35 Burst results for "Jamal"

Williams leads Lions to 3rd straight win, 31-18 over Giants

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 d ago

Williams leads Lions to 3rd straight win, 31-18 over Giants

"The Lions won their third straight game surprising the Giants 31 18 New York was leading 6 three midway through the second quarter when the game suddenly turned as 8 in Hutchinson intercepted Daniel Jones deep in New York territory Jamal Williams scored three place later on a four yard run the first of his three rushing touchdowns giving Detroit the lead for good Williams capped each of the Lions next to drives with short scoring runs expanding the lead to 24 6 early in the third quarter Grateful for three wings but we still got a lot more Now we know what winning looks like what it looks like on consistent basis And now we just got to keep it going and make it a standard here It's the first time the Lions have won three straight and 5 years Tom arim east Rutherford

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Doncic gets 50th triple-double, Mavs top shorthanded Nuggets

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Doncic gets 50th triple-double, Mavs top shorthanded Nuggets

"Luka Dončić recorded his 50th career triple double and leading the Mavericks to a one 27 99 route of the shorthanded nuggets Dončić recorded 33 points 12 rebounds at 11 assists Only ask a Robertson has reached 50 triple doubles faster than Dončić It's a pleasure you know It's not any names and I'm just really glad that I'm here and doing this Christian wood had 28 points and 8 rebounds for the Mavericks The nuggets were without Nikola Jokić and Jamal Murray both of whom are in health and safety protocols Kentavious Caldwell Pope and Bruce Brown each scored 18 points for the nuggets I'm Dave ferry

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US moves to shield Saudi crown prince in journalist killing - Yahoo News

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

US moves to shield Saudi crown prince in journalist killing - Yahoo News

"The U.S. has moved to shield the Saudi crown prince and a journalist killing the Biden administration has declared that the high office held by Saudi Arabia's crown prince should shield him from lawsuits for his role in the killing of a U.S. based journalist That's a turnaround from Joe Biden's passionate campaign trail denunciations of prince Mohammed bin Salman over the brutal slang The administration says the prince's official standing should give him immunity in the lawsuit filed by the fiance of slain Washington Post columnist Jamal

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Charlamagne Tha God: Dems Don't Have Anyone to Face Trump-DeSantis

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

Charlamagne Tha God: Dems Don't Have Anyone to Face Trump-DeSantis

"Here with Charlemagne the God, he's a real popular podcaster, I guess, and radio host out of New York. He was on Comedy Central over the weekend. Listen to what Charlemagne the God said about the Democrats having to go up against Ron DeSantis or Donald Trump. Well, we know in 2020 four it's going to be desantis and Trump, but I think we should scare people to get the Democrats going, nobody. Yeah. Yeah. So I disagree with that. I think we have a long bench, right? So we have Elizabeth Warren, who's a possibility. Come on. We have governor Whitmer in Michigan. It was a possibility. We have Jamal Bowman, who's a possibility. We have congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez, the rest of the squadron. Will you be old enough button? She'll be old enough. Here's the other thing. The largest growing voting. You think America is ready to vote for somebody that have someone aggressive like that? Absolutely. They can't even get abortions. How are they going to be president? The large weight? The largest growing voting block in the country are millennials and Gen Z okay. That's her base that's her generation. She can absolutely get it done. And again, Jamal Bowman might be on the ballot in 2024. Who knows, right? It's about him. It's about shifting the consciousness of America and painting a vision of what's possible. No one on the Republican side can do that. And no traditional Democrats are doing that like our younger, more progressive base in the house. I mean, there's respectfully, I ain't nobody that can beat the Santa's to Trump. That's charlamagne the God. He says, I say this respectful. There's nobody that can beat desantis and Trump. An interesting how he put them together. You notice that? Wouldn't that be something? How about that ticket? How about a Trump desantis? Oh, I don't know, desantis Trump ticket.

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Lions overcome big effort by Fields, beat Bears 31-30

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Lions overcome big effort by Fields, beat Bears 31-30

"The Lions scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to beat the bears 31 30 Jamal Williams scored on a one yard run with two 21 remaining before the extra point cap Detroit's rally The Lions wiped out at 14 point deficit with two quick TDs Tying it on a 20 yard interception return by Jeff udoka Jared Goff threw for 236 yards and a TD is the three and 6 Lions won their second straight since a 5 game losing streak That makes up plane ride back a little bit more enjoyable This is one where you wish the plane ride was a little bit longer you know But we'll enjoy it for the next few hours Justin Fields ran for 147 yards and two scores for Chicago and he threw for 167 yards and two TDs I'm Dave ferry

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Gordon's 27, Jokic's triple-double lead Nuggets past Thunder

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Gordon's 27, Jokic's triple-double lead Nuggets past Thunder

"Aaron Gordon and Nikola Jokić with the stars in the nuggets one 22 one ten win over the thunder Gordon provided 23 of his team high 27 points in the first half as Denver ended Oklahoma City's four game winning streak Jokic posted his third triple double of the season and 79th of his career finishing with 15 points 13 rebounds and 13 assists Jamal Murray's 24 points helped the nuggets bounce back from Sunday's loss to the Lakers The thunder erased a 14 point halftime lead and led 93 91 before falling Shea gilges Alexander led all scorers with 37 points I'm Dave fairy

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Pastor Jamal Bryant Blasts Herschel Walker in Sermon

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Pastor Jamal Bryant Blasts Herschel Walker in Sermon

"Will I give you pastor Jamal Bryant, this is an actual pastor of a big church in lithonia, Georgia, maybe you saw this two minute clip because it did go viral. Check this out. Ladies and gentlemen, when the Republican Party of Georgia moved Herschel Walker from Texas to Georgia so that he could run for Senate, it's because change was taking too fast in the pulse antebellum south. The state had been flipped blue, and there are some principalities that were not prepared for a black man and a Jewish man to go to Senate at the exact same time. So they figured that they would lose us by picking somebody who they thought would in fact represent us better with a football than with a degree in philosophy. They thought we were so slow that we were so stupid that we would elect the lowest caricature of a stereo typical broken black man. As opposed to somebody who was educated and erudite and focused y'all ain't ready for me today. Since Herschel Walker was 16 years old, white men been telling him what to do. Telling him what school to go to, where to live, where to eat. Where to buy a house, where to run, where to sit down, where to sleep, where to pay for abortions, where to buy a gun. And that you think they not gonna tell him how to vote. In 2022, we don't need a walker. We need a runner. We need somebody who gonna run and tell the truth about January 6th. We need somebody who gonna run and push for the cancellation of student loan debts. We need somebody who gonna run and make the former president respond to a subpoena.

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Former Scientologist Bigwig Outs John Travolta in New Book

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:27 min | Last month

Former Scientologist Bigwig Outs John Travolta in New Book

"A new book written by the former scientologist Mike renner, rinder. Love render. And in the book, he says he once saw John Travolta kiss a male masur and in front of him and his Scientology bigwig. So render was in the top ranks when he left the organization back in 2007, the book's called a billion years, my escape from a life in the highest ranks of Scientology, and he was assigned to help Travolta with some PR issues when he allegedly witnessed the kiss. And when they spoke, Jamal is just having a bathrobe, walked into the room, kissed the actor on the mouth, and Travolta said, I'll be in there soon. So this guy's head is the bedroom, a kiss on the mouth. That's pretty shocking, right in front of his senior Scientology official. You know, wasn't done back then. But it was indicative, I guess, of the trust that Jamal placed on render. So he says that he brought it by the church to help squash talk about Travolta's love life because since the beginning of the 90s, Travolta has been hounded by stories from all these male lovers and masseuses, even one of his former pilots, and a porn star, a male porn star. They've all come out and claimed to have had affairs with John Travolta. And after the national inquirer, contacted voltage team about this upcoming story, that's when Scientology sprung into action. Because they realized there was a big potential for PR damage, a story of a gay sex story of gay sex would have, you know, that would have been an awful for Scientology, special for the couple, John and Kelly Preston. So we actually dug up dirt on the sources and threatened the media with lawsuits. Renders the guy who does the show would lay a remedy. Scientology in the aftermath. He's got a lot of stuff to say. He says that in the book that the church claims not to be anti gay, but yet the threat of a story describing a scientologist as gay would cause panic internally because far scientologists not being cured quote of homosexuality would indicate that the technique doesn't work. Because that's what they believe they can do.

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Undefeated Eagles spoil Pederson's return, top Jaguars 29-21

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Undefeated Eagles spoil Pederson's return, top Jaguars 29-21

"The eagles remain the NFL's only perfect team after miles Sanders and Jalen hurts led their offense to a 29 21 win over the Jaguars Sanders ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns to help the eagle spoil head coach Doug Peterson's return to Philadelphia Hertz passed for 204 yards and ran for a score for the four and zero eagles Hertz had a pass intercepted by Andre sisko and returned 59 yards for a TD giving Jacksonville a 14 zero lead in the first quarter Trevor Lawrence threw for 174 yards and two touchdowns to Jamal agnew But the Jags QB fumbled four times and had one interception I'm Dave fairy

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The Trump Bombshells Keep Dropping With Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:31 min | 3 months ago

The Trump Bombshells Keep Dropping With Glenn Kirschner

"Let me just talk to you about this latest reporting this morning. National security experts are also shocked that signals intelligence was recovered, so it's not even just the nuclear stuff, former senior intelligence officials said during the Trump administration highly classified intelligence about sensitive topics, including about intelligence gathering in Iran, was routinely mishandled one former official said the most highly classified information often ended up in the hands of personnel who didn't appear to have the need to possess it weren't authorized to read it. Former official also said signals intelligence intercepted electronic communications like emails and phone calls of foreign leaders was among the type of information that often ended up with unauthorized personnel, such intercepts were among the most closely guarded secrets because of what they can reveal about how the U.S. has penetrated foreign governments. One person with familiar with the inventory of the 15 boxes taken from Mar-a-Lago indicated signals intelligence material was in them. I mean, Michael Hayden just tweeted Jesus Christ. That's what intelligence professionals are saying. They said Bill crystal said people ask why would Trump keep documents plenty of possible reasons EG this is pure speculation. Signals Intel on MBS and Jamal Khashoggi or on Saudi nukes are the kind of docs you'd want in case you had to remind the Saudis to keep the money coming, one historian said if it was you or I and not Trump or were in possession of top secret documents about nuclear weapons or signals Intel will you and I would be handcuffs in a very bright room with glam rock playing in our ears yet he plays the victim. Again, every time you think we're at the end of a bombshell, right? And I didn't even know what signals intelligence was until this morning, but that's another layer, right? It is. And you know what this proves Steph, it proves the folly of having a policy that says you can't indict a sitting criminal president because people knew he was misusing mishandling classified documents all day every day. That closes the danger to our national security and by all accounts we did nothing about it. Why? Because a sitting president gets to commit as many crimes as he wants while in the Oval Office with impunity. That's insanity. That's banana republic approach to government. And this highlights the danger of that, which is now come home to roost. I hope we learn this lesson based on this episode.

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Capitol Police Fire Back After Colbert Nine Released Without Charges

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 4 months ago

Capitol Police Fire Back After Colbert Nine Released Without Charges

"Look at the corrupt United States department of injustice Look at the corrupt U.S. attorney graves Oh he's not corrupt then what is he What is he The blaze capitol police chief fires back If the U.S. attorney refuses to charge Stephen Colbert's staff arrested a capital office building rights Chris and low How come How come I mean they throw a very wide net on people they're charging old women who have cancer treatment What if you're from Hollywood and you work with Steven coper the U.S. attorney in Washington D.C. graves who has a Democrat hack just like his wife That's right pal And Garland the U.S. attorney general The United States Capitol police revealed new details today alleging Stephen Colbert's staffers repeatedly disobeyed instructions from capitol police officers prior to their arrest repeatedly The news came one day after the U.S. attorney's office declined to charge the staffords From the capitol police referred to as the Colbert 9 Capitol police chief J Thomas manger explained in a letter the production crew was arrested in the longworth House office building After a staffer for representative Jamal Bowman Democrat New York secured his office and called the United States Capitol police emergency phone number To report a disturbance outside the office next to Bowman's That office belonged to representative Lauren boebert Republican Colorado why were they there Because you're a bunch of cheap punks

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Arrest of Saudi for lying to FBI shows kingdom’s reach in US

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Arrest of Saudi for lying to FBI shows kingdom’s reach in US

"It began with a message that appeared on Saudi critic and advocate of women's rights Donna el Mayo's phone from an anonymous Instagram account a promise to help her crush a $5 million lawsuit She faced from a pro government Saudi fashion model But the mystery Texas said she had to meet him in person It was December 2019 a year after the slaying of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul and Mao feared being kidnapped and taken back to the kingdom like others Now she's glad she didn't go U.S. federal prosecutors have arrested the man behind the message 42 year old Ibrahim Al Hussein on charges of lying to federal officers about using the fake account to harass and threaten saadi critics like move living in the U.S. and Canada I'm Charles De

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Biden says he raised Khashoggi murder with crown prince

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Biden says he raised Khashoggi murder with crown prince

"President Biden says he brought up Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi's killing during the long anticipated meeting with Saudi crown pins Mohammed bin Salman I raise it at the top of the meeting U.S. intelligence believes The Crown prince likely approved Khashoggi's murder for years ago He basically said that he was not personally responsible for it I indicated I thought he was The president says he was a crystal clear in saying a U.S. president can not be silent about human rights as a candidate He said he treats Saudi Arabia as a pariah but after exchanging a fist bump with The Crown prince he's under intense criticism The Washington Post publisher called it shameful worse than a handshake that it gave The Crown prince unwarranted redemption Sagar Meghani Washington

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Biden and Saudi crown prince begin crucial meeting with fist bump

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Biden and Saudi crown prince begin crucial meeting with fist bump

"A meeting to repair one of the world's most important diplomatic relationships has started with a fist bump Saudi television captured the scene outside a royal palace in Jeddah Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman Tapping President Biden's fist U.S. intelligence believes the ground prince likely ordered journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death and the president had refused to meet with him until now as concerns over rising gas prices and Iranian aggression eclipse human rights violations There was little evidence of warmth between the men and reporters were kept well away during their meeting Jamal Khashoggi were you apologized to his family sir Thank you guys Thank

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Highly-anticipated meeting between President Joe Biden and Saudi Crown Prince

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Highly-anticipated meeting between President Joe Biden and Saudi Crown Prince

"President Biden is meeting with Saudi leaders including crown prince Mohammed bin Salman The kingdom's heir apparent greeted the president at a royal palace with a fist bump until now the president had refused to meet with the man known as MBS whom U.S. intelligence agencies assess likely ordered journalist Jamal Khashoggi's killing while the president had pledged during his campaign to treat Saudi Arabia as a pariah state due to human rights abuses other concerns like Iran and rising gas prices have taken center stage

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Pressed on upcoming Saudi meeting, Biden says he "always brings up human rights"

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Pressed on upcoming Saudi meeting, Biden says he "always brings up human rights"

"President Biden's first Mideast trip will end in Saudi Arabia and his meetings there may determine whether the whole journey was a success or a failure While running for office he vowed to treat the Saudis as a pariah for their human rights record and as president signed off on a U.S. intelligence community finding that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman likely approved journalist Jamal Khashoggi's killing Today the president will meet with among others the man known as MBS Khashoggi's fiance tells the AP in the process the president will lose his moral authority It's a heartbreaking and disappointing The president has not committed to bringing up Khashoggi's death and talks with MBS and while he says human rights are always a topic with every leader this visit is much broader To promote U.S.

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The AP Interview: Khashoggi fiancee criticizes Biden visit

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

The AP Interview: Khashoggi fiancee criticizes Biden visit

"The fiance of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is criticizing President Biden's trip to Saudi Arabia a teacher chengi says the president's meeting with the Saudi crown prince is a sign he is backing down on a pledge to prioritize human rights It's a heartbreaking and disappointing Cheng gui tells the AP President Biden will lose moral authority by putting oil and expediency over principles and values She thought the president was different He's doing the same And embracing dictators in the region right now Crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has long denied any knowledge or involvement in Khashoggi's killing What is his body still We do not have any answer And people need to get a truth During the campaign the president describes Saudi Arabia as a pariah We can not forget what happened to Jamal I'm Ed

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Jamal Murray Takes Step Towards Nuggets Return From ACL Injury

Schlereth and Evans

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Jamal Murray Takes Step Towards Nuggets Return From ACL Injury

"Jake Shapiro writes about how Jamal Murray's rehab hits the next level. As he's been practicing and we saw the video yesterday, put out Jamal Murray practicing with the nugget summer league team and Michael Malone saying that this is the most extensive live on 5 basketball that Jamal Murray has played since he tore his ACL. Now the only thing about that comment that makes me sit back and question a little bit. Yeah. Is if this right now in the middle of July is the most extensive 5 on 5 basketball that he's played since tearing his ACL, how in the world did you feel that he was cleared to compete and come back and play in the playoffs? A couple months ago. Right. Innate, it was like, yeah. What is he clear? What April May what? I mean yeah, but I mean, they handled that

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"jamal" Discussed on Point God with Baron Davis

Point God with Baron Davis

10:20 min | 9 months ago

"jamal" Discussed on Point God with Baron Davis

"Got over two points in the semester. So I passed my class, but still I missed the old basketball team. Damn. Fast. Fast forward, I work with my game again. The same damn thing happens to my sophomore year. I make the team, I don't have a team. And what is it? Because I was going through the same shit I crossroads, like tardies, and excuse that. It was just, I felt like he was like too cool for school. I was way too cool. When I went to class, I applied myself. It was born. It was born to me. I'm going over here. I'm going to get a haircut and do whatever it is I do. Whatever it is I can. So same thing happens. Now, it gets to a point where I get my attendance and stuff was so bad. Think about this for me. You know this. Dorsey is in south central. Right? They want us in there. My attendance was so bad. I got kicked out of Dorsey the second part of the year and they was like, look, you got to go to your home so I had to go to morningside. Oh my God. Go to morningside to finish up that semester. He said, if you do well, you can come back. Mass crazy. Yeah. So that's how that works. That's how it was so bad that I had to go to morningside because that was my home school, 'cause I lived in Inglewood to get back to Dorset. And all the time you working on your game and the whole time. And you can't play. And I can't play. And that's where now I'm going to tell you about the debt part of when he was like, he tried to steer me away from basketball. And so me and him got into it a lot. And it's a relationship that to this day is still a work in progress. This is much better. But that was the foundation for why we were like that because he was like, all you think about is basketball. Like the chances you make it is so slim, you know what I mean? And he was nice. So he had injuries that Oregon and what I found out later on was when he didn't make it, it broke his heart. So he didn't want me to go through that same. Hey, but what are your 15 year old kids? You like, why aren't you supporting my dream? That's what I want to do. Right. You know what I'm saying? So that was the friction. So I just stayed a little basic. All you love is basketball. You don't care about nothing else. What if it don't work, right? So I'm like, it's gonna work. It's gonna work. Fast forward, that year at morningside, and this is the airplane ticket. This ain't no electronic ticket. My sister said, you can take it. She's like, I'm gonna help you run away and get back here. I'm like, what? 'cause I was trying to run away. Yeah. I'm a help you get back, 'cause I knew in Seattle it was all the freedom I wanted. I'm like, I feel like I'm in jail. I gotta get out of here. Yeah. Right. So if she sent me the plane ticket or muffin fan, every day after school, you know, you have clothes you don't wear every day after school. I'm taking the clothes I wear and putting them in a suitcase in the back of the yard. I go back through the clips off of everything else. It's all packing my stuff each day. Because it's still a fool 'cause half the clothes I wear anyway, but they gonna stand here. Right. The day that the camera ran away and never looked back. And they knew once I read my family and my dad knew once I ran away back Seattle, they couldn't get me back. But it was like some click though. It was like, all right, now you know, you can't go to school if you don't get your grades. It's like something clicked to that point on. Vascular and then when you go back to Seattle, turn up state championship. You know what I mean? 'cause I remember watching you on the watch summer games, and then not seeing you again until you wind up at Michigan. You know what I mean? How did you get to Michigan? Why did you want to go to Michigan? You know, talk about that. High school years in Seattle, you broke out, you became a man. You was like a show. You know what I mean? Right. So one of my last games in New York now, the one my last game in LA before I left. I'm planning against you at the pump classic. And you lock me up. And it was embarrassing. You do it twice in a row. And remember, like, I know who Barron Davis is. He's my hero. Yeah. And we're only a couple of years apart, but he's my hero. I love this dude. And so I'm already mentally walking. It's almost like the first time you play against Irish man. You know what I see? You know what I'm saying? That's what it was for me. And I'm like, damn. So you locked me up, ripped me twice. In a row, full court like Nestlé with the ball, and it was one of the moments like I was embarrassed to dribble and I could really dribble. Even then. And so yeah, it was nice. No, that was, okay, so that was two games before the next time I ended up playing against Todd river zone. I had 30. It may be a Long Beach somewhere. Maybe at the pyramid. At the time. I had 30. But I knew you was watching 'cause that's your man. So you watch it and you probably play next. I'm like, man, I'm like, BD, I said 30 is like for real. Yeah, we had a quick time. I don't know if you ever had a quick conversation. I did, I left I ran away like two days later, three days later. Before next time. I come back to Seattle 16. And I'm on my own, my mixtape mission. Now, I want everybody to know I'm back 'cause they saw me as a kid, I left at 5 9. I went back to 6 four. I got the same handles same box. I'm like, where's the best ones in the city? In the worst spirit, like wildfire. Wildfire. So now, the city's taking notice, I got this one spot. It's kind of an upper spot. I play against the sonics on a humbug. I kill this arcs. I'm Pookie snows guard. I'm going out of all right. So then the sonics I don't know if it's going to exist past the statue of limitation. I start going to the science facility, killing. Yeah. In high school. Right. In high school. So now, Chris is like come playing a pro am, which is like the drew league in LA. I'm planning to get Sean Kim thanks out of my career. All right, cliff Robinson in peace. My first four games only get 8 points. I still like two points again. Doug Christie rose to ankle. It like just go, I might just hoop it. I started the rest of the way. At that point. It was over. I was like, oh, it's so. It's standing room only when you showed up. Like, what was it like going in high school, playing, you know? I don't know, 'cause you disappeared. I never knew you ran away. All I know is I was like, where's Jamal Crawford? Jamal Crawford was one of my favorite players, my favorite high school players, and I was like, damn, I was talking to them like that. I found one. You know what I mean? Like, you all that shit. I was like, man, this shit is about to go up. I always wanted to play with you, bro from when I saw you at Dorsey in the watch summer games. And then you disappeared. Now I know you left. And you ran away. What was it like you're seeing your year? In Seattle, please paint that environment for me, dude. I know it was crazy. So imagine this, right? There's no social media. So everything is by word of mouth or you got to come out and see it. My name hit grew so much. And the sonics is here at the time. The science is actually here in Seattle at the time. So my stuff, it went so crazy. With the sonics that now you got Gary Payton and Sean kept coming to my games. But my may have been the third most popular player in all of Seattle behind guarantee. That's what I'm saying. So it's standing room only. Gary Payton and those guys are coming to my games. Now this is a glove Gary Payton. And waiting for me after the game, but I was like, oh, shit this is crazy. Jason Jason Terry said the same shit. He said, Gary Payton would come to his high school games and be on the sideline, barking and talking shit, like pumping him up. Was he doing the same thing to you? The same shit, bro like he's coming to the games. Waiting for me after the game. So after my high school meeting all that, like, wait for him. Like he covered. And he's like, yo, do this, do this, come hang with me, I'm gonna show y'all that I'm like, what? This is the glove. Don't forget both just two years ago or a year or two before. I'm in LA and eligible. Right. You know what I'm saying? So this shit happens so fast. I'm a third most popular player. That's I was more profitable for any of the college students. For sure. And I was more popular sonics. Yeah. I became the star. Yes. Like Ken griffey, Julia, Eric Metcalf, these dudes are coming to my high school game. So I'm like, oh, shit. Stand alone. And when I'm playing, I'm trying not to let you down. I want you to have an experience. So people see all the shit I'm doing now in high school, all right. Now in the pros, but you were doing that in high school. So you had a lot of videos. I got a video, and I'm a release it at some point. Fuck it, I'm gonna tell you my God. I'm gonna release something called the lost crossing that I got when I was a kid all the way up to people have never seen one of the plays on there. I hit the ball full court. Pressure is there, I'm born that way. I dribble up full court my back to him. So he can get the ball walking backwards. I finally turn it facing at the three point line. I thought over my neck, I shoot it and I started running. The other way. I didn't watch it going. I was doing what I was doing that. In 1998. It turned it before the crowd lost. I got that on video. So there's so many plays. Yes. They were like, even GPU, like, it's a show. It's a show.

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"jamal" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"And i was trying to figure out what that next story was going to be here. The murder jamal happens and as reading it. You know you have journalists. Washington post journalist. Who was advocating for human rights in his country freedom of press freedoms beach supportive of crown of royal family of the kingdom but also coming from a western perspective guy who had been spending his life back and forth to the west believing that there could be a better way that you didn't need to have a authoritarian autocratic dictatorship where you're repressing every freedom to rule a country Well and so. As crown prince mohammad bin salman rises to power on one hand. He's making reforms that to the western world. Look like as positive. Granting women the right to drive for example on the other hand he's basically making that anybody and i mean anybody who has an opinion against him or doesn't share a positive opinion about him. is being arrested thrown in jail put on mock trials Tortured beheaded and when i say not in support of him basically went around and anybody who was famous or well known in saudi arabia. If they didn't take to their social media platforms for their outlets supporting mohammed bin salman. They would find themselves. You know interrogated interested said. Hey here's what you need to do. So silence was not enough. You had to yet to be verbally writing. Whatever communicating your support for the crown pratt's kashogi decides that he's not going to do this He goes washington and what he's basically writing about if you go back into his washington post columns and read. What he was writing about. That year is that he believed that the us saudi relationship especially with donald trump was not a healthy relationship so he's critical of donald trump he believe that mohammed bin salman was essentially milking the country for its resources In that there needed to be a larger trickle down wealth he believes women should have rights in the country And he believed that people should be able to to express their opinion without the fear of being locked up and thrown in jail. The these are all things i think. All of us in the united states in the west take for granted. The idea that we can you know whatever say for years. I don't like joe biden and that doesn't mean you're going to be arrested thrown into jail without charges and so this was would Jamal was writing about and at the same time. Jamal comes to understand the power of social media of twitter e end. I i think we think of twitter as the platform to go on sharon idea or show a rand or disseminate false information. Whatever you wanna call it that we don't view as As a platform four control for actual taking control and.

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"jamal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

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"jamal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Welcome back to jalen and jacoby joining us right now on. The program this says is crawford. Thanks for taking the time. Thank you for having me. I appreciate. I'm one of the biggest fans so he's a lot to us. We have came for of the nba finals tonight. Seems like there's been a momentum swing as the series went to milwaukee. What do you expect tonight game for. I expect milwaukee to win. I really do think the home team has won. Every single game. And i saw see a plan. Now i see why seven i think phoenix and wins in the end so jc. I love you brother. Thank you for joining this show songs and you play with. Cpi you ball with book would. Are you see what these phoenix sauce. And how do you feel. They're going to close it out. Well i think they have to closers have one if they have to closers and they know how to each other way whilst you'll be effective. I think they're both dogs. I think they both have respect for each other. I think their focus. I think that hungry and humble they know what's at stake and i think they'll get it done series now team. Usa's preparing for the tokyo olympics. They beat argentina but they previously lost to australia and nigeria. What do you think about the state of team. Usa right now. I think it was a shocker. For everyone but i think they'll figure it out. There's too much talent. You have the great profits over there. And i feel like you have the best player in the world kevin durant so with all those things when they come into play at the end of the day i still see them wanting ago. J extremely.

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"jamal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

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"jamal" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

Brewsing Banter

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

"It's important that were specific in who we mean what we say community we are. We are in our. Our brewers is in woodbridge which is but it's one block away from eight which is a very black city very very black neighborhoods. We got black people in our tap. Ramon time so it's one of those things where it's like when we say we are about community. What are we really moon. And they were like our director team. You know having these these israel conversations. They were like absolutely right by yet. What do we what do we do so right so then the questions like how do we help. What do we do. Who can we cut a check to and it was like instead of cutting check. Let's do something. Let's make this a part of our culture. This making a part of who we are so that the people that are bir know what we're about bigger tips crappier isn't just an industry. It's a culture just as much as it is. Industry writers as unreasonable people support. These brands in isn't just because the beer. So good. it's there's a lot of other things that the factor into that whole community aspect so Started this call our equality committee Focused on on three things just To diversify diversifying the beer industry to bring some awareness to racial injustice and to help uplift black neighborhoods in comedian. So first big kind of lift on that. Was this black. On black monroe. Scholarship so in sickert university chaplains to be predominantly white. Catholic university is also only brewery the only university that has brewing science survey eleven months ruin science program that prepares you to be a professional brewer..

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"jamal" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

Brewsing Banter

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

"This is right after the inbound buyout. So they just bought last lowenbraun. Add all these. Other belgian beers portfolio stella was in the portfolio. Now and prior to that you're talking about it was just michelob. And mick ultra bud. Light and kind of those core brands as now. They have this huge portfolio. They were thrown a bunch of innovative new stuff. At the at the table. And you've gotta wholesalers. That are all full of know. Fifty year old white guys. Hoops been selling bud light their whole life and they didn't want to try anything new they didn't want to sell any new So it was like every so. Bush was mandating the every wholesaler. Have someone on staff that essentially works for as it was corporate focusing on these new innovative products in craft things. Can i just turned twenty at the time and nobody else in. The wholesaler wanted the job. So i was by the based by the fact like a couple of people left and a couple of people that had gotten fired or moved on and then everybody else just flat out denied. The job want wanted. I was kinda like next in line And they kind of had offered me. They did everything by seniority back. Then so i just happened to be next in line and for me. It was like an opportunity for full-time gig. I was still going to school part time. But a better chance to make some real money and help famine. You can do all this before you turned twenty one so you can hear what a product but and weird right so So please bob honda give the kid a shot know. Abc's can't hide this. He's not even twenty one. You can legally be eighteen To sell their and serve beer but obviously newbies twenty one to drink and they were like we need somebody that can actually like simplest product will do this shit like you can't just you can't hire this kid. For this position and it was mandated by a by a b but but the wholesale choose the position survivors like a shot. You can't tell us what to do and they put me in an office like listen the way this has gotta work is like we'll give you the shot at doing this game but if this doesn't work out we're gonna let you go. You can't stay with the company won't be like a demotion scenario. It'll be like this either. Works or doesn't work so used still on it and it was. It was heavy. And i call my mom and she gives me this like old school jamaican pets are just like you can do anything such to bob by the out and it was it was real because it was like all right this is this is an opportunity..

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"jamal" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

Brewsing Banter

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

"True and i guess that's what they did so now i gotta ask doing what Kegs means I thought they just was now no tax. Let me bring through to europe. And there's a piece but what's up. What's jamie man. Yeah yeah. Jimmy jimmy robert see. I do see that Your art was talking about in the back that you did. This is south. Oh man me and my wife. This nice beautiful because she was like. What are you doing all these kids. I was like. I'm gonna. I'm gonna hang on somehow so Instead of having just seven just be on. The show wanted to float a little bit and as i As it grows. I add more so it might just cover the whole law eventually and that meant right. Yeah and maybe maybe maybe people want sponsor and get their their beer on wall all for just ninety nine. Sounds like you need to take those fears off. And we know that was just jovan. That wouldn't be. Just some of the things i've i've i've drank over the time we've been on this packet something that haven't been on a podcast But yeah well. This is the first edition of bruising brothers sure academic endeavor are on occasion but we went. We wanted to definitely get Like i said jamal on jamie on the program. Talk about me by his government. What does she said. Jamal jamie on here. I don't even though you did that on purpose. But ascoli jamie for those who do not know like you say he is the director of sales and marketing at new england brewing and I guess we we've already talked about. What are you doing something. Yeah oh yeah yeah. Yeah so what i got. Actually let me be honest here. I don't even know what this brewery is. They can't find it on a care. Yeah it's like. I don't know i don't know play while my brewery you ever heard probably something they might just do a lot of wild elves ills. Yeah they must because this is So while mine else. But this is Would they call her internal optimists cover here and the ck and this is what it looks like on the cancel. It has some sunglasses for those who are listening. Got some sunglasses on set. Listen palm trees in a field to yet. That's a good way to describe that kind of say about a bench But it's a smoothies. Douse our ill with pineapples. Orange coconuts waterfall up. But it's a four point five. Ab and yeah let me see. Let me just say oh. It looks like this is the part that kind of threw me for a loop here so this is what it looks like. Oh i look like.

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"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

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"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Do a two and they can tap into these resources in do these things with they family and their kids kids behind like the way you have been for me when i started found that sounded like i was thoroughly impressed and blown away because like you say they don't like we didn't even view ourselves like they like forget vein on viewers like it took the michael jordan. The us junior bridge the magic. Those people even less you ourselves like like you say to c k. D's mellow as the brand. All these guys bank proud of guys like you when the ones before you saw me. We felt that out. You know those are due to on hand showcasing one of the biggest prize that i really wanted to get out there. Was everything doing business. And how you got. The ninety sunlight got with ninety seven businesses. That you on like that's crazy. That's great you know. He's got this craze. And i do quietly and that's just my personality. You know what i mean out here. Hey does even you here. But it's like if anybody wanna highlight me. I'm here. I'm not really out here. Like put dustin myself out then like the soup against the part about it and just a lot of guys have the you have the opportunity and you have the blessing and you have the resources but also tell is that you are one of the original entrepreneurs you know what i mean and just no money has told us that we are entrepreneurs just because we picked up sport at an early as that's entrepreneurial unanimity wasn't the difference between us going out in the projects playing basketball to hone skills and bill gates in a in a garage on his computer. Then you know what i mean. So i mean i just look at it. appeals just different is the draft. You know they have the stock market But then when you look at bill gates and him starting michael saw he don't stop it. Microsoft eat the stuff you know what i mean There's lots of different girls thing. I want to salute. You want oj's because not everybody that gets your position is has willing to share those gyms in the shadow secrets in trouble had the answer. Like the guy. You're the satellite veto. Not plan you. We all know different. People this achieve this achieved They wanna be the only one over here. Doing this say i got this. I got this. But i wanna show you how to get there so i always appreciate guys like you is willing to open up share and help in any way you can because we know that everybody ain't like laying on own name. I've been talking about saying people love about this era. Now some of these a lot of these guys are getting together and they doing business ventures together they talking on the court and they talking about this or they put their money together where you don't have to pay all that let's do it together and we get it all together but back in our era we didn't communicate the way that these kids communicate now. So i'm definitely proud of these calves. These are you sure about that. I'm telling you what said is not all the way through my brother man. I'm telling you talk to my talk to is not people who get them keys. Why you think catalysts anyone. Show us the keys. He was talking about the same thing. Because it got the access. Don't always shiri share. That's what they need to be cherished that much more. Because he is not as common as the edison supposed to be orioles. I've definitely that's why for me for me. It's always been and what choose talking about. Referencing is that. I've been in a position where a lot of people didn't know what i was doing while i was playing. I wouldn't say anything. But then i would ask them for. Will i heard you doing this. Show me that. And i know it. I don't know who done the same exact thing. Yeah they wouldn't they went share and they look at you differently for. Do you know what i mean and even have whatever you do on even affect they money. They still won't even give it to you. And i've come to the realization. I'm not a long time. I struggle with it. Because i used to be like damn i thought we was light and then i had to kind of go through my thing mentally. It'd be loud. I can't hold it against them because who knows why they're like that. Maybe some happening than what helps by innate. Barnes and what did it wrong and screw up so they just like. I ain't never doing so. I try not to hold that person against people but it doesn't change the fact that remains is still effect. That happens way too often with us that after night everybody should just be trying share and help each other and not always the my experience is not only been from appears has also been from owners inform owners. So it's one thing that i made a promise to myself. Is that anybody. That comes to me. And once information and i can help. I'm gonna do so because it's my duty and responsibility. Don't block them. Blesses has a when you have somebody that's searching for information wanna share it. You know what i mean you know. And that's the part that i talk about where i'm excited for you guys in what you guys doing. Because you're providing a platform for other players to figure out what their post basketball career can look like in in in an organic way in that. That's when you guys. That's the biggest thing that i've seen is that this is grown. Organically has surprised us. Truly a blessing help. People is really rocking with us even. Oj's guys like yeah just coming out and just telling us like man as we doing the right thing. It makes you feel good that we are going in the right direction. When you speak the truth man. It's hard for not to work on. He'll be one i got..

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"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"To me. Never use it was funny is You know that's where. I learned a lot about business in a car dealerships. Understanding that of how not to lose money would also add to make money. You know so for me. It was always says my father was professional boxer. He never made a lot of money at it and i grew up in the projects. I never wanted to go back to projects so that was my main goal. It was not enjoy my time but in a project. But you don't know you broke until you see the other side let me ask you this Because i saw the cousin. There's so we need start. You know more business. I'm more my business. Mind now than i was back when i was making all of the nba money but most families don't grow up with anybody in the family telling them about owner anything they sell. You know what i'm saying or they don't grow up getting no type of financial literacy how you suck out from do. He had the magazine. I need to know it by. I can just pay you to do. But i rather grill myself to life so landed somebody put that. Nu of like man you need on some. Don't stop at an nba check. But you need to own something yourself. You need to know financial literacy and this could help create a generational wealth so it was It was my mom. My mom lives in beckley west. Virginia and then she moved to new york city at eighteen years old. And if anybody knows anything about beckley west jan was a coal mining state and that a lot of opportunities there back there in the sixties fifties for african american women. You know she wanted to go to. The military and my grandfather wasn't military. He told her not to go because of all the challenges that women face in the military. So he's chipped her up to new york city and she wanted to be an accountant as well but she didn't go to college and couldn't afford to go to college and my mother was actually the bookkeeper for the new york city housing authority so when people and projects will go to the rent office they will be she would collect rent and balance the books and everything like that and then keep a chart of accounts so when i was younger my mother couldn't afford ask the care which is like a daycare center. Or whatever like that you know. So i was a latchkey kid that came home and did everything on my own. Sometimes i will go to her office and she taught me about debits and credits to balance the book and all these different things everything had to equal up at the end of it and so. My mom also didn't believe that. I needed to be in harlem all the time. She wanted to take me outside harlem. So she took me around new york city she would show me museums. She would sometimes take me to Dinner places as she didn't eat and she taught me how to read off menu at an early age. So what she was really teaching me was not to be afraid of anything you now and always asks a question and always be curious and then she also told me the story about my dad. My dad was a very good heavyweight boxer but he didn't make the right choices of people to manage him no So she always inserted into me of being able to identify. What is the right choice for longevity rather than in the short term so that came from mom and then looking at it from my side of it it was always wanted to own something in all I always wanted to so think of your your signature of your game of who you are as a player. I wanted to own that for me. So it only makes sense that anything that i participated and i wanted to own that as well and I never wanted my kids to start from zero. Like i did so very important for me to build something not for me but for them so that they can make choices to play basketball on not to play play on the job for a job. You really do the dealers do. Would you pose the do you own yourself. Herat's correct always say about market. I'll try to create these jobs. They they'll play basketball. I got some form yet. They really wanna do something with it. They can own it. Yeah so that's the philosophy that ad in one of the things that i tell my kids is that your work ethic opens up your talent. You know it is no. There's no way around that united. I've seen a lot of talented guys who don't work in never really realize their full potential and that's sports and all these different things but yeah i've always said to myself that hey. I don't have an appetite for working for somebody and going through the professional basketball career. You realize that you work for somebody and I always wanted to be the person that could make division and make it come alive and employ other people and give them an opportunity as well. So that's always been. My philosophy is ownership for somebody else own and so they can live out. Their dream is what where he's speaking on is being a real boss is not a different between a you. Make a lot of money oma both on this. I got my no no no no no it. There's different during. That is what you speak like when you own. Sit in when you college size in when you press the buttons in the pub mess. That's the real boss. Yeah plan li like you said you plan for whatever you get your check in such ason name on that main you work through yeah bottom line like until you till you making that bridge yourself you making your own comment you sign and you sign intersection pan other people that's when you are the boss. Yeah the future generation is comment and the kids. This guys out there now. They need to hurt. Don't stop when you get these. Nba checks is still like a lot of work to go like. It's still you get out there and do businesses and just bill foundations whether you build the communities. Whatever you're doing it don't stop when you get sick when you are. I'm done i made it. You know that was one of them. Phillies i had. Oh shit million dollars. Nobody ever told her to be. I'm good. I'm gonna live forever and don't work like that it's like man. You gotta continue to get out here. And like i say a lot of our families are colored. Never teach us about generational wealth now. The teachers give us financial literacy. Never been to college did all the they don't teach us also to how to transfer. Yeah and that doesn't necessarily mean wealth and means knowledge to knowledge yeah. The generations go by generation to generation. So will you finally get somebody to just breakthrough generation. That's what you can stop that tied tied in your family. I like with a lot of guys doing. I get a lot of calls from different guys. I really like what you know. Carmelo's knowing hidden asks doing the i really. I got a chance to speak to kevin last year. At the game before kovic. And i told him i said man keep going man. I mean you know we need a lot more former players involved in ownership and not just majority and not just the ones with big brands will. The nba was built on big brands. But the people that carry the nba as the body. I think it's important for us to now seghal ownership in different things like that. I mean you know. I love what michael jordan has done but also love to see guys like You know Forgot his name with magic is done and bridgeman. He's another guy that wasn't quite a bit. That has done a lie. Wages did grant hill. Just got into game. I'm proud because we we got a. We have a bunch of millionaires at first but now we got a bunch of millionaires. Now we go there and direction of we need a bunch of billion with skin cut loan. You know my car in. I want to be one of the guys reach out to you in your knowledge fe things up some ish due to any.

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"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"We will working out or something like that. And he watched us play. Pick up basketball. And paul silas pulled me to the side and he was like a young fellow. Let me tell you some. He said the handcuffs off here. Go who Because i was coming from assistant at rally where we slowed it down. You know you had your position and all that stuff and it wasn't a lot of opportunity for me to just go play. And paul silas says amana say miami. No more we need you to hoop man. Need you to be an all star and the other guy that helped me flirts was My guy two guys. Baron davis and This and derek coleman and yeah erin he just had that youthful energy man of the wall you know thought in my opinion ice tell barren i said man listen man you can be all time great man and he was the most talented guy that i ever seen at that point. Guard spot man. Big size jumped understanding in just a great personality. And also derrick coleman. He was the perfect player for me because he can step up in our compulsive A defense and then also paul solace from that particular standpoint. He just kept reiterating. The me show it should show thing. And that's how me and paul communicated and certain times in your life as a coach. You don't need somebody to tell you what to do. You just need somebody to believe right in and That's where paul diff- me. So that's how i started to take off. And that's what. I made that all star team in. We did pretty well but then that next year it was just a paul guy. Fired a high attempt floyd. I think it was somebody like that where that any workout and it went south from there and i thought paul silas part of the reason why he didn't stay is they don't wanna pay him. You know They had him cheat. You know from a holdover. I thought he should have got paid up. Polish probably wanted more excellent coaches that. We don't even really talk about in sleep league powell's martos. I'll take me. He read for us not very often. We got a little brian with me. Brian ricky davis and he had those running at full high whole utah offense and it was like manny. He killed me. He put a point guard. I was getting rid. Wants tonight trying to say they should. I'm trying to hold and try to set it. Up is like real like damn every night once you once you get past that part. You know he'd let you freedom but he one of my favorite coach does he which is real like sell real like the sugar cone the sneak in santa's by and back. Then you looking at me practice. Like i didn't like the bullshit i either. That's why i like pat rally so much you know karalis. Sugar coated view. You know regardless. If i didn't think it was true whatever whatever it was at rally always shot me straight. You know what. I mean at rs out about him. I don't really do well with people dancing around stuff or sugar coating it you know. Tell me what it is in. I think all great players good players wanna be held accountable and wanna be coached. You know they want to get better. You know so. That's how issue semi this. How was it that you when you made How was it when you want the got a call. I wasn't too gene that it was Especially some that. You felt like you had been before listener. That was my champion league. And my first all star game and It felt like ads. Yeah that but it also felt like. I didn't need the needed for validation anymore at that point you. May you know my peers. What i can do you know what i mean and i remember. That was actually michael. Jordan's last all star game. When he was with the wizards and the highlight for me of that. All star game was michael jordan in me and him interacted and ask the first time i had a really been a deep conversation with him on the court and he broke down every aspect of my game of rip and told me some things to do and i was like okay. He's the game within the game. I was still serious. Man sound serial killer and then he went to other full when it was like he does this he does that. This is how you neutralized that and because the conversation started with a man. Show me how you do. The fadeaway jump shot and i'll show you the mar and is likely to turn over my right shoulder and we know yeah we so nj usa show me some things and then he started telling me a story about how he got indoctrinated into the lead with larry bird and dr j. and how you can play a game within the game and he started telling me jamal right one time and make it a point in the game to make one shot one right. Go left the lot. Yeah go left. And he started telling me about how bird approached the game. He got a man to left hand layoffs when season In each game to improve his left. Hand so i started to realize how much debt michael jordan had as a basketball player in his accu. That's why i say that. He's the greatest of all time at the argument for lebron and different things like that is great. But michael jordan. What he's been able to do. Elevate this thing to a different level and lebron has elevated as well. I think eichel is since the step above man arguing over here. Talk back over here appreciate that. I don't even know if you aware of this. But june Six players is all since your last year in the league. You average doug thousands join the dog. Plus you get these people jerry. West larry bird dries..

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"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"The business of being a professional basketball player so i owe a lot to him because i was searching for that leadership from veteran at early part of my career and mavericks just inhabit not. I mean you really understand the difference between a winning culture losing culture a losing culture that you hear a lot of complaining a lot of complaining but in a winning culture you hear more about the we in the us sir. No and that's what pat riley miami heat provided for me at that particular time. Now i will say this is not for everybody when it is not everybody. You know a hill pushy. To a particular point where always tell people. You gotta be incredibly gum or highly. Intelligent to play with. Pat is no inbetween. 'cause he wants you to either run through the wall and you say nothing or an accident question while he doing this you know what i mean so even to this day i respect what he's been able to do and how he's been able to keep that culture but he runs it like the military am i'll tell people all the time like only got one year they're right and my relationship with my ties. There are as strong as any team. That i played the most years would all those different things because they resonated with me because i grew up my positively mariam a costa play for one on. I never run. No coach always respected authorities of light. You get there and it's still the same. You said peg open door policy in his in his speech drew. What you said about how. It's not a lot of compliance because top to bottom sell. You don't wanna be a workout or you don't wanna do this or somebody argued back with the trainer about the argument you if you don't want to say all right this is how it goes you do this. I'm not gonna argue with you. I'm going to report this to the people. I need to report it to cover pat. You're gonna hear from now if you got a real issue that you want to do this. That a third the doors open. You can walk out there anytime you want. You think you go ahead and do that. But i ain't by and i'm not lose. No sleep what what happened. Because we have a protocol that if you i do that and i'm hands off i ain't gotta singing go back and forth. Would you like a lot of organizations. Do and that's the difference. You really see people go. I might get mad with you arguing about now you paying. I have disability. You'll hear about. I remember man. I will mention a guy's name. I wanna embarrassing. But if i miss you know who is played a longtime in the league and he got down to miami. A lot of people didn't know what the culture was so we're planning an exhibition game. An exhibition game. You know if you lose it and sometimes people chattering on the sideline or whatever you know what. I mean and pat sake dishes serious man exhibition. Not we went in and out. You know preseason recklessly winning and guy was chattering or whatever he wants saying nothing at all whenever assistant coaches. Sit alongside the here. Next morning we come in. He had this thing winter. He's sit everybody in the baseline next album. Full practice up against day and he had that blue car. You know what i'm talking about. You have bullet points. Bullet point tad's so he went through the whole game plan and everything like that. Last part about twenty five minutes and at the end of his thing puts thing back in his pocket he said. I heard you got a problem with me coach last night in the do it was like nah i understand that she said you know what you how much you make data savings. You may two hundred thousand house briefcase cut. Cut him on the spot here me. I got that got one hundred. This tell people you don't just when you talk about. People call pet. The godfather are you. Don't just become the godfather like would you said this is real true evidence. I everything and always pretty like you talk about the situation where you know. He was willing to do what he did how they party with the way they fit and he came back like those is hard decisions. That won't credibility he got won't do they. Everybody you know how they say. Everybody will be star wanna to boston to this time to do what you gotta do you like. He did those stories about pat putting his hand in ice bucket like he's going to drown himself to go crazy him going face to face with shack and willing to stand on what he's saying because those things those are earn not giving you like you said you standing here. Tell us that story that. Look him like and you knew right then. Like that's gangsta. Everybody knew the giants apple may know people. That's something that you threat. That's under somebody. They don't just flat out to is done around here with that type of that was on. May you stand on what you stand on. And you show that i am who i am like. That's why you become not become those. That's why pat is revered the way he is. He's like a living legend. Away is because he did those days. It's not like. I just threatened a lot about him. I says some crazy. So no i literally did some the craziest things that people would be afraid to do. Yeah he's about. He's about winning ness it. You know what i mean. He's about winning and he cares more about the front of the jersey in the back of the jersey. You know at the end of the day. He's he's one person. I would say if he wasn't a basketball coach or president of miami. He he can run any fortune. Five hundred company you know. He's a ceo. he's the way he packages it. You know what i mean. He's If you are connected to pat riley and you understand who is ill fight for you for the rest of his life if you a heat guy you a heat guy but if you want to ask you on offense and if you do damned near enemy you know what old is is is definitely on you..

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"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"And no penny hardaway started to offer guy who was so we get off the gates like the first fifteen minutes we kickin ass we but we running them all bobby hurley in lane killing john stockton so stop the getting and turn off the scope on thing we were up like seventy to sixty six or something sixty four or something like that they just stop beginning so we might. I was halftime or some shit like not oppress coming in so my ohio. So that's when the thing came out that chuck daly let us win. Because they didn't want to hold the complete game because they knew it was going to be downhill from there because we were trying to prove that we needed rain team. You know what i mean. I college players but and be brought in the big boys. It took a five. I've read so we we Lit they ask some and then some happen with sitting there and we get back to the hotel. Friday rogers says something to a group of. Its larry bird magic johnson and anybody shooting shit irani bribes said said a larry ewing jumba says eighty four. Magic heard that shit and none of it. The next day we came in. And i never seen this and this one i was like this is a different breed. Magic johnson said larry bird the ball probably about eight times in a row. Downcourt larry bird got the ball on rodney rises. Every time he was about to make a move he told him what he was going to do. One dribble pull up going left off gladys i'm ones rebel gone right spin shot bucket. He scored nine times eight times in a row. Left the court to go lay down because he couldn't sit on a bench. He had al remembered as back. Said young fellow look like eighty four.

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"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Vegas and all these different things so he had a lot of fun but my experience the park is always been you know. I think when. I came back from college. A lot of people didn't want me to go to university of kentucky. They wanted me to stay in the big east to us. Saint john's and everything like that. But i wanted to choose a different path coast patino. He just got fired from the next and took the head coaching job at the university of kentucky and he came in and i was like man. I've been highly recruited at play for the gauchos and Always and yes. I was a child show. So i was a kid that was molly the youngest kid playing with their own. Hoda kids right. Yeah so back. In the day they had nineteen and under. I was sixteen plan. Nineteen and number seventeen and number the so. I'll watch how people were being recruited. And i'm like how you guys making a decision on what school you go to. Some cats like. Well how much they pay me going to be on tv. you know. then i went to costa tino. What may mean kinda look at him differently was when i was in him he would come to my house and actually talk to me. I said to him. I don't just want to be a basketball player. I wanna carry reface. Used to i coach. That sat in my living room and didn't laugh at me and be serious and to him. I said yo. If i'm a four year player i'm a four year player but if i'm a guy that turn pro you gotta let me go. So that was my agreement with him so he could have been a coach in alaska aware university of miami. It didn't matter. It was just honesty and going back to rutta part. That taught me a whole lot. About how do you trust people you know when you grow up in neighborhoods. You gotta people prudish ross. And that's what. I learned about watching a lot of these players at rucker of not making. Great decisions uniting and I wanted to do the opposite. So i learned a lot about basketball but i learned a lot more about life plan at rucker park in when i was in college. A lot of people wanted me to stay in new york city. And they didn't know what i was doing at the university of kentucky because i signed at the university in turkey we could be on. Tv or go to the ncaa tournament my first year. No people kind of lost track of me a little bit. And i came back to rob barking at the Forty points or something. Like that. And i stopped playing and the reason i stopped playing because as you know both you guys know in certain neighborhoods when you get to good at something people wanna start to hurt you and so you know they get jealous to certain things and they wanna play you one on one. Got these big bets and stuff like that booklet. I still people like what i used to play in the projects. I used to tone down my gang to keep the game going. Keep the game close to keep you know violent guys around me happy. You know says there'll be no beef or no fighting or they have hope of winning teredo so people don't understand that you don't understand that i used to do the same and The reason why do the same as my dad and another friend of mine says something me interested in one day it was like you know what you can't beat us foreign partners You gotta have somebody spar with so keep the game going so you can work on your stuff again. So that's how. I started to ball handle stuff like that when god wanted me to play center. Play point guard. Because i'm working on things you know your meat. I was always got at toned down. So i can get more rats rats and work on things so glad to hear that you did that as well for a lot of different reasons but we did him for the same reason. That's yeah. When i got to that point i stopped planning type of games periods. Because like you said it wasn't gonna be cool. And i wanna issues in you know. I'm a hope of yet. Let's go who man unit. Then you start to realize as you get better and better of understanding how to play in a main of not giving somebody hurt earning. That's why i didn't like training camp. That much when i was in a prose is like i you know or exhibition games. Because a lotta guys come into ned because they try to win josh but they also hurt. She was well. Be trying to get hurt men you just trying to. You know we try to play mandate in stands for long time. We ain't trying to come out here with no injuries. Sort right so you start to realize how to play you know create distance and different things like that. Challenge this this kentucky. Show like lila. These guys does go into kentucky especially in the nineties. The reason they went to kentucky is because of all. Burn right the lineup of guys. That came after you. The guys that came after they're just to see the program you see the legacy of all. The players that they got in the nba is full up. You know what i'm saying. It all started with small bird with a lot of cats. Don't know that you know the so for me was Nobody knew about kentucky basketball. I didn't know anything about the tradition of kentucky basketball. I grew up in new york city and only thing we got was biggies basketball at that time and a little bit of the acc mostly north atlanta georgia tech. Or something like that. I had no idea what kentucky basketball mitt to the state of kentucky. I saw it as an opportunity to start as freshmen. That's not at it you know. I saw a guy who is a professional coach for the new york knicks. And if i wanted to be a professional athlete is to be coached by somebody who coaching the pros blow. I saw opportunity and they were like well. We can't make the ncaa tournament out first year. because we're on probation. It's all good. I'm trying to get to to be a professional basketball player. That was my goal. And i felt like i was going to be a professional basketball player and i can get as good as i can get fulfil potential. We're going to be an nc double a. tournament. You know so. I looked just opportunity and then when things started to momentum started to pick up after that Kristen lateness shot that we lost two and the spectrum. That is one of the best games in college basketball history. That started to snowball you know. In the following year my junior year we went to the final four loss to the fat five and In new orleans so for me. It was like a launching pad for me to see how good i can get and it was all because i wanted to be a professional basketball player. You know and. I looked at it just as an opportunity. I didn't look at his. You know. I want to go to north carolina. A play for that tradition. Though i look at it as i can go ahead and get minutes early and fulfil my dreams so it just happened to be and then he started to recruit guys like antoine walker. Walter mccarty in all those guys in started to snow young there hit us so thank you back today. Both road runs. I when you know you said when kristen leading cause i like everybody else hating chris. Selena was so mad. You may damn side aided the end like you already know we managed fans anyways but this take me back for you like going through that like you know. Say y'all making. His big running terminent ended like that in that fashion. I you said one of the best games ever played. Just take me back to being in that moment. So that moment was you probably realized this. You guys probably realize this and i hope somebody listed all we can enlighten Do basketball at time was comparable to chicago. Bulls the way they try to fanfare behind him. They will almost like the the darlings of gaza every store you everywhere everywhere everything and also a good friend of mine we grew up together on the circuit was grant hill. I knew grant since since i was thirteen years old and we played against each said the aau basketball so we already had a relationship..

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"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"To. I've matchups with you. Because i knew us a great score and i knew i was good at defense and i wanted to just disrupt all the great schools. You know coming into the league. Like you'll one thing that i loved about you and your game it's like you'll pace from college and everything like nobody can speed you up. You can't slow you down like you always played at your own pace and i remember playing as you used the bust my ass lie. I used to be pissed about that shit. I used to try to use my athletic says while quickness in that she didn't work at all you just do what you won't do get it where you won't get it. You took what i gave you. Speed up your slowdown where you get your pace raw well and raised in harlem and i played with a lot of guards and And i was always tall for my age. So i was six for seven in high school and everybody wants to put you center. I six three at thirteen. So everybody wants you to play center so i started to handle the ball because a lot of regards at new york city's Didn't pass the exam. Because i have so decided that you know what i'm rebound the ball and bringing up myself and that's where it started for me and then instead of rebound the ball just to make a play. I started to run the offense from there so i started to develop patients and being able to manipulate the ball. At an early age you know and started to use. I never considered myself a great defender. But i also consider myself a good defender because i was a very good offense player. You know and. I think very good offense. The players can be naturally good defenders. Because you know what to anticipate at you know where things are gonna happen in different angles and stuff so for me to say before you know was a combination of pace but also being able to get you my body rather quickly and into manipulate and as you guys know back in days you could. Handshake forgot can handle the ball. We love you hands at. Because i can turn you any particular way with a low ball and go by the lose levers against you so for me. It was all about handling and also being able to make the pass and to be honest. I had more trouble with guys like quentin richardson than guys with lynn. Because guys lower current. He was strong sturdy. You know he can beat me to the spot in an also. When spun he had enough body to kind of you know leverage off but when he got to the quick guys like yourself and scotty pittman to me it was. I can play with it. I can cd miles of me some with the length and all that when somebody my size or whatever. A little bit ptolemy strongly Deal with that because somebody's going get dry. Had counters. bang you in beijing again. Some thing about coming on gone that way like the land sub demands demise as but my back yard back of my head. You can't do that. Nobody nobody angle that you touch. The body added as i meet them up so for me when when he got two guys with. The one thing that i looked at was my initial move. Was you know. See if i can get your feet to get happy dance. And then once i knew your feet could dance with any move. I can control at that particular time. So my my dad was professional boxer. He fought larry. Holmes can noise so he taught me a lot about utilizing jab and different things. Like that. And i was just footwork. Nino's once i got you moving. Where i wanted you to move all i can control you guys that i had problems. It was guys like quinton another guy. Dennis scott was another reason. Why because if you give him that initial fake you know he was. He was a guy would call like a skinny fat. You know what. I mean you give them that initial thing going for because he needed more time to react. You know crossover there. So i had to get to heavy and go with the is going to appreciate this. He's going on all his not. Look i'm the burn. Masdar saying he had. Nobody would expect this. This is not sideline saudi leave. Three is everything they managed birthday. He had piles with three d. Dot in glen robinson will probably my toughest who be with and i played him in the play offs and he was one of those guys you know wants to dribble and he can rise on it and and our. He's fuck me up to give it a business. I don't think he gets enough. Propsal able to deliver input in the nba. You know even as a college basketball player. At purdue. And i love the best plan all of these things because literally. We just had him all the other day and we just told him that exact same bank. Same for you. Though these young boys they not informed enough about job wards. And what how. You're really brought it at your really paved the way way for them. Like you know what. I'm saying especially when you look like you big Denies outside i. I got two boys i. They won't be somewhere between six five six seven. I hope they say. But i'm gonna tell you like you. Might you heard me say this. I'll be on ashland. Big dog mellow on k. d. I saw you. I saw the Market wire and then. I m obvious on nj relying easiest the people in beyond read. 'cause cherie people don't know that revived during my favorite player. That's why he with my fast side when he saw him play when he was a cow. They play you. Universal united states and. I got to see him play. Sharieff was if meet eases deals. And i'm sitting going on you to my little dude. I'm trying to show them now. I'm a big believer that You know the way. I kinda an. Why university of kentucky was Tino he was the one that really talked a game from the perspective of is not a position. You basketball winning comfortable in every aspect of the game. And that's how i looked at it. We should be able to handle. This should not be a place on court where the ball will. You can't operate right. You know in this. Today's game is about versatility at the end. And i think that's how basketball should have been played with should be positioned list because when i go when i was young and play pickup. Nobody talking in high like you got a big old. She let me get big do because nobody to go big. Do this change. And i like the way basketball is played now a lot more freedom for skill and different things like that. I was much more into the skill part of it. But i played the era. Also where you know. It was jail basketball to eighties. You know what. I mean you had to jump off to feet. What no one you might not. You might not protect your land and And it was a seven footer. Every time you got there you got to the riddle. Somebody's seven and sixteen eleven at read like sixty and sixty seven four seven some ten. That was how it went to big boys other. Yeah when i was going through it. You couldn't cross the rain without getting data. Allow you cross lanes. Gotcha do yeah Shooting guard going cross full. Use long hammond. Take me back to you about rucker. Park like what was that like you. The first time you've remember going for parking who've grown up in in harlem and brooklyn park rucker park has always been like a the mecca basketball at least in harlem. You know so. I grew up watching rocco basketball. When they had it was called a pro-am that was so. I was like maybe eleven twelve years. Old watching guys play as a pros or aura but to be a pro played overseas than i would play after everything was gone. You know what i mean with with the lights will come on and stuff like that in all. Look the people watching. So i would play. After that then broke apart change to entertain his basketball classes and yeah so And that was a whole nother element in before that. You've had a lot of drug dealers that ran those particular programs that we take guys from here and there to get the play on that team motions. He has all city ego so that was fun. And if you wanna championship they take you vegas and all these different things so he had a lot of fun but my experience the park is always been you know. I think when. I came back from college. A lot of people didn't want me to go to university of kentucky. They wanted me to stay in the big east to us. Saint john's and everything like that. But i wanted to choose a different path coast.

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"jamal" Discussed on Conspiracyland

Conspiracyland

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"jamal" Discussed on Conspiracyland

"Non all auto of the flight attendant who jamal married in islamic ceremony. In two thousand eighteen recounted even more recent conversations with jamal about his fond memories of bin laden then he emitted to me how he was sleeping in the cave which which is enough area and he was internet toaster and seven leaden a meant jamal body and cover him since hanan his as a human is very kind is not like what you think..