17 Burst results for "Jamaal Tinsley"

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

03:28 min | 10 months ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"The doc did a great job of for me was framing the characters as like human people or human beings before it got into the whole melee and all that shit it showed signs sides of these guys that honestly i mean i'm not a huge mba guy but jermaine o'neal he came to. Boston seemed like a really good guide. After this whole debacle in detroit. I think he managed to clean up his image a lot. Better than like. Stephen jackson did and detrimental team off awesomeness super intelligent super wall slow and but honest like he was very honest like he. He wasn't he's changes image. So much that i. I was surprised when some of his teammates were like. Yeah he in. Our tests are cut from the same cloth that was like i never did. I never thought that at all. But then when they did kind of because i think they just whitewashed his whole image when he came back from that and he went to different teams Had become this guy but then they showed the clips of him like having other altercations on the floor and like body guys like he was like us like a bad dude. It almost in like what i would say in a good way like was like you want a little bit of that on your team especially from a big. And he he but he had like some grit and some sandpaper to him. It's like fuck with that guy that those probably on the court though is what they're talking about yeah. I don't i thought that was maybe structural. I never thought in between. I thought your nelson caught up in that thing like i. Never you know steven jack. I thought there was a big difference. See obviously crazy. Level stephen jackson's behind him. I didn't think o.'neil ever in that fifteen guys on the team. Yeah and three of them. Were who is the other austin. Crozier was out there. What you want him fucking point is that you know it wasn't like this is a malay with everybody. Just offer survival. It was like who got involved the three corrects. I did find maybe the most interesting tidbit to be the tinsley. Jamaal tinsley right. Yes so If he doesn't say. I mean it. Probably his fucking fault right entire thing might be as far. Obviously the astle has was he that season two. He has an old. It was very interesting. Sling vow hearts like that. And how the reggie miller is like we were blown out. Fans in the good seats left the shit bags came down and bowl that party that though but that played a part in this and that was all news todor fly fact man everything to mall tinsley but that is a good point. Everybody after jamaal tinsley dude. Why the fuck would you say that. You don't need to give him an ounce of extra motivation to go and thousand buddy heart cells it. That's given like the troublemaker in school. Hey you want some firecrackers in my locker. You're asking for trouble right. That's that's another thing though with talking about like how they played again in the in the rivalry. I think that it probably would have been like a blood feud just because our tests laid on the table like that like all the skirmish going on he just kinda like mentally checks out and goes and lays on the table to me..

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

05:18 min | 11 months ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"From the dock. The bands don't know the majority of us actually friends so they think that this is a real street brawls scenario you react. They're going to react if you do this. We painting onto right if you do this. They do the crowd he's players misperception. Joel that the players are engaged in some sort of you know life and death battle on the court when reality is the players gonna locker room when they lose we lost. Let's go out. They play eighty two games and basketball or one hundred and sixty two in baseball. They move on as we've talked about before. Don't have that perspective stephanie. It's interesting you mentioned that. Because don't you think a missing piece of this is that ben wallace never had to answer for sort of agitating crowded and yet they did he was in there. Yeah i mean why didn't i just. Maybe they talked about it and just cut it out in the editing process. But what do you guys think of jamaal tinsley just kind of like being like just. There's just this kind of a side. It's like oh. Yeah jamaal tinsley told the ron to go and foul them. And it's like jamaal tinsley not not interviewed. And there's no other discussion of it but like to mall tinsley secretly the village really the villain evolve this. Why didn't they get jamaal tinsley to be like. Hey i didn't say that shit are added going to blow there but that was again. Maybe they did interview women. They just didn't air it but it would have been nice to have heard jamaal. Tinsley could firm. He's to blame for everything that happened after that. So i i also had the same reaction of the joel dead around. Like all this talk at the pacers. Were certainly going to win the title if this hadn't happened which brings me to perhaps my final complaints about an omission. This is like a really blink if you miss it sort of thing. Wouldn't it seem worth getting into that. The pacers and pistons played in the playoffs that postseason and the pacers were up in the series. Two games to one like the way that it's treated in the doc is like this happens. Rohnert has get suspended for the whole season there. The these other suspensions that happened and like that instantly sinks the entire pacers dynasty. They're going to win championships. There is one for reggie believe reggie miller but like that's a competitive playoff series and the one that they lost the previous season which they make a big deal about it and they were mentally. They lost that one in six games to like. What's the what's the difference and so it just felt to me like if it had like poorly put together or like i thought the point of view of it was offered just like the last dance whereas it's like this is clearly propaganda whatever. Whatever that i wouldn't think of it. But because i thought that this was good and the interviews were so good and it was put together in this really artful way. It's kind of beautiful to watch the video. And it's like i'll really artfully done. This guy kind of felt disappointing. That a lot of ways that would have made it kind of more interesting more complicated or a little more gray. They chose to leave that stuff out. You know to that point. I mean they could have mission that the reason to tim donigi was in this documentary with no other commentary on who he was a while he was there. He was the third ref in that game. I didn't know that out of him during the game. But you have to put the two things together. Yeah and he didn't say anything interesting at all it was. That was a very bizarre editorial. Okay one one more one more complaint. They didn't say anything. About whether the players. A ron germain stephen jackson. Whether they're friends whether they communicate or anything that was weird point that germain does not communicate with our test. They didn't say that explicitly and didn't your heart kind of break. A little bit seeing medicine for tests after the lakers championship series saying that he was a coward like he just brought it down and it was really somber. All of a sudden. I was really moved by that and yeah i would've liked to have known if they reconcile all these years later seems to be pretty clear that jemaine done fuck with anymore but maybe we should find a movie that we like for our next segment of hang up at the movies because we have we have. We liked one. I liked it. i liked it. I say this. I say this in sorrow anger and and i would still recommend it. I think there's a lot in there. I co-signed what you said stefan that it's really valuable document of that that time and i don't think there's anything in there that isn't true like i think that if you watch it then you'll learn stuff and it's worth watching and you wonder whether this wasn't the fault of the filmmakers that. They signed a deal with netflix. And that said you got an hour and this might have actually been a case where an hour and a half would have been would have been longer totally. Could've been you. Wouldn't.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

07:56 min | 11 months ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Today's show noah dunlap and gonna have a bit of a different show today at least a start off As most of you know typically we just talk pure sports here on the show. today. I'm going to open by reviewing and talking a little bit about the new net flicks documentary on the malice at the palace the brawl that took place between the detroit. Pistons and the indiana pacers back in late. Two thousand four. The documentary just came out on netflix. And for many of you. Y'all may remember the malice at the palace so for those of you. Who do you will know. Exactly what i'm talking about. But i still want to talk about the documentary and everything that it covered so going to start the show by doing that. gonna talk a little bit about the nfl's new stance. They announced earlier this week. That they were trying to cut down and basically clamp down on taunting in the nfl. I'm gonna talk just about how much of a joke that is from the nfl. Also gonna talk about dak prescott needing another. Mri on his shoulder. He still thinks he will be ready by week. One but has announced that he will be getting another. Mri done on his right shoulder. And to wrap up the show gonna talk our weekly segment where we just quite simply breakdown. The best in worst sports stories that i saw from the week. So that's what we're going to be talking about in today's show as i said so to open the show. I'm gonna talk about the new netflix documentary. Malice at the palace If you haven't seen it yet and you plan on watching it maybe you wanna listen to the segment. Maybe you don't. I'm not sure depends on whether you like spoilers or not Not going to give it all away it. Just recap some of the intriguing stuff that we saw from the documentary So without further ado let's dive right into that. So as many of you listening. No i believe it was november nineteenth. Two thousand four. The indiana pacers traveled up to detroit to take on the defending nba champion detroit pistons and at the time. The pacers were considered to arguably be the best team in basketball them and detroit. Both played physical defensive style basketball. They met in a tight physical series the previous year in the eastern conference finals and a lot of people expected them to meet again in the eastern conference finals. Well on november nineteenth really early in the year they were playing just a regular season game and the pacers basically ran rough. Shot all over the pistons in detroit. Now keep in mind. This was a indiana team that featured germaine o'neil that featured ron or test when he was younger and that featured Stephen jackson who would recently been acquired solely to try to add the extra piece that was missing from the previous year's team And reggie miller was on the team in his last year in indiana trying to get his long-awaited title that ended up. Never coming D- same year. This was the detroit pistons who had been wallace who had rasheed wallace. Who had Rip hamilton so we're talking physical defensive ugly style basketball from both of these teams and for those of you who are old enough to remember. I was still extremely young at time. So i don't remember all of this exactly when it happened. I remember seeing it reading about it and hearing about it but in terms of everything that went down. I don't really remember that some of you may. But we all know about ron or test. We all know about ron test. Being a hothead as worcester main o.'neil as was steven jackson as was been wallace. The differences run or test legitimately had mental problems. He actually talks about it. He's extremely transparent in the documentary about the fact that he had depression and anxiety and really wasn't able to control that so up by. I think it was twelve or thirteen with less than two minutes to play all the sudden. Apparently jamaal tinsley comes in the game for indiana and actually looks at ron. Our test and tells him. Hey you can get your foul now know as i think. It was stephen jackson in the documentary. Put it why would you ever tell run or test. He can get his foul. Ron test doesn't need a reason to get his foul as jamaal. Tinsley put ron test was a in and of itself. He's lit fuse. That is close to detonating it any moment so by you telling him that he can get his foul now run. Our test took that very literally in on basically the next possession ben. Wallace was going to get an easy layup. Because stephen jackson decided it wasn't even worth it in our test out of nowhere comes in and fouls been wallace hord. Wallace gets up frustrated annoyed rightfully so as far as it goes. I mean the ball games over. There's no need to play physical to that nature in like a twelve or thirteen point game at this point just isn't so he gets up a little live. it ends up shoving our test. Both teams kinda. Get into a scuffle if you will. But as they point out in the documentary and as we all know about the nba even back then and especially in today's nba. The nba is a bunch of Don't want a piece of this. And then they back off i actually. We're we're not gonna do this. It's not worth it. The nba nba players by and large or soft. It's a whole bunch of stick in your chest out but you're not actually about that action when it comes down to it. Well the difference. Here's these guys. When we're talking. Jackson were talking wallace. Were talking or test. O.'neil they were legitimately about that action and so all of distorted you created a weird kind of chaos brawl.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Mitchell. Robson like he would have been very helpful in that hawk series correct. So you need those big guys. That can just do some things and it's just a big man's game so i understand that he's upset at the coach but he got to do like the other guys. I mentioned go somewhere else. Reinvent himself and recreate his value like three d. After he left the clippers in iraq in atlanta gave them some good minutes very promising young player for land who might be replacing. John collins. Moving forward. Because i don't know john collins is going to be in. The hawks turns next year in o'connell gave him enough to look at to maybe have the competence to not in their mind. Overpay john collins but i love what i saw. John causes playing drap. You're placing they draft your replacement and indiana there. Were there were towns. I've started at small forward. There were times. I started at shooting gar and there were town. Start at point guard. The six years was there. And you know what i noticed it. Three consecutive drafts be drafted. Al hairston jonathan bender and jamaal tinsley all three people that play positions that i play. So you know what that means. Time is expired so on draft night. I feel like this will relate to john collins on draft night you know when john sees day dr on kong wu and they're they're similar not the same but similar. How does he feel. I.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

The No Chill Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The No Chill Podcast

"Was like like. I'm just like i'm trying to put me to work out with him. You know what. I mean is booming. Just need one again with as showed him on one on one skills. He was more of a gamer. He was more five on five. You know he can take advantage. You can use that liberalism. So that was the first time where i had. I had to process. Is not about specialties. So i have to be able to do everything. So that's why. I said it was like one of those things where i had to craff game. Like even even if you look at the drab. I was the best one on one player in but they didn't let me go one on one against most people most gars dodging me. So i'm i'm sitting there working with richard jefferson. Sean lampley joe johnson. No point bars. I didn't i. I never seen tony parker and a workout jamaal tinsley into workout kidding. While lopate i never seen any of those guys and work. They just dodge and shit outta me. Well talking about chasing workouts. I've been doing that. Is that your mindset right. Now you want to smoke by gimme. Anybody rheinland got to his best win. Like i'm not as no san pablo or on the jabil. So i got but you know that you're cool with that put on the floor and going back to what you say like pushing each other every day. John wayne for the opportunity. Because you know you've been we're gonna awesome. We've been pushing each other for the past month. Just kind of waiting to people say you bet. Even i got will with him again. Then see were to foil and we're you said q. More in that space of gil. I think there's a lot of similarities in that sense of the combo guard. Definition to where you can score you. Can you know you can run. Offense make decisions not combo or so early two thousand. I'm bringing it back a bit now. Just guard you want. you want to be a guard. I can do everything like you. Don't wanna be limited to. I run the team. Well or not i do. I can do everything i can do. You can throw.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"I didn't see a lot of athletes only seen my small bubble of people. So I wasn't able to venture out I. Didn't even know about new street ball until two thousand. So. Until I see mixed eight when I was incarcerated, I, saw mixed able skip to my low in animal recipe's on it, and that's when I. realized that were more St Ball is out there so. My local heroes mostly to start. A definite that's and that's obviously it as a kid. Watching those guys plan your want to get to that level and you get to that level, and now you have all these guys they looked up to a few years ago and now that you're targets. That's that's awesome. Kind of what you got to that point. But when did bunk like to become a thing and that kind of became a persona. It happened and the early two thousands again, one of my friends my backward teammates name was David Seals He. Noticed that the paramedics will come onto every game. My first five games because people was getting hurt. And he said he called me like three in the morning and I thought he wanted to work out but he called me to tell me Yo donate for you the bone collector and I was like man movies. That's a movie with Denzel Washington and Julia. I don't WanNa do that and he was like non telling you. You're making people falling get hurt that's you're collecting their bones. So when he wants it apart, he told the announcer to call me that and I I'll never forget I played a game against Jamaal Tinsley who at the time was planned for the Indiana Pacers Jay Z. brought a bunch of guys out and I remember stealing the ball and enjoying downcourt and I'm just wondering announcer saying my name over and over and over again and it kind of went from there and he was. Saying it was some sort of melody. So the whole crowd was saying it and they're energy made me just take my game to a whole another level, and from that moment I believe my name spread like wildfire through New York before social media. It was mostly word of mouth and I would go everywhere and I would hear my name all over the place as it was a good feeling and as even more amazing to still be able to do it to this day. No Yeah. No I love that. That's awesome. Story were there like in terms of like the number of guys making them, break their bones they're like out there waiting like all my God. I I. I three games. Yes. Exactly. What happened I? Three Games? It was more. So okay because you know the the it was not too far away. It's fine. To twenty blocks and fifteen blocks away. So the guy's you the reason why they stayed is because we're not taking that short drive I thought it was Larry's it was just GonNa stay here where you you might I'm hurting somebody we're going to stay. So I thought it was solely to kind of get introduced to the game and. That name you know that those two things together and being in New, York, full hecklers, and all the energy that was out there made for perfect fit. Of A sure. So when you're when you're playing high level guys I mean it's kind of like when people say we shop get dumped on all the time have you had your ankles broken and Anthony? Pointer.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That has anxiety coming into the. Right. Here's the thing about Edwards year ago. They were all saying Edwards needs to learn how to run the point and direct team a year later in the NBA. There are no point guards. Tell me Steph Curry's appoint now say, okay, you tell me Steph curry is not a point guard. I'll say, okay. You can tell me the Lowry. Kid isn't a point guard or is a point that, you know, who's a point guard on the pages Kaos and he's a jump shooter. So the game has become position lists. So I think that helps Carson Edwards because now you're not talking about a guy that's got to get you offense which is what he did it produce. And all that kind of happy horse bleep, I think, personally causing Edwards is a ball player. Put him on your team. You may not win. I don't know. You may win but he's going to get through shots. He's going to do it with confidence, knowing did you see the ridiculous article SPN dot com about how there's a lot of guys coming in the league that are? Are claiming they've got anxiety because they don't get to pick where they can play Zion. William should should get to pick where he plays in the NBA and all these millionaires play basketball for a living talking about what a bad work environment. It is, and how they have anxiety to which if you're a construction work if you're somebody that's laying tar or working on roofs, you're just giving the biggest middle finger imaginable, right? Yeah. I it's so ridiculous that I don't even want to address it. What's interesting in this goes to society, Joe you give somebody something and they want more. It's never enough. Like I don't want to work here. It's a bad environment. I having Zion my answer. That is great. It's good to having Zion. It's good to be nervous. It's good to be somewhere. It's developing your and, you know, the other thing would be I don't wanna hear it's like a friend of mine, once said he said, he's tell my wife. I know you're mad at me. Just go over there and be mad. I don't need to know. So. Go have your problem with a guaranteed contract. Remember this Jamaal Tinsley shot up downtown. Pacers still had to pay him..

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"One of these players in. There's a reason I'm asking you this coach, but he's not one of these players that has anxiety coming into the. No, no. Right. Here's the thing about Edwards year ago. They were all saying Edwards needs to learn how to run the point and director, team, a year later in the NBA. The there are no point guards. I mean, do you tell me Steph Curry's point guard, I'll say okay you could tell me Steph curry is not a point guard. I'll say, okay. You can tell me the Lowry. Kid isn't a point guard or is a point that, you know, who's a point guard on the pages cows. And he's a jump shooter. So the game has become position lists. So I think that helps Carson Edwards because now you're not talking about a guy that's got to get you offense which is what he did at Purdue. And all that kind of happy horse bleep, I think personally Carson Edwards is a ball player. Put him on your team. You may not win. I don't know. You may win, but he's going to get through shots with some confidence and no angst. Did you see the ridiculous article for me as PM dot com about how there's a lot of guys coming in the league that are claiming they've got anxiety because they don't get to pick where they can play. Zeile William should should get the pick where he plays in the NBA and all these millionaires that play basketball for a living or talking about what a bad work environment. It is, and how they have anxiety to which if you're a construction work on somebody that's laying tar or working on roofs, you're just giving the biggest middle finger imaginable, right? Yeah. I it's so ridiculous that I don't even want to address. What's interesting in this goes to society in jail? You give somebody something and they want more. It's never enough. Like I don't want to work here. It's a bad environment. I having Zion my answer. That is great. It's good to have anxiety. It's good to be nervous. It's good to be somewhere. It's developing your and, you know, the other thing would be I don't wanna hear it. It's like a friend of mine once said he said, tell my wife, I know you're mad at me. Just go over them. Be man. I don't need to know. You go have your, your problem with a guaranteed contract. Remember this Jamaal Tinsley shot up downtown. Pacers still had to pay him. As.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Great fight mean it was a broom, there was a broom Jamal was there. Brewer was there. Dustpan dustpan Kinsley brought them. Yes. Okay. Yes. If not familiar with this. The NBA was a different place back then. And Stephen Jackson Ron our tests decided to fight the customers. And if you've never seen this all the rules in the NBA changed became a much more polite place. They banned run our tests, and Steven Jackson. It's one of the worst fights in the history of sports and Jamaal Tinsley decided to bring a dust pan. He came out of the locker room with a stick that had a dust pan. You never know. Jackson told highly questionable this great story about it after the flight speaking with run our test right after the brawl in the locker room. So we're sitting there legs all scratched up having over the bleachers are gentleman pump 'cause we laid a couple of people we, we, we did you know what I mean? We all said that Iran tests, aka Metta world peace, leads back and look at your mantras and access. Do you think we're gonna get in trouble? Essay. We still have a jump. Put it on the poll, you miss the days of the malice in the palace. Yes. You know because everything changed after that the coverage the people were criticizing the fans at that event. They told to say different things on television the next day because we have partnerships and we. Stephen A Smith. When did you ever hear that Stephen Smith? I remember distinctly after the mouse in the palace, what he was saying the night before change to something else the next day. No. It was him to it was him to. But it was everybody's tone change on, like the fight happen. And many people on television we're saying don't throw things at the players. And then the next day happened the reaction as America watched. He's black dudes running into the stands and just punching white people, and then the conversation changed the next day on television. Can you imagine if the entire arena? Try to step up Kurt Thomas, Jim Cada. Got the red. We are reached baby. They would do it all at once. Very. Cash. More of the Dan labor third show with this to guts, ten to one eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN news ever lane has a mission make the world's most to stain -able sneakers make them to last make them completely carbon neutral and never stopped pushing to make them better tread by ever lane is the leather trainer. That's the lowest impact of its kind made with less waist almost no virgin plastic. It's also completely carbon-offset the treads use recycled, plastic wherever possible. Like for the.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Stags lanell museums Sophal against versity, Jack. And finally, the number one official Stu got greatest fight scene in the movies of all time is the malice in the palace. A great fight, and it was a broom, there was a broom Maltese was there Bruma was there dust, dustpan, dustpan, Tinsley, brought him okay? If you're not familiar with this, the NBA was different place back then. And even Jackson, Ron our tests decided to fight the customers. And if you've never seen this all the rules in the NBA changed became a much more polite place. They banned run our tests, and Steven Jackson. It's one of the worst fights in the history of sports and Jamaal Tinsley decided to bring a dustpan to it. He came out of the locker room with a stick that had a dust pan. You never know when. Jackson told highly questionable this great story about it after the flight speaking with Ron our test right after the brawl in the locker room. So we're sitting there legs all scratched up from having over the bleachers are gentlemen pump because we didn't late a couple of people out. We did we did you know what I mean? We all said that Iran test, aka Metta world peace. Leans back and look at your Mazdas and access. Do you think we're gonna get in trouble? I think. Essay. We have a general. Put it on the poll, you miss the days of the malice in the palace. Yes. You know because everything changed after that the coverage the people were criticizing the fans at that event. They got told to say different things on television the next day because we have partnerships and we Stephen a Smith when do you ever hear that, Stephen Smith? I remember distinctly after the mouse in the palace, what he was saying the night before change to something else, the next day, a lot of Sanders. No, no. It was him to it was him to, but it was everybody's tone change on, like the fight happen. And many people on television were saying, don't throw things at the players. And then the next day happened the reaction as America watched. He's black dudes running into the stands and just punching white people, and then the conversation changed the next day on television. Can you imagine if the entire arena, try to step up to Kurt Thomas? Jim cada? We are reached baby. They would do it all at once. Thing very bizarre. Mike would get that stadium seat. Finding game tickets hard trae. But being there so much better than not being there so replaced. My regular seat with the stadium seat to try and recreate that stadium atmosphere. I appreciate the effort, but I got a better idea use vivid seats to find tickets to the game. They make finding the seats that you want quick and easy. Sounds like getting tickets at vivid seats would have been the easier option. It always is. Donlevatar. Guillermo sassy stugatz sexy. When you're seeing these live at.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The greatest stories ever told on highly questionable. Happy fortieth birthday to Stephen Jackson. Happy birthday to him. I don't care. Good luck. Let's get that story from Stephen Jackson eight. It was a different time in basketball at ESPN in supports just the difference, honest, a different time where all of a sudden the Pacers ran into the crowd. Jamaal Tinsley was waving around a dust pan. And. I started punching the customers and after if Ron R tests went into the stands to punch the customer Stephen Jackson because he's about that life. Just followed him because it was the right thing to do Ron is fighting customers by himself. Now, I need to fight customers, and it was just haymakers, and nobody wants those particular hands. So here's Stephen Jackson telling you what happened in the locker room afterward on highly questionable right after the brawl in the locker room. So we're sitting there legs all scratched up from hopping over the bleachers is redolent, pumpkin. We late a couple of people out. We did we did something you know, what? I mean. We all said that Iran test, aka Metta world, peace leans, back and look at them Montas exercise. Do you think we're going to get in trouble? I just I I say. We still have a jump. Bomani is laugh made me think of something he was talking about here the other days to gods. And and when it comes if you wanna listen, okay. If you don't wanna fight about sports, if you just wanna listen and catch a perspective that perhaps is outside of your experiences in life. What I am telling you is that Bonnie Jones is better at discussing race related issues than anyone this network has ever had whether you agree with him or not if you want to just listen to bull money Jones. You can have your mind open on some things close suck it may. And so what is the context of this story from high noon, four o'clock eastern on ESPN? What is the context of this soccer story? Mike because I am not familiar with the soccer details. Moise keen? He's a nineteen year old black Italian soccer player. You sit in the world on fire. He's a highly touted dynamic goal scoring prospect. He plays for you. Ventas and he's playing with the the first team getting great opportunities there as I mentioned he's black and he's been subject of some racist. Taunts in a game. He received several racists tons and he scored a goal. And after he scored the goal. He extended his arms out and stood in front of the.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

Entrepreneur Perspectives

07:13 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

"Right? It is it is. And you know, like, you said, you're not in that moment. If you understand it. You know, we all fans, I sit and watch other sports. And I think about you know, man that looked so easy or heart. Yeah. But you never know until you know, I I love I love the game of baseball Hughes Red Sox fan, and you know, I I see those those guys up there, you know, and home are good. Now, I want to hit home runs and strong. And I and so I went to the White Sox training academy oncein when I was with the bulls. And I think they had like the fastball set at like sixty five dollars flower, Minna, bows, blowing Bobby so fast. You know, come on now. And you know, I take take ten eleven swings and the hook oblique and everything just on fire. No us like, you know here. I am as a as a pro athlete pretty much in my early years or problem. My basketball as MAC, lean and spike man, this is strenuous. So you never know, you know, what's going on. And how much it takes to be a pro athlete or athletes in different sport until you try it, and you know, people from outside looking in. You know, makes it seem so easy. How they got missed layup. You know, he's he's run a hundred miles per hour. Somebody's Barron down on them. He's trying to concentrate on breaking the basket. And you know, sometimes it, you know, Jamaal Tinsley has is last year it rolled off the rim young. You know, you know, I it just happened that what you think he wanted to miss that layer. You know, it's just acting that way. Sometimes it said, yeah, I know any speaking about that game. I remember that I was watching something when they were shown. Knowing the Reggie Miller of New York Knicks at thirty for thirty and one of the games when Patrick Ewing missed a layup at the very end, and he was hurting and he's trying to make the play and he gets it in there. And they showed it slow motion. You think it's going in? And he couldn't believe it didn't go down. And it's just like people could call them out or whatever. But it's just like man the amount of pressure. And that's for anybody. Right. I mean, it's just the winter what someone doing until you've been in their shoes. You just do not know so people do oughta make going on especially today. There's a lot of experts at college basketball, NBA experts at seem to know everything. And it's like a lot of people read those headlines, and they just roll with it, and they tell their friends they're on. That's what it is. And next thing, you know, they're they know everything, and it's just it's just not that way is just not that way. That's my love heaven these. Yeah. And maybe even for that you mentioned like like even Patrick itself. If he tried to mimic the exact same move on down the line and singer road to the point where he tried to make hit the back of the room. Again, he probably could that's and so my that's one of the things like, you know, he's he's assuming like I'm done this a million times. Like how in the heck did it hit that spot so perfectly so bounce over the rim so perfectly and we lose like, yes, you know? And it's heartbreaking. It is heartbreaking. You know? It's so much of it is down to think today. And I think it's changed. I mean, obviously winning winning it all winning the championship. Whatever that is is so important, and you see a lot of ring chasing going on. It's at least that's what it seems like and I wanna get into that in a little bit. But like ochre isn't the journey. Isn't it so much about like, you not everyone can win it all, you know? It's like look at someone like, Patrick Ewing. Or some of these other Charles. Arkley, and you know, they played Jordan era. Well, they just happened to be playing with the greatest player of all time or what arguably the greatest time. Right. And they just wasn't meant to be, you know, if they played in a different era chances are it might have worked out for them. There's a lot of great players like Barry Sanders at Ted Williams. They never want it. You know, Barry Sanders and everything came close to winning it. So like you look back. You say what we'll do the regret it that he had a bad career because he can't imagine. It's like sometimes like you said the ball isn't go your way the ball rolls out. A putt putt, golf course. It just doesn't go in. And there's no way to describe it like when you look back on it. Like, you can't regret isn't the journey. One of the best parts of the whole thing. It's it's a be ultimately it should be. I mean for some guys it's different drive. But ultimately, it should be like you said, you know, if you're planning to Michael Jordan area era, or like now, you know, a lot of guys are planning LeBron James there, you know, being in the east, and they just you know, when you have that dynamic player that level superstar, you know, that per person can definitely change the courses in the history of of franchises. And ultimately that happened, you know, growing up in Detroit being a bad boys fan for for so many years as a kid growing up, you know, watching them, and knowing that, you know, the guy was over in Chicago by the name of Michael Jordan, you know, to be able to beat them or get past them was, you know, Hughes thing, but we you know, we all knew what's he figured out. Yeah. It'll be a long time before anybody else got championships. And you know, ultimately that that what what happened? I'm a firm believer. Her that if you wanna take taking those years old, they probably would Iran, eight straight. Yeah. You know, what's totally phenomenal. But you know, it happened by that, and you know, to have that competitive spirit of to play against in and be a team more player of that caliber than something that you should ultimately want want to do. But sometimes it happens. Sometimes it does, you know, you just gotta, you know, be that competitor. Everyone knows only one team they could win. You know? I it a matter of one team scores one point and the other team doesn't score any points. You know, it's is only going to be one winner. You just gotta have one point more than of. And what with that being said, you know, you just have to have the competitive spirit. They go out and and try to do whatever you can't win and every year. I think what's the what's the chances of the the no more overall or the saver. It's when the NCAA tournament actually wins. You know, there's always a not necessarily are dark wars, or, you know, just as always typically someone that's, you know, a team that you say, wow, they really came. They played in turn it in. You know, no one. No one use those things the last year. But we knew eventually it was going to happen. Right. Had you. I mean, it's just the law of average. It's not gonna happen a lot. And it'll it'll happen again this year who knows but no, it's. Like, we talked about before there's just so much pressure on it gets on the professional side to go back you at a college real quick. 'cause you brought it up be they say student athlete. Right. So you have this whole recruiting process. So you're from Detroit, and you know, you talk about that a little bit first of all just the recruiting process of you're coming up, obviously playing a lot of basketball. You know, you've mentioned some of the schools already. What was that like when you're making your decision, and you're just going through the process of the of coaches, and everyone else, you just want your attention as a as a high schooler, you know, it's just what was it like?

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"But you put me onto the bandwagon. I saw all throughout this tournament in the mid west. This team is gonna beat this team missing. And you know, what I used to be a big markets is a big Jamaal Tinsley. And I still am at the same Anthony beating St.. Sonko on my thirteen stay on back on the bandwagon. And for my fourteen John, you'll never guess what? Team page of actual drinking a cooler, Gonzaga BULLDOGS. You know, what in eight years and then feature a number. She team seven has made it to the final four what that picture. Upset special. I'm gonna take the Buffalo Bills. But both in the final four. Thurman Thomas that I read and I pointed a tournament your mom, but a lot of people hopping on the buffalo bandwagon. Listen nato. It's very good coach buffalo beat Syracuse early this year they wanted to game last year. Dacre go on Ron Paul pick taking them to the final four. I like that you've gone a little outside the box stadium in buffalo. We went Duke any went with in Tennessee. Kim credit one one seed to seed. Succeed and a sexy. I just going to be a chunkier. How'd Yawkey my bracket you have to wait and see eight seventy seven hundred thirty seven sixty six sixty six we got a lot more on GIO Gonzalez on his way to the Yankees. What that means for the rotation? Lot more on this tournament and the best way to fill out a bracket. And yeah, even the biggest do cater on the planet is gotta loves Allison certainly getting that sense more because we're coming right.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hemorrhoids Nigel show. Three. Brought to you by Royal spa for a relaxing way to end the day. Royal spa. Brian Baker is filling in for Nigel ripping his shirt off like Marky. Mark right now, dealing the vibrations. Without kids. Call calling it. Got basketball here tonight hoosiers. I don't know if you can say if it's must win, but it's pretty damn close. Got to get a win on the road tonight. If they have any chances of making the NCAA tournament as an at large, I you at Illinois pregame starts at seven pm. Don, Fisher has the call at eight pm right here on ninety three WIBC Pacers on the road at Milwaukee. Tonight. Pacers have about seventeen games left and schedule is really tough Pacers right now still holding onto that third spot in the Eastern Conference standings. But things are getting pretty tight and the schedule is getting tough on the road at Milwaukee top team in the east. You can hear that game tonight on our sister station. Ten seventy the fan coming up this weekend. The Indy-Car season set to get underway. Indycar Sunday at Saint Pete, Brian. I know you're a car guy. I don't know if you're a racing guy with your car guy. I love the IndyCar series. I get fired up when they start. Yeah. Yeah. And I'm really into you know, it's though is that and maybe just because we were born and raised in Indianapolis. But there's just something so exciting about Indy cars and yet I can't get in stock car racing. I'm just not a NASCAR guy. It's the speed. You want this? Freaky, bad Ashby. Tomorrow, the voice of the IndyCar series. Mark Jane's is scheduled to join us. So we'll get get your primed up for the IndyCar series coming up tomorrow. Now, our producer TK double get you in this conversation here. We're hearing a lot of chatter now that the Steelers maybe trying to trade Antonio Brown their star. But they're diva wide receiver as early as tomorrow. So let me ask you this. If you're a team like the Indianapolis Colts, you gotta law salary cap space probably more salary cap space than any other team in the NFL. Do you run the risk of screwing up that locker room or do you go get a guy? That's probably the best position you go. Get a B. Yeah. You got he is he is worth the risk because I think that in the right system and even even though titans fan the colts fits perfectly. They got the stud quarterback. They can get him the ball. Yeah. Andrew luck. We'll be thrown to Antonio Brown all the time. And plus you got T Y Hilton another stud receiver, so there's gonna be a lot of attention spread out throughout that wide receiver core for the colts. So if Abe were to come to India. I'd absolutely hate it because I'm a titans van. If you're a colts fan, you gotta want the best wide receiver in the entire NFL. Do you do I'm a colts fan, and I love to see him lineup. But I also remember covering that Indiana Pacers team in the mid two thousand because I used to be a guy that thought chemistry doesn't matter. Just give you the best guys out there that Pacers team in the mid two thousand taught me chemistry. Absolutely matters. That was Ronnie's fault. Right. Ron are tasked and Steven Jackson and Jamaal Tinsley. The war stories that we had our pal. Scott pollard. Tell us from those those teams just probably the best team in the NBA. But they were all such a group of knuckleheads they couldn't get out of each other's way. And that's what concerns me about a be. I don't know playing football is the most important thing to him. And you can't bring a cancer into a situation where it looks like things are going pretty, well, I think that getting away from Rothlisberger and hooking up with Andrew luck. I think Antonio Brown would rather like that. Situation because it didn't sound like he got along with Big Ben that all that. Well, yeah, I just don't know if the colts have that type of locker room where they have the leader that could put him in check. Now, those old colts teams there was Payton. There was Reggie Wayne. There's Robert Mathis they weren't gonna that eighty those shenanigans take place, right? I don't know if that personality exists on this current Indianapolis Colts team. All right. We're talking a lot about the weather here. Marcus Bailey of wish TV aids going to join us next. We're going to find out how lows knows.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"That's promo code. K I c k one o one don't stand on the sidelines. This season be in it to win it and enjoy the games that much more. When you play at bet d sl. Mclovin was just patting me on the back and saying, hey, your prediction is already a great prediction. No matter. What happens to the chargers and saints? It's already a great prediction. And I said, no, they gotta get to the conference title game before I consider that a great prediction preseason prediction. And then I said, you know, what even better when police says, it's a great prediction, Ben? It's a great prediction. So I have to wait before. I get the sign off the acknowledgement from paulie that picking the saints and chargers to go to the Super Bowl was a great prediction. Yes polling. I think you're chargers. Pick up the chargers win the Super Bowl. You get full credit for great prediction for one reason. Even though the charges were very good team. With a lot of good personnel. Coming into the season. It's not a shocker that. They're a good team. The chargers history of of playing well in the regular season and doing nothing in the playoffs preclude the lot of people from picking them to be in the Super Bowl a lot. And there's a Twitter beef going on by two writers. Tom Curran covers the patriots and Haniya from Bleacher report, they're going to all the time. NFL writers back and forth over Brady's. Now. Getting old now, you know, he's literally getting old, right? But now we're looking at his supporting cast. And and so the argument is is it is supporting cast or is it Brady. Yes. Eating as going to say every day. Tom's getting I know every night. We all are we all heard kind of the way it works. Yeah. Sorry guy. Tom currents like look at the receiving or they had like three receivers on the roster at one point in gronk is looks like he's seventy. So that's why Brady expand. Reggie miller. Is how old is Reggie like fifty two. But when when you see reg looks like he's in his forties. Reggie will be on the call with Kevin Harlan for thundered Spurs this Thursday night. That's at nine thirty eastern on TNT, reg, good morning. How are you? I'm doing great. Now, the older I got as a basketball player when I entered thirty seven thirty eight and I retired in thirty nine. I was blessed to have a young nucleus around me that propelled me the Rauner test, Jermaine O'Neal, Al Harrington Jonathan bender Jamaal Tinsley. So Donnie walls did a good job of surrounding me with that youth that was the next generation. So that's why we continue to win was because no he did we have young players that were hungry and talented, but I was fortunate enough to still play with like Austin Crozier Jeff foster my last year, Dale Davis came back. So we still had the influx of veteran players.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Mclovin was just patting me on the back and saying, hey, your prediction is already a great prediction. No matter. What happens to the chargers and saints? It's already a great prediction. And I said, no, they gotta get to the conference title game before I consider that a great prediction preseason prediction. And then I said, you know, what even better when police says, it's a great prediction, Ben? It's a great prediction. So I have to wait before. I get the sign off the acknowledgement from paulie that picking the saints and chargers to go to the Super Bowl was a great prediction. Yes, paulie? I think you're charges pick up. The chargers. Win the Super Bowl. You get full credit for great prediction for one reason. Even though the charges were very good team. With a lot of good personnel coming into this season. It's not a shocker that. They're a good team. The chargers history of of playing in the regular season and doing nothing in the playoffs preclude the lot of people from picking them to be in the Super Bowl a lot. And there's a Twitter beef going on by two writers. Tom Curran who covers the patriots and vice Haniya from Bleacher report, they're going to all the time. NFL writers back and forth over Brady's. Now. Getting old now, you know, he's literally getting old, right? But now we're looking at his supporting cast. And and so the argument is is it is supporting cast or is it Brady. Yes. Eating as going to say every day. Tom's getting I know every night. We all are we all are kind of the way it worked. Yeah. Sorry guy. Tom currents like look at the receiving or they had like three receivers on the roster at one point in gronk is looks like he's seventy. So that's why Brady looks bad. Reggie Miller is how old is Reggie like fifty two. But when when you see reg looks like he's in his forties. Reggie will be on the call with Kevin Harlan for thundered Spurs this Thursday night. That's at nine thirty eastern on TNT, reg, good morning. How are you? I'm doing great. Now, the older I got as a basketball player when I entered thirty seven thirty eight and I retired in thirty nine. I was blessed to have a young nucleus around me. That propelled me the Rauner tests Germain. No, new al-harran ten Jonathan bender Jamaal Tinsley. So Donnie walls did a good job of surrounding me with that youth that was the next generation. So that's why we continue to win was because no he did we have young players that were hungry and talented, but I was fortunate enough to still play with like Austin Crozier Jeff foster my last year, Dale Davis came back. So we still had the influx of veteran players mixed.

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"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

14:10 min | 3 years ago

"jamaal tinsley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Win the Super Bowl. You get full credit for a great prediction for one reason. Even though the charges were very good team. With a lot of good personnel. Coming into the season. Not a shocker that. They're a good team. The chargers history of of playing in the regular season and doing nothing in the playoffs precludes a lot of people from picking them to be in the Super Bowl a lot. And there's a Twitter beef going on by two writers. Tom Colonel covers the patriots and from Bleacher report. NFL writers back and forth over Brady's. Now. Getting old now. He's literally getting old, right? But now we're looking at his supporting cast in. And so the argument is is it is supporting cast or is it Brady. Yes. He asking to stay every day. Tom's getting I know. Every day. We all are we all are kind of the way work. Yeah. Sorry guy. Tom currents like look at the receiving. They like three receivers on the roster at one point in gronk is looks like he's seventy. So that's why Brady looks bad. Reggie Miller is how old is Reggie like fifty two. But when when you see reg looks like he's in his forties. Reggie will be on the call with Kevin Harlan for thundered Spurs this Thursday night. That's at nine thirty eastern on TNT, reg, good morning. How are you? I'm doing great. Now, the older I got as a basketball player when I entered thirty seven thirty eight and I retired in thirty nine. I was blessed to have a young nucleus around me. That propelled me the Rauner tests, Jermaine O'Neal Al Harrington Jonathan bender Jamaal Tinsley. So Donnie walls did a good job of surrounded me with that use that was the next generation. So that's why we continue to win was because no we did we have young players that were hungry and talented, but I was fortunate enough to still play with like Austin cruiser. Jeff foster my last year, Dale Davis came back. So we still had the influx of veteran players mixed with this youth. I think that's why Tom Brady feels energetic every time he enters the city of is because he only be playing with young players, but he is still surrounded by the guys that helped win championships with him. So I agree. Yeah. We all get old with age. But if you can inject some youth in there at those key positions that keeps your superstar engaged speaking of youth. If you re drafted who would be the number one overall pick this year. Luca. No question. Look the game has changed. And I keep saying this as well as atan will be eventually it'll be a good player. He won't be a great player. Luca will be a great player in today's age. You've gotta have guys that range from six five to about six eight six nine that can do everything they can guard multiple positions that can shoot from range. Second handle, the basketball, big men are dinosaurs. And this game is cyclical. I'm sure I'm sure at some point the big men will be relevant again. But in two days game, you've got to have guys that do a little bit of everything in Aden. Friends the floor, and he can't fix you up and knock down a jump shot. But. You're not playing guy. Big guys aren't playing with their back to the basket. Like shock like David Robinson, Patrick Ewing. Like Akeem allies, you're ones Kareem those days are gone. So it's all about face up off the dribble, three's going coast to coast, Luca would be the number one keys, but why wasn't he taken number one? Overall. Didn't you have is former coach with the Phoenix Suns? He did. But I mean, there wasn't a lot of eyes on him. You know, and look everyone thinks European players when they get to the NBA or soft or they can't play this game. This young man, which people should have understood was the Euroleague in VP like sixteen or seventeen you tell me what sixteen or seventeen American player could have gone overseas and played professional and been uneven MVP, not not many not one. I couldn't that would come to mind. So I think a few people dropped the ball. But if you're a redrafting no question, I would go with Luca. If you if you were a general manager for an NBA team, and you were looking at John Williamson or you want to throw in buried in their whoever it is like, what are you looking for right now that you know, will translate into success in the NBA because that's the hard part when you're looking at young players. Can they do what they're doing now against big boys? Can they guard multiple positions? I'm going to be looking at the defensive van, really. Well, I I know what he can do offensively because he has crazy ability. We've all seen the YouTube. So we've just seen that allows highlight versus who is that Clemson when he did that three sixty dunk. I know the physical gifts that God has blessed him with Dan Kennedy play the game of basketball, especially at the defensive end. And he is in what she's going to be a tweeter. Because what do they listen as at what six seven six eight, which means he's really what six four six five. I hope not. But can. He guard multiple positions and canny have a consistent three point shots. Those remains the questions on Zion Williams. I know what he's gonna do in the open court. I know what he's going to do on the break. Can you rebound his physician can Gorgias position? Kenny make down. Can you knock down in an open three? These are questions. I'm sure every team that puts them through workout. They're probably going to camp him out on that three point line. And see if he can be consistent, and it feels like Barrett of Duke has a better pro game or is more pro ready, but I have to factor in the whole social media aspect too. I mean, I'm selling tech if I'm Cleveland, and you said I could have Zion or Barrett. I'm taking Zion hands down because I want people to tune in to watch my team. It's like Dallas with Luca. You're you're tuning in to watch him eight and could be better may have better number. You're not tuning in to watch the Andrei eight, but you will Luca because. There's a uniqueness to this Zion. There's a uniqueness to this. And I think that's part of when you're trying to sell your team to your fan base that you have to factor in and I think that with Zion. I would take him number one overall on any given night. Do you could be a leading story on the mothership network for as you mentioned, you know, YouTube and a highlight anytime Zion steps steps on the floor because of his athletic ability. But my whole thing is he's got to be well rounded at four thirty games are really be able to fly in that out to see if he's well rounded now that league play has started you'll get a better gauge of his basketball sense. Because when you're playing non conference games, you really don't get a sense of that when you have to face teams in your conference twice. That's when you kind of get a chance to see and conference tournaments. You get a chance to see who really has game. And I will also throw in camera tish, I think reddish game may translate at the pro level better than it does at Duke because of his ability to stretch the floor in shoot the basketball shooting, if you can shoot I tell young players that now if you can shoot that's one thing that can keep you in the league ten to fifteen years, especially in today's game having a reliable jump shot and obviously being in the right mix where the utilize that. But if you can shoot the basketball consistently you will have a job in the association. Chris Webber was on the show last week. He said Duke would get smoked by the worst NBA team. Absolutely. It would be a joke. I hate when people compare that has there been has there been a team, though, a college team in recent memory, the fab five have played against the worst NBA. No, okay. Ehre or even in today's there today would've gotten smoke. Okay. But. The only team, and I'm gonna go back that could've competed versus an NBA team was the baby back in those UCLA. You know, when the wealth cinder was a freshman, and he couldn't play on the varsity villas teams, maybe maybe. Maybe but it's such a night and day scenario between college and pros. I mean, you could almost put a collection of college all stars. Versus the worst NBA team. It wouldn't be a beatdown. It would be a better game. But the pro team would still win. I want to bring up the comments that Jerrell Maury had to say the Houston general manager who said that James harden could be the best offensive player of all time and could average forty points a game your thoughts. He's the best offense a player in today's games. No question with the rules cater to freedom of movement where you can't touch and he has mastered. How to draw contact in and make you reach in foul and get to the free throw line eleven times a game as a guard. He is the best offensive player in today's game. Could he average forty now? Well, we've seen that over the last one game. Forty so. Yeah. I mean, they want freedom of movement, which is great. They want scoring as you just mentioned for fans and fan base that brings is to the television and into yours arenas. Illegal encourages that. So I do not argue d'oro Maury. I agree that he is the best offense of player that this game has seen since for the last. Probably since Kobe. Yeah. Probably since Kobe Kobe the thing that separates to me. Kobe and James harden. Kobe had impeccable footwork. He fundamentally sound. Kobe was as close to m j that I've probably have ever seen. There's a lot of looseness to James Harden's game. He's got good footwork though. You mean when he's doing the three? Dissect? Good footwork. I didn't say anything about traveling or not just good footwork. There. Do you think James harden could could James harden, get eighty one points and again? I bet you that. It has crossed my mind cause he's got filthy at least fifty eleven times in his career Eighty-one. No. But I would not be surprised if he hits the seventy Mark Eighty-one will ever be done again, but Yemen Steph curry. I think both can knock on the door of seventy because of their abilities to get hot from beyond the arc. I mean, both can give you ten three ten to fifteen gay threes in a game hardening. Get fifteen free throws. I I will not be surprised if not this season or next James harden gets at least has a seventeen point game. But I don't see Steph curry doing it because he has so many other weapons unless those guys just go we're gonna feed you. Plus they going to blow out somebody. Where's houston? I mean, that's the that'd be a close game. The Lakers would favor. Yeah. When they face Toronto mean it was a close game that he had to stay in there and play with Golden State. It feels I could get away from another team in. Steph wouldn't stay in there. Whereas Houston, you know, hardened may have to stay on the floor. Did you make a big deal over LeBron in that documentary or of the TV show where he talked about after beating Golden State? He felt like he was the greatest player of all time. I know that made some headlines what did you make of that? Well, first of all, I think we want our superstars kind of having that bravado. I mean, look he said what if you know? That's that's how he feels. If he feels that. He's the greatest of all time. It's also everyone everyone's going to have their opinion on who they believe is the greatest player who you know, who they win against. I'm sure the guys in this era that absolutely believe that LeBron James is the greatest of all time because they never had to face Jordan. They never had to face cream. Abdeljabbar? Magic Johnson Larry Bird, Oscar Robertson, Jerry West. So it's it's all subjective. It's different eras is different rules. We just never here. Magic or Michael saying that and I think it took people by surprise when we actually saw LeBron James, and yeah, I'm that made me the greatest of all time. If that's how he perceives himself. That's great. I mean, we want our superstars, you know, speaking their best I felt that I was the best. I knew I wasn't. I would never say that. But you want you kind of want to you know, give your team and yourself hope personally. I don't believe he's the greatest of all time. But I have no problem with him thinking that bird did in magic had to think they were the best players of all time. But it wouldn't we didn't have social media. So wouldn't have rub people the wrong way. Like who does magic think he is saying he's better than Oscar Robertson or Korean, you know, whoever but with LeBron and social media, it's you know, it's a great hot to have where you're gonna either Whitby with him or against him..

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