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With Milk Sales Up, Dairy Industry Revives Iconic Got Milk Campaign
"From, wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday August twenty seventh something strange happened over the last few months we started drinking milk again think it might have had anything to do with pandemic for the last several years. It's felt like the dairy industry been singing swan songs milk sales fell thirteen percent from twenty ten to twenty eighteen according to CNN I one dairy. Then another collapsed under the weight of competition from plant based drinks soy almond, coconut, banana, Oat flax all. Those plants were out to get poor daisy the cow the dairy industry was so freaked out that it launched a pilot lawsuits against makers of those plant based drinks trying to forbid them from using the very word milk. You can't squeeze milk out of another grain they said but for the moment, at least dairy farmers are experiencing a bit of relief with. So many of us eating more meals at home, we're guzzling the white stuff again, it's long been true that milk drinkers tend to drink milk. Not at restaurants. So lockdowns have in fact, helped the dairy business cow's milk sales rose about twelve percent over last year for the twenty weeks ending. July eighteenth CNN reported your kid and mind mindlessly grabbing a swig from the carton added up to four and a half billion dollars in sales this spring, and that has spurred the dairy industry to revive an iconic ad campaign. Remember got milk. Vast company called it one of the most famous ad campaigns in history that campaign was launched in Nineteen ninety-three, its message, whatever you do don't run out of milk over time three hundred celebrities including Britney Spears Dennis Rodman Bill Clinton, and the simpsons all appeared sporting those milk mustaches. The ads became enormously popular by the end of the campaigns run in two thousand, fourteen, ninety percent of all adults were familiar with got milk to Huffington Post Contributor Gene Delvecchio but there was one a little problem. The ads didn't actually work over that same time milk sales declined steadily soda consumption bubbled over guess what those Soda Lovers used to drink you got it delvecchio a former AD industry executive argues the got milk ads were like bringing peace shooters to a gunfight, the gunfight being Pepsi and Coke Monster Marketing Budgets while the to soda makers battled each other milk lost but the dairy industry apparently believes their campaign was effective embracing Estonia the industry's marketing arm milk. PAP has revived the got milk campaign today's ads bear little resemblance to the Owens though. Sure there's still some celebrities Olympic gold medal swimmer Katie decades, viral tiktok video showing her perfectly balanced a glass of milk on her head while swimming a lap. That's certainly a turned heads but the bulk of today's campaign features, regular folks and a ton of user generated content milk drinkers were urged to do silly things with milk and boy did they respond people open gallons of milk with their toes jumped into kiddie pools filled with milk and cereal according to the trade paper? Agra. News will this generation's got milk ads do anything to keep the cow's milk train going if the wildly popular ad campaign of your didn't work well. Be Hard pressed to say that this one is a better peashooter. The dairy industry itself is making predictions. They say they're simply celebrating the quarantine induced sales boost. What is true however is that the competition from those plant based rivals is only getting. Over the same twenty weeks that saw a twelve percent rise in dairy milk sales oat milk sales went through the roof up two, hundred, fifty percent. Of course, oat milk sales are still tiny compared to cow's milk. They totalled only one, hundred, thirty, five, million dollars, but other signs point to the continued aggressive challenge from those gentle plant based alternatives. Oatley the. Leading oat milk maker recently attracted two hundred million dollars in investment funding from blackstone and Oprah it hopes to go public next year according to Forbes, and on Monday good Karma, a maker of flax milk bought itself back from bankrupt dean. Foods investors are Thurston lapping up all of these cream alternatives and no matter how beloved the Got Milk Gad's once were. All this competition puts a whole lot of pressure on twenty twenties version of the same campaign.
"dennis rodman" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"Defensive playoff performance of his career. On, June, thirteenth, nineteen, eighty, nine in Inglewood California. The Pistons, and the Lakers played game for the Pistons were looking to finish the series quickly while the Lakers just wanted to win a single game and stay alive. LA started the game strong, and had a seven point lead coming into halftime, but the Detroit offense surged in the second half, cutting the lead to one point by the end of the third quarter despite his injury Rodman, steele played tough defense when he could. It was thanks to his efforts that the Lakers were shut down in the final quarter. The Pistons ended up outscoring the Lakers by ten points ceiling their finals victory. After two years of bitter heartbreak at the end of the season Rodman had finally achieved the victory that he desperately wanted he was proud of what he the team and the coach had accomplished, but there was still one thing he needed to do. He needed to prove that he could be a star in his own right during the off season, Rodman obsessively worked on his rebounding abilities, hoping to earn a starting position on the team. The Pistons rewarded his efforts by releasing small forward Rick. Mahorn and opening up a starting spot, twenty eight year, old Rodman, more than lived up to expectations in the nineteen eighty nine season, the defense became the best in the league with the fewest points allowed, and Rodman was honored at mid season with an all star selection. After winning fifty nine games again, the Pistons made it to the Eastern. Conference finals. They faced the Chicago Bulls who by this time had more than a little grudge against the bad boys of Detroit. Michael Jordan was tired of being beaten by the Pistons, and even more tired of their physical style play led by Rodman. He complained to the media about the Pistons arguing they didn't play the game the right way. The media seemed to agree frustrating. Rodman, the Pistons may not have played the right way, but they played the winning way. Rodman was once again a standout in a tough fought series that went all the way to game seven. The Pistons dispatched the Bulls with a definitive nineteen point victory in the final game and headed to a third straight NBA finals. They won the series against the Portland Trailblazers after only four games securing back to back NBA Championships. After the regular season Dennis Rodman was named the NBA Defensive Player of the year at the banquet in his honour Rodman broke down as he addressed the media with tears in his eyes. He admitted just how badly he'd wanted to win the award. He'd done it after a childhood filled with anxiety and self doubt, but several false starts. Rodman hadn't made it to the top. He'd earned the attention validation that he'd always wanted. Along the way he turned himself into one of the biggest stars in American professional sports as Rodman. Success in the League reached, its zenith sewed his own celebrity. The increased scrutiny event, his emotional vulnerability would-be on full display to the world. But. It meant that Rodman would soon discover the dark side of fame and the ways it could destroy the life. He'd worked so hard to build. Thanks again for listening to sports. Criminals will be back next week with part. Two of Dennis Rodman, story will cover how Rodman struggled with fame and failure later in his NBA career, and how he lashed out in dangerous ways you can find all episodes of sports, criminals, and all other podcasts originals for free on spotify, not only to spotify already have all your favorite music, but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast. Originals like sports criminals for free from your phone, desktop or smart speaker to stream sports, criminals on spotify just open the APP and type sports criminals in the search bar will next time. Sports criminals was created by Max. Cutler is a park has studios original it is. Produced by Max Cutler Sound Design by Michael. With production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carleen Madden and Aaron Larson this episode of Sports Criminals was written by Ryan, Lee with writing assistance by Abigail Cannon and stars Tim Johnson and Carter Roy. Hey there. It's Tim again. Just reminding you to check out the podcast original cults, it explores the background and psychology behind the most manipulative and murderous groups in history they go in depth on what you've heard of like the branch Davidians, the Peoples Temple and Heaven's Gate plus they cover a variety of cults that you may not have heard of subscribe to colts, free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts..
"dennis rodman" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"When we come back Dennis Rodman takes center stage as the Detroit Pistons make a run for the championship now back to the story. It had been a rocky journey, but by Nineteen eighty-eight twenty-six-year-old Dennis Rodman was one of the NBA's most promising rising stars after being drafted by the Detroit Pistons, two years earlier, Rodman had steadily improved, and had finally earned a starting position as the team's small forward on February ninth. Rodman took the court against Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls for his first game. The Pistons Regular Starter and he did not disappoint. That night Rodman collected ten rebounds scored fifteen points, made two blocks and manage to hold Michael Jordan to just twenty points. The Pistons One, Eighty, nine, seventy four. With Rodman established at small forward. The Pistons went on a tear winning twenty of their next twenty five games. The team easily took first place in the Central Division. It was their first division title since moving to Detroit Rodman's confidence in his abilities increased with every game, he learned view himself not as a scorer, but as a defender whom opponents even stars like Jordan and bird dreaded facing the rest of the team soon adopted Rodman's philosophy. They embraced a physical border line. Dirty style of defending. That earned them the nickname, the bad boys. Rodman's childhood nickname of worm was revived by fans who transformed it? It from a mean spirited tease into an acknowledgement of his skill, he was no longer the worm, because he wriggled nervously while playing pinball now he was the worm, because he always stubbornly stuck to the man, he defended the former starting small forward Adrian Dantley returned for the end of the season after recovering from Ankle Surgery Rodman continued to make his presence felt during the play offs stunning, the crowd with twenty three point performance in game, four of the first round against the Washington bullets the Pistons beat the bullets in five games, then defeated Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in the second round. They advanced to the Eastern Conference finals where they faced off with an old rival Larry Bird and the Boston Celtics. After their loss to the Celtics, the previous season Dennis Rodman had two words on his mind the entire year be Boston. The controversy around his past statements about bird had been a distraction during the offseason. Now he wanted nothing more than to beat the Celtics and prove himself in the eyes of the fans driven by a strong defense. Rodman, and his team held bird to fewer than twenty points a game during the series. When the Buzzer rang at the end of game six, the Pistons celebrated in front of their home crowd. They had gotten revenge on bird. The Pistons were headed to Detroit's first-ever NBA finals. But the fight wasn't over yet. The Pistons still had to face the reigning champion Los Angeles Lakers led by Magic Johnson and Kareem abdul-jabbar. The Pistons won the first game in Los Angeles shocking the Lakers with a twelve point victory after dropping the next two games, the Pistons came back to win Games, four and five, taking a three two series lead, they were one game away from securing the championship for the Lakers managed to claw their way back and win game six by a single point pushing the series to a winner. Take all game seven Rodman played well in game seven scoring fifteen points with five rebounds, two steals with the Lakers remains stubbornly ahead. Then in the final minute down by three Rodman found himself alone with the ball just inside the three point line. The Lakers didn't believe he could really score from that distance. They say like Rodman's coaches believed he was a rebounder, not a shooter. They didn't even bother defending him. They let him take the shot. And he missed. The Lakers got the rebound clinching the victory and the championship. Once again. Rodman had led a chance at greatness. Slip through his fingers. By the time the next season began in November one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, twenty, seven year old Rodman was still bitter about the finals loss and his mistakes in the last game, he focused even further on becoming a defense, only player averaging fewer shots per game than he did the previous season he was no longer technically a starter with the more offense-minded Adrian Dantley holding down the position. But Rodman's strong defense earned him more and more playing time at Hanley's expense much to the veteran's frustration, the discrepancy led to conflicts in the locker room as Dantley led his grievances be known after forty two games. The Pistons Traded Dantley to the Dallas Mavericks. The door was open once again for Dennis Rodman Rodman, and his bad boys improved on the previous year, notching the best record in the NBA. They earn sixty three wins and secured another first place finish in their division. The. Pistons went into the playoffs favorites for the first time in Rodman short career. They lived up to the expectations by sweeping their old foes. The Boston Celtics in the first round in the second round. They demolished the Milwaukee Bucks. When the Eastern Conference finals came around, they once again faced. The Chicago Bulls led by Michael Jordan. After splitting the first two games Jordan stunned the Pistons with dominant game, three performance, scoring forty six points and giving the Bulls two one series lead. Before game four point guard, Isiah Thomas Coach. Chuck Daly came up with a new strategy which they called the Jordan rules anytime. Jordan had the ball they double teamed him preferably knocking him to the ground. Every time it was a controversial tactic, one that many basketball fans and reporters criticized. The complaints angered Rodman, who felt people were showing favoritism towards Jordan. Star player fueled by that Anger Rodman threw himself into the team's new strategy. He held Jordan only twenty three points a game for the rest of the series on top of shutting down, Jordan Rodman averaged thirteen rebounds a game in game six. He snagged fifteen rebounds, leading to a decisive victory that sent the Pistons to the NBA Finals once again. For Dennis Rodman everything hung on the nineteen eighty nine finals. It was yet another rematch this time against the Los Angeles Lakers. Fortunately for the Pistons, they weren't facing the same championship team that had beaten them in nineteen ninety eight. To work their star players, Magic Johnson and Byron Scott suffered injuries early in the series on the other hand Rodman wasn't entirely healthy. Either he suffered from severe back spasms after the tough series against, Chicago, and the coaches kept his playing time relatively low to keep him healthy, even with reduced playing time in a bad back. Rodman led the team in rebounds. The Pistons easily dominated the Lakers in the first three games. Rodman delivered a standout performance in the third match, scoring twelve points and grabbing nineteen total rebounds. It was the best.
"dennis rodman" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"Buy, but there was one significant upside to his growth spurt. He was no longer too small to play basketball. At Nineteen Dennis. Rodman returned to the basketball court. He played at his local recreation center and instantly became the best player on any team. A family friend recommended him to the assistant coach at Cook County Junior College in Gainesville Texas. The coach knew of Rodman through his sisters, but was well aware that Rodman hadn't played in high school. He wasn't interested until he heard that Rodman was now six foot eight. The coach invited Rodman to a tryout. Only fifteen minutes in the junior college coaches pulled Rodman aside and offered him a scholarship just like that Dennis Rodman had direction in life. In, late nineteen, eighty, two at twenty years old Rodman began attending junior college when he stepped on the court that fall. It was the first time he'd ever played organized sports. His skills were still unrefined. His shooting was questionable and he was hopeless at the free throw line, but he still managed to put up good numbers on the court. During his first few months, Rodman averaged seventeen points and thirteen rebounds a game while playing solid defense, his coaches saw a determined player who worked hard and put in the hours to become great. Unfortunately he didn't apply the same work. Ethic to his academics. Andy flunked out after just one semester. Was One step forward two steps back. Rodman returned home more dispirited than ever. Other college coaches tried to reach out and recruit him. But. He decided that he had no interest in going back to school. He swiftly regressed into his old habits, hanging out with old friends, and occasionally committing acts of petty theft. His mother worried that if she didn't do something, Rodman, would never make anything of his life. Luckily word about Rodman basketball skills had spread by happenstance lawn replacement, a coach from southeastern Oklahoma State University had seen Rodman play during his brief stint at Cook College and decided to give him another chance lawn race. Men was so interested that he didn't just call Rodman. He showed up to Rodman's house in Dallas and asked if he could drive him to the school's campus in Oklahoma that same day. Rodman was impressed. That replacement had driven out to meet him personally he agreed to hear the coach out and reconsider his decision to stay out of school on the long ride to Oklahoma. Rodman bonded with respect. The coach sold him on the schools. Small quaint feel far from the urban sprawl of Dallas more importantly, replacement encouraged Rodman more than anyone else ever had. He told Rodman without any doubt that he had the potential to make it all the way to the NBA. In the end Rodman was completely won over that same day. He committed to attend southeastern Oklahoma State University. He was ready to give college and his dreams of life in basketball one last chance. When we come back. Dennis Rodman gets a second chance to be great. High listeners. If you're fascinated by the mysterious and manipulative side of true crime, you will love. The stories told a podcast original series cults, every Tuesday step inside the minds of those who lead and followed the most controversial radical, sometimes deadly organizations history. Go beyond the headlines and discover the foundation behind notorious cults like Jim Jones People's Temple. The Raj Niche Movement Heaven's Gate and more. Each episode of Colts is full of illuminating details of their improbable origins and sinister intentions, but not all colts from decades past. Be sure to catch the special four part series on Nexium a modern, Day pyramid scheme turned sex trafficking called. Doomsday. Predictions, religious beliefs, extraterrestrial orders find out what really happens inside cult subscribe to colts, free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcast. Now back to the story. In the summer of Nineteen eighty-three, twenty two year old Dennis, Rodman took a second shot at a basketball career by enrolling at southeastern Oklahoma. State University before the school year started. Rodman's coaches set him up with a job as a counselor at a youth camp to give him some extra spending money during the five day basketball Camp Rodman bonded with one of the children. A twelve year old named burned rich. Rich was going through an extremely difficult period in his life when he accidentally shot and killed his best friend while quail hunting. Despite. Their Different Ages and backgrounds Rodman was a kindred spirit. He could understand and empathize with what rich was going through. The two became fast friends. Rodman grew close with the rich family, even staying at their farm for the last three weeks of the summer, his friendship with rich helped the boy recover from the tragedy life on the farm, meanwhile offered Rodman the structure in support of parental guidance. He was lacking in Dallas. The family also helped him deal with some of the less savory aspects of living in rural Oklahoma like the racism. He often faced from locals when the semester started. Rodman threw himself wholeheartedly into basketball. His coaches recognize that Rodman was hard working and took direction well in his very first game for the southeastern Oklahoma. Savages Rodman impressed them further. He ended up scoring twenty four points and grabbing nineteen rebounds. He made sure to bring burn rich along with him, insisting that he ride on the team bus after games, the coaches eventually named rich. The teams waterboy. By midseason twenty one year old Dennis Rodman was the star of the savage is basketball team. Twenty six points and twelve rebounds, a game and putting the entire southeastern Oklahoma basketball program on the map, the team finished with a shocking twenty and ten record, including a playoff, upset victory against the top seeded team in the tournament, Southwestern Oklahoma state for his efforts. Rodman was named a first team all American on campus, and in the town of durant. He became a celebrity. Some of the locals who at once. They show epithets at him on the street renou asking for his autograph. Not all of them. Though the demeaning comments, slurs became even worse after Rodman began dating a white woman the summer after his freshman year as his college career went on, Rodman felt a constant tension between the militias racism. He faced in Oklahoma and the praise. He achieved through basketball, perhaps to help deal with the difficulties caused by the former Rodman fully embraced his celebrity in the end he enjoyed it a little too much and became entitled. He took advantage of his relationship with a rich family and stole jewelry from them. He even forged checks in their name. When they realized what had happened, the riches kicked Rodman off their farm. Back defending himself in rural Oklahoma Rodman felt lost and is located. Luckily, it didn't last long after two weeks at his son's behest, pat rich decided to give Rodman a second chance. Once again Rodman redeemed himself the second time around. By nineteen, eighty, six twenty five year old Dennis, Rodman was tracking the attention of NBA Scouts. But, despite his impressive stats as a collegiate player, NBA.
"dennis rodman" Discussed on Hall of Shame
"So just a recap, Dennis, Rodman and Kim Jong on collision course towards an unlikely, but perhaps faded. Little historical context on February twelve, two, thousand, thirteen North Korea announced it had successfully conducted its third underground nuclear weapons tests in defiance of international bands. Should say pick. The success of this test was a signal that the country was one step closer to developing a nuclear warhead that could reach far California so i. tell you this to just set the stage tensions between North Korea and the US were at an all time high, but that same year Kim Jong Decides to end his streak of not meeting with any Americans all in the service of basketball so that's. That's the temperature going into the two thousand thirteen vice media trip to North Korea with three members of the Harlem globetrotters and our Dude Dennis Rodman, but instead of having me tell you about it today. We have the person who was actually there. A firsthand witness to Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong UN's meet Q. Former vice correspondent. Ryan Duffy love this High Ryan. Thanks for joining us today. So can you give our listeners? Of that trip sure. So. It was early twenty thirteen. I was working advice at the time and we had just. Almost completed our first season of our big HBO show, which was kind of a big moment for the for the company. And at the onset of that show, we had kind of lay down some some parameters for people coming up with ideas. That thinker, probably pretty similar to what a lot of people do is. Come up with a couple kind of pretty simple ideas that we could go and shoot tomorrow. Come up with a bunch of ideas in the middle of the meat and potatoes ideas that we can research develop, and hopefully get most of them half of them whatever and then come up with you know two to three moon shots right? Read these things that like dreamworld. We would take axing. Go to Y, X., Y. or probably both unattainable. Take Chicago Bull and go to North Korea. Pretty squarely jobs, and the basic idea was that Kim Jong had just come into power unexpectedly at that time. If you can put yourself back there I mean. He still is leader of the hermit kingdom, a bit of an unknown quantity right? He's he's. He's he's quite mysterious. People have a hard time even pinning down reels basic by graphical information. How old is Ray i? The one thing we were just talking about what we think. His skin looks absolutely flawless in this documentary like we can't. We can't figure that out either. Skinned clawless his hands. Shook the man's hand. So often, self was not a lot of hard labor involved in his. Like these. They were pretty easy. Possibly a very expensive skin care regimen quite possibly. Our hands are probably way way rapper. This man. But anyway to bring it home..
"dennis rodman" Discussed on Hall of Shame
"Well the similar is between you and Kim Jong and only grow stronger because he was also apparently a big trash talker like you and is hero. Michael Jordan. A friend said he was super competitive. He said quote for him. Basketball was everything I think we're getting that. Pock on who we assume Kim. UN showed several friends of photo where he was standing next to Tony. Coup, Coup. Coach of the bowls and Kobe Bryant of the Los. Angeles lingers how that picture came about who know how strict who could know what a life! What a life! What a mystery feeling like I know nothing about this man I know, and then in two thousand, and just as mysteriously as he arrived pock on left the school that I will not try in pronounce again. Stein Herzlich so Rachel. Let some are to be F fs here. There's Dennis Rodman are flamboyant rule breaking bad boy and there's Kim Jong on our enigmatic western, loving rich kit focused winker. Both with the profound connection to basketball. Maybe it actually makes perfect sense I didn't listen to Paula Abdul not to learn that opposites attract especially when they have a deeply shared interests like basketball. Okay so now fast forward to two thousand thirteen, where Kim Jong-un as supreme leader, has reportedly had no direct engagements with any American citizens that.
"dennis rodman" Discussed on Hall of Shame
"By wearing a wedding dress, and announcing he was bisexual and intended himself. Virgil. Goode married. That everything except the bride. I just washed Dennis Rodman documentary, and it was so good, but didn't he like ride carriage horse drawn carriage like to Times Square and like yes. Of people came out and watched him. What gets wild and for contacts? This was the you're. The Bulls won the NBA title, so he was doing this at the height of his career. It's not like after the fact. He's being Dennis at all times. He was making some noise I. Love It on an episode of Iceland in two thousand sixteen, he shared that he'd broken his penis or times during sex same. Blood everywhere. She's screaming and screaming Oh God. He's he's. A little UN i. said honey just broke this Brooklyn. Boy being this dude gives his all always. This one shy kid has now grown up to be unapologetically. Himself Rodman has never been one to shy away from what he believes in no matter how much controversy it might stor the point for our stories. Everything that Dennis Rodman does. He does all the way and he brought this same Dennis. Rodman Ness and passion to north. Korea which brings us to Kim. Jong, who had a very different child. Much of his early life is shrouded in secrecy, but we do know that he is the second youngest child a former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il dot it, so Kim Jong. UN was born in either one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, or nineteen, eighty-four. Who can now? Meaning, he grew up in the golden era of Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls, and we know he watched those bulls, because in North Korea basketball was a big deal plus his dad. Kim Jong Il was obsessed. The elder Kim was said to have bill NBA regulation courts in almost all his palace residencies as well as a video library complete with every game that Michael Jordan played with the Chicago Bulls. I would have paid money to watch him play horse like in his palace. It will be so fun with. With his Butler and his Butler like always has to lose. Always, we can also safely assume this means the.
"dennis rodman" Discussed on The Lead
"I mean we saw it in the last dance right. Dennis Rodman does what Dennis Rodman wants to do. Tried to cross apple. He does jaw. He waits for the team to get the rebound and it is stated APP. Port is ran back sixteen minutes. No points six rebounds that's pretty much status quo for the worm isn't it did take a shot though. Don't put back off the court. There were things that he did like such as living mark. Cuban's guest house. There's my roommate was interesting. We spent a lot of time watching cartoon network together. Johnny Bravo became my favorite. Are you telling me that Dennis? Rodman was mark. Cuban's Kato Kato Kaylin. Yes absolutely so yeah. He lived there. He threw parties there and mark. Cuban knew about it but in a way they would know where he always was because he was going to be on Mark Cuban's property and so yeah he was. He was living there until the league came in and said it was a salary cap violations. We'll so how ultimately. How did the Dennis Robin era in Dallas? Come to an end so it came to an end because Dennis Rodman made comments to the Associated Press. He said that Mark Cuban and remember. This is Mark Cuban. Who had the final say in signing Dennis Rodman? Who really wanted him to be there. Been who house. Dennis Rodman in his guest house. Who who put up with so much in this one month and the same mark. Cuban Dennis Rodman says on March seven two thousand. And you know there's no really way to paraphrase Dennis Rodman. He's he says Cuban doesn't need to be hanging around the players like he's a coach or something like Jerry Jones and it's dumb. That's why the cowboys went down. He needs to be the owner step back. Put people in who can get this team in the right direction. Saw that comment winnowed. Eventually he's GonNa stay banks and and do something tomorrow that's GonNa Komo mark to after releasing you know. We talked to mark Cuban. We asked Mark Cuban and mark. Cuban says I didn't care about his comments about winning and we're living back to mark Cuban's credit. They lost five straight games so they were losing but it definitely has something to do with the comments as well because the next day he was gone and Damon. Jones said this as well he said. Maybe Dennis just didn't want to play basketball anymore at that point won't play. You have to know that destiny. I thing you can do to get out. The doors criticized the person s banging. It's important to remember Dennis. Rodman comes from two long stints in Detroit and Chicago. Where all he did was win championships. I mean that's what he was used to. And in his first month with the Mavericks he realizes that's not going to be the case and so Damon Jones told us he said the first thing you could do to get out. The doors criticized the person that pays you. And that's essentially what he did and the next day he was done. So Robin played a total of Twelve Games for Dallas. He was suspended for another. How did the mavs actually do with him during those thirteen games? So they went four nine. So not great. They lost five straight games in his last five games. The Mavericks did pretty well. After Dennis Rodman's departure created the ability of knowing that it is just us right now? Did US RAV AS NO MORE EXPERIMENT? This is our team. So let's bring this together. No distractions enlisted the single we all banded up with a forty forty two record which ended up being their best record in the last decade so they barely missed the cut in the playoffs. You know one player also said that you know if Dennis Rodman hadn't been signed with the team. They would made the playoffs that year. Well and finally side those twelve games for the mavs and being the last Games rob never played in the NBA. Those were his last dance. How is he remembered in Dallas? Today you know when you talk about that era of the mavs. There's this notion that is just this forgotten chapter in the Mavericks History Books but it's really not forgotten chapter and if you really think about it. It's chapter two because Mark Cuban buying the team essentially is what made the mavericks the Mavericks and with all due respect to the few years of success. They had in the late eighties. This respected franchise really started in two thousand with Mark Cuban buying the team and if these franchises success is tied so closely to mark Cuban his first move and his legacy move. Is Dennis Rodman? Dennis Rodman is exhibit. A case of you can't just look at the wins and losses. You can't just look at how long or short the stint was you talk about the overall impact. It's one of the most impactful twelve games. The Dallas Mavericks. A probably ever had it. Set the tone for what Mark Cuban was going to do for the next twenty years. He was going to do whatever it took to make sure that the Dallas Mavericks is on the team but at the end of the day will. He gave his hall of fame. Speech The Dallas Mavericks. Were not mentioned. I think for Dennis Rodman that is forgotten time in his life. But I don't think that it's a forgotten time for the Dallas Mavericks. Well Saad thank you so much for joining us. It was fun to relive these twelve games. Thanks for having a really appreciate it. You can read Saad Yousif and Tim. Kato's oral history of Dennis. Rodman's time with the Mavericks at the Athletic Dot Com. Thanks for listening this week. Our show is produced by Matt Strauss and honors. Oh sound design and mixing by White on Lynn. Aaron May Joe Richardson Fact. Checking by Ian Hurley. Our theme song was composed by Lindsey. Graham our executive producer is honors. Do our editorial director is me to be the Davidson. The show is executive produced by marshal Louis and Aaron on Lopez for wondering from wondering on the athletic. I'm the Davidson CNN last week..
"dennis rodman" Discussed on The Lead
"The way he conducted his likes now. All of a sudden were playstations in the lockers for all the players food was being catered for the away team and the home team and and all kinds of things like that so it was a completely different culture. That Mark Cuban brought. How does Mark Cuban then get the idea of signing Dennis Rodman? She was team in all the interviews. We conducted mark. Cuban was kind of alone on an island where he says that you know it was a winning decision. They wanted to win games. The conversation turned to rebounding but at the same time everybody else was saying. Look this kind of really set a precedent for what Mark Cuban was going to what is ownership has become over the last twenty years which is he's a PR guy. He wants to make sure that is are on the team and so the vast majority of everybody else really called this a pr move Jamie Aaron who we also interviewed for the associated. Press something he said in. The oral history was bringing in a rebounder on a team. That's winning twenty five games. Year is not going to turn things around. I mean you're not bringing in an exclusive score a complete player you're bringing in a rebounder so it's essentially a guy who can get the ball a few more time so you can miss a few more shots and so that yeah bringing in a rebounder on on that kind of a team just wasn't going to be a solution mark. Cuban insists that that's what it was but everybody else really seems to think otherwise well at the time. The mavs are coached by a pretty eccentric character in his own. Rate Don Nelson. How did Nellie reacts to the idea of signing the worm? This was my absolute favorite part of the entire oral history. So nellie this coach that like you said he's I mean we all know. Nellie IS ALAN ON AN ISLAND. Enjoying himself right now coach. I know you live in Hawaii rate. So I've been smoking some x bird. I never smoked when I played coach. I just it's due to me but anyway I'm doing that and I'm having a good time even back then. He had a way about him so what he does is he. Brings the team in in locker room and this is a count that several of the players. Mark Cuban said this and Damon Jones actually also said this. Well okay a he puts yes or no. You didn't put your name on the paper and you put it into a box. Nelly brought the team together to put a vote to the team about whether they should bring Dennis Rodman and and as Damon. Jones said he had never seen that happen before but it was interesting. Because there's a lot of different personalities Dirk Nowitzki a Chicago Bulls fan throughout the nineties. We've seen dirk come a long way in the the last twenty years as far as how vocal years and how much he talks in front of the cameras and stuff dirk was a very shy guy who was contemplating going back to Germany at the time so he wasn't someone that was talking a lot Shawn Bradley Super Religious Mormon Shop Rally. I came in the League Philadelphia on scuffing Rahman was playing against him on no shines the Chami all the time. He used to kill me talking about me. Try to hurt me. Sam goody Disrespected me as so many different ways. He's part of that vote and so there's a lot of different personalities coming around and it was a close one but Rodman one out and he kind of makes headlines immediately when he's choosing his Jersey number and it's funny because you know if it wasn't Dennis Rodman there's nothing wrong with giving out the number sixty nine but the fact that it's Dennis Rodman is something that definitely holds you back in and it's important to remember at the press conference. He did have the sixty nine jersey. So there were sixty nine jerseys that were made and Dennis Rodman sixty nine. Jerseys are going to sell in fact one of the players that we that we interviewed Greg Buckner. He said he'd by Dennis Rodman Number six nine Jersey as well not puts in a storm along those Dennis Rodman Jerseys would certainly sell but yeah the League would not allow that to happen. So what was it like when Rodman arrived? How did he fit in with his teammates? The biggest overarching theme throughout my everyone we talked to was they were all somewhat taken aback by just how quiet he was. Chad. Lewis who is a strength and conditioning coach and the lead equipped manage during the time says that much was out drinking and partying and I think he kind of alternative a different person when he was one part of the biggest personalities troopers monument. More just reserve honestly gigs quaters about Mazen. Just can come in and be allowed. Guy. Walk attention who would be lazy. Practice are suffering from oxygen so quiet perfect team. You know you ask anybody it's like. Was he a chemistry issue in the locker room and for a lot of people they said look he was someone that barely we knew existed in the locker room. He would show up to the game like fifteen minutes before tip off and while Nellie was explaining the game plan Dennis Rodman would be in the shower and then he would come out do a couple of layups and go out and grab sixteen rebounds offensive rebound on vk sixty four for what he was brought in you know especially if you believe. Mark Cuban he was brought in for rebounding he. He was phenomenal. I mean you know. His sample size obviously was very small. He played in twelve games. But to this day as we sit here today. Denis Rodman is the leading rebounder in Mavericks History in rebounds per game. You know one thing that Sarah Melton told us was after he arrived in Dallas. You saw people with weird hair at the Games all these people at colored hair piercing and like a funky Burns enough folks started coming..
Beloved Lizard Lounge in Dallas Closes Permanently
"Weekend the lizard lounge is shuttering its doors after twenty eight years the announcement made on Facebook the colorful history of the bar in deep Ellum includes an offer from Madonna and Dennis Rodman to buy the club back in the nineties the lizard lounge has shuttered and they say at least for now they may be back but bottom line is he said that they may look for a smaller venue they lost a lot of their parking to over the new development over their
ESPN Michael Jordan doc: 'The Last Dance' episode 3-4 highlights
"From now last night the last dance Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls we have a so it's three and four and these two episodes centered on two different revolving storyline it's been a little bit confusing as great as the filmmaking is it's been a little confusing if they darted back and forth between eras the reason they're doing this is not just a start to finish documentary the timeline of the nineteen ninety Chicago Bulls which which start hypothetically would Jordan gets there the eighties then go right through nineteen ninety eight instead of it's built around the all access footage that they got in nineteen ninety eight and so that's got to be at the core of it and then they build around that the sub plots of what happened with Jordan first got there the building of the culture of the hiring of Phil Jackson the resentment of the Jerry Krause the addition of Scotty Pippin all these little things along the way and so last A. U. two totally different eras kind of combining these two episodes the one era being the nineteen late nineteen eighties early nineteen nineties wars with the Detroit Pistons the bad boys pits and buys that Thomas Joe Dumars and Dennis Rodman and then the modern carnival surrounding Dennis Rodman with the bulls and I say moderate in air quotes because it was nineteen ninety eight so you have the late eighties wars with the pistons and the late nineties battles in keeping Dennis Rodman on tracks was been a little confusing to go back and forth if you're not really familiar with how the whole thing unfolded I thought as I assumed that the episode against the episode of the wars with the pistons were going to was going to be one of the most captivating if not the most captivating because it is a moment in time where Michael still can't win and I think that there is I don't want to see it inaccurate because it is accurately the the reputation of Michael Jordan's accurately depicted as six time champion he did those things he was six now in the NBA finals six NBA finals MVP awards they never went to a game seven so is accurately depicted as a winner but what is often times forgotten is there is a chunk of his career he is not a winner and when I see the tear downs of lebron James o'reilly C. with anybody's compared to Michael of they don't have the killer instinct they're not a winner they don't take the last shot all this stuff that really is surrounded lebron by and large but it's hit other players as well and kind of makes everybody pal compares to Michael I keep reminding myself and those around me yeah but Michael wasn't always Michael that we know him now he's a finished product he is now a icon he was a winner but there were years that's the reason is because I watch those years had remember getting Sports Illustrated the mail where it said basically you don't the pistons are stopping Michael Jordan could can Michael didn't get past the pistons can Michael Jordan win a championship and that the conversation at that time nationally was Michael great individual player cannot win the title is not good enough to make his teammates better in Seoul I was glad that that part of the narrative is being talked about with that with the pistons that does our blood feuds and Michael could not get over this any loss to the pistons three consecutive years the only highlight the last two years the United ninety last night they lost we get eighty eight as well that is three years off Hey gene for Michael to after where they did they finally get over to nineteen ninety one so those wars to me were the most fascinating part about last night's two episodes because that to me is one of those interesting errors if not the most interesting era of the bulls is that they are better than garbage which they were when he took over when when he got drafted they're not as good as they were when it was assumed they would just blow through the league they're in this transition state it it's almost like it's almost like growing from a warm or caterpillar to a butterfly it's in that moment is the nineteen ninety in nineteen ninety one pivot point post seasons where they lose to the to the pistons in seven and then they finally beat him in nineteen ninety one by sweeping them and I say and the bad boy pistons walk off the floor before the game is over and don't shake the
"dennis rodman" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Scottie love But they might have had a lot of confidence in me to to non and I'm GonNa be there for Michael. Let him down on the city. Though that was the one and only Dennis Rodman's describing his impact on the Chicago Bulls during Sunday's episode last dance. It was one of the most unlikely fits in basketball history sharing the floor with the Sports Ultimate Control Freak Michael Jordan. But somehow it worked today we talked to a reporter who knew. Rodman better than most because he lived with the NBA star for two weeks during the height of his fame. Espn's Tim Kyun joins us to relive the Wild Ninety S. In explains why Rodman was unlike any player person he had ever met. I mean it comes. It's Monday April twenty seven this is espn daily. So Tim. Did you watch last night. Thank you for doing your duty as an Eastman Employees Tim. Cuban is a senior writer for. Espn Tim I am looking cover of the book. Bad as I WANNA be and it has a picture of Dennis Rodman. He is naked sitting backwards on a motorcycle. A there is a strategically placed basketball. His air is too Tan Blonde. And on the bottom of the cover it lists Dennis Rodman as the author in very big letters and then right below that in much smart letters it says with Tim. Cute which question. How did YOU COME TO BE WITH TIM? Koon and goes right. Dennis Rodman's autobiography my epitaph with Tim. It started with a friend of mine. Mike Silver who at the time was working at sports illustrated and had written the provocative cover story about Dennis where he was on the cover wearing the feather boa with a parrot on his shoulder. Mike was supposed to write. This book and sports illustrated would not let him because he was an NFL writer at the time and it would have taken up too much time of the season so they put out a casting call of writers. And Mike recommended that I put my my name in the hat. Several of US interviewed with Dennis to see who might mesh best with him. Who also might be able to finish a book in a shade? Under three months I interviewed with the Denison. A diner for breakfast in Anaheim with his agent at the time. Who's a coin collector named Dwight Manley who had just dipped his toe into sports agent? Tting after he became friends with Dennis. What into this diner set down with the two of them. Dennis Kata said Hi Kinda grunt high kind of thing I can remember the waitress coming over and Dwight ordering for both himself and Dennis and Dennis just not ever even looking at the menu and thinking. This is going to be a tough book you know. Get a hundred thousand words out of a guy who doesn't even order his own breakfast. I kind of looked at it. As as a Lark at the time Lo and behold a few days later I got a call that that I was chosen. Why do you think he got the job funny? I've I've run that through my head so many different times and I honestly think that I got the job because I I was just desperate for the job. I think that I just kind of sat back and maybe give off that impression that I was not going to be demanding to be his lifelong friend. You know I I wanted to hang out. I wanted to get the work done. I thought I could do the job. Well and something in the way that I carried myself. I guess hit a chord with Denison in made it work so this was nine hundred five. Dennis Rodman is already a known quantity and as you mentioned. He had been on the cover of sports illustrated. He was fairly far along in his career. What was your perception of him. Going into this. You know at first I was a little bit leery of the whole thing. At that time there wasn't a whole lot positive coming out about Dennis. He did have this high profile and his Rodman with that wild hairdo of his a lot of it was because he was disrespectful to referees. He didn't get along with coaches now. He's fighting one of his assistant coach. I was very curious as to who was the guy behind. All that is getting really annoying when you too. You've got to go out there and kick somebody's ass basketball is nice. What about as a basketball player? I mean before you spent time with him. I imagine you spend a lot of time thinking about his play on the court and what he had achieved so far with his career. Where was he at that point but that point he had been established as probably the best rebounder in NBA history especially for someone his size debt is just got the word doing his usual established early on that the way he was going to make his mark was by doing things that nobody else wanted to do doing the menial tasks of basketball and almost refusing to shoot which made notes to almost anyone his determination and the way that he played every possession like it was just a referendum on his self worth. I think was fascinating to me. I think it was so different from anybody else that we'd seen to this point now work very hard work. At the moment he was still on the spurs he was yes. He was rapidly playing himself off the spirits to San Antonio Thirteen months ago. Dennis Rodman has had three suspensions eight injections forty technical fouls and paid fifty four thousand two hundred fifty dollars in fines. They were desperately trying to rid themselves of him and it was actually with him when he got the call that they were trading him to the Bulls which just spun everything in such a different direction. I mean this book and Dennis's career and the world of basketball everything. Everything changed when with that phone. Call before we get to that call and how it led to everything we saw that transpired last night in blast aunts once. Dennis had chosen you. What was your next move? What are the parameters you had for working with him well it? It became clear probably at that breakfast meeting that Dennis was not going to be someone who is going to be able to schedule meetings. That just wasn't the way his world worked and so his his agents said okay to do this. You're basically going to have to move in because he's not going to be on any kind of schedule so I did two stints of living with Dennis. Rodman that we're about a week each the parameters were that you pretty much just had to absorb yourself into his life because that was the only way to get the information that was going to be needed to write a book. You get a sense from Dennis. Why he was doing a book and what he wanted to be in it. He wanted to do a book in part because I think he felt like. He had something to say to people that were like him. You know people who had been marginalized and and sort of shoved over societies edge. And I think that he knew it was an incredible marketing opportunity for himself. At that point he had established himself as this flamboyant character in basketball and he had gotten a lot of attention outside of basketball with his relationship with Madonna and. I think that this was something he saw as a a way to sort of spread his name even outside of any kind of sport parameter. So you're told you got to move in with him. At what point. Do you become a roommate of Dennis. Rodman's it was late. September of Nineteen Ninety five if I remember correctly and it was at Dwight Manley House in Orange California. I slept on the couch and I can remember at many points wondering if this book was ever going to be done because Dennis for all his flamboyance in the public eye is a very shy at times non communicative person. There were a lot of really really black spaces on my audiotapes from that time. Dwight his agent at one point said you know the best way to deal with Dennis. Get Him in the car to get him in the car he's captive. He will talk and so you know we started going out driving to Los Angeles going different places. Dennis would be driving and talking and would tell me stories about his childhood about how he fell into a basketball career so randomly even over the roar of the Ferrari. Engine I could make out with. Dennis was saying in the car and you know it made a book thankfully. What kind of things did you witness? Well living with him and driving around with him. What kind of experiences did you have? Well I have to say I was like. I think I was a thirty one year. Old Father of three at the time and my life was very different than Dennis. Rodman's life I kind of lived by society's norms you know like I didn't I would never have thought to drive past a health club and just pull up and walk in and say I'll be using that stairmaster over there but but Dennis Rodman did those things. I can probably count for five times that this happened where we just be driving somewhere and there had never been any talk of needing a workout or whatever but he would just see a place and he would pull in and say. I think I'm going to go in here. And some kid behind the counter would just look up with his mouth just slack jawed and say okay. You know Dennis would just grab a towel and head for a stairmaster beyond it for about an hour. I knew there were different rules for different people. I just didn't know that they could all be employed in this kind of way. Did he seem at home in Los Angeles? He liked being noticed. And you know there's no better place to be noticed than than Los Angeles. He liked driving from Orange County into L. A. To for instance get his nails done without an appointment again on Saturday morning. Of course I had mine done the week before because I plan ahead. He threw me the keys to his Ferrari and I at the time was driving a seventy eight..
Inside Dennis Rodman's Wild 90s
"So Tim. Did you watch last night. Thank you for doing your duty as an Eastman Employees Tim. Cuban is a senior writer for. Espn Tim I am looking cover of the book. Bad as I WANNA be and it has a picture of Dennis Rodman. He is naked sitting backwards on a motorcycle. A there is a strategically placed basketball. His air is too Tan Blonde. And on the bottom of the cover it lists Dennis Rodman as the author in very big letters and then right below that in much smart letters it says with Tim. Cute which question. How did YOU COME TO BE WITH TIM? Koon and goes right. Dennis Rodman's autobiography my epitaph with Tim. It started with a friend of mine. Mike Silver who at the time was working at sports illustrated and had written the provocative cover story about Dennis where he was on the cover wearing the feather boa with a parrot on his shoulder. Mike was supposed to write. This book and sports illustrated would not let him because he was an NFL writer at the time and it would have taken up too much time of the season so they put out a casting call of writers. And Mike recommended that I put my my name in the hat. Several of US interviewed with Dennis to see who might mesh best with him. Who also might be able to finish a book in a shade? Under three months I interviewed with the Denison. A diner for breakfast in Anaheim with his agent at the time. Who's a coin collector named Dwight Manley who had just dipped his toe into sports agent? Tting after he became friends with Dennis. What into this diner set down with the two of them. Dennis Kata said Hi Kinda grunt high kind of thing I can remember the waitress coming over and Dwight ordering for both himself and Dennis and Dennis just not ever even looking at the menu and thinking. This is going to be a tough book you know. Get a hundred thousand words out of a guy who doesn't even order his own breakfast. I kind of looked at it. As as a Lark at the time Lo and behold a few days later I got a call that that I was chosen. Why do you think he got the job funny? I've I've run that through my head so many different times and I honestly think that I got the job because I I was just desperate for the job. I think that I just kind of sat back and maybe give off that impression that I was not going to be demanding to be his lifelong friend. You know I I wanted to hang out. I wanted to get the work done. I thought I could do the job. Well and something in the way that I carried myself. I guess hit a chord with Denison in made it work so this was nine hundred five. Dennis Rodman is already a known quantity and as you mentioned. He had been on the cover of sports illustrated. He was fairly far along in his career. What was your perception of him. Going into this. You know at first I was a little bit leery of the whole thing. At that time there wasn't a whole lot positive coming out about Dennis. He did have this high profile and his Rodman with that wild hairdo of his a lot of it was because he was disrespectful to referees. He didn't get along with coaches now. He's fighting one of his assistant coach. I was very curious as to who was the guy behind. All that is getting really annoying when you too. You've got to go out there and kick somebody's ass basketball is nice. What about as a basketball player? I mean before you spent time with him. I imagine you spend a lot of time thinking about his play on the court and what he had achieved so far with his career. Where was he at that point but that point he had been established as probably the best rebounder in NBA history especially for someone his size debt is just got the word doing his usual established early on that the way he was going to make his mark was by doing things that nobody else wanted to do doing the menial tasks of basketball and almost refusing to shoot which made notes to almost anyone his determination and the way that he played every possession like it was just a referendum on his self worth. I think was fascinating to me. I think it was so different from anybody else that we'd seen to this point now work very hard work. At the moment he was still on the spurs he was yes. He was rapidly playing himself off the spirits to San Antonio Thirteen months ago. Dennis Rodman has had three suspensions eight injections forty technical fouls and paid fifty four thousand two hundred fifty dollars in fines. They were desperately trying to rid themselves of him and it was actually with him when he got the call that they were trading him to the Bulls which just spun everything in such a different direction. I mean this book and Dennis's career and the world of basketball everything. Everything changed when with that phone. Call before we get to that call and how it led to everything we saw that transpired last night in blast aunts once. Dennis had chosen you. What was your next move? What are the parameters you had for working with him well it? It became clear probably at that breakfast meeting that Dennis was not going to be someone who is going to be able to schedule meetings. That just wasn't the way his world worked and so his his agents said okay to do this. You're basically going to have to move in because he's not going to be on any kind of schedule so I did two stints of living with Dennis. Rodman that we're about a week each the parameters were that you pretty much just had to absorb yourself into his life because that was the only way to get the information that was going to be needed to write a book. You get a sense from Dennis. Why he was doing a book and what he wanted to be in it. He wanted to do a book in part because I think he felt like. He had something to say to people that were like him. You know people who had been marginalized and and sort of shoved over societies edge. And I think that he knew it was an incredible marketing opportunity for himself. At that point he had established himself as this flamboyant character in basketball and he had gotten a lot of attention outside of basketball with his relationship with Madonna and. I think that this was something he saw as a a way to sort of spread his name even outside of any kind of sport parameter. So you're told you got to move in with him. At what point. Do you become a roommate of Dennis. Rodman's it was late. September of Nineteen Ninety five if I remember correctly and it was at Dwight Manley House in Orange California. I slept on the couch and I can remember at many points wondering if this book was ever going to be done because Dennis for all his flamboyance in the public eye is a very shy at times non communicative person. There were a lot of really really black spaces on my audiotapes from that time. Dwight his agent at one point said you know the best way to deal with Dennis. Get Him in the car to get him in the car he's captive. He will talk and so you know we started going out driving to Los Angeles going different places. Dennis would be driving and talking and would tell me stories about his childhood about how he fell into a basketball career so randomly even over the roar of the Ferrari. Engine I could make out with. Dennis was saying in the car and you know it made a book thankfully.
"dennis rodman" Discussed on Curious with Josh Peck
"So now. I'm in my thirties. I kind of feel a little bit like I got to figure out what I WANNA do when I grow up and like I know what I WanNa do you know I do it. I'm doing it now. I'm talking to you I'm doing. This is what I want to do. This is my life but you know I think anyone worth waiting salted all to be you know not completely sort of ruined their twenties with excessive fucking partying and squandering their potential. If they've built anything you know you sort of you kind of have the freedom and the privilege in your thirties to kind of take a real look at Shit and say all right I'm a third through it and I'm going to have like the second third of my life to be really. You know this is nobody. So's down quite it yet. If you live well so you know. Life's mice in session. And what do you know. What's IT GONNA look like? How do I want approach it what I WANNA do? What's fun? What am I truly passionate about? What brings things me joy and not just financial security and Emma able to tell the difference between it because I do get a lot of fucking joy from financial security? I think we all do okay. I've had quite a lot of friends who Santa worry about money. I'm like could. She grew up rich. Sounds like a rich kid but any of us who had to fucking in you know hustle and get our lives together. We know what it means to not have to worry about fucking rent on the I. I live my life for too many years. Where you fucking paid rent and then you started counting counting down the days twenty eight days? I got a fucking do it again. Jesus I gotTA shake it up. You know what I'm saying so as an adult I think it's easy to confuse. Stability Ability and financial security with true fulfillment into balance right. Because you can't just shy for you know utter fulfillment I mean it gets you can in but I'm not a monk. You know what I'm saying. Try to live in this world under the terms of you. Know the the rules of engagement for a You know a Capitalist Society America maybe maybe I'll move Tabet Tabet one day but I don't like sleeping on floors and I don't WanNa shake my head but nevertheless it's an interesting time. It's a privilege because most people are not afforded the opportunity for self reflection. Most of the world is they're just trying to fucking get by every day and make enough money to eat and keep the fucking lights on so I have to be careful of that is well. You know what I'm saying. The psychological renaissance in the last hundred years is not by chance. It's not like you know it's not arbitrary Tori that you know Carl young and Freud in any of the great thinkers of the last hundred years in modern psychology has introduced. It's because we're not worried about freezing to death anymore more you know. We've got mass agriculture and food. And we know that you know for the most part if you live if you live in the first world that that there's a good chance you're gonNA be alright even if you don't have much means and that is a great privilege and us. It affords us the opportunity to like suffer. Fry reflect elect a little bit in like look at our life and say like we'll what what all right so. I know that my meals are probably going to be. You know taking care of for indefinitely indefinitely and that there's probably a good chance I'm not gonNA freeze to death so I guess all focus on what makes me happy an interesting thing interesting conundrum or life. I don't know but feel happy to share with you guys and I feel you know happy to be living in good time all right. Thank you to the curious podcast listeners. For Twenty nineteen. We've now been on the air for I think this is the eighty-sixth episode and I love this. And I could not do what I do without you guys. I so appreciate you listening and I so appreciate the the opportunity to get to do something like this because so much. I know one of my capital T.. Truths is born out of Being incredibly curious and inquisitive about people that I find fascinating and every week the curious podcasts gives me an opportunity to do just that to interview people that I look up to that. I'm interested by an and people that under normal circumstances I might never have an opportunity to talk to so thank you for Listening for supporting the POD. Because I can do without you emotional all right. That's enough of that on today's Pot Dennis Rodman you know great athlete. Brilliant Chicago Bulls Brilliant Brilliant. Brilliant Athletic I one of the greatest rebounders ever lived played with Scotty. Pippin and Michael Jordan was coached by Phil Jackson. I think they won six championships and then his personal life has been justices says fascinating from the beautiful interesting people that he has been married to and has been with to his most recent endeavor a which has been his trips to North Korea and being sort of like an unofficial ambassador Between America North Korea and his relationship with Kim Jong Hoon the leader of North Korea show. Let me give you a quick backstory about about about how this all sort of came about with how I was able to interview him. I could have random. DM On instagram. One day from Dennis Rodman Dennis Rodman. I am not expecting miss. I do not expect a Dennis. Rodman is a fan of Josh back. But I don't think he knows who the fuck I am. I still don't and we spent three hours together but my suspicion is that he us working with some kids younger folk in their twenties and thirties. That are very aware layer of things in which I do. Perhaps I grew up with me and when Dennis Rodman decided to have his own podcast which he has his own podcast which I will attach the name and a link to into it in the show. Notes I think they said you know Josh Peck whatever. He's relevant people my age like Tim you should you know. Have them on your podcast podcast. Anyway I get I get a damn from Dennis Rodman. He says Josh Left. Have you on my podcasts. I go dennis anything for you. Baby anything for are you. But I'm going to your son. I really appreciate it if after we could do mine. You know it's As president would not say it's quick quid. Pro Quo there was no quid pro quo but it was a little quid pro quo you do for me. I'll do for you so I go to Orange County which is a weird part of fucking fucking California to go interview him for this. podcast we do the POD. I for him. Dennis Nice enough guy again. I'll reiterate I don't think he has any fucking doc an idea who I am and I don't think he cared but he was nice enough fine we do his podcast. It went great. It's very interesting. He's kind kind of doing this. Slight Quasi Jerry Springer type vibe feel for his pod which you should listen to think are episode area aired yet but it was fucking wild and then we recorded mine and he? You know I can't wait for you guys to hear this. It starts out a little rough off. He clears his throat a lot. No problem but I actually think we wound up having a really interesting discussion and it got better and better throughout the pod and I really appreciate his time. I still don't think you know so I am no I you know the reality is i. Don't I don't really care But more so I just you know again someone like Dennis Rodman. Who's lived this incredible life? WHO's really thoughtful and interesting and who has accomplished so much and when you sit with the man and it all sort of comes into focus you realize just how much he has achieved and sort of the unbelievable life that he's lived in the challenges that he's persevered veered through so the fact that he did the pod? I think is really dope and I really appreciate it. So thank you Dennis for doing the podcast. I can't wait for you guys to listen. Enjoy Joy Dennis Rodman bit bit number but it publicity number but we'll see been then guys you gotta get your rest with the fuck you nuts. How are you GonNa go into twenty twenty? We've all you big.
"dennis rodman" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"I wasn't trying to convey okay great. I'M GONNA go back and try to prove the fact that North Korea's great even though I'm finding guess the buck losing battle you know and I just made it clear the fact that I wanNA bring forced to North Korea. I want to communicate that way an open door that way so you know people loopy afraid to go more career. It's okay to go there. When you going to go back. Well Donald Trump opening gate. Let me in now. Let me and I always say don trump one. He will opening gate backup or cost. You don't think Donald Trump will open up North Korea because of you. Why is that last to make Latin. I'M GONNA say it'd be we different very very different if I didn't go to mock career the first time and make awareness the fact that that was somewhat harshest over there different if I didn't go to them I guarantee disciplined. That'll be happening right now. We will not be taught about North Korea because before for a went there. We didn't give a shit non-career even though they were doing the same shit doing the same stuff for no pay attention or crear I started to let's talk given awareness. What's going on North Korea. That's come to light. Donald Trump didn't do their at president endure a bomb. A definite hated my guts because well I was doing. He can stop it. Trump didn't do it on trump. Even had that summit is because there's a limit over and try to make his I love. Don On trump may have a blast together. You know something like that when I'm saying no one ever thought about having a meeting some it with North Korea seven years ago nobody honey. What Kenneth Bae did thank you for the increased attention I mean he was the guy that came out and he was like hey. I think Dennis Rodman help get me Outta here for a long time right Mona at the end of the thirty for thirty documentary. There's not much about that family the rich family they were so close to when you were young. Are you still close with them. What we broke away just crystallize because of certain things that have I guess they got older. You know if you saw Dr Mitchell with the with the mother got down fucking racist yet where she talks walks yeah S. country. If you live with them you understand I got used to them. You know she'll make comments but I don't care but it was more fun anything but if like I said knows one of those precious moments in my life that really kept me whole kept me as a human being and kept me moving and as far as going to the NBA. Hey I worked my asshole in that forum everyday five thirty to eight at night every day besides playing basketball still keep in touch with them. You stay with us with the suns. Are you do what happened to Brian Yeah. What Brian doing his own thing in Dallas Yeah now. He's doing his own thing. He went through some issues too but he's back on the right track. When you hear pat rich the mothers say things like well. I feel like I lost a son. What do you think when you hear that I mean now that you're not in touch with her to say the same thing when I went to move with white family because when I went to South Oklahoma state I told her mother I'm never coming back and then when I went there sought to live with his wife family and then I eh one back to Dallas and I took the white the white kid with me to Dallas to my mother apartment or whatever and why is he here. He was like twelve twenty two to do. He's twelve years old. White Skinny now bought a kid with me two dollars yourself right there in the projects of places and what is he doing here. I said well. Oh you know my friend twenty to twelve. You know it's like more like okay. That's like some Michael Jackson type thing like that of course but people look at this this little white kid on a neighborhood with him and what you've seen a document..
"dennis rodman" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Get all of the latest episodes downloaded automatically to your podcast player so you don't miss a single thing and now back to our show with Dennis Rodman men. It was you that said the highlight of my life was the championship. I just love making people happy and this clip of you. We'll get into defensive player of the Year award and crying and I love that clip of you because it's such an authentic reaction. I feel like everybody who gets an award like that kind of wants to react like that but they have to be tough. It is good to fill a deferred. I work so hard and I just like. Whoa I got this whole thing. That's different player of the year or something. Something and people appreciate it. You know it was like the Oscar God. This is awesome man. I wo- and it's like I said I wanted to so babbit works by assaulted. Get this water war. Not The scoring assist not know whatever I just wanted that one yeah. I think that people really appreciate before for me for that because I wasn't trying to be the star on just fill in yeah you just said you just wanted to fit in and that and that seems to be like a running theme in your life actually and the fact that you wanted that award so bad. was there a party. That felt like you didn't want that attention but the award was fine the award as I say you know what I when I'm playing in basketball you know I had to smarter say you know what I got three hours. Great Make People Happy if three hours twenty four. I got three hours to make people happy and in two thousand dollars this time for me to be happy and that was a difficult for me to do for a long time yeah but for me to go out for three hours and see people happy and like really happy the and it made me feel good. I mean we work hard. Yeah seeing other people happy menu working. We work harder and so I think that people appreciate it made me more vibrant more a loose uh-huh yeah. They'd like like like it. I'm GonNa work by scoring anything like that. They were doing okay great. I keep doing because that's what they want but they care about my safety. They do care about what I'm doing but this is the fact that I'm in because it's not unplanned for money on plan because I liked plan yeah. I can't remember who said this but somebody said you. You never played the game for money. It might have been a thomas or something like it. Oh yeah everybody else is certainly playing for money. John Salley during the documentary says you found out the hard hard way that it's a business when everybody was getting traded and sort of the Pistons family split apart and that took a toll on you. There's this incident where you go to the Palace of Auburn Hills the the Court and Detroit and you're in the parking lot with his gun in your lap and then you just fall asleep and now you tell the story like it's a metaphor. You killed the old Dennis Rodman but you didn't need to use the gun like what do you mean with this story. What what happened there. I asked you know when you write a confessional to someone thanks like British wind to kill the actual individual trying to reach out to somebody and hope that someone will find that note or the whatever you wrote and catch me for something really actually happened. My attention was to do that because there was no other way. I had to get out of what I was in so this job over yep what a gun and just put in a lab and the Senate contemplating it was loaded. MONOSSO now decided to turn on the radio program jammed plan this song him Evenflo Dan after black came on song thought listened to and then all of a sudden war was listened to Korotan and then black come on I close my eyes. I started thinking about and also started fell asleep so basically pearl jam saved your life while I was said. I think that you you know at that period of time. I think anything that count coup the savage beasts at the time. I think it would have been another group. Another incident. Come a mind offer tournament commit suicide suicide but fortunately for me. That was a time that like it from an but like anything in my life. I've always said this course. I said you know what somebody somebody has a hand on my shoulders where because I've been so many incidents that I could have been dead. Quick Pharmacy Karolyi back for some reason who may not committing something that's GonNa be hanging myself jumping for building jumping from rubber track for my head for the knife to my throat. I'm all for Bush and all those how to do up well for some reason someone really me back. Kiwi hitting grounding apprentice. I ain't done yet things if I didn't do. I'm leaving it more and more every day. Do do you still think about taking yourself out sometimes. Do you still think about that. I think about certain things like that but you know visually the fact that I think I'm GonNa Superhuman because what has has transpired in my life to now. I was a girl that I give this one. Quotas is saying if I die out of a plane no parachute look to God hopefully that he kissed me. I WANNA see my life flash in front of me. What do you think he doesn't like kissing and thinking about that. I have a long time to plano parachute and just dive out and watched one life in front of me. What did I do wrong. I can I fix this. How can I be happy if somebody kicked me. When's the last time you thought about it the week ago. Do you feel up and down or it just crosses through your mind. I think this is more like a energy rush from me. Darren Prince keeping an eye on you agent when I the part to about that whole thing to how to other planes guys would parachute jump on the plane. Come get me. That's the whole key. Somebody's in watching drops down now. Let's say you go so you make sure they've done that before. I'm not sure how easy it is all right so after that you go to San Dan Antonio by all accounts are going crazy right. This is the Rodman that everybody seen in the media the blonde hair which you still have now kind of is there a part of you that maybe felt felt vulnerable in. Detroit and you decided to maybe cover that upper change that when you went to San Antonio where I'm going to do this to change my hair. I didn't ask for that. I'd win the Tony with the fact finding new business and attitude. I didn't care about nobody. I was just going to play basketball until everybody fuck. All whatever I'm doing much of that said and I just went to a mark keeps on what's on wall and guys die. Your hair dyed my hair blonde that was fucking demolition man man all right and I expect that now go to the thirty thousand people appreciation day for the Spurs. They ask me. They say hey like me or you can hate me but I'm here to play ball and kick ass took my head out and then my whole transformation when I was doing candlelight yeah you popped out of that cocoon demolition man for the that the one where Wesley snipes hat blonde hair but so you're you're like oh I wanNA pull a Wesley snipes no so you wouldn't say that I want to say. No you pay your taxes on the outside outside. It starts to look like confidence. You get that swagger. Maybe a different kind of swagger than you had in Detroit on the inside. Though did it feel like confidence or were you still trying to find yourself in some ways. Almost you just go with the flow. I was going with the transition at the time I have no cost about being a bad boy and and talks about being a a rebel or a me against the world. No Oh I was just going out there doing Dennis. I have a trait on and have no desire to image or anything. No I was just going to plan on doing it. My Way to the whole personal personal brand thing came after that you're just doing what came to mind but yeah the whole secret about that in the whole visual content. Buna brand back to impugn and think about uh-huh Brand Brian and stuff like that. I was a brand as I was doing this out of a sudden you walk around town or you go to restaurant. You seem people with colored hair piercing tattoos. Now people were headed up before everybody else in tattered up here scenes blonde hair doing crazy stuff dressed in drag drag clubs clubs and the club of everything like that who then use them in the beginning especially in San Antonio. Oh Yeah Yeah Radio I was wearing like a halter tops. I was wearing like redress injured makeup and stuff right and they got a hold of that they ask me. What are you doing. Nothing having fun Yeah Yeah. No so I mean I I will say you. Don't get enough credit for that. You don't get enough credit for that because early on you were one of the earliest supporters of I don't even know what you would call it now. LGBT awareness onus and you're one of the first high profile allies. I mean didn't you put was it. The AIDS ribbon your hair so nobody was talking about talked about the number. I think nobody new what it really actually mean now but nobody even talked about that I did I did for a couple of times I did it. I did it in Chicago. San Antonio and no one even asked me. What's that that mean coca great. You know what he means. I didn't elaborate at all. I thought he noticed put a similar. They're great so I just represented. My Gay community that I was in the gay community knew what it was yeah. It seems like back then it was really revolutionary because there are people that weren't even talking about that. In the Media Media Mwanza people were in the closet like back then even principals straight. I don't play. I don't know he might have been. He flipped a lot so yeah. I me the it was. It was very difficult for any athlete to try to come out the closet. I mean it was difficult than as speaking today and I sit an analyze myself every day. When I sit on the balcony here at home hotel at that I sit there and ask us a while what done back then if I were Tosa wonder that I was gay planning and be what I would have done and I Santa Monica today's self as a while if I was gay and I told the world's getting it'd be the most shocking news on planet. Will you do have glittery painted nails but maybe it might not have been totally shocking assembly happening those back then too yeah. It would have been shocking by Tim because people didn't realize that does a great basketball player athlete in the world. That's K. Athlete Gay if I was okay plant in the NBA and Whoa imagined how they react today compare how would act back twenty five years ago. Just go whoa that would like to have a wild if I was a I'm probably half as fucking clam is shown Shona World Okay Great. You look at you different but guess what laws you performing people will get used to. It used to okay grandma yeah. He's eighty fifth thirty seven points out. That's that's the secret right payments vitamin events yeah. What kind of volumes these aid is e you feel in vitamin? Z right now through the fields better yeah good. That publicity stunt you. You ended up marrying yourself or something like that. Yeah I mean that is priceless. No Wonder Madonna light you. She was probably taking notes. The whole time about all these things that you were doing oh and she's like is that my dress from like a virgin. No Madonna's like the tall yeah. I wouldn't fit but anyway I was. I was dating now. I know but I'm saying that when I did that was spurn moment came to my head. What kind do to spice up this book signing Alison. How about a mirror myself and Kim this idea I think the risk on four season in New York and he was like you serious I wanna I left the room and went downstairs to the gym and are bumping. Steven Tyler it was he was riding a bite. I was set with the idea that he wants Steven. If I marry must have he just start going nuts. Oh my God really is always ozzy. It do it do it. Do you plan on doing it is coming from you. Yes so it's all good. Michael Jordan was saying. I don't think he's GonNa make it to forty. What does your mind. When you hear your teammates. They stuff like that. Everybody said that because I was always burning both in the county. I'll play basketball and I go out all all night to six o'clock. In the morning Trotta Price Tim I actually practiced. I was doing if like three straight with the Bulls and our function. I was very functional. Alcoholics not worked out a lot that what really saved me. I work out so much all day long my dentist to foresee yeah well. I ain't GonNa die like that. So after the ninety eight season I went to Vegas one time at Morongo casino all my friends and my friends it to look as what what are you looking at. He said look at the what they call it a when the sports. I don't know what that's called. Force pagodas call you names of the. Oh Shit my name's Walter..
"dennis rodman" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Now's the time where I contemplate on trying to go on the other side of the road not thought about that. We all have the option and the freedom to do that. We want like they say. Curiosity killed the cat. If you WANNA WANNA go that go they don't go there ship product welcome to the show. I'm Jordan Harbinger as always always I'm here with producer Jason to Filipo on the Jordan Harbinger show we decode the stories secrets and skills of the world's most brilliant and interesting people and turn their wisdom into practical practical advice that you can use to impact your own life and those around you today a basketball player with five championship rings among many other awards awards who data Madonna married himself before joining the NBA Hall of fame and has made news headlines for his wild antics which include heading to North Korea to hang out with Kim Jong and I'm not even sure where to start with today's guest the worm Mr Dennis Rodman. This is a guy who quit basketball in high school when he was five foot nine shorter than me hits a growth spurt to six eight. Weil homeless by the way decides to play and becomes one of the greatest players of all time his origin story. Though is it different in case entirely. His sisters dressed up as a woman as kids. He was bullied all the time. Today's show is a tale of one of the most iconic and unique characters in America got. It's a story of hardship and heartbreak of opportunity and victory. I mean what can I say. It's Dennis Rodman. Let's get into it by the way how did I meet Dennis Dennis Rodman through my network and teaching you how to network for both personal and professional reasons get after it. six-minute networking is at Jordan harbinger dot com slash of course and it's free by the way most of the guests on the show they subscribe to the course and the newsletter so come join us and you'll be in great company in the meantime here is Dennis Rodman enjoy this. This one's a little crazy but yeah I grew up watching you play for Detroit and we would play we all had Rodman Jerseys in boy scouts and we play basketball after the meeting. Where did you live out. There Actually Bloomfield hills okay. I lived in Troy Twelve Mall. Yeah right down the street okay. What was your favorite restaurant while you were out there John Lewis John Lewis so you said in your book. Don't let what other people think decide who you are and it sounds like you decided to live your life by that too. I think a lot of if people do that now twenty four inch trying to have independent minds speak freely and try to have a different reason different voice around the world now so basically trying to pay attention was they and not what's going on the world so I'm going to join US live thirty years is coming to light now and the fact that people actually followed that Lee for some reason why I think now how people are with their wives the idea especially people who are in the spotlight that there's money to be made by controlling other people's behavior. I mean that's what social media does does by me. Dave Chapelle bounced and when you ask them about that story he tells you about iceberg slim ever see that clip notes talks about iceberg slim and how he used to control control women as a pin and he's like I can't say it directly but here's the story about how pimps operate and that's why I went to Africa and it's like you have to be free you but it it's not something that comes naturally to most of us. I think like you said instagram social media outlets to try to voice their opinion because you hide behind behind our technology if for us up visual is a different story because people change the frame of false when you talk face to face when you don't technology. It's easy to do one thing. Put an image out. There and people seem to believe it until faith when you have the ability to reach the people that you've got a recent tune in a very sincere away and very visual way and I'm very carried away. It's very difficult to communicate with people doing Internet and social media but I guess that's the window world works now. I know you're up in social media. People can't see it right now. There's like eight plus people in here staring at us right now and taking videos counting the person who's making sure you don't Overdo Louisana alive. That's right Dennis Rodman influence her Hashtag in I know you said you don't remember much of of your childhood and Fatah when you were three years yourself said I became very needy and very shy. Obviously that's changed changed a lot but you still got the sunglasses. Oh what's up with glasses. I love you know sometimes harassed effect that you don't really want to see the way they are. What do you mean by that. I learned is the highway years ago. You know I saw the worst one class because I've seen too many rely on my face so more sunglasses. It's hard to look at people what Hoti howdy really are so. I really don't communicate visualize. I hear this all day long but you know most of the time when people talk to you face to face pretty much. It's bullshit so we if people are stolen by carrying and stuff like that you could understand that but the time when people talk to you about business about this that most information from you order ready to sit there review from you and try to use that against you and the world's have been like that these days because a lot of people would take ideas from you now spend your face the next day they said your friend and that's the way the worst working now you know. People don't really care about people no more. It's about individual ship now. When did you come to that realization and now for a long time now having a voice of reason that people are actually listening to me now because no one's ever heard me speak by that people humi playing basketball people hear me going career people hear me. Don't all this other stuff what people don't ever hear me speak out to anything so now. It's more like okay great nice time to come out and say real coup. Shit Shit that people can relate to and I think since bill that whole image about me being free independent doing this doing that people listen to the voice of all what he's been doing all these years now. Now people are saying wow. We never knew that you do that. You sale this but you had any deaths with. This wild partying yeah well. You do have that reputation reputation yeah back in the day. You started off as a janitor at an airport and this whole incident where you decide to grab some watches. Is You just gave them away to friends still watch us from some. I don't know Hudson News or whatever and you gave him away your friends that wasn't you needed the money that wasn't as an anything but sounded like maybe people pleasing a little bit. That's pretty much what you know like I said when you have friends at project ghetto and you try to sit to make people happy S. One okay great and you see other people doing things that you want to do. You just let see monkey do monkey monkeys. Doing something you want to engage is so basically and what happened to me. I got caught up in that whole system as far as they doing it. What can I do it so I did. It stowe's watch Pixel fifty fifty five number it came to my mind is I just want to give away to my friends in school so I did that. Give them away in school next thing you know knock on the door cops. I expect that you know being dumb and naive and I know they had cameras in the airport. It's like okay this free shit okay. Let's take all all okay great. They're not gonNA notice notice. You know what I said Dumb Criminals I wanNa van so they took jail and luckily for me. They went to high school and he's got all the washes. That's so lucky 'cause they dropped the charges. I wonder why they control this. Oh yeah did that scare the crap that would scare me being jail at that age jill. I uh I was at Fort. Jill not the real airport. They took me to the airport jail small guy. I think it was eighteen tissue. We see images that mugshot fray little kid right like in trouble. Nelson this lost now and then when I got my mother and have no money give me out. She said we gotta stay in there because they have no money shit. You know so. I'm in jail for a few days. She was the money so some things that are as I was walking to the courthouse steps the Laurie. We came down. They dropped the charges and out of that when he dropped the charges my mother driving home well. We'll have to put you out because working. Yeah take that Dumb Shit. Ah Don't go to jail. Drop the charges. GonNa be put in the streets right. Your mom was like all right. You're out Josie out. You're sleeping in the park behind the seven eleven sleeping with at friend's places. You're literally home was at this point. What was that time like for you. I those who but it was a cool at the time but I started to get so used to it. You know get do some like media chores and stuff like that like wash cars for like two or three bucks go to seven eleven toxin boxes to try something like that for five bucks. I was it's like gin used to it. I was like happy fuck. I was happy so I could see my friends who play ball everyday vice. Write down. How old were you at that time in Nineteen nineteen. Did you think could be homeless forever so this is policy that part. You didn't see that part convicted for you thought maybe this is my life from here out when I Celeste Track and field and then we're on track and field and we'll see guys running like hurdles aren't doing that I would go. I watched that Aguas and trying a lot of emily so you're doing sprints and seven eleven parking lot pretty much everywhere. I went star trying to emulate what I saw on TV and stuff. I just talk visualizing. I wish I can do the squat and do it and came to my mind. I was going to come out to be like this well. I don't think that yeah I don't think anybody could envision that at that point. What were you trying. They do become a track and field athletes or something like that is like I just like to what they're doing. You know those same fun to do since I was like hyper kid anyways. I let run all the time like most kids. Dude runs is be crazy but I want to do something to accomplish like sports wise. I Love Sports. I didn't watch basketball. We didn't even watch basketball. You Watch football. Oh Wow do you.
Dennis Rodman claims Madonna offered him $20 million for a baby
"Dennis Rodman says Madonna offer them to our twenty million to hunt me what about eleven twenty million is the life for a baby claims that Madonna wanted his baby so badly that she offered that amount to get her pregnant robin offered up Madonna's quests for rabbits baby on one oh five once that was needed to get the one of five point one the breakfast club saying he even put a Las Vegas dice table on hold the hop on a plane to visit me down in New York after she called to say that she was actually. story is bizarre and woefully predictable for Madonna was also right. I know that's the thing about it is like I'm like this actually par for the course for both of them so it's on all cylinders. about how I mean no no I do you know. a sudden finished okay thank you.
"dennis rodman" Discussed on The Jump
"Is so we all we all got a good product so all over over to promoting the second memory so I got business interests and opportunities absolute so anyways so breath is Scott Scott his son not bill. Your son is out of Washington state next. I love seeing you guys together. It is so much fun to sit around and talk about all times and it's just I know it's a special for everyone out there as it is for us at the jump so thank you guys both for gone down. Memory related appreciated tonight. Rodman for better or worse debuts at nine o'clock. Espn you guys got to stick with us because we got more in the show. There's still more stuff definitely talking about Dennis. I'm just thrilled. Thank you so much could. WNBA playoff tipping off tomorrow double header on ESPN two the Phoenix Mercury had taken on the Chicago Sky at eastern seven central van the links links battling the storm you can also stream games live on the ESPN APP and we are now joined by our front office insider Mr Amine Alhassan the shoes grew up in New York and I used to hate your tennis all yeah well yellow person everyone that I hated going to watching like when I made the when I meet them. Good people funny how that works. I I WANNA get back to the Kevin durant interview. WSJ magazine because that's making huge waves today in addition to the stuff talked about earlier in the show he also weighed in on his time in Oklahoma the city he recounted quote venomous toxic environment in that first game back right when he returned to okay see in February of two thousand seventeen noting how many employees of the team I didn't speak to him and how a video surface of thunder fans firing bullets into a number thirty five Durant Jersey here's his reaction he said quote on never be attached after that city again because the fast I eventually wanted to come back to that city be part of the community and the organization but I don't trust nobody there that plank must have been fixed what they were doing organization the GM. I talked none of those. People even had a nice exchange with those people since I left. I mean what do you make of S. Reaction from Kevin well the bullets and the Jersey thing that's that is extreme and that would be something that I think any of us would be. I don't know if I can go back because that's a level in the article about hatred disguises fandom. That's not fandom. Th that's something else that's going on but as far as the organization thing I'm a little surprised is a he surprised because he was there he knows that's the number one cult in the NBA more than Miami more than San Antonio in terms of us against the world either with us or against us here so to kind of expect everyone to come back with open arms. That's not what that organization is about. They've never been about that. They've always been about Oklahoma City Thunder Thunder and particularly when you talk about he mentioned equipment managers. He's a working people. These are working people working salaries. They can't afford to be nice. ISO- Kevin and then get a call from San Presi about Yeah Mondays your last day so I don't I don't I was a little shocked. He was surprised by that reaction. Iowa or less shock. I think he's GonNa regret some things that he said as a player the organization didn't put any scars on him whatever he saw the fans doing you know you can't penalize organization and really you can't penalize the city with some individuals doing everybody net city was never always he's his fan so you have to understand that from a player's standpoint and don't really buying to a lot of the stuff that you see spacial and social media today because if you're watching and now you also mean into it then they're going to continue to do it. It does build on a self. I do want to say this real quick before we go to break again is with regret that we have some sad news to share a better member of the cavaliers and the NBA family cavs play by play announcer. Fred McLeod died on Monday night. He was a broadcaster for the Pistons in the eighties nineties but he's most known for calling games for the cavaliers. Since two thousand six McLeod had been a staple of of cavs broadcasts. He called Games during the cavs run to all four consecutive finals earlier this decade. This video was amazing. His wife Beth shot. This was him calling the championship in in two thousand sixteen and you can see he breaks down in tears at the end of this. That's how invested he was in this sport and this league people connected to the cavs have been sharing their emotions today. Lebron James tweeting man what Oh my God this is extremely sad. Fred may rest in paradise my friend. Beth prayers up to you and your family Kevin Love tweeting leading in part shocked and saddened to hear about the loss of Fred McLeod Fred worked his ass off for the city of Cleveland and the NBA praying and sending my best to his wife. Beth and the kids McLeod is survived by his wife. Beth he survived by his three children. He was sixty seven years old and he will be very missed. The jump will be right back it hanging out with Pablo here in a few minutes to discuss whether officials almost cost to win. Did the raiders prove they don't actually need Antonio Brand Wise Kevin Mitterrand telling us he hates the NBA sometime and does the NFL have an aggressive fan problem stay to Wednesday morning on ESPN into the US taken on France and the Fiba World Cup quarter-final seven am eastern look into move onto the semi's and now on the job Argentina Tina Serbia out of the World Cup with a ninety seven eighty seven thirty nine year old Luis Scola leading team with twenty points. Serbia had the second the best odds to win the World Cup and won. I mean has them was talking all kinds of smack yesterday they would be. It's not it's true but that's that's why you've got to play the the game. You can't say well. I'll just went to play them. I know you've got some other good teams here. I'm not talking Smith. I'm scared to this is a good thing to happen for the team. USA Yvonne because the NBA is banning Ninja style headwear this season. I love that that's a sentence I get to say from my job. Teams were notified of the new policy back in May leak spokesman. Mike Mike Bassett quote teams have raised concerns regarding safety with this decision Scotty. I love the new rule. Go back to the old school. Oh baby corn wait what the court worried read about. They were getting by them and their network it back make them cut the heritage leak. That's different. Thank thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you Dennis. Robin wants thirty tonight..
"dennis rodman" Discussed on The Jump
"Is this really are this big image building campaign who is the real. Dennis Rodman the force of nature that he was was he was Jimi Hendrix Wilt Chamberlain. Rodman turned the Indian upside down on his head. You never think back and say to yourself now. Dennis Rodman brought to you certainly never welcome welcome to special edition of the job. I'm Rachel Nichols alongside you know six time champion Scotty Pippin Tain Hall of Famer and Star of our latest. ESPN films thirty for thirty Rodman for better or worse Mr Dennis Rodman the bad guys here first of all you got to show off. Why wearing this Jersey can you stand up from the USA? Hey My god God you love on part of this. I just do an interview of press for this thirty for thirty. You said you think the best one two punch in basketball ever from the beginning to up to including now was this man and Michael. Oh man come on video so these guys won't last twenty years. I mean Scott got praise absolute auto what you WanNa talk about the the first year that we pretty much hooked up. I think it was at eighty eighty seventy and uncover the championship game and the one thing they came on and said Lescot into way yes migraine headaches. I don't even think about that. I plan to mysterious on his return to to be the dominant force in the NBA but him once. These guys got on a roll. They kicked pretty much if you can't beat them and that's really special for me. I love that the two of you were here together. It's really nice for me too. I was a college intern at the Chicago Sun Times. I was nineteen years old when I first met these guys guys during that second three peat and Dennis and I were talking in the green room before the show these guys talk to me like I was a real person not just a nineteen year old girl and all of that and the respect you guys showed me help me feel like this was a job I could do so it meant so much to me to have you guys together. It always means so much to me to have Scotty here with us to V able to revive and talk about some of those times we're going to do throughout. This show is going to be so much fun. Buckle up. Stay with US coming up. We're also GONNA talk a little general well and the because I'm going to ask Dennis about their reactions to telling. WSJ magazine that some days he hates the circus of the NBA. I I can tell you about circus arcus when these guys were going around in ninety eight but we'll talk about the first though let's go back to the film Rodman for better or worse which debuts tonight on ESPN nine o'clock eastern earns set alarm you have because this is so good that is what motivated you to tell this story through vision of Director Todd Campus Doc- and the voice of Jamie Jamie Fox I have no clue people knew a lot about me of course in the years and stuff like that is mortar just two more to show people that I'm just not gonNA tandem. There's not a loan back service clown or a cartoon a more than at a more of an individual that was pretty much. didn't have any motivation to be in social situations appentice fourth avenue to to show people that I am something different you know homeless bent living in the projects purpose in life and I think people going to see in the beginning that there was no purpose and Dan ask progress. Stay start to happen for me. A lot of these thought to have an after took place but this Daca Michigan so different at any documentaries for sports this going to touch a lot of people especially with the journalists generally today. This won't touch a lot of people I mean. There's so much you learn in this documentary value you touch on being homeless. I didn't. I know that you were homeless for two years after junior college right before right so this was nineteen years old that kind of thing your mom kicked you out of the House. You're living on the street with garbage bag. Thank you didn't know your father. I knew that you had no ninety. Thank Scott Arkansas Yeah Right. I I follow Dennis career and I think he was one of the guys that Kinda helped motivate me coming from a small school and knowing that I can make it to the NBA well he came out of Southeast Oklahoma great rebounder and I followed him and realized then that I had an opportunity to play at the next level just because of his hard work and his hunger and his journey that he had been through absolutely and and it's funny to see that journey through the bad boys once we see you in this documentary amen rate because the Bab was to us. We're like oh he fit in great with the bad boys but I wanNA know how the Guy I then saw at the beginning of this documentary who was shot right who we didn't have anything. How did you fit in with the bad boy. Pistons Scott Shelby came out the MP's college yeah the last job. I think this guy really fit it in with the bad boys is because he was a winner. He was the leader and his basketball asking ball. IQ is off the charts and I had an opportunity to experience playing alongside him Everyone knows that you know he was so you know part of a great team but they didn't realize how great rebounded being this was when he was with the bad boys you know a a lot of his individual skills never really stood out but you know when he was able to come and join us with the Bulls. We not only got the greatest rebound of all time but we got basketball player. That had a very high basketball. IQ And he knew how to win. It wasn't about just the leaders in Detroit but they had a great piece here guy that was hungry and wanted to be known at the end of the day as we know now he just casually Ashley dropped that greatest rebounder of all time you know he calls you. The grote Scott pretty good. I want to show a clip from the film which talks about the mentality talent the bad boys and how they treated opposing players like Oh. I don't know Scotty Pippin a unique Dennis Rodman's playing style was for the NBA in the late eighties agents in Detroit a one of a kind mentality one that would eventually give them the label. The bad boys defined what the Pistons were all about. How in the air we were about disruption emotionally psychologically physically but the main thing that we want to do was really crush in destroy destroy? You mentally put fear in a lot of people. This is GonNa hit pretty much complete us. Here's quietest ride but what's perspective. The bad boys was a moniker to a lot of guys on the Pistons. James Dennis Rodman was quarter terrace thought it may have been reflection from when he was younger and he got bullied around the can now go on the court and it'd be that tough Guy Jordan. He loved everything about that very insulated us against the world mentality that the Pistons had as we say tell the kids today Scotty. Can you tell the kids today just how vicious it was on the court between the bad boys and that Chikako Bull's team in the early years because you see little clips here. I don't think people who weren't watching basketball. Fan Really get what it was like now. It was a different game. I mean we see today's game in relationships of how these players have grown together and and came up in the grass. Russo basketball whereas the the players that played in the late nineties in on back there were no relationships absolutely and we didn't have any out on the basketball court we hadn't passed. He's nowhere in our career. Maybe in college but it it was never that line of communication to build a relationship unless the guy was your team so the the rivalries back then they were they were real and there were there with no love on the Basketball Court you had to know that basketball was you were being talented in every way in the basketball game physically physically mentally all that was a huge part of the game wasn't just about being able to shoot the basketball but is was about being able to take a lot of a lot the environment on the court between you guys especially between you get what was it like when you guys were going against each other on and off the court to never ending conversation that because it was a love hate relationship but it was one of those things we're coming up in an eastern conference and mango was trying to be Boston Chicago attention but little did we know the more we was getting. The more hundred day was getting so they was right behind us but once we got past Boston Chicago Bulls Scottie that was missing link forty two of them would Michael Jordan but turned at a particular time is nine thousand nine hundred nineteen ninety but I think they figured out what to join born his some weights got mental health experts of the game down and figure how we really try to commit ed attacked him but they have something up their sleeves besides the play mental games and I'm GonNa play a quick game. We'll play the AZURE game. Play the smooth game they they played all of it and we know how to handle that what was the mental back and forth between you guys on on the court. What was the mental warfare bill written behind and you had pretty much. Those two guys are pretty much enforces. I was pretty much the guy out to disentangle the hell out of you. Just go to Nick pitchy to hold time doing this doing it but I picked up the mentality is for us like okay. Great became beat. Them beat him ahead. No I mean they didn't do too much talking talking. I mean to to look back at that time. It was really about the Detroit. Pistons really dominated US mentally physically we were able the catch up but it was a mental aspect that we had to kind of get over to be able to get up to the floor and take command and get up up and knock you free throws down but understand that we can play that same game on the other hand. Don't give in layups protect our paint because that's it's what winning basketball was like back in the late eighties and going into the nineties. You didn't give up layup so those those eighty point games were were were real and those points were earned and not given when you did finally beat them and the Pistons are walking off not saying there's. Oh congratulations wasn't was it fun. It wasn't fun. They beat ours and we put our tails between our legs and we had no choice. Look down and say you know what you got us. Who people of all places you lose it hold a cargo. Did you realize in that moment that that was what it felt like for them. No no I really because you know simply that teams pride was so high and they didn't think that they could be defeated. They feel like their style of play was. GonNa run a lot longer than it did but to beyond this they not down all the dominoes for us yes. They were our biggest talent. They knocked us out a lot of times but the Boston the Celtics was really a team that you know they didn't really stand in the way because you know it was about the Pistons and if you're able to beat the Pistons you pretty much go championship. Hey Yeah you certainly did you got you got three then but then you got some more with this guy coming up or take a very quick break but Scott is going to tell Alice in the next segment what it was like inside the Bulls Locker Room when they found out oh one of those bad boys. They're joining your team. Stick around..
"dennis rodman" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"Face with green hair. I knew assign existed. I'll oppressed by every day. That's me and people outside out they cars on rails ticket pictures of this this and this is crazy and it was like before that my picture was there there was Michael Scottie and then when I got there it was Michael Scott in Dennis a couple of months. It became just me Oh man. I figured it sounded like you've been Michael. A citizen cargo earlier that one year was one you maybe six months. I was bigger but now if mauling I didn't take it that way but I I S- I said yes I did. I was bigger microphone minute. Is He. The greatest player you've ever seen I think he's probably the greatest flare grays individual in the sport of basketball economy. I think him Scotty I sell Magic Agit Bird Charles Barkley I mean just to name a few acumen Lajoie David Rawson. I mean I could go on and on but it's like Mike a a pianist. the fact that heating kill wanted to he's going to win. I think he showed for issue. Lee He came out like what what what and he's for a solo act in Chicago. Nobody knew how to handle Michael by himself and I think that the people around who was more like here and moved away with morning when you see him and the way he was like so this graceful at the ball selectively shot he looked good when he thought he looked great when he did a layup it was more like spectometry twist to would and it's like Oh this guy here and then when I got to the team with more like okay great great he's still he's still one way he stood up past the love and stuff like that and I looked I looked at him. I I can play for they'll look on ratio. Guess his next uh-huh Scottie Pippen Pretty Cool Guy Right there. They have to want the best one two punch in my book. The one two punch and he goes want's. GonNa Learn how to play the position his role would Michael. I stopping the best Tannin wherever I thought Joe Dumars Isiah was these two guys they re revolutionized the the the the point four six six six eight six nine yeah. They were specialist soups. He would just lose. He doesn't even like Jello like what the hell he coming down doing this doing doing. I'm doing this doing that. I'm coming down on the leads and just watching the clapping the whole time I got to great plains behind the championship. I WanNa just WANNA know what makes Dennis Rodman Hatton today today. It makes you happy. What makes me Happy Jackie. What makes me happy. People always want to hear that question now. What makes you have it in US L. A. Time tagging and I'll give it on this story as far as getting a documentary. That was the towers the car you late at night this you did. I used to call. Oh you late at night. People don't notice guys who just call her late at night with a husband and you know same thing but those herb in France for a long time and the UFC helped me a lot in those days you have been a lot of people don't know this either and when I was down when I was out when I was depressed lonely you always always. F- either pick up the phone with tired of what he was had a mon.. Dave you always except for me and picked up the phone and I and you always said whenever you need 'em time you're lonely sad. It's called me. I beat up for you and you've been in the whole alltime even today. We have something more or than a fly here. In this beautiful sunshine he came out of overseas even do this interview me shows a lot for me. The fact that you still out the thirty years thirty years you still have the love and that's what I was talking. Talk about this whole interviews at that's the thing I miss the most effect that I see people like you. I see that right there. Just this open we offer so while they're back the love and talking about right here and people don't understand that tastes to embrace someone in your life when you the cinnamon longtime it's more more of more love and more motion and said. I can't believe back and and that's that's a great story you know when I talked to a couple of a couple of weeks ago. I was GONNA friend. Remember we. She's a call me to talk to her late late night. She helped me out she still does she like me. I'm salting long time and I was. I was just so happy ever got the phone with you and call down. I said that goes to be so cool awesome. How do you do that. How did you get this stuff like that. I was a kid. I heard you don't do this interview he just said you put nobody personally. You don't WanNa do anything the shop did you did this and pity buying the world but you used to and I said Yes yes so I appreciate you doing this. The time we today I want to ask you one thing before we will be okay fair enough one thing you can't let the whole world. ESPN were no no about technical care everyone on notice because there's a overstate is. I want to write my book my next book not my last next book but the trials and tribulations and be the Gouden Abed about Dennis Rodman in North Korea right. I wanted to write that book from me. I wanted to go to North Korea and Spurs then release soon I have Kim done actually bring bring it back and so decided that country I country now won't write that book and so my experience about Dennis Rodman right there book bestseller guarantee that all right so no vascular involved life like all right Dennis. Thank you thirty for thirty for better for worse the title art I like the Better Dennis Rodman not the worst in Connecticut thing going connected the Bristol Bristol headquarters on yeah mothership mothership. Now I've been invited. Me Can't be the headquarters.
"dennis rodman" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"Read by high podcast listeners at the Andrew from Brian Windhorst hoop collected on this episode. Jackie macmullan sits down with Dennis Rodman for a one on one conversation in advance of his thirty for thirty documentary Rodman for better or worse. Rodman talks about his childhood L. Hood his playing days and his struggles with trying to be a good father. This is the audio version of the full interview that you can find on. ESPN's youtube you page also Jackie has written piece that you can find ESPN DOT COM now here's Jackie macmullan and Dennis Rodman so I've known you a long time and I thought I knew almost everything about you and I was wrong but I did not know a lot of things about your childhood and are you grew up and I'm wondering like how you survive a lot of that. remember some of my childhood. I think a lot of people remind me of so many things I've done what I was young but not that many people I really don't talk to my mother much frankly pharmacy the documentary my sister's. I'll talk to them much but if anything I had had to do my childhood I read on too much about it came and went came to but sometimes there's damage that comes from that perio- life right that you carry with you all of us or is this is difficult because when you live in a situation like that like most athletes in the sixties the kids in the sixties and early seventies really don't have any rush on even at any avenues to to floor you know because your mindset is more like like what you do in your surrounded and living in the projects together as small like for fine you pretty much go and kick rocks lakes tax play hopscotch with anything that has to do with dirt. Iraq we have to play with because we had no tortoise and stuff like that. I think a lot of people will see this interview and said I relate to that because that was like that was l let outlet to to enjoy something fun. But what if you take yesteryear the sixties to now. It's just a whole different. Hold them as a person was like me or anyone. That's this force figures that lives in the sixties communist from the sixties to this no one. I didn't think other would be in jail a drug dealer or be dead those my options. There was no option play video games option. We'll we'll hit Jack. In the box McDonalds. There was the Watterson factor for anyone so basit Ali Robbie still or be a drug dealer so is there was no mindset for me to try to think of any other way to get out but you did. You did get out well. It was it was difficult. It was ever look it up on a under the circumstance so one of the things I didn't know was I knew when you were young that your dad wasn't around and that's zealous status. I can't recall anything about him. Whoever yes I saw him one time my life at one time one time was in the Philippines. I think four years ago the first one I saw the second time I saw I saw him in Chicago and in Nineteen Ninety seven was planned in Utah Jazz and I was going to practice practice at the Burleson and I was leaked mealy knows going into into the gate and his blog I run into my the truck and I'm like you know trying to talk to you told young you talk to you later prices as let you know that your father oh I mean there's the blue route. Oh come on. I gotta deal with this this stuff today. I couldn't even focus. I'm late for prices. Talk to you later and I think it's just a fan coming to me and I go to practice. I don't even think about it when I'm surprised I didn't think whatever so come out of practice my truck and this guy wants back too much work set of your father you know I said I don't care what what have you think so we go. Go Go home and get ready for the game for tonight. Then I guess it a game I go go with with lanting so we go and playing a game then all of a sudden they call a timeout walking back to the bench and I happened to look up. I mean what what's going on up there and said do that. That's your father who your father. I said no he just up our grass and doing interviews all right great. I'm still thinking host and all right great so when the game was going back to the locker room and the reporter said that you know your father was here note. Did you know that he would a book about you. I said no nope. It was a bestseller. I said No. I don't feel like a big job because this guy came out of blue and he's my father right now. We're seeing this guy before and but it was you feel this guy. That was never there now. You're multi all time million dollar athlete and he's signing autographs in writing books but in both the I think that if you get with historian I think he has like sixteen wives. He has sixteen wives. I think forty nine cues and also I mart suppose the forest one and I didn't we know that to someone told me and and it is funny how Pearl Listen My life. It's gone up and we get to endeavour with this as you know it was going to run a board when my my my bring but it's a trip that you know that this guy is coming to say he's my fault. I've never seen this man and he said that you know I just WanNa say hello to you whatever so so used to having a fallout thirty years thirty seven years you know it's a little late little eight right so that's terrible terrible. I'm used to I was used to it. I was used to the fact that you're used to it. Is I think the thing about this documentary that it really struck me was just wanted someone to like you. I it's so funny that you said Jackie every day yesterday and this this is the thing that hurts me. That's the only thing to say about me. Came into this guy took it came into. It isn't even get emotional understand. I think the only thing people don't get that this documentary and that that they they look at me and said while all you wanna be loved. You didn't WANNA money. He didn't uh-huh fame. He didn't want anything. Just wasn't minded bottom fight bad. I've ever seen the documents but I'm pretty sure that's what it is and because that's my whole life stories about you know more like than ever farther than have really have a mother. She wasn't really attentive to us like that and Emma says that she love does anything like that a lot of people in the world that they lived in those in those pure time when when I'm talking about it's very difficult we have three four jobs and all us can yell Diet and never had anyone hunky documentary documentary. Documentary is GonNa show guess the fact that I guess the pains and all the jubilation I went through this tunnel up to just be involving society is evident. If you look at this this documentary and say I never played the game I played a sport for money and I say that live documentary commensurate. I never play from one that I wanted to play. I loved it loved it and it just gave me an outlet before I looked at the fact that I'm I'm living in projects. I'm not dead. I'm not disappointed that I don't have a bunch of kids and I said as someone who had their hands on my shoulder as growing on a because I could've went the wrong direction and be something that serves no cared about love. The reason I think appropriate to be here. I mean literally purpose. What do you think that purpose is to figure that out. I thank that out for a lot of demons has been at was alcohol. Everyone knows that so so the other one's more like you know. The show you see in public is is different. Show you see in private. You know I always try to tell myself and try to remind myself why I'm still here and why I'm need to be here and some are contradict myself a lot because I show a good light in public. I showed a a bad person behind closed doors and people look at me as this great athlete is great individual that does all these great things on the world but the other party specs elite this other guys is totally different and small myself. Geoff Allott about grade on my kids. I love this I do that. I do that and and beat myself up because I'm just telling myself all these lies and I go on to publish. It is okay great. I'm just persona and I'M GONNA. I'm not GonNa see Documentary and people will look at me to say I'm probably one of the few out these on the planet that TV in this fred his whole heart just honestly I just saved and people actually like me for that and I think there's a refreshing for me to do this to the world say hey what you see is what you get but you know. We all have demons. We all have things we have to handle and take your up but I think the only team or not really have these days the premise applicable a lot of these things in life and it only major major demon. I have right now is trying to convince myself that I good bad. I said we're smart enough. So what are you doing to make sure you're a good dad and that's hard for me something very hard for me to try to to to break out of that cycle and you. It's too late. Is that what you think is one of those things where I never had any want to ever do that to me and I think sometimes we doing it for somebody else and annoying affected. That's my challenge my wife my mother. My sister and it's like it's hard for me. This gravitate to people like close to and is this difficult even to inside a love them and I mean when my kids say it's Okay Dan you can hug as you can touch mishear because it burns me up hers so much had to go home. It's water review in just and try to plans my solo so you can do this you can do you can do this and say so you can do. This and I'm like Oh my God you know say okay. I'm GonNa do this and that's my last my my daughter Chicago the last time she said my wife said you can you can take your time. Just take your time and I'll get beat up so much about myself. She's a dentist you know. I don't want anything from you. Dennis anything. It's not Bob Media who is by kids. I it was wrong now. What do they need. They don't need anything they want. They want they want you to be in their lives and I'm like I'm and I've seen eighteen eighteen years. They never say that to always you know something something they want and and I just got so attached to that is more like okay great which guys want okay great and then material. I think the material things but it's not bad kids. That's one thing that I back his is his. I'm so used a here in that those things about okay. Can you give me is can you give him an F for. Everybody and it's hard to sit in separate my cues from other people because all these years. I've been giving supplying line and on demand still fight that I really haven't had any time to be a father. He was trying to be a dad. I'm trying to anything significant to something that's important. You have always figured I Dennis Dennis Dennis Problem Okay Great. I don't think on the big big cheese of the hunter around the world but it's like I'm so used to being. There's no one in my life. Is this helping me out in the wants to to help me to come and love me. This actually really just sit okay great. Wait let me sit down dinners. I actually like you. You love me. I want to be to cure another happen. Even to this day. This is difficult to really adjust and adapt to doc and see tow. It's wife last night. She told her that that she didn't WanNa. See My jerseys anything about beat anymore while I didn't even rack to it. I pretty much look at it whereas I'm so used to it. I suspect expect that way. There's a way to reconnect with your children. Pick them up and take him for a drive. Don't give them anything. Just take him for the drive. Does he say for you to say check. It is even a great mother. Well you know it's hard to be a parent..
Penny Marshall, Dennis Rodman And Howard Stern discussed on Lori and Julia
"Just hurt his Howard Stern interview. And he he's kind of a wackadoo, but he's kind of an interesting guy. Like just as story. Yes. They were friends penny Marshall and Dennis Rodman, and she'd been working on this for six years. Dennis Rodman called penny Marshall asking her to take on this project after working with another director so patiently penny
Penny Marshall was working on her Dennis Rodman documentary just hours before she died
Lou Williams, Los Angeles Clippers And Houston Rockets discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"The Los Angeles Clippers or eight and five on this season, the Los Angeles Clippers it's very very early. It's only thirteen games in we understand that. But that's still should not take away from the job that we're watching Doc Rivers do with this team laser, gentlemen. I am feign this kid Montrose. Herro he is the closest thing to Dennis Rodman that exist in the NBA today in terms of his activity on the court, particularly on the defensive side of the floor blocking shots rebounding defending on a perimeter rebound. Some more running on a break the activity of this guy. What is something special to behold? This guy could play on my team any day of the week. I love what he does for the Los Angeles Clippers right now. And I gotta tell you something. I don't think it was washed but Houston to lose somebody like him. I really really don't. I really don't when you want to know what's going on with the Houston Rockets. And while they're struggling so much. Don't look at Carmelo Anthony. Look at the absence of Trevor reason, the lapses of Luke embar muti the absence of Montreal's herald, look at that they come talk to me. And the ashes of just as diligent the physical ordanation who abruptly retired. But now has decided to come back after you handle family matters, probably around thanksgiving. He'll be back those four components that are pivotal to your defensive prowess that you enjoy last year as the Houston Rockets, would you the number six defense in the entire NBA? So there are more who I am a fan of who has been a guest on this show who I think has done a magnificent job as executive and as the GM and the president operation for the Houston Rockets. He might have dropped the ball on this a little bit. Nobody's perfect. But we gotta look at it from that perspective. Nevertheless, that's not my point Montrose Herro. And Lou Williams sixth man of the year this brother special, and I'll tell you right now somebody needs to arrest somebody on the clippers that because this guy Lou Williams getting only eight million a year. I want to know who is aging is. I wanna knows age this even though I really really do know. But I'm not gonna bring his name up on the end. 'cause I don't wanna get in the way of any business. I will say this to the agent of Lou Williams eight million a year for this guy in this NBA economy. Lou Williams is worth it least double that. Double Louis should be getting fifteen to sixteen million a year will what he gives you off the bitch foot, Los Angeles because it's not like he can't start. It's just that. He's so affective off the bitch. Why would a good thing? But Lou Williams can ball, flip plain simple. I want the ball in his hands around money, Tom because most often more often than not he finishes. I love Lou Williams. So I want to point that out. He's underpaid. He's not under appreciated 'cause the clippers level, but he is under paid.
KFC chooses 'Seinfeld' star Jason Alexander as newest 'Colonel Sanders'
"Friday night in campus Loves loves loves the song her favorite song now our producer whatever happened her He will be back Let's all pray is. Often leaves off today Blaine is trying his best to fill, in. By the way Michael you need to get out more what Why is that suburbs like the rest of you Phillies Manhattan, over. Here I am a west village. Weenie That's, what I am a city boy is skipper. Calls KFC is a new Colonel Sanders this is. Cute yes it is none other than George Costanza Jason Alexander the. Actor and comedian very fine Broadway performer he is going to be playing Colonel Sanders in the KFC ads now other. People have played Colonel Sanders in the past including. Billy Zane Darrell Hammond and MRs Colonel Sanders REBA? Mcentire I didn't know. That she was a Colonel Sanders You know the actor Steven Seagal right now Now is? He a Russian. Citizen, or he's an honorary I think so anyway he's been appointed as a some kind of thing is, some kind of ambassador not an ambassador Russia but he's now he's trying to smooth over relations between the United States and Russia, Russia's sending him to be. A. Goodwill. Ambassador Dennis, Rodman to him here yeah okay so anyway James corden on his late late show had. Something to say about. That over the weekend Russia announced that actor Steven, Seagal has been named a special Cultural. Representative.
Russia enlists action star Steven Seagal as a special envoy to the US
"He's ain't Darrell Hammond and MRs Colonel Sanders REBA mcentire. I didn't know that she was Sanders. Okay. You know the actor Steven Seagal right now. Now is he a Russian citizen or he's an honorary? I think so. Anyway, he's been appointed a some kind of thing. Some kind of ambassador, none of them Bassett or Russia, but he's now he's trying to smooth over relations between the United States and Russia Russia's sending him to be a good will bass, like Dennis Rodman to him here. Yeah. Okay. So anyway, James corden on his late late show had something to say about that over the weekend. Russia announced that actor. Steven Seagal has been named a special Cultural Representative, which we Russia and the United States. The announcement was released directly to DVD Segalla cultural ambassador what were some of those a highbrow movies that he? Made. You see any of those Len no but I once, I was standing in line with him An NBC event he's a large guy action whatever guy did he say anything you not really? Did. He recognize you know I don't remember all that's hurtful Yeah well whatever and finally watching the Kardashians even for sixty seconds makes you insensitive to the poor. You're exposed to materialistic media, glamor fame luxury wealth accumulation and you turn your backs on the, people who, have nothing makes. Your rotten person Let me, come back lots. Headlines we got sanctions against Iran Rosie singing show, tunes outside the White, House, and is Trump gonna lose the star on the Hollywood. Walk of fame we'll tell you when we come back after. The news. At nine o'clock. Thanks.
Russia enlists action star Steven Seagal as a special envoy to the US
"Go round Also, member on NBC it was new to you so you can just watch it all now and it's new you now Now Marjorie thanks for calling. In you're. Welcome It's new. To me Last week I wrote about. This in my blog I have a hard time binge watching television shows because you can find a lot of these old television shows hanging out on a Netflix Hulu or whatever in you can just. Watch an entire season if you have the patience to sit. Down and. Not move I'm. Too I say this it's it's really weird when I. Don't have, free, time, it's like oh man I wish I had some free time and when I have a lot of free time, and nothing to do I think. Like I'm so bored what am? I supposed to do I can't. Watch a whole season that's not right and watching maybe in two hours. At most of television and then I have to get up and. Go do something else I'm. Finding things to do Talking about movie stars Steven Seagal was appointed by. Russia as. A special on. Void to the United States I don't think he really. Did television, he, was, mostly a movie Fain he's probably as he I don't think he was ever a list celebrities always kind of, been like a solid b. but. Now he's more of a see? Action movie star Steven Seagal played a former CIA agent I hit manning killer of criminals on Saturday Russia, officials tapped him for another role special Representative to improve relations between. The United States and Russia Relations between the two countries not so great Not. So great but he's sixty six years old I've seen some videos of him where he goes into these DOJ Joe's because he's still does a lot of karate and. It shows it looks. Like such a fraud it's, he's in this I think they're called geeze but the outfits you. See in the karate DOJ os or whatever so he's there on this. Padding in people are running up to him instead, of like physically moving to flip. These people they're like running up to them they're bouncing off of him and he's essentially like moving his little wrists up and down in it's as if that's enough like he can generate enough force to flip a two hundred, pound man on this back by just going did you? Did it just a quick little wrist. Move and it's like. He's barely even moving he just turning around. This is how you stop an attack this if, people there were actually trying to, hurt him he would have been a goner but they put on this demonstration to make him look like he is some, sort of karate God like he's Chuck Norris or, something you'd like has a legitimate legitimate Crotty today I? Think that maybe in one point in. His life he could've. But today it's not the day for him. But why even put on that charade why even, put on a demonstration of it's, just theatre is not even as convincing as WWE wrestling and it may be real to you Wrestling Israel let's be honest it's it's predetermined but it's real man. I think it was one of the wrestlers he said, basically imagine, if you're on your kitchen table and you, fall backwards onto the floor does that? Hurt that's real I agree so the stunt surreal all the things they do you know obviously it's the story line that they follow by I think that one. Point he, was a real karate dude but man not anymore Not even not even close. It's not WWE wrestling is much more real than than what he's, going through now so. Mr. Segel's grandparents were Russian. Jewish immigrants according to his biography he called Mr Putin personal friend wasn't that nice so he's, going, to be Russia's version. Of our Dennis, Rodman and look where that got us hey maybe leads us somewhere I don't know but. I. Guess Steven Seagal is going to maybe request special access to, the White House next Won't that be fun did you hear that there is, a, demand for video game. Coaches where has. That been my entire life that's coming up in have you ever hired a coach for. Anything Seriously, I mean have you. Ever hired a coach how did that turn out three one four, four three six seventy nine hundred or eight hundred nine to? Five eleven twenty it's overnight America came.
Lindsay Lohan Threatens To Fire Employees For Wearing Wrong Shoes
"Every guy should know by twenty five. We'll get into it in a minute. Yeah. So what I can't talk about the medicines tourist. You're actually announcing it. It's at an announcement, you're doing the analysis. I can't. I can't announce tomorrow. You can talk all about. Okay. So we're announcing the announcement today, so I can't say what it you're doing it announcement, but we'll get a big Madison Square announcement today. I can't tell you what it is. Okay. Yeah, we're cool. We're still check. Nate, I know, right? Yeah, but to talk about it anyway. So I'm going to be at the garden today with the big announcement to announce that, oh my gosh, it's gonna be big. I like your suit. I'm wearing a suit the suit for the actually shaved. This must be a big announcement blood flowing out of my face. He can't tell Daniel. Yes, I so Lord was performing show in Australia over the weekend. And yeah, her her shirt became disconnected from her body. That's how she put it. Function. But before it got bad, she announced to the audience. Excuse me, everyone. My shirt has become disconnected from my body. She said, talk amongst yourselves to the side of the stage, had it fixed and came back on stage and finished like a pro as she does so cool on Katy Perry, this is pretty awesome what she did. She was at the airport, right? Outside Perth, and she was greeting to young Australian fans. They traveled six hours from their small town because they wanted to Katy Perry, they, she saw them. They were waving at her car on the side of the road, and she pulled over said, hi, took pictures with them and totally made their day. They'll go ahead say, does she have new music on the way. Like that. I was cool that she did that. I love it. Let's see. So Conde west, did you see he got hospitalized on Sunday with the flu he is. Okay. Now he is recovering here that he could be visiting North Korea soon. No, I did not hear that. Did you hear that. No, no, no. He's been invited to visit North Korea. I think Konya would do very well there. Lindsay Lohan might have been joking when she said this, but I'm pretty sure she wasn't. So you know, she has that beach club in Greece and these two beautiful women who work at the beach club tweeted out this thing about the beach club, but they were not wearing matching shoes, Lindy tweeted at them where matching shoes or you're fired. So people like, are you kidding? And she said, no, I'm not kidding. Apparently you have to have matching shoes or you're not going to be working for Lindsay Lohan anymore. That's crazy. The left one estimates, the right one. The two people have to have the same shoes on the, but by the way, did come to work one day with two different shoes on the door. Wasn't good. Dennis Rodman invited Connie west with him to North Korea because they're going to solve the world. That's can't wait to see that DJ Kelly dropping a new single on Friday. It's called no brainer. Justin Bieber quavo chance the rapper. They're all part of it. So that will be exciting here tonight on television. You've got America's got talent beaches, AM and world of dance, and it is Jennifer Lopez birthday. So say happy birthday to her today. Every morning. Follow us on Twitter at Elvis, Durant show Elvis Duran in the morning show. Samsung galaxy s. nine is fast. Now it can pull up all the things that are important to be like my pictures. I took here in Santa Fe while visiting things. I want to send a friend soon as I want to take a picture of boom camera up. Don't have to fumble and find it. So when I'm living my life, I can pull it up faster with my s. nine..
'Profits over people': Mass. sets sights on companies that make opioids
"There today can't really ask for much better high near eighty today around the city and inland but if you're on the cape or islands possibly the south coast highs just in the lower seventies took traffic and weather together coming up our top stories now attorney general maura healey suing purdue pharma and its executives claiming they profited from the opioid crisis she says purdue even push drugs to prescribers who who they knew were writing illegal prescriptions and had patients dying of overdoses president trump says his first facetoface meeting with north korea's kim jong un was a success and kim has agreed to denuclearize north korea has failed to keep its word on this before but president trump says he trusts kim on wall street the dow jones down eleven the nasdaq up forty two and the sp five hundred is up three and a half in other news the president tweeting of that success at the meeting with kim jong un before the historic summit nba hall of famer dennis rodman was the only american who had ever met the north korean leader face to face rodman's in singapore and he explains why he just had to be there for several years ago you would never thought this will happen you never thought they even talk former basketball great broke down in tears as he spoke about the death threats he received after he.
Anthony Bourdain found dead at 61
"The white house says president trump is close to reaching a new deal with canada on the nafta agreement this comes after the president met with prime minister justin trudeau at the g seven summit there trump joked about the tariffs that have raised the ire of many allies yesterday's agreed to cut all terrorists between canada and the united states so very happy in good shape we are actually the president will leave the summit early heading to asia to prepare for the tuesday summit with kim jong hoon former nba star dennis rodman says he's going to singapore to even though he's not invited rodman has a good relationship with kim jong president trump's comments about his wife not being able to attend the summit has raised more questions than answers about the kidney procedure that she underwent last month for one month the doctors say big operations as close to a four hour operation and she's doing it had been described at the time is a non surgical procedure a twelve foot alligator was caught and killed it upon near fort lauderdale florida assumed to have attacked a woman who was walking her dogs authorities say they found evidence the forty seven year old woman was killed celebrity chef anthony bourdain who apparently ended his own life is being mourned around the world fame came suddenly to anthony bourdain nineteen ninety nine article in the new yorker turned into the best selling kitchen confidential the next year which turned into a string of tv shows featuring bourdain traveling the world in search of notable food culture he sometimes reflected as he did in two thousand ten ap interview broke hardworking guide overnight the guy with the best job in the world with freedom to travel around the world doing anything he wants anthony bourdain was found dead in a hotel room in france the host of cnn's parts unknown with sixty warren levinson new york this is ap radio news if.
Anthony Bourdain made his reputation in the food industry
"Before he became a tv travel celebrity anthony bourdain made his reputation in the food industry his sudden suicide death has many of his ex colleagues puzzled from los angeles knx reporter john baird shock a lot of sadness over his death and anthony bourdain was here alati loved elway mexican food in and out burger but he's zeroed in on korea town he sampled the restaurants theory highlighted the food russ parsons is the former food editor of the la times that's what he did in a way which brings this entire world to the american table and introduce us to cultures that we may never otherwise have experienced he says his own reaction to dane staff is of extreme saddened any notes that none of us can ever really know what's going on in someone else's hat anthony bourdain was sixty one years old the second celebrity suicide this past week following fashion designer kate spade donald quebec canada sign of a summit of the socalled g seven group of western industrialized nations cbs news white house correspondent steven portnoy the president showed up at this summit late he's leaving early and going into this the president's top economic advisor said that this was something of a family squabble the differences between the president and america's allies on trade well we'll see what kind of reception the president gets on the way out the door but it has been awkward here in quebec there have been these underlying issues of trade the president introduced the idea of russia being brought back into the fold already ruffling feathers before he even got here mr trump's next stop after quebec will be singapore for a nuclear summit with north korea also there for some sideshows kim jong un impersonator and on the way would be pal to both kim and mr trump ex nba star dennis rodman in serious trouble with the law redmond o'neill son of the actor ryan o'neal the late farah fawcett he is accused of tempted murderer in an alleged la area crime spree last month that allegedly.
Dennis Rodman flying to Singapore for Kim Trump summit
"I love the beatles kfi am six forty more stimulating talk at gary and gm show brian and dennis rodman i know y'all want the dennis rodman four hours ago he tweeted out i just re tweeted us at dark secret place it's this montage picture of trump with his thumb up rodman in the middle wearing of course like a for bra he's got this week for our self identifies this week on the far right close personal friend kim jong un and then there's crossed us north korean flags and trump says quote thanks for my loyal sponsors from pot coin and my team it prince marketing they will be flying to singapore for the historical summit i'll give whatever support is needed to my friends real at real donald trump and marshall kim jong un so so big shout out to podcastone there and is headed crypto currency i'm unaware of evidently podcastone is a digital currency for the cannabis industry and community man if you actually think about it george washington grew him god pod choline sponsoring robin visit to singapore brought to you by podcastone anyway so yeah they did they just didn't take the picture the the group picture that is customary sort of well it really means is that the president of the united states is leaving so the rest of you can just be the g sex but they just did the group picture and trump was in the middle president of the united states is usually in the middle and he said next to his right was angela merkel and then to his left figuratively and literally was justin trudeau the prime minister of canada and they stood there for i don't know thirty seconds or so then they did a group wave then to go so trump gets on a helicopter gets back to air force one comes back to andrews air force base taxes bags and probably of del confirmed this with the white house with the the calendar gets on plane goes to singapore evidently late saturday night a apparently gets there on what what would be monday singapore time so i'll i better get this crap.
The luxury Capella resort where Trump and Kim will meet in Singapore
"Fifty one forty one officials say hundreds of additional homes have been destroyed on hawaii's big island by a wide slow moving river a blob in the southeast corner of the island a hawaii county spokesperson saying they don't have an actual count yet but they believe tuesday may have been the most destructive day yet since the killer way of all kano began erupting over a month ago the estimate of hundreds of homes lost would more than double the one hundred seventeen homes that have been confirmed destroyed when the week began officials have been warning people living in that area to evacuate for days and former nba star and friend to kim jong hoon dennis rodman is reporting going to be in singapore next week quite coincidentally just as president trump is holding a summit with the north korean leader there rodman will apparently arrive a day before that june twelfth meaning it's not clear what he's planning on doing in singapore but robin has visited the isolated north korea leader five times over the past several years on different occasions once singing happy birthday to kim jong un and presenting a copy of president trump's art of the deal rodman telling tmz he doesn't want to take the credit for the current move towards dialogue between the two nations but he says his relationship with kim probably hasn't.
Is LeBron James or Michael Jordan the greatest NBA player of all time?
"Oh he was good enough so would you lean which would that a rule that you couldn't go to that rule that you couldn't go from high school because darrow dog is dated meal willoughby you know be willing will go yeah he dated loaded bologne got some looking at goodness how do you explain the fact that you're man lebron james has no help and yet fourteen times his teammates have made all star teams in only six times in all of michael's fifteen year career fifteen years did teammates make the team because scotty six that's it period end of story if you don't mind me as emc help interrupt the dennis rodman win nba championship would doing rafter name the player on the brawn james roster that's one championship without him well how many players left michael jordan and went and made an all star team did scotty go make an all star team for anybody else houston we may want yeah he may want ninety four the year michael retired that was not only dolls dr team he was vp at all star game he laid his team to fifty five and twenty seven to get your facts straight because michael did not retire he was forced by the nba to take a sabbatical where he wouldn't redo that and retry name redick bill with this he was because he faded retire interesting so michael jordan won the scoring title ten times only once but the great offense of juggernaut aged twenty one.