Watson sweepstakes. How do you interpret where? Let me know when you Figure that out. He's gonna wind up someplace for somebody's gonna have to pay Ah lot more for him than the Bears would have had to pay four years ago if they simply drafted him. Right, but But, you know, Ryan Pace I know you did. You gave us a good role play last week on Ryan pays being too big did to trade for him again. But if the bitch they are desperate, Michael now they don't have a lot of A lot of ammo to go get him like some other team. We needed not gonna be eligible. They're going with a pop gun. They're not. They don't Then I just I feel like I was just a beauty that desperate If they were desperate, they wouldn't just kept the coaching GM. What they did. Well, I think Pace and Maggie are desperate. Now. I think they go. Okay. I got a suit to me. Would kind of our kind of agree with that. Um especially paces on the last year of his deal, right? Well, we don't really sure. Yeah, that Z. Nobody. Okay. The Bears were being weird about that. The Bears were asked directly in the press conference. So was Ryan Pace about that? And they skirted the issue, giving people reason giving people reason to believe that they may have extended him by a year to match him in Nagy up with two years would make sense. But it also would be traded comment. The original Sort of spirit of these guys are on the clock because they're not really on the clock. They're not really and and so they may be a little desperate, but they're not desperate enough. I don't even I'm not even sure they're just good enough whether they're desperate not to do the smart thing. There's nothing to suggest that they are How smart do you think they can be with this quarterback marketplace? What kind of a guy What kind of an arm What kind of a move, do you Would You feel comfortable with them having? I think you'll do something like Matt Ryan will do the second rate thing. They'll do the same. That's typically bears when it comes to quarterbacks. I mean, they're not. They're not gonna look. They're not gonna get Aaron Rodgers. Okay, so let's just wipe that out. They're not going to get Matthew Stafford. They're not gonna get either two quarterbacks in a division area and the lions, maybe the lions or less confident, much less the bears. They won't even do that. The Packers are going to deal with the bad guys don't want anybody to see that the deal here in Rogers to the Bears, so that now leaves you know Matt Ryan, at least Garoppolo. I could see the bears winding up with Matt Ryan or Garoppolo, neither of which, you know. Excite me. It is upgrade from what they've got. Matt Ryan's Maybe at this point it whatever he is 35 years old. Garoppolo could be, but he heard all the time. Who else Who else is in the quarterback? Sweepstakes? What did I miss? Well, we should go ahead kind. We've been shooting in around a little bit that if the if the Bears don't have the ammunition to go for Watson, which they certainly don't not by themselves, that maybe you get into some of the third party conversation. I have to attend a viol. Oh, it makes his way to Chicago via a three way trade. That'd be all right. Who? Yeah, maybe You know, I got too much scar tissue. You got a young You know you, You know, you know what you have to get there. You have to get Terry Bradshaw on the show. You have to get Terry tell you the story about how he just told me the story a year ago like today because we were in Tampa. For the Super Bowl. And Terry told me this unbelievably entertaining story about how he went fishing the morning of the draft. There's Exactement. Nothing in 1969 70. Whatever it was, they mean nothing. And Terry would fishing, But he went fishing with the understanding that the George Palace was going to draft him. And Perry was just he was over the moon. You should see him. Tell the story. You have to hear him. Tell him I'm I mean, you know the outcome of the stories. You know Terry Bradshaw and play for the Bears. So I'm not ruining the ending. But Terry went fishing and he was giddy. Thinking he was going to play with Gale Sayers. My gift to and big buckets, and he was like telling his parents I have going to Chicago and I am going to play with these three all time. Great players, right? And he was nuts about it, and he was fishing for hours because there's you know, people called you and said, By the way you got drafted few hours go by the afternoon, the blank and then at the end of it, Terry gets out of his truck back home, and he gets a call from the Pittsburgh Steelers say they attracted him and he was like what was one of the best. I don't wanna play with bigger and fairs and it's just it's you know, this is what we had. We've had all these inexplicable misses. Quarterbacks. You know you would make a good book except would depress the hell out of the fan base, would you you counting on to buy it? Um But it's something it's just some accounting. When you go through the history, I would run into Alice permanently. I would run into got famous players and it was you know how almost wanted with the bear knows you say, Stop, stop. I don't want to know. But Terry's story is the best of them, considering carry the only one of the guys that I've heard these stories from who won four Super Bowls. I thought I thought though it was the same story is Magic Johnson with Brad Child with management was greatly was, it would point to the point of Magic and David Greenwood, right? And no one No one carries a coin flip. Or was it something they were? They were Are the Steelers and the Bears each other same record coming out of that season. Right? One in $13 coin flip. Okay, So how about that? Oh, my God. Two point flips. The only thing that makes the Magic Johnson coin flip bearable is that we got Michael. Right. That's out. And then we've been waiting teammate up for the coin flip since Brad Child with the Bears. Another one was and he's my dear friend, So I'm not gonna act like this hurts. My hurts me anyway, because he doesn't cause because of who he is, but didn't ya, Ming and Jay will. What was that the same thing? I don't over was a coin flip. Or we just lost was it was a lottery still, wasn't it? Yeah, I guess it was a lot of it was Larry. Okay? So used to wonder what the number one we want over the number two and but the number of times The Chicago team has wound up with another two is just sort of Like numbing. Michael. What about from a national level here? Okay. We could speculate all day about about the Shawn Watson in the Bears. What is your opinion about him and the power of the athlete and whether or not Houston Should use their power of their contract or if in these days you just say to yourself, I can't win this. It's not gonna help my franchise. I might as well get maximum value and just trade him. You can't win this shit. Dude, will you just explained it will be. That's the reason why you can't do that. And the Texans are are seen by other players is just sort of incompetent but mean vindictive. You know, Charlie Brown like situation. Look at the receiver they just gave to the Cardinals. Gave away probably know, certainly one of the best five receivers in the game and me and arguably the best receiver in the game. They just gave me away. While you've got a franchise quarterback. We've been getting the ball did this stupid It is dumb. And so so, Watson. Look, you saw the clip of J. J Watt going down the sidelines. I'm sorry. We just wasted a year. Your time Pull still does that That's one Hall of Fame athletes saying to potentially one of watch his career continues along this path. I'm I apologized to him. We'll tell you about the franchise. People know players talk. Ex players talks assistant coaches talk I know..

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"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"David Greenwood had a couple good years. Yeah, the difference in the the team now in the team when I played is management. Ownership. You know they have. They've won before. Now, they know they have a formula. They know what is what is going to take and they have to be able to utilize what what they've done in the past to get back there. For Zach is a personal He's going to start thinking about himself. He's gonna think about his career. He's young he's got. He's got a couple more contracts in front of him, but he's also got to think about, you know. What he wants to leave behind. Being The best player on a bad team is not the way you want to spend your career. There you go. So Reggie Theus, a former bull who's gone through this the same thing that Zach Levin's gone through and Reggie Have you speak to it? How terrific ballplayer that when she was thrown out of college, right? He came out of UNLV. He was 6 ft seven he could handle like a wizard. He was used to play an up tempo, high octane in your face offense of basketball he got here. Nobody could keep up. He was a different level player. And then he mentioned David Greenwood. David Greenwood came here. It was U C L A good player. Not great. They lost a coin toss, which gave them David Greenwood. Yeah. The other team got Magic Johnson. But that's had that coin toss worked. We don't ever get Michael Through But fair trade. Eddie Johnson. The Bulls works to get that it works to either way you to go on. We got one of the top seven players, right, but I wouldn't trade what came with Michael. But that's what happened. So what do you do if you're the Bulls? He mentioned the contract right so soon that four years 80 million or whatever he's making. That's kind of change. So so, cap. What do you do if you're the Bulls because Yes, He's the best player. But King are you afforded him another contract thinking that Yep, he's going to be our future. We just had to build around them or find another leader. Offensively. What do you do there? So you're gonna have to Max him. He's playing well enough. He's going to get a monster deal if he leaves. You can't pay him and Lowry market and I loved Lowry in the draft. He hasn't come as quickly as I thought he might. Last night, he still put up 18 and handful rebounds. He runs well, he makes perimeter. Johnny get three threes last night failed to stretch the floor. It's seven wonders. 7 ft. Tall. That's a huge thing to have. But you can't pay a massive contract. The Lowry and a full boat, Max, deal, Zach Levine, and go where we getting money than to delve into free agency. How are we going to rebuild this thing? So it's better. I think one of them has to get traded. I do. I want to see how Zach develops under Billy Donovan the rest of this year. I do. See, it's tough because another year under contract, yes, but it's It's tough because you see the production right and you see the double digits in the a dynamic scoring and you say, Well, what else it feels like mellow with the Knicks. Melo will give you 29 30 tonight If you asked him to, but then around him, it's like, well, no one's even close to him. So how do you get better as it? That's the question. How do you get better as a team? If if I knew that the ceiling for Larry Marketing was healthy, Christopher's Angus like OK, now I got a 12 punch. Okay, I could work with all these. What's his name? Nikolay Yokich. Sure, he's not. I'm not saying he is. He's not sure. Now you've got a 12 punch now. OK, I got two guys to build around. When Kobe white I'm not. I didn't like to pick remember arguing with Jordan Cornett is like, OK, Kobe white that he won't be there at seven. And then when he was you got it. That guy's awesome. Can he look, He's 20 years old Can he developed? Absolutely. I just don't see pure point guard in him. I see a guy who was the most talented kid on his high school team played on one of the better college programs of all time at North Carolina. He lasted one year anyway. Chased the money in the MBA, and I God bless him for doing it. I just don't think you can win and win big with him at the point, Zach Levine, Lowry Market and developing Patrick Williams. And what is Wendell Carter? Do that special special Nothing. Plays hard rebounds. Special You got too many guys that aren't that show. This is why this is a development year to find out who could play Who can correct Excuse speaking one that we have no shot. No shot. You just sneak in one. Sure, Let's grab Nathan in Glenview. Hey, Nathan. Hey, guys, How's it going today? You're doing, Nathan. Good. So you got me into this morning. I was playing around on the n betrayed calculator. So I'm gonna throw out to potential trades narrows here. The first is for Zach Levine. I think you were gonna trade Levin, You look at Philadelphia, Ben Simmons. It's clearly not happy there and they wanted James Harden. So my question is, Can you get bent them in on the Bulls, and then you have a bonified superstar? Sandzak. Levin's the touristy those contracts match and then you get Simmons on the bulls and you build around Simmons that solves your problem. You can play a point. Yes. Second trade. I don't know about that one, but go ahead. You don't like it If you do like it, I don't because I'm not a huge Ben Simmons guy. He had a coach and he's a talented guy. I'm not saying you're not a good player. Is he worth the full boat money? When Brett Brown said to him, please, and doctors said the same thing. Please shoot the ball from the perimeter. And he basically refuses. If I can put you if I could put shooter perimeter shoes around him, I could take it. Simmons does everything you want except shoot threes. He does everything you want, And by the way, it may not be the Bulls. Someone's going to pay him for both because of the amount of production he puts up. I'm just telling you I don't know. That's hard to say in 2021 to have that kind of talented, shoot eight threes, but cap anything else you want. He's magic John. He's magic Johnson like on everything else that you want. Besides that. Yeah, for a guy that is going to get that kind of money right now again. This year. His season averages 12.8 points. 8.4 rebounds. 7.9 assists, Multi talented What is he? Like? Why does 70 Sixers want to move on from him? Because of what you just said. That's the one ingredient he didn't shoot. Well, you, doesn't She? Well from the perimeter. He's in all these trade talks Career low and scoring. He averaged 15 16 16 down to 12 all that scoring around him, though he can't You can't give you 25 points a game because indeed and people shoot more threes, and he will now give you this. He plays when he stays healthy. He competes so What was the second deal, Nathan? All right. So the second deal is you look at the Brooklyn that's right now. They've obviously got their books. Their big three My thing is they've got to get the mark Asian pieces The Bulls had in my opinion, one of the best benches in the league, so I'm looking at the Nets right now. They kind of need to win now and they've got didn't Woody out for the year with the scale point guard plays its two point guard position, in my opinion, really undervalued. Curious. Maybe the bullet consent, said Young and then their own Another piece in there, Get in with you in a bit of a discount coming off. You've been injured. And then that kind of cell is your point. Our problem too. You can slide Kobe into the two guards spot. And I mean, listen, the best case scenario footballs this year they're competitive. They get the stuff of the racy. They lose the plan game and you get the balls in the water again. You give a kid another chance to hit on a potential pick, and then you build from there. So for me trading away a couple bunch pieces Exact I'm all good with that. I'd like to see the bullets build for the future. Appreciate it, Nathan. Thanks for listening, man. Have a good day..

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"david greenwood" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on WGN Radio

"For 20% off my friend John the coach Cone. Is on WGN. Right now. I talked to coach earlier this week. He's a hero man who's coached on every single level except the highest levels, but that's it. That doesn't matter. Um, Coach, you've got some trivia for us tonight for WGN fans. Is that right? I did, but it's very, very tough to come on after the Wellington the Penguin store there. I'm a little emotional. I don't know if I can. Don't you think I mean 33 years old. Well liked it. He deserved a five minute segment. Unbelievable. I had to bring out the tissue and wipe the eye a little bit. What do you mean? The second could go? Well, no confidence in your old radio partner. Come on. I have no idea which way you're going here. I know we haven't done this in a long time. I'm slightly nervous. Don't take it personal. By the way, I absolutely look away when I get get a shot. So, but, you know, I've been listening all day. You forgot that the doctor If he had any symptoms from the shop owner said he had a sore arm, but we needed to know if he had a temperature of the flu. Excellent point program Director John the coach count calling in right now It's an excellent point. I should have asked that Never never get blueberry muffins from 7 11. That's critical. Nothing. Do you have a number 17 11 product. Not really. Right. So that's I mean, if you're gonna have to be their coach, sometimes you got to go and risk the blueberry muffin and Michael with the you know, go to safety around Go little Snickers bar, possibly of musketeers are what could go wrong with that of a 7 11, you get smushed. I do like when I need a bigger pick A 7 11 slushies so outstanding and several Evan does do a nice to banana for $1, which is a solid purchased at a 7 11. Plus, if you're going for a lot of times you go to the the soda extravaganza. There's a two for 3 50 there. They do a nice job that way. All right. That's not why we're here. What is what's what trivial we doing? All right. He wants in sports trivia. I do I do. All right. So I got one that I'm I'm calling the greatest Chicago sports trivia question of all okay with waiting. Another pause possible is the greatest Chicago sports trivia question of all 312981 72 100 of you Think you can answer the greatest Chicago sports Trivia Question of all you should call in right now, and the coach is going to give you something question first place obviously subjective, but the beauty of this, too is you could be on a computer all day long and there's no way you could look it up. It's objective is not an actual answer. You would have to be. That's correct. This is where I got to the point where I didn't know if this is gonna go well it up. All right. What do you gotta go for it? Word or moment? Chicago sport. Was on Page three. The Chicago Tribune Worse Single moment. One single incident, I would argue, had more influence and it was on Page three. Chicago took it. So you're telling me that the worst moment in Chicago sports history didn't make the front page but was on Lee on page 33 items Are you saying Are you saying this happened recently? Or is this Chicago Tribune newspaper from 1978 a little a little Left only not recently. More towards the 78 eighties. 78 eighties, so late seventies early eighties. Age three of the tribute Yes. Page three of the Tribune. Okay, this can you give us a hint, Coach? Um, how about NBA basketball? So you're saying that that game I think I know what you're talking about. You're saying that it was announced on Page three that the Chicago Bulls lost the coin flip didn't get Magic Johnson and got David Greenwood. Nicely. Gun marks. Irma I was a huge magic Johnson fan back in the day and just dying to see if the Bulls We're gonna win the coin flip. You get it? Hey, three all lose point flip the Lakers Lakers. And that out picking magic Johnson. Remember the Bulls pick David Greenwood. There you go, man. You're right on it. But right now it is the objective. So, but this is not trivia. These air coach opinions OK, The other one is well, no, the other one's opinion. So three Well, hold on a 2nd 312981 72 100. Can you guess the coaches opinion? I told you Wellington, the penguins before this is okay. I stand affirm the that I was right to be skeptical about this, but I'm still enjoying this conversation. Okay, Give me your next one. What do you got? Let me rushing in from the back side and say The man's name You one instance. Chicago Sports. That affected work. What could've been If we didn't pick Magic Johnson name you one play one incident one thing. It would be more significant. Name. Okay, So so I got it. I got name you one thing that would have been more significant in the history of Chicago sports. More so than the Bulls losing the coin for which, by the way, losing that coin flip was the greatest loss ever because we would not have ended up with Jordan who was the greatest player to ever play anything. Okay s so it actually was a great was a great loss and think that we didn't get saddled with Magic Johnson here that I've been a nightmare. Um, but I know you're a big magic. That was that was a dick. All right. So what one thing happened? That was Maurin impactful. So you're saying that we would have benefited greatly as a city, but it didn't go our way And it's not Drafting Mitchell.

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"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"10 years ago tonight, I'm glad we had the conversation earlier today with Carmen about how Wednesday so we, like different life will get back to normal one day. We will have these times. 3123323776 is we wait for well? Bon. Wanna go to Brodrick in Evanston? Broad Wreck your on ESPN 1000. What's up? Hey, baby, How are you, man? Happy Thanksgiving. You to appreciate it, Um I'm not. I don't. I don't think I'm ever going to be over us passing over family homes. Number 10. I wanted to ask you for you remember? The negatives like people were saying that you know he wasn't the best or whatever. He was like, What? Third or fourth quarterback at best within that draft, Um no highlights on highlights for reason. But If you go on look, he's doing the same thing at Texas Tech as he's doing now, it doesn't look any different report was he couldn't do that and that he was too much of a gun slinger. He played to free and loose with the football and that's going to result in In some Jay Cutler type interceptions and the and the there the record wasn't great either. How could he be that good if their record was four and seven? Or whatever. Itwas Yeah, he got beat up. But like now, when, like you see product, the highlights and it's more than just highlights about it. That you got to go deep with all this stuff. But you just wonder like how how more teams didn't see what Kansas City saw. Thank exactly that. That's what that's what, really It means like this food is all the worldly. How did every other team miss it? At least whatever teams one through 10, you know we're drafting that year. How did they all speak in this way? And that's what I always I always say. Like people think that It's It's okay to write it off and that the Bears shouldn't be docked for it. Because, well, Cleveland could have taken him with the first overall pick. Why didn't San Francisco take him instead of Drafting another defensive lineman, Solomon Thomas. I think they ended up taking it for whatever itwas or three and and, like, I don't care what John Lynch was thinking. I don't care what Cleveland was thinking. All I know is that my football team Who has never had a quarterback in my lifetime, that the best quarterback that they've had was from the forties that they will never have a better time. To change the course of history than they had then and they messed up. I don't give a crap that Cleveland messed it up in San Francisco messed it up and some of the Jets messed it up. I don't care that doesn't excuse Ryan Pace. It doesn't excuse the bears. They will never have a decision. He could have thrown a dart with pictures of The homes in one corner. Watson in the other corner, and Travis Key in the third corner, split the dartboard into thirds. And if you threw a dart you had a chance of getting at 66.6% correct and he still took the guy who got it wrong. And that and then Hello, Hmm. Yeah, Sorry, Um Sam friend went to the Super Bowl. Sure, even after they're at that moment, and I don't like Baker Mayfield at all. I mean, I don't I don't think he's on that great, but Cleveland is in a much better position than we are so A little though the teams like I look at top to bottom here, we got a great defense, but Like I'll think we're much better from the Jets. Right. Where was I appreciate it like it's like the Scottie Pippen thing. I want my general manager too. I don't care. I don't want him to think with the crew. If you want to general manager who thinks like the crew and thinks like the MOX, then why don't we just draft with the box? Well, what's the point of even having a general manager? It's to me, it's the lamest excuse. There are people who are on my feet all the time, he says. Sylvie, it's time to move on. I'll never move on from it until they get the next quarterback. I'm sorry. Will never move on. Ever. Had heartache in in my lifetime sports wise Earlier when I found out that Magic Johnson could have been had by the Bulls, but we lost a coin flip with the Lakers. The Lakers drafted first, and they got Magic Johnson. The Bulls got David Greenwood number two. The the Bears lost a coin flip with Pittsburgh. Where Terry Bradshaw went one in the Bears lost the coin flip those air coin flips. There's a guy where the guy had the pick of the litter, and he got it wrong and and it's he's turning out to be the biggest superstar that we have. And I don't I don't care that you think that the Bears would have ruined him, they would not have ruined him. He's a generational talent 3323776 of you wanna weigh in. We'll try to reach a Michael Wilbon having great discussions, though, with our fans 3323776 tell me what's on your mind. As we head into the holiday weekend, you're Listeningto Waddle and Sylvie on ESPN 1000, Chicago's home for Sports. Yes, 55 and barely alive. Bears had to Lambeau for some prime time Rivalry. Join us for the points..

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"david greenwood" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"But these are some of the people that grew up with us Raymond Lewis Roy Hamilton. David Greenwood Friedman Williams Marcus. Jonathan was from here. Oh, yeah. Yeah this guy, I don't know if you played against him Mark wolfmeyer. You remember him? Yeah. There's score the shooter Deluxe score 48. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah Dwayne polee Lorenzo Romar Byron Scott Justin, and I'm sorry if I missed any other there's a bunch of up a bunch a lot of guys raising. Where would you rank yourself among all of those and not trying to say your first second or third but you know feel that you played competitively with a lot of those players, Well, let me let me take it a little further 1975 Coupe was probably the the strongest year in La history for for that class was probably the best in La history. We probably we had nine guys playing the NBA. Yep, and that's you know, I'm a year a year or two behind birth. Marcus so I didn't put him in this group, but you had you had David Greenwood Roy Hamilton you had Kiki vandaway. Yeah Big Sam's you had trouble with James Hardie member James Harden Long Beach Poly. Yeah. Yeah first name, you know him by his nickname trouble trouble. Exactly. Exactly. You know, James Wilks, you know, how bout that you had Bill Laimbeer Cartwright, who was this crazy? His name is not allowed to be mentioned on this show. I understand the fucker. Yeah with a passion but off. Yeah, then you you appreciate when he came to Englewood guys were shooting at their bus so you could appreciate that long. So I mean, but think about it think of all the guys that I named that had just, you know, Stellar NBA careers and and you know, I'm not Brad Holland's remembered groundhogs brand. Yeah, so I mean birth That class was incredible when it comes to you know, playing in the NBA. So if I was to rank myself, you know, when it comes to MBA careers, you know, I would put myself up there with Marcus yourself. There's probably two or three of three of us three about three or four of us that have real life, you know lengthy NBA careers where we actually not just a cup of coffee, you know just was on the team we were actually players. So you being mystery, you know Championship Michael Cooper. I used to get sick of hearing that by the way, just just get ready. You know what I mean by career for your thoughts any day but ended up passing listen anything them green eyes. Look at how old are you now? I'm sixty-three sixty-three and sixty-four I haven't had here in the last three years. You still got a job. And yeah, you know, I would cut it all off for the championship rings you got so that that's not even keeping this key. Keep it 100 that don't mean nothing nothing. You have a great High School career. How did you find yourself at at Vegas with Coast? Arkanian? Well, nineteen seventy-five. I was being recruited heavily by you know, the dawn's and San Francisco. I was pretty much everybody in the country. It used to La was was right there and but what happened is dead in those days there were there were very little recruiting Rules by the NC 2A. So Tarkan his assistant coach Lynn Archibald were at every single one of my games the prop. The reason I didn't go to UCLA was because wouldn't had just retired and not only did wouldn't retire but they had four authors. Guards going to UCLA at the time and a Roy Hamilton and David Green went about five or six others. You know when I say you remember Spenard and that's when our yes, yes, but not not yet another it was another one..

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"david greenwood" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"For your vote. Frederick Cofield campaign for your vote. Sorry, Sir Fred Cofield was drafted to the New York Knicks in 1985 played on the Chicago Bulls with Jordan from 84 until 85 myself smashingly. You've created quite the game here, Cory. 77 5791025 and 807 71125 other game ideas that I had I was singing like the last dance documentary. I was like last dance or made some pants, And it would have been someone from the last dance documentary or like Levi Strauss or Calvin Klein. But I realized I'd be too easy. Jeffrey Jenko. I got exactly Billy Jordan Ash. How'd you grab alive? Hello? Who are you? Cris. Cris, are you here to play today's game? I am played with the goat or campaigned for your vote. The name is William McKinney. Ah, campaign for your vote. Sorry, sir Billy, the crazed hummingbird. McKinney was an American basketball player that played from 78 to 86 played with Michael Jordan on the Chicago Bulls from 85 86 of one after another. That feels good to do Not really. Burrito doesn't glory to rob alive alone. Who are you? I get the burrito right that, Adam, I promise. If nobody wins today, I'll buy you one of these burritos held by you two. Adam. How's your day, pal? Not too bad. How you doing? I'm doing good. Are you doing All right, All right. All right. You come here to play the game today. Yes, there. Alan Benson. Who must say campaign for the vote. Mr. Benson was an American newspaper editor and author who ran for the Socialist Party in 1916. He indeed Campaigned for your vote. Next name is going to be David Greenwood. I mean, would I? I'm going to say played with a goat. Indeed, he did. Dave Greenwood made his MBA debut on October 13th 1979 played in the N B a until 91. And he played alongside Michael Jordan in the Chicago Bulls in 85 believe his rookie year from not mistaken Corey. Do you know the curse of the clicking of the prize patch? Game? In fact, June of the curse, All right, well, it Cory, This man has gotten a tick. He's gotten attack. He's trying to get this third one for the dough. But, sir, you're gonna have to absorb the Cory Cardinal Curse. Yes. He's gotten the attack the tick. In his attack. What's his name? What's your name, Sir? It doesn't matter. Just go ahead and marry this prick. Okay. Sorry, Adam. You're a prick. I I don't really believe that about you. But you know, that's part of the game. Your last name, sir. Is going to be Pete Cooper. Well, he played with the goat. Sorry, sir. He's an American inventor, industrialist, philanthropist and politician who invented the first American steam locomotive. Now we know the steam engine was created by Robert Fulton. Of course, but Pete Cooper, first American Steam Locomotive. Oh, wow. It feels good to grab alive. Hi. Who are you? It's still stick and daddy need to give card man Phil stick. It would be an honor for you to win this tremendous game of ours here today. How's your weekend buddy already? Oh, good man just just rolled in from Tennessee. Well, it's up there with the kids for four days so made of that caliber food and got back here just in time to crack open a beer and listen to my favorite show on the bone. Hell, yeah. Did you want to go Gatlinburg? Now went Tio Ah, small town called McMinnville, Tennessee. It's about 70 Miles southeast of Nashville. I'm sure everybody wanted to know that everybody definitely wanted to. Right. You get the mountain time or it just just the city or what Now what? Teo. There was a couple of early mornings where I went to a couple of Ah the park's state parks had been to before and have got a chance. Really get out there and take a lot of pictures and stuff. So I had a good time. It was Ah, nice temperature change. And you really had a good time. Yeah, man. Sorry. What happened to raise in the first game against the Yankees Look like a close I will bounce back tonight. Zilla didn't look too good on the hop. Alright, See, Look at me caring about the raise, Dave. Exactly. That's nice. I love your own board. All right. Your first name Phil Stick. Daniel Webster, Daniel Webster DD campaign for your vote or play with the goat. I think he played with a goat. I'm sorry, Dave. He was part of the wig party. He was an American lawyer. Statesman represented party. I know, right? Answered on Massachusetts. We love you, Dave 18 37 of you, Teo against anybody it funny because in 18 36 nasty Savage was opening up for mega death at the high life Rahn TAHN. 77 579 to 5 alive. Here. You only what's up, Tony? All right, much better attitude this time thumbs up from both of us this time. Those down fluted alive. Hi. How are you? Hi, How are you? Hey, Adam Adam here to play today's game. I am going to give you a name. You'll tell me if they played with Michael Jordan, or if they campaigned for president or vice president play, but the goat or campaigned for your vote. Your first name is going to be Billy Brian. Play with the goat. Sorry. American or ater and politician from Nebraska. Dominant force in the Democratic Party ran for president three times. 77 5791 to 5. Phenomenal work today. Korea Love this game. You gotta live. Hi. Who are you? Pedro. It's sudden. Its upsides. How.

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"david greenwood" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"For my desire to see the movie like this isn't staring at me the yeah I mean everything that you need to know about the movie is not represented in this moment like without system I mean everything that makes the movie great is kept out of this clip but you have to know what's about to go down to for this to have the gravitas that it needs why I understand the the aliens are invading other gonna Kelly do you have it but you know you were there for the attack you weren't there you know when when will in the family had a you know we're we're up and you know very stressed because of what was happening hi mate maybe I need to go back and see this is a film worth watching I mean to me independence day will and always forever will be the the greatest like big blockbuster movie I remember going to see that and it just felt bigger than any other big movie and it still has that place in my heart I don't watch it often but I I appreciate the movie so then what that is to you is like what does Star Wars and the lost ark in jaws and and movies like that were to me yeah big big big time that's that's where that's where the generation gap exists so that maybe like we could do an exchange program of films were all watch independence day and you can watch raiders lost sorry okay that seems good because I'm we'll go blockbuster for blockbuster because I'll tell you raiders was the original big movie blockbuster by Spielberg what you've never seen it yeah I have what a film I watch anything my brothers wanted to including the leprechaun when I was like three that's probably little early for that one yeah let's watch leprechaun in the hood which was the reason juga live who are you Matt Hey Matt ray played today's game yes Sir okay so we've already gone through half of it which was bill Pullman and died his speech being deep faked by our president so half of the categories in the game is start with bill Pullman I'm gonna give you a name and if you think they starred in a movie with bill Pullman you'll say start with bill Pullman now the last dance at its final episode last night on ESPN and job your I. D. I did not watch not integral find out why after the break the movie that I I watch too bizarre movies last night I still don't know what either one of them was about and via the bulls in their last dance at the the six Pete if you will former bull man a former Chicago bull would be the former bull man start with bill Paul man would be an actor who is in a film with bill Pullman you with me yes Sir former Bowman or start with bill Pullman will starts off kinda easy with Shaquille o'neal it started with your new baby yeah he never played for the bulls my good man that's why I said we'll start you off easy Shaquille o'neal was in scary movie four with their bill Pullman city finds out the house she lives in is haunted by a little boy goes on a quest to find out who killed him and why also Alan try alien tripods or invading the world and she has to uncover the secret in order to stop them you ever get any the scary movies I've never seen one what about just the movies in general that they don't make anymore that we're just stupid like the naked guns a lot of the airport why why is that genre gone I don't know that that dumb slapstick comedy kind of I mean the Waynes brothers were doing that for a while they had whatever the they were they were in charge of the first scary movie but then they did haunted house or whatever do people just not like that anymore I don't know in the eighties for some reason with naked gun in that airplane and Kentucky fried movie we loved like hit me with fifty yes jokes a minute and they're all battered like each one's worse than the than the previous one just people are just falling off of things and being thrown about in the background that's what I live for looks like I picked the wrong week to stop the fairplay glue you know nice beaver thank you I did stuff myself yeah I don't know why we lost our zeal for those over the top dumb comedies but man were they ever great you're not alive are you Dan yes Dan I'm gonna give you a name and you will tell me if they start with bill Paul man or if they are a former bull man all right all right Dave Greenwood started with all men I apologize my good man but the Chicago Bulls lost the coin toss to the Los Angeles Lakers for the number one overall pick in the nineteen seventy nine draft the Lakers selected Magic Johnson and the bulls were left with Mr David Greenwood who did not quite reach the levels that are fanatic John I I'm feeling very confident with I think I've one already okay because I was worried about repeating the prince game where I knew nothing about prints so I was picking what I believe to be obscure prince song right I was concerned that these could be world renowned everybody knows these ball players so so at least that guided now under safeguard for that because I was an NBA fan for instance like the or late seventies so I I thought it was a record year look at this game and just think I was an idiot not at all no you pick really good games true of a lot of a low hello do you Hey Steve how's your day pal yellow you know acts appreciate just meant thank you happy Monday to you I'm getting a name thank you I'm gonna give you a name and you will tell me if they are a former ball man or if they start with bill Paul man okay okay J. T. Walsh I will bill Cole man he did indeed in a lovely film gripping intrigue are sexy the last seduction a devious sexpot played by Linda Fiorentino you didn't have that in the notes but I know that because I've seen is a lot like four or five times steals her husband's drug money and hides out in a small town where she meets the perfect dupe for her next seen Linda Fiorentino in last adoption is so sexy not an office holdup of joy flash can find a clip of that on both TV that be awesome the boat online dot com John she there was something about her like Sharon stone in basic instinct style you know like a bad lady who's looking to do bad things yeah like what was your name Cruella deville who got banged in the sink by Michael Douglas yeah like love yeah right yeah we get like this use more crazy than evil welcome but if you wanted to you know it's just flat out like evil and scheming and diabolical and so damn sexy our congratulations Sir you've got me take let's see if you get the tax and the Joe in this game start with bill Paul man or former ball man your next name is going to be Mr Bob boozer floorball men use another key player during the Chicago Bulls inaugural season gave the bulls the inside presence they needed to become a force in the league behind is eighteen points and eight rebounds Bob boozer no relation to Carlos boozer let the ball balls to the playoffs where they lost three consecutive games to the St Louis hawks he's got the tech he's got the tack let's see if he gets the dough John just bringing up the the last dance because I did watch the episode last night specifically because I wanted to hear them talk about Dennis Rodman when he skipped on so in the NBA finals he skipped practice to go beyond Monday nitro and Anna Debbie said every paper you worry fought diamond Dallas page and then skipped practice ended up still playing that that next game yep and essentially won the game with almost the game winning free throws and then went home to make sweet love to Carmen Electra I saw people this morning on social media saying it was it was the greatest the you know twenty four hours of human life I mean Dennis Rodman was he was cut from a different cloth than anybody in the entire L. vessels for the dude was just on another level and and I absolutely loved him as a player and person all right my good man here comes your third one I need an answer right away I want no googling I wanted to make loading going here will all right I want immediate answer with the name Chet Walker I would say that is bill Pullman and I would say thank you very much for playing Chet Walker was one of the bulls first bona fide superstars after being traded from Philadelphia where he won a championship he spent his final six years in Chicago and never average anything less than nineteen points and five rebounds is this the movie or talk about that as long as adults and what is she doing two in there she's she's she just met him and he said what a big winner he had and so she said well let's let's let's take a field I was twenty five years of the last seduction how do you see that anytime there's a she's incredible so he sits down and says I've got a big leader just so you know I forget like if he says that that lately but he makes an allusion the fact that he's packing much girth and she's like all right well let me check that a Big Boy yeah she's I think she's she slipped her fingers yeah after she touched it she's so damn hot in this movie she is there is there sex scenes yes it's got to be there are and she's I think she's naked and she looks amazing big bill Pullman that I don't recall I believe bill Pullman might have been the D. guy that she originally screwed over and I don't know that that they show him banging her I gotta put that one on the to watch great film hope it holds up Hey bill what's up looking to grab a live agent John how do I get one of them bill I'm gonna give you a name you're gonna tell me if they're a former bull man or start with bill Pullman right all right James Bloor B. L. O. R. yes during the coldest game twenty nineteen the Cuban Missile Crisis in sixty two a troubled math genius finds himself drafted to play in a U. S. Soviet chess match and a deadly game of espionage John can I ask bill question I saw on your social media over the weekend the rescued a dog from a hot car did the owner when they came out want to kick your **** they were not happy now I can imagine they would be did you confront them on their behavior for leaving that dog in a hot car absolutely I mean can I have the right yeah yeah yeah just as a kid you know.

"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Stepped out of a position to move up in the organization about the way that I'm like I can see yeah I'm just just my opinion just modeling you know facts it is my opinion it sounds familiar to some other things that happen more recently I'll leave it at that well we know the market release a new GM right okay so coming up next yeah it's a big jump shots though for the bulls hello absolutely loved and as bad as he played in those finals Horace grant made the two clutch plays at the end yes with the pass and the block people forget about the blocking Kevin Johnson that in that again not even found that I had been selling for scrap was anything but I just it's interesting that correct point that out he wasn't happy with that in da well happy with the cut the cocaine circus thing at all you know it's kind of funny though yeah because the first I don't think watching the click button thing Mike Woodson itch and he eventually ended up and the more we watch it seems like every episode somebody's getting finished all that's fine is it what is you know because what what sold hold on so it is Dave corn bean at the crib saying no he's not talking about me now I guess it was and I it he is widely cited nada mais I talk about me but it's funny that's all you get is going to say seriously M. as certain things let's be honest at that point time because it definitely wasn't the great basketball that the bulls are plain hi I think around the city people pretty much knew yeah one of the team yeah so I mean I understand why he's he doesn't think that that's a good idea and now there's young people watching but that doesn't actually mean it's them ominously players taken eggs is off of two ninety nine to ninety four but the the Ike as they go out to the west Berks Florentino right the deal is it's kind of funny wrestling guy great day happy with that topic well you know you know I I don't I don't think you know David Greenwood is gonna be like you know the court by his family and say I think you talk about me a rod Higgins I don't think that that was gonna be the case it's.

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"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It was twenty two years ago but I can I mean I distinctly remember it almost like it was yesterday and if you play that out a little bit I'll never forget what Bob Costas said as you know that they they I think Duggan and Isay had chimed in a little bit and they were playing the replay of the shot while the time I was still going on and Bob Costas said something to the effect I'm not quoting verbatim here but you know that very well could be the last time we ever see something like that from Michael Jordan we all knew what was building the route that ninety eight season if you are too young to remember if you're learning about it now because of the last dance it's Carmen in your company as being one thousand hope everyone's having a great day so remember we're up on twitch at ESPN one thousand Chicago you see me Carmen here in the studio high you don't see your call because he's at home or social distancing still say hi to everybody what's up you just can't wave yet when you're back in the studio everybody else your handsome face on twitch the man who was on the call back in nineteen ninety eight is on the phone with us now Bob Costas joins Carmen in your co on ESPN one thousand Bob how are you Hey guys how are you we're doing very well you know a lot of young people were were surprised to find out that it in nineteen seventy nine nineteen eighty you called bulls basketball I was a lot of but we got a lot of feedback on Twitter people sing I know Bob Costas was in town for a year you know the main thing there is not so much that I did the games it's the visual and I've learned this over the years you could recite the Gettysburg address backwards from memory but if you were wearing a bow tie well you wore glasses one day as opposed to what you usually did that seems to be what people focus on I learned that big time on I had pink guy at the Olympics in twenty fourteen and had to put up with good natured memes funny after all but also wildly crazy and totally false theories as to how I got it so I realize that you know I did a dozen Olympics or whatever it was and I hope I did some good things but a lot of people think about the thank god all may be unhappy or veins when people see what what what I looked like in nineteen seventy nine eighty and how long people war at least some people wore their hair in those days plus you know I was twenty seven years old then and I look like I was fifteen so I think it wasn't so much that I did the games are like whoa there is some what forty years ago I'm not wearing that gold WGM blazer but I guess the relevant facts the reason why it came up when they interviewed me up for this documentary is that in the years preceding the arrival of Michael Jordan the bulls were mediocre to lousy Jerry Sloan who goes on obviously has a great place in bulls history in that backboard with norm van Lier Bob log beams that were very good teams but he was the coach the young coach of the bulls during that period of time they finished way under five hundred and Johnny Curran I only did road games with the twenty of them and the bulls with three and seventeen off in those in those games and then right after that mercifully I wound up and be safe and didn't have to do any more bulls games until they were really good together Michael Jordan was there and it was the NBA on NBC in in in you made this point I think two one Sunday night in the park a portion of the interview you're doing is that not only were they bad but they're in your look artis Gilmore was certainly a terrific player artists I think it was on that team Reggie Theus was kind of young and exciting but not only were they lousy there really was no bars I mean coming off of the mid seventies teams that were maybe pretty good and I'm too young to remember this you know I was born in nineteen seventy six I really only kinda knew the bulls as being relevant with Michael but those early eighties teams there there was nobody in the building right yeah yeah it was it was flat Reggie Theus was an exciting player that Gilmore was a hall of fame player David Greenwood was a good young player of the forward spot but yeah no buts everything changed after Michael Jordan there's an understatement yeah you you sort of I mean really got to see and experience first hand the growth of the league I mean through the magic and and and Larry era but I mean it really with Michael by the time you know in the nineties with all you guys do in games doing studio shows on NBC I mean that the music like it it it's so much a part of all of our youths it's so synonymous with sort of where the NBA when I mean it really took off and you were you know you got to live through that and see it is there is there anything that you can even compare that to in in your career the kind of growth that we saw from the NBA because Michael it all started with Dr J. coming over from the AV eight that gave it a boost and some of the ABA players were stylish and exciting so that was kind of the beginning and then Larry and magic kicked it off and it wasn't just that they were great but the Celtics and Lakers had a arrival read you have to give Dick Stockton of the people of CBS recovered it credit for that but then our timing could not have been better our first year with the NBA on NBC was Michael Jordan and the bulls first championship and they beat magic and the Lakers in the final in nineteen ninety one and the broadcast team and I'm not comparing it in importance but the broadcasting that Dick Ebersol put together and as you alluded to the way those games were produced with the dramatic openings the production values were so good John catches Roundball rock which is iconic Marv Albert on the calls of many of those games Ahmad Rashad with the access that he had on the star quality that he brought to it I hope that I did my part both as a host and a narrator and then occasionally as play by play man our timing could not have been better throughout the Jordan era and then almost as soon as Michael and the bulls moved into memory that was the one season a lockout season of ninety nine with the spurs won their first title over an eight seed the next in the finals but then after that the Lakers went on their run of three straight with Shaq and Kobe and then after two thousand two NBC relinquish the rights so we never have really get down here yet at all we were really lucky with our timing but I do think that the broadcasters and and the production people make the most of the product that you're given to work with Bob the big question is ninety four ninety five Jordan never left to the bulls win eight straight quite possibly but I think a legitimate argument that takes nothing away from them is that they never had a great center yet serviceable guys for sure valuable guys for sure but they never had a great sense and those two championships were won by a team with a great center Akeem Olajuwon and B. phase in ninety four hall of fame center and Patrick Ewing and in ninety five and emerging qualified but then a young player in Chickillo Neil so could those teams are what you expect never did when Jordan was there although they came close but could it seems like that have given the bulls a different kind of challenge we'll never know Bob Costas is our guest it's Carmen and you're going to S. B. and one thousand I'm asking you to speculate here Bob but why you know why do you think Michael kind of chose to do this now like it was time to sort of revisit all of this you know you mellow with age maybe or maybe although he has nothing left to prove maybe he just wanted to remind a new generation of fans member someone twenty five years old I have the first and memory yeah of this maybe just wanted to remind a new generation of fans what he and his team were about to win championships and all that a bunch of them is one thing and no small thing but to be the cultural force that that team was you had to be around to experience it firsthand to truly understand it but even if you weren't if you watch this documentary which is so so well done by Jason herring his team at ESPN you'll get the idea even if you don't remember it first hand on those of us who do are going to be reminded of a lot of it will relive it and I think we'll find out some things that we didn't even realize what we were there you've called thousands of games across virtually every sport what do you remember about preparing for those ninety eight finals knowing that you know this was probably as they deemed it all season the last dance yep probably is the key word and that's why I said something like over the replay of the shot that won the championship in game six in Salt Lake City something like who knows what will unfold over the next several months but that may have been a last shot Michael Jordan will undertake in the NBA you know as a broadcaster in a way it's easier to follow what team all season long and we did a whole lot of bulls games every year that Michael was there during the regular season and then we did the entire series so when you're doing the entire search down Collins and Isaiah Thomas and I did the entire Eastern Conference final twenty seven games against the Pacers and then of course we did the entire six games surged against the jazz show you feel as if each previous game is preparation for the next one your organically connected to it actually make preparation easier but what I had to be mindful of more so than dog and I'd say because it was their job to offer their basketball insights and analyze the game as it unfolded it was my job in addition to calling the play by play to have a bigger picture view of it and I knew I think anybody's paying attention without that what happened that June of ninety eight wasn't just the interest the hard core sports fans a little old lady in Omaha and I've said this before we've gotten a lot of three pro from a pick and roll I wanted to watch Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls and so I knew when he buried that shot that that wouldn't just be on the cover of Sports Illustrated it'll be on the front page of The New York Times not just the Chicago Tribune and sun times The New York Times The Boston Globe the LA times because he was that much of a national and international figure it was going to be in time and Newsweek it wasn't just going to be mentioned on the nightly news broadcasts on the networks it was going to lead those broadcasts so I knew that what I said had to accomplish accomplished something larger than the mere basketball aspect of that my hope at least came close to doing that it's there's like serendipitous I mean it comes down to a moment like that it provides you the opportunity to game wasn't a blowout if if there if it's you know I mean I can you can you believe it comes down to here we go again Michael with potentially the last shot he's ever gonna take in this league to win another championship and it's so.

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"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:03 min | 2 years ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"One thousand Chicago's home for sports also documentary we just saw just two episodes of it I wanted to on ESPN and ESPN two it reminds me of being a full fan back in the day the early years before the championships leading into the Michael Jordan years all the way to the last dance so much fun with some of the last dance brought to you by course like so glad you're with us here on ESPN one thousand well we can't talk about the last dance we can't talk about the bulls if we don't talk to someone that was there from the beginning with the Chicago Bulls during that time Jordan started off through the chairmanship years man who was a reporter for the Chicago Bulls right here on HM one thousand is David Shuster and David is with us here on ESPN one thousand shoot as always I appreciate thanks for coming on the show Hey Jonathan thanks for having me and I'm not embarrassed to say that actually I pre dated Michael Jordan and we actually went back to some really awful bulls teams you know look at the start of the eighties before he finally got there and boy talk about a light switch going on once he got there it's the best time that I've ever been involved with sports I mean do you want to witness him up close and personal like I did all those years it's probably the best thing I'll ever do covering sports well if this is a pre dates you let's talk about Bob Costas how good abroad you think you would stick with because this would be a very Jackie do you think that would work back in the day actually it did work yeah you saw how sloppy some of the other reporters were included probably myself or trust you know in some of the you know after the games when they were all standing in front of Jordan black I think I thought myself for about a half a second there yet at last night's telecast though yeah yes it was not involved if you will with reporters after sure point went just great memories I'm glad that they eat it rolled all the way back to Jordan's time in college in the early years the empty stadium in Chicago stadium what what stood out most for you sure in the first couple of episodes that we saw last night well you know I I heard you talk with your producer before going to break you know in the last segment about what things sort of surprised you really too much surprised me although I got to say it was it incredibly well done both the first two episodes and I'm really looking forward to the final eight over the next four weeks the only thing that really could surprise me and maybe I should have known it even at the time was before the second game against Boston in that eighty six hearings that he and Danny Ainge went out and played golf that day not surprised that Ames beaten because ancient basically it scratch golfer but I was a little surprised that he played but when you found out all that you know going forward that Michael used to play thirty six holes on days of games at the you know the old Chicago stadium or certainly when he was on the road you would find a golf course here and there I guess it wasn't really surprising I just didn't know that he played against change the day before that sixty three point game Stephen Shuster with Jonathan hood on ESPN one thousand and the ESPN Chicago out there but we have to paint the picture and it was we've got glimpses of it in the documentary about the bulls before the before Jordan got there what do you what your memories of the old Chicago stadium before Jordan came in well pretty much like I said in last night's documentary that it was the first to say the least yeah I mean deal the old Chicago thing and boy I was almost crushed when they were the first team after all my years growing up nobody one in Chicago and then this thing with the first team to win a championship I almost was let down by that but yes they had Karl Heinz good eats them Pato Mar Hedican Willie role in off that gang so yeah I mean the when the bulls played after Chicago stadium I mean you could sit anywhere you want you can buy it you know it's the way up stairs to the second balcony but you can basically sit behind the bench it was only a couple thousand people you know to see some really bad teams to be honest with you then we started getting some players I mean David Greenwood with a decent player from UCLA and Reggie Theus from you and healthy you know Orlando Woolridge certainly could score but you could also give up points but as much as he could score Dave Corzine was there so these are some of the names and there were some really awful players along with those but then you know Michael Jordan came along and he you know he he pretty much carried some really bad teams before he finally got some good talent around them if you do have to give your across some credit for that and if you really want to see Michael Jordan at its absolute athletic prowess that go back even before you know they started winning championships and go back to some of the games in the late eighties when Michael would just fly all over the place and there wasn't a game Jonathan and you know this as well there wasn't a game that he did do something where you just set yourself all my god what did I just speak because he did that on a nightly basis he did a quarter by quarter basis to be honest with you so today we need to be able to take a look at what we're watching with a documentary entitled to the modern day because we have to be on a poll question at ESPN one thousand on Twitter does this documentary help or hurt the bulls organization for the future because it lets you around the young athletes all the time in the NBA and so everyone talks you know it's just a big family reunion when everyone comes together and there's always talk what's going on with this one is a should should I should I should I play here what's going on with tax what's going on so that that's a big I think a big talking point when it comes to the bulls can I hang my head here it's so you know all the stuff from the past how much does that affect the future for our tourists and company what is a good question but I think just a second you made mention our of our tours how do you ship that's I think that's changing the complexion of this organization going forward he has what he has a wonderful reputation and I'm not saying that because you know he's a new man on the block it happens to be true and he has a lot of cascade in the NBA from his European dates from is working in the league office from with working in the Denver Nuggets office you know he's been all over the place we've got a lot of contact if everything had stayed the same and you know it is still current packs and listen you know I'm called the John Paxson so I'm not going to get a really big on him but everything stayed the same I don't think the bold whatever get a free agent of note they've always you know they've never been like the Canadian Mountie they've never gotten their man they've always gotten the water up if you will and Carlos boozer I guess being the best of all they're free agents over all the years but they've never really gotten the man like they wanted to there's a new sheriff in town incarnation this that'll be interesting to see what you know if his cachet is able to land somebody going forward now the owner is still there but actually Jerry Reinsdorf does have a decent reputation around the league certainly with the rest of the owners certainly with the league office and he has sold out a lot of money to a lot of players over the years you know in spite of what the his reputation seemingly has been he has sold out a lot of money to a lot of players so I just think the fact that her niece of it is they are going forward I think that's gonna help dramatically so I said at the time that's it on the air that when you have always had the John Paxson interviewed exclusive interview with John Paxson every Christmas he didn't come out with you this past Christmas and I thought that that was a red flag and I said you know if he's not on the flagship with which Shuster there's something going on did you know that there might have been something going on because he never turn that down that was kind of our conduit to find out only part of the season what's going on with the bulls which is yeah we did it I I did actually the hairs on my arms if you will it started going up when I found out that you know he was sort of told he wasn't going to go on it it's supposedly was not of his coalition so you know I think maybe the decision making in this instance was taken out of his hand at least that's how it was interpreted to me this time around so yeah well I mean we all knew that something was going to happen certainly by the NBA all star game in Chicago in February everybody knew that there was going to be a change at the top to what degree we weren't a hundred percent sure and and as it turned out it's exactly what it turned out to be a incarnation his campaign he's got the keys to the Cadillac the family car going forward tax is going to move into a consulting role in John you know and you know him as well as I do he never really wanted to be front and center he was sort of forced to because gar Forman fumbled the ball if you will so you know John had to you know be front and center but more than happy to go into the background is always been a loyal soldier has always been a team player I don't know what his salary is going to be going forward but he'll still be part of the organization but you know you will be here very few and far between going forward it's just a very interesting time because and I'm going to make the parallel here listen I I we we talked earlier about the stand all back thing in Indianapolis in that's knows a few things that document I did not know and I I would guess I was too young or do not read that in the paper the time the whole stand all back in the time limits in the time restrictions on Jordan I didn't remember that I I I tied that to Joe Kim no envy del Negro Europe you will call this right I mean in Brooklyn the bulls are taking on you know taking on the bulls and there was a minister restriction because the plantar fasciitis of Joe Kim Noah and Vinny Vinny was told you know we need only have out there for a certain amount of time and Joe can just continue to play and then the police believe a tie incident and I would look at that and I looked I thought about stand all back and I thought my god this is almost the same situation it's like it's history repeating itself if it's crossed with a stopwatch in the state they were packed in the same position what a minute that's that's unbelievable to me yeah yeah it was sort of a carbon copy type thing I I wanna go back to the Jordan of minute restrictions in what is obviously his second season in the NBA and when he finally got his way the bowl called a press conference I sure was after a white Sox game if I remember it was of midnight press conference in Jerry Reinsdorf office it is old real estate office he owns bell court which is a real estate company and so it was a midnight press conference in his office up in Skokie that we all had a scanner to get out there at times and that's when they made.

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"david greenwood" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

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

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"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:44 min | 3 years ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We'll use it this year. Well, we'll use the picking some some fashion. You know, we'll we'll have to identify again. What were you know, what our priority is? I mean, you know, there's there's a lot of things you can do with that pick. I mean, if we're sitting here, and we're we're comfortable with with who chose an and maybe we're looking at lost of spots. You know, you can always draft a player, and and, you know, maybe it's an international type of guy or you know, where you don't have to bring them over right away. Or maybe trader for a future second. There's there's a lot of things you can do with it. But you know, right now today, we're, you know, we're going through the process of, you know, hey, we're, you know, we're gonna use this pick. I think a lot of depend on our roster spots situation. And how we feel about that. Right. Then on terms of what the Russian we go. So there you go. They intend to use it this year. Well, that's good. Yeah. This can can can you allow me here? This is like when people tell me Soviet, look all is not lost. Steph was drafted seventh. Klay. Thompson was drafted eleventh or twelfth whatever. Ally was in the team right going with the warriors comp you know, here that hey, well, look at the warriors the way they were built seventh eleventh or twelve and a second round pick in Draymond. And that was the core of the initial championship team. And. I don't doubt that John paxon's a hard worker would I doubt is is John Paxson given the resources that this team needs to do the job in twenty nineteen properly. Let me just give you the history of the bulls in some areas where they stopped short since the rebuild began. Okay. So you you you fire. Tom febrile? You choose not to conduct a coaching search. You don't do work. You don't bring in guys to interview who could win you over and according to cap packs sat this one out and was hands off and lead. Gar higher his buddy. Fred hoiberg. So initially to kick off the rebuild you elect not to do the work of a coaching search first draft of the rebuilt you choose. Not to pick with the thirty eighth overall pick. You choose to sell the thirty eighth overall pick to the Golden State Warriors. The warriors are the team that buys the pick. The bulls are the team that sells the pick you choose while you're going through rebuilt to be the only team in the NBA to not attend the euro basketball. Combine we're good here. They tell us we've got Duke in. Twenty nine other teams show up the warriors show up the bulls. Don't you choose to not pay the ten thousand dollars to get in you choose last year in the NBA draft. To shut her down and do make an agreement with Chandler Hutchison in the combine you forego six weeks of bringing guys in that you could scout in that you could draft instead of Hodge with that pick and you make a promise to a guy. Without doing work on who else you can pick. These are all decisions in them not going to work. You choose when you fire Fred Hoiberg. Now second time, by the way to not conduct the coaching. Search second time rebuilt starts you. Choose to not put any resources in to bring in other guys to talk to to pick their brain to learn from to find out about. And this season you choose to punt on free agency in arguably the biggest free agency year since LeBron. Dwayne Wade were free agents k D's out there. Kyrie irvings out there. Kawais out there. But instead you choose to train for Otto porter. And you punt on free agency. So tell me why when you continue to see this team give up the give up on the thirty pick for cash, they give up on coaching searches. They give up scouting guys to be drafted where hutches drafted they give up on free agency. Why should I believe? Why should any bulls fan believe why should you ever say that they could be like the warriors? If you are fortunate enough to draft a guy who at the age of eighteen shows, you one thing the level with one year of experience, and somehow some way he becomes an incredible player. If you want me to sell you hope. No. But don't you believe that those things I just listed those pretty poor? That's that's a poorly run franchise. Those are bad. They've they've turned out to be bad decisions. Or just I mean, listen, they can sit here and tell you all day that that they didn't conduct a coaching search because they knew in their hearts that their guy was in their building. Now, that's not the way. I would choose. Well, how did Fred Hoiberg turnout? Well, that's different one saying the one currently now, I mean, your last guy that you hired that you believed in you didn't do a coaching search because you believed in him. It turned out to be a failure. Why what do they say about repeating the same thing this definite while it's bound to repeat itself. It's the essence of insanity. Yeah. They did it the exact same way. Listen, you're you're asking me to argue for something that I have no enthusiasm to argue for. So look, I'm not a hater. Her. I love the bulls. I grew up going to games watching bad basketball in the seventies. With my grandfather, I watch John men gallatin David Greenwood into Orlando Woolridge before that Reggie Theus there were five thousand people, but it's where my growth in my love of the bowl started. And then, you know, quitting daily. And and then finally when they draft Jordan eighty four then the the it starts to blossom, Jordan Pippen to grant and trading for Cartwright and packs himself, and you finally get over the hump it long before the bulls were championship team. I rooted for crap teams this is not me being a hater. This is all in asking is for a team that is worth that was purchased for thirteen million dollars or whatever it was to be run like the three billion dollar team that they're worth as a fair request that I'm not a hater. I don't hate John Paxson. I don't hate car. Forming. A don't hate Brad Siegel. I don't hate Jerry Reinsdorf. I don't hate Michael Reinsdorf. But I think they've blown obvious situations that big league teams wouldn't operate in the same way they run their team. Like, they're a Ma and pop store, and this is not this is far from a mom and pop league. I fair criticism three one two three two three seven seven six. Now. Let's get into some important stuff. This is why they call me, Mr. manscaping. Believe.

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"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:33 min | 3 years ago

"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Season's over. Over now. The Super Bowl again. You might. She MRs football this. I was just saying. Really? Football league. Come up with that. Or did someone else have that fire football? That's really good foul. The fire football league. There you go. Really good. I think we all feel that way. Every now, and then I will accident like I'll go to the NFL network, right? Because there's a big ten network game on and I'm looking to see where northwestern is there something like that? And instead of going to fifty five on my Comcast. I go to fifty four an accident because I'm so used to go onto to fifty four during football season. You see that sad thing. We're done for basically the closed for the year signed is that the is that the red zone channel. Or is it the red zone fifty? Yeah. So now. Yeah, not the NFL network the red zone channel. God. Football. No more. No more Scotty Hansen until next year. Fiat. I'm the direct TV guys. You you get silly. Yeah. You stand for seven hours. So it's fun following his tweets during games and all that stuff too. So, Freddie, we have a big weekend for both of our winter sports teams, the hawks there slim playoff hopes, I think it's about five or six percent right now, they did beat Anaheim. They remain on the west coast. They play Saturday three o'clock game against the kings. And then they play Sunday at San Jose Sunday night. How about Patrick Kane? I mean think about forty goal canes the guy that you know, there was a time where people said people knew more about hockey much worry about hockey than me. He's too small. They got to move this guy. He's never going to be. He's never going to be a star. And look what this guy's been doing your. Years ago and debrincat, it's another guy. A small guy. I re wrote a number down to bring four Blackhawks with thirty five goals with a thirty five goals season at twenty one years of age or younger. I mean, come on what these guys are doing if they. Get some defense. Lord of so many goals is crazy. It was nice win. The other day they were worried after they lost. And and hit the road in the west coast. But getting a four three win and Anaheim was big in. Now, we'll see what happens next couple of days. I'm gonna try and stay a composed tonight. It's a big bull's weekend. And the reason is the bowl still hold a four-game lead for the fourth spot right in the lottery positioning because it's not a, you know, you get fourteen percent of a chance to get the number one overall pick. If you're in the top three after the bottom three you would say. Watch tank that it's the top three. This is one. Yeah. Go to Tang Qatada scenarios painted out shows you where everybody is then it's twelve point five percent for the fourth place team. Then it's worth a worse for the fifth place team. And you don't wanna fall the five. And then the worst part about it is the fourth place team could fall further than the top three. And then if you're you could fall another spot, so they're just numerous possibilities here. And you wanna get the highest percentage they played the Atlanta. Hawks twice this got back to back while Canada back to back Friday Sunday. So it's a home in home there in Atlanta tonight game starts in about forty minutes from right now, a John Collins. They're young big is not playing tonight. There's some speculation that maybe Atlanta's sitting in because they they would not be upset if they lost to the balls, and if they sort of got the positioning where they could get four and maybe the balls pass them. I also read today on ESPN dot com where they did sort of the analytical work, and what it means where your team is for the sweepstakes. And I believe the bulls have like the twentieth or twenty second hardest schedule which is so it's one of the easiest schedule the rest of the year and the hawks schedule is like fourth or fifth hardest. These two games are big where if if the bulls do beat Atlanta twice, and then it's within two. And then you've got Atlanta playing the tougher schedule. The rest of the way, maybe anything is possible. But some people don't care about it people like me you want to get the best odds for the best thing. And that would be. Adding Zion or transformational player R J Berry's pretty damn good. He's good too. I watch Syracuse game. And he was just unbelievable in that game. He was he was so good. And so, but you look at it it's tough because after every like four it's not a guy says like you could always find guys Donovan Mitchell. What was he was a thirteenth overall pick? Right. Where was Janas drafted there? If you scout urine. Find in the bulls haven't been a bad drafting team they've had bad drafts. Yeah. A lot of teams have. But I just want you have maybe another really significant guy that you look back on that you can get you know, the year that LeBron was out and Carmelo came out. And Dwayne Wade came out the bulls got Kirk Hinrich. Do you know what I'm saying? And that was the only trauma Catherine Kirk well because he's yeah. The other three in the three three other guys were superstar players in Malaysia. And that in the balls the famous story is is that packs identified. Dwayne Wade is being a stud, and he just would not. He would not trade Donyell Marshall and it allowed Miami to get him. And the bulls could have gotten him. So the bulls draft has been bad. You know, all the way since I was a coin toss or something they lost. And then, you know, Magic Johnson went one place. We yeah, we David Greenwood I'm UCLA number two in the nineteen Seventy-nine draft. Yeah. But if they got magic they never would have gotten Michael in eighty four. Right. So I mean the bulls headlock because Sam mbui going number two walkie getting Garrick rose yet number one point three percent chance or something. Like that. That was lucky, you know, they're winning these two games, though, the balls. Yeah. They've won four and a five, and so, you know, they're playing well. So you got. And you back for more. No, I'm not playing the bulls. Moneyline I just know that like I just know that the bulls lock is. Of course, of course, John Collins has an injury or illness. And he's going to be out. You know like you had to tell is gonna get that injury. On Sunday example, you had to tell what they're gonna do is they're going to tell tray on the wrong time, the plane leaves, and he's just gonna conveniently missed and speaking of the plane, John Collins should should still be embarrassed. For the the thing he tried to do with the slam dunk contest. He was the guy that try to jump over the airplane to ski. Once he once he went up, and he kicked the plate in a half the wing, and what the front part, he should've just said I concede Dallas bad because that's what I turned it. Yeah. I know this year. I do not watch my point my dad got sick. But so he had a goof hours jump over to play a paper plane out there with these guys dresses to ski year men was terrible. I told you the way to watch the slam dunk competition is on Twitter and on Highland. Right. Right. You know, if you invest the time to let it play out the three point shot was great though, I enjoyed every minute of that. Because three point shooting is is. The whole thing doesn't take there's the pace of play issue with the dunk contest. Not good. Yeah. So blackened of Donald back for more than I. They can't get away from each other each knew what what else well friend, you and nervion Murph tomorrow morning and then blackened gala on Sunday morning, followed by me. So we got all kinds of stuff this. Yeah. Nice. You and Murph start at nine tomorrow. So whenever I run my Aaron's. I've got AM one thousand nine ESPN one thousand all about Louis, Robert. And then he'll talk we'll Berthel talking about Tyler chat with is. He excited you think I don't is he ranting about what's he ranting about these days. The come now Tyler chat, would I tell you that? It's certainly not Tyler challenge. So we're live and local had seven with a crisp black and Adam Abdala coming up in the post game. It's the interview with Kris Bryant we had today. Really good stuff with k b if you're just getting into your car, again, someone tweeted me, and they just said it it sounds like a different Chris Brian more open more candid, maybe a little more to screen hopefully has ended the plate to. Yeah. Barstool big cat. Thank you, damn usually Thursdays at four. He joined us today and Louis Riddick who not only through his hat in the ring for the Monday night football booth. He said he'll be as good as Romo now. I really wanna hear him. Yes. So great stuff. Thank you to Erica, Strauss. Key in for now. Today, an atom of Dallas who you'll hear at seven o'clock, Brad. Thanks for filling in for Waddell. He'll be back with stories from Mexico. I'm sure that's Monday for fraud. I'm selvi. It's ESPN one thousand have yourself a.

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"david greenwood" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And then we'll figure out how to do the rest. You know, I'm told that a Texas Tech. He was so maniacally concerned with coaching the quarterbacks and having a powerful explosive offense that he really was not a very good recruiter. And he was not very interested or concerned with the defensive side of the ball at all. So you know, we'll see what happens. I mean. I look at it and say, okay, you tell me right now who's cliff kings, very get for his defensive coordinator who disclose Kingsbury get to fill out his staff who does he have out there who and and I it's just it's weird. It's just it's weird to hire a guy who is so so into the offensive side. And look I seem to be. The only person today who's I'm kinda tilting at windmills. I here's a guy takes the job. One month ago with two weeks left is an signing period. I believe I believe he started his job at USC on December fourth signing day was around the eighteen so whatever it was around two weeks, and he was instrumental in USC, obviously say, hey, look, we got the guy who coached who coach Mahomes, you know, who has who had a hand in Baker Mayfield. And we got we got this. This savant of quarterbacks is an offensive genius. I have no idea if a soul who they recruited said, oh my God. I'm gonna go there get tutored by Kingsbury. And now, it's two weeks later, and all of a sudden you look on the internet, and they said, hey, our grooms gone what happened? And now you're again, it's silly say you're stuck at USC. But and that is the business, I guess, but I do not like it at all Peter. What are your thoughts on the Packers? Hiring of Matlock floor. Surprised you know, and I've I've only had one I had two conversations but only one of any substance in my life. So I don't really know. Matt leflore very well. He's not personality wise, he is not he's not Sean McVeigh. He's not bubbly and effervescent not an after dinner speaker. But he's a he's a bright guy. Probably not as. Bold and innovative. But I've got some admiration for what he did with the with the titans this year in that. Clearly, I don't think he would've wanted necessarily play the kinda offense. He did. But Mario was both not healthy. All eat also part of the year. And also Mario to even when he's been healthy. He's he's he's he's kinda like Trubisky and that he does some things that you really like. And then there three quarters of a game. Where you were you were you say man, hey, can we get something going here? So I don't I don't know really. Whether Mario is going to be the long term answer. I think you've gotta probably sign them and and give them one more contract. But I don't know. He's like Jameis Winston. I was surprised that that there's now still so much support for Jameis Winston Tampa. You know after being as as on a yoyo as he been as he's been over the last four years, but but I do think I do think that this is a reaction to saying we might have a best quarterback in the sports for the next four or five years, and we're going to do everything we can to give him a support system with an imaginative coach who's gonna light his fire more than Mike McCarthy. Shefty's also reporting that Bruce Arians is going to be the next head coach of the Tampa Bay box. So, you know, this is all about this is all about James Winston. They want the bad cop. Now they've had the good cop mostly with with your car, although he can have a rough edge at times. But now they want the bad cop to come in. And they want they want Winston to go to the principal's office and for areas to say to him. Listen, just just tears that just hear hear me out here. You know, if you don't do what I want you to do I'm playing whoever the backup is Ryan Fitzpatrick, whoever wherever you bring in. I'm playing that guy and Arians will tell him that areas will not stand for the same mistakes being made over and over again. This is a guy who you know, his last his last two quarterbacks that he coach at links where Andrew luck. And Carson Palmer, and you can put on a tape of any of those guys, and they don't do dumb things. They don't for the most part. They don't make. Dumb throws. What James Winston is a good quarterback potentially? But he was making a lot of the same mistakes in year four that he made year one at throws Carter crazy. And I think this is this is a chance might be only a two year chance this chance to salvage and get Janus. Winston to be a very good player. That's how I look at this situation. And you know, if the tea leaves if it looks like what the tea leaves? He can get Todd Bowles to come and be as defensive coordinator, what an incredible move that would be because Todd Bowles in Arizona, did some really imaginative things he may in mass you and and Tony Jefferson, basically, be linebackers. Just the way that that that the chargers the other day brought safeties down in the box and play these guys down low. And so the way I look at this. Honestly is that this is almost a twofer. Because you're getting a really good defensive coordinator along with Bruce Arians. I you know for the next couple of years. I think it's a smart idea and a good chance that they're taking. I don't know if it's going to work, but I see their logic. And I can I can I can see it. Do you believe that? It's a for sure thing that bulls goes again with areas because we were hoping that if Vic Fangio. Got the Denver job the connection between Matt Nagy and bowl would be a good replacement here. I don't know the I don't know the answer. I've I've heard that. I think that Aryans thinks he can get both. Okay. But and so when you you know, you guys probably know this when you go, and you have you ever conversation. Like, let's say it's the end of the football season last year. It's right about almost exactly three hundred sixty five days ago, maybe three hundred sixty seven days ago on year, go to bed. Was one year ago today? All right. So what Ryan pace is sitting there. And he's you know after this horrible game for for Kansas City where they lose to Tennessee in the playoffs. And he's sitting there at eight o'clock in the morning. I mean, one of the first things he wants to know, his let's talk about your staff. Let's see who you'd want. And and I'm sure that one of the things that that that Ryan pace liked is that he was going to be open to new ideas and new guys on his staff. That's why he was open to talking to Fangio and why it ended up working out. It's obviously the one of the strangest hires or one of the strangest hiring processes was basically how you know he and and Markelle Fritsch had sorta there a shotgun wedding. You know, and they 'cause they didn't really know each other until that weekend. So I, you know, I think that plus, you know, whether they get bowls or not I'm just gonna say this. This year proved one thing a lot of people are gonna wanna work with matinee. Okay. That team is going to be good for a while. And everybody who's seen Matt Nagy and action says now that's the guy it'd be good to work with easy human being who's really smart. And I mean, if I'm if I'm on the market, and I'm a defensive coach, I definitely would want to talk to him. Peter great stuff as always we always. Appreciate your time. Thank you. Thanks. Peter. Sounds good fellas. Evergreen week there's Peter King. He's got the feature to coming up. I'm a home this weekend. I believe it's going to air what Saturday night. Yeah. Did you see I saw some of the teaser. He did he recreated on the first tank the no look pass. And the no look pass hit the garbage can that. He was aiming for really look like thirty yards downfield or whatever it was. So. Yeah. So while we were talking to Peter we told you already cliff Kingsbury is finalising the deal with the cardinals. And the now it looks like Bruce Arians is back in the game. He's not a great broadcaster. That's for sure. He's a low talker. You thought he was wanting Tampa. But I I in his five years is the head coach of the cardinals who was forty nine thirty and one for a six nineteen winning percentage. She had one losing season in two thousand and sixteen where he went seven eight and one is final year there. He was eight Nate. But he had three double digit winning seasons. Wasn't. He a two-time coach of the year. I think because he won coach of the year with the colts when he filled in. Yes. Yeah. Nine three with the colts when he filled in for twelve weeks as the interim head coach as we know in bears history was the mishap. Of philanthropy. He was the reigning coach. How often we've always said this? How often do you have the chance to hire the reigning coach of the year? It's never because the coach of the year is usually always going to be, you know, under contract or resigned, if he's not, but these circumstance Chuck Pagano got sick. He took over and he was named coach of the year. So now, he's he's sort of validate that he can be a head coach. And he's a finalist him entrust meant for the bears job. Phil Emery chose Mark Trestman. But an ultimate lead us to Matt Nagy. Hey. Gene winding road. Let me give you a history. History answer. Okay. I always win them as a kid was told. So they did, you know back in seventy nine the bulls were this close to getting Magic Johnson. They lost. The coin flip with the Lakers to get Magic Johnson. They ended up with David Greenwood. But if they would have got Magic Johnson, they never would have gotten Michael Jordan five years later. So you just made the connection between matinee okay, maybe. Michael, jordan. Okay. I listen definitely could develop wouldn't rule it out. Wait, look, if we if we look at one year ago today when we knew nothing about Matt Nagy other than he was the offensive coordinator of the team that just blew an eighteen point lead got away from the run. We'd say has a pretty successful. Yeah. Absolutely. Would have liked him to be a little bit more aggressive with his game plan. Play calling. I two and a half quarters the game. But I you know, what I'm not. I'm not looking to replace him for sure that's that's that's conversation for a long long long time from now, we have would you rather coming up in about ten minutes Email as your would you rather questions or make it on Twitter right now, hashtag, it w would you rather? Rockies valpo rocky. You're on ESPN. Gentlemen. Are we doing today? 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