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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:13 min | 2 d ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"You know, if you're into some cringe worthy LeBron, dad jokes and acting and stuff and it might be for you. You know, I think that that's why I've been worried about watching it. I've had it like queued up on HBO Max couple times, and I just keep going to other shit. And I think that I haven't watched it because I've just been worried. I've been like, I love space jam when I was a kid and it's like, I don't know. I don't want that. I don't want that. Hate in my life. Cool. Tell the people where they can find you online, tell the people where they can find your work all that stuff. All right, yeah, you can find me on Twitter at Cole hoops. That's my first name, COE, hoops, PS. Also, on Instagram, you could find me there as well, even though I'm not on that much. You could read my work at the athletic, you can read my in the clippers. I do freelance work for two one three hoops, which is a little website that covers the clippers. I just finished up at franchise sports media. I finished the WNBA season, local website out here where I covered the Las Vegas aces. That was pretty fun. And then I'm going to be writing for the win. FTW again started there this week. You can find similar bed in content. That you might find on the athletic and some articles if you like that. You can follow me there as well. So I think that's probably as good as I've done on plugging myself in all my stuff. It's usually a disaster. That was perfect. You nailed it. Nailed it all. So over at the athletic, you should read Cole's preview of you did a bunch of awards previews. You did just a few thoughts, randomly, a lot of it is geared toward betting, which, fuck, this is how I live. I love it. We've done so many gambling podcasts. That's all we all live now. I've done so many gambling podcasts on this show preview and gambling season for the NBA. It will continue what's college basketball season starts. You can believe that. Go read hop onto a pod. You're welcome back soon. Trust me. So I've also written a mock draft I've done the I guess the top 59 players this year because Milwaukee, has lost their pick and forfeited it. But you can go read that at the athletic. You can go read my thoughts on the Mikael bridge's extension. You can go read I wrote about 7 breakout guys that I'm really excited about. And obviously wrote about the Deandre ayton thing that I referenced earlier. So go to the athletic, keep me employed. Keep call employed like please, subscribe over there. Until next time though, I'll be back later this week with some more NBA thoughts, but we'll talk soon. Bye..

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

05:21 min | 2 d ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Lot going on in his position. But the problem is that they think they're good. The kings think that they're good and they want to make the playoffs. So they aren't going to play them. So I don't know. I don't know. Like you said, nobody's winning in this situation neither side is winning. And I think that they could both win if they moved on, you know, they get the kings would get something in return, whether that's draft draft picks or another piece to throw into the mix. And then Bagley gets to the team where even if he's not even that great and, you know, and whatever situation he ends up in, but I'm sure it just mentally it'll be a breath of breath of fresh air to get out of Sacramento and onto a different organization, different coach around different players where he kind of just start over. And this is unfair to Bagley. This is something that he shouldn't have to deal with, but I'm sure he does on some level, like I think the fans are just kind of done with him at this point because they drafted Luka Dončić, or they drafted him over Luca Dončić. That's not something that was Marvin Bagley's choice. That's not Marvin Bagley's fault. Right. But unfortunately he gets blamed for it. And like he struggles to play defense. And I think fans are sick of just watching him try to play defense. And consistently. He's also never healthy, like, and like we talked about earlier, that's something that we shouldn't blame him for. Like we can probably blame the defensive awareness and attention to detail on him on some level. But we can't blame the injuries and we can't blame him going number two on Marvin Bagley, but like kings fans are rightfully frustrated with the situation, like if I was a fan, I'd be pissed. You know what I mean? Like I'd be annoyed with how the whole thing has gone down. I don't think that those feelings are unfair. Just like the whole situation sucks and it's probably time for it to end at this point. For everyone's sake. I agree. Okay, Cole, we end this podcast, asking everyone what is the best movie that you've seen recently? Or at least just talking about movies, we can have long conversations about movies on the show because I watch too many of them. Oh boy, you put me on the spot. I'm not a movie watcher. I'm a big, I'm big into TV shows. Okay. That works. I probably watched two or three movies since quarantine started. I just don't watch them. Oh my God, really? Yeah. I don't have the patience to.

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

05:27 min | 2 d ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Crazy stuff goes on in those locker rooms. We'll get into that in a different day. We'll talk about locker room dynamics, maybe. Stories. With someone like Kevin heard or playing in Atlanta. Okay, the last thing I wanted to talk about, Marvin Bagley, a player that did not get an extension. It came out through his representation that he is not going to be in the rotation for the Sacramento Kings, early in the season here. And excel in Jeff Schwartz decided to take that public before the king's dead in their opening game. Jeff Schwartz said Sacramento has informed Marvin Bagley, he is not in the opening night rotation, which is completely baffling. It's clear they have no plans for him in the future, and yet pass on potential deals at last year's deadline and this summer based on value. Instead, they chose to bring him back, but not play him. A move completely contradictory to their value argument. This is a case study in mismanagement by the king's organization for people who don't know Jeff Schwartz like doesn't do this shit. This is not an agent, like rich Paul is very loud and he's out there and he's sitting courtside with Adele at the Lakers warriors game. And more power to them, right? Like if you have the opportunity to live that life, live your best life, but Jeff Schwartz doesn't do that. Like Jeff Schwartz is a behind the scenes dude, the number of texts I got, just like laughing at this and going like, wow, like we can't believe Jeff Schwartz did this from people like other agents, people within the NBA on the team side. I probably got like 8 or 9 on my phone just like what is happening right now. Where are you at on Marvin Bagley at this point, Cole? Like fascinating situation obviously. I think I understand it from both sides, but it's a complicated one. It feels like. Yeah, he's just, it just feels like his whole tenure in Sacramento is just he's been in a tough position. I mean, obviously he's dealt with a lot of injuries, so some of that has been because of that. But I don't know. I don't want to speak bad about the organization that I don't know too much about, but I mean, you see similar things was going on with the buddy hill. You know, it's like these young players that are pretty good and buddy cases and buddy hills case. I think he's really good. One of the best shooters in the league, just so much uncertainty about roles, you know, that float around and trades all the time. That's pretty unsettling as a player. I mean, buddy healed got traded this summer if you don't remember like he got traded on draft day and then it got reported that he got traded and then they went straight back up to Sacramento in that way. It's weird. And you know, clearly way more about the agent than I do. I guess you don't poke the bear, every man has his limit of how much he's going to take. He's fed up. He wants his client. He wants better for his client. And, you know, I respect him for that..

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

05:30 min | 2 d ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"He hasn't looked as good as his rookie year. It's just been a weird three year. Is it three years, three or four year career? Three years now, yeah? Yeah, three years. He's been on so many teams. It's hard to know what year he's in. But it's been weird. I mean, hopefully he looked good in the preseason though. I will say that. Hopefully he can get back on track. He's got the money. Maybe that does something for him. Mentally, and he's able to play a little bit better, but I hope it works out for him. But as of now, I don't know what the difference is between him and print forms. I agree with you. Jaren Jackson gets a four year a $105 million extension. I think that that's just kind of a perfect deal. It was a really creative structure from Memphis, where they have decided to go with a descending structure where jaren Jackson will be paid more up front and less as the contract moves forward into the future. I saw a couple of people speculate including John hollinger who I love in the door, obviously he's been on this podcast many times. Say that they wouldn't have structured the contract this way because it makes it harder for the grizzlies to then extend him off of this deal because the max that they'd be able to extend him off of the final year there would be basically like 28 million in the first season. And if he continues to stay healthy, he's probably going to be a max player. I disagree with that. I think that given that the fourth year will be at the start of the expansion of the salary cap and television money, you can have a much easier time renegotiating and extending his contract long term. All of that is like cat minutia stuff. What do you think of jaren Jackson the player though Cole? Yeah, and then just to real quick to add on to that, I think I read John hollinger's piece as well where that would give the grizzlies a little bit more flexibility when it comes to some extensions for Dylan Brooks. Okay. Yeah, definitely. Okay, that makes more sense. I think John Jackson's really good. We haven't seen a whole lot of them so far. Especially last year, I think he only played in ten or 11 games, something like that. So that's kind.

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:33 min | 2 d ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"But you rather have someone that's going to go out there and not be afraid to make mistakes. Rather than someone that is, and I think, I don't know what his are going to look like when you know the books have a few of their rotational guys back like Bobby portis. Whenever David Vincenzo comes back, I don't know how things are going to look for him. But I think this was a great start to season for him. Like you said, I was a little bit surprised as well as the defensive effort he put in and, you know, as long as you play hard and play with energy, you're going to be awarded some extra minutes and, you know, you can, you know, make a living off of that. And I think that, you know, early in the season he's going to have every opportunity to do so. Yeah, war is interesting because early in his career at Louisville. Honestly, I thought the two of you actually had more comparable games than where he is now, like he was, I don't know how much you remember him, but he was kind of heavy, his first year at Louisville, like he was a good, it felt like 230 pounds and he was a spot shooter who could take advantage of a mismatch like I almost thought his best position was like as a small ball four, but he's improved so much in terms of his handle, particularly like he had a couple of moves tonight like he had the two crossovers into a left handed pound dribble, jump stop like floater with right hand leaning toward the left side at the end of the third quarter that he made. And then he had like a couple of he had like a three crossover move followed by a sidestep to his left, pull up three that he missed. I believe that was like while Kevin Durant was guarding him. And I was like, yeah, you never used to be able to do that..

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

03:57 min | 2 d ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Careful. You want to be cautious. And, you know, kind of giving Jordan Poole, the reins to be Steph Curry like in those minutes that step isn't on the court. Like I said, confidence is happening. That's huge for post confidence. And all it takes is a few games for him to really believe that he can do it consistently. So don't be surprised if he puts together. Another couple of games in this fourth quarter role while step sets that just kind of becomes the norm and that's what's expected and one thing leads to another and maybe just instead of the fourth quarter happens. In the second quarter, it happens towards the end of the game a little bit. You know, those things have a snowball effect. But yeah, there's certainly helpful for them. If you weren't there to, you know, if you didn't get high, I don't know how they would have generated points. Maybe it would have revived himself from his whatever the heck happened to him and in Miami the last couple of years it was good to see him back on the court competing with LeBron and hitting the couple threes and for beliefs. I don't know what happened to him in my arm either. Don't worry, he depends. I'm not bashing you guys, just making observations. Oh, he's terrible in Miami. And it just wasn't a fit. We can call it what it was, right? It was bad. And it seems like Golden State with the way that they move the ball and particularly with the way that they kind of get him the ball actually on the move. They don't just have him spot up. He's someone that can make rapid decisions on the fly. When he is moving, he can pass when he is driving toward the rim. He has really good peripheral vision to be able to find open shooters. It's a really good fit, whereas in Miami, I felt like when I watched him and where was he before Miami was at even in Sacramento like I felt like later in that era, he was kind of just a bystander that would spot up. He's got he's got a lot more skill than to just be a spot up or a pick and pop shooter. You know, like you said, you can get them on the move. You can even post them up a little bit. You know, you get them a mismatch. He's always more times than not, he's going to make the right decision. He's not going to force anything. Just has that high IQ. Yeah, it's funny because over in Spain, which is how he ended up getting over to the NBA. He was the, I believe, ACB or Euro league player of the year. He might have won both to be honest. He was like the hub of an offense over there. And to me, I'm not saying that you want to run them as a hub, but you can run a lot of that like short roll stuff that you run for draymond with be aliza and he can make decisions with the ball. Like that's a better fit for him. He has those little like he made that little goofy ass flip shot when LeBron tried to flop to get a foul call drawn, like that was nice. I enjoyed that a lot. We've talked a lot about this game though. Do you have any closing thoughts here? I think the warriors are fine. I don't want to say I have concerns about the Lakers. It just feels like a new team. They literally closed with Avery Bradley who they picked off of waivers off of the warriors earlier this week. Who hadn't played hadn't played the whole game up until those last few minutes..

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:45 min | 2 d ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"They're even farther behind with integrating him than what I thought they would be. What did you think? Yeah, and that's kind of just the Lakers thing. I mean, I think this is their 5th straight opening night loss, maybe their fourth, one or the other, but I mean, just every year, they start off with a brand new team, you know? You got this year's squad last year you brought in, you know, montrez harrell was not used in the screw there the year before. Dwight Howard, every Bradley, the same guys that they have now. The year before that, Lance Stephenson's on team. They just have a new team every year. So don't go into that opening game. They're never and everyone think it takes them a little while to get going to find out which lineups work for them. Where people like the bones and areas where they need to be when the bronze on the court. So I had no expectation that they were going to win this game. The warriors seemed to always play them well anyways. Yeah, regardless of if clay is there or whoever's there, it's just a weird matchup is a fun matchup, draymond green plays good defense on Anthony Davis, although AD had it going tonight. But yeah, I mean, I think the Lakers team is going to somewhat mirror that championship team in a way where, you know, they're going to be very reliant on getting.

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

05:12 min | 2 d ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"It's a new NBA season. That means we've got a new guest for the show. Today, we're gonna be talking to Cole Hoff, Cole Hoff is a writer at the athletic now. He's coming off of a terrific basketball career that, you know, just ended a little bit earlier than what we all wanted it to Coldplay at Nevada. Then went to crate and played in the G league for a year, and I think that God Cole, how many of the players that we watched tonight have you played against at some point in your basketball life? Well, definitely not many on the Lakers because they got some older players, but I did actually I did. I did play with Malik monk for one season. If you want to call this season, when I was in the G league, he's with the hornets and he would come up and down for a couple of games at a time. So played with him. I think I played against one Tony Anderson when he was at marquette. I actually I might have been rich training at creighton when he was there. You probably caught him in the G league too. Probably did, yeah, I think I may have caught Gary Payton in the G league as well when he's with the Lakers. You know, I've been around. I played against some guy. So Cole's here, he's writing for the athletic now. I wanted to get him on the podcast because just I love hearing the perspectives of former players, especially ones that are now breaking into the media. It's such a fun little thing to hear from just the perspective of someone who has been on the court at an exceedingly high level with as we just discussed some of the guys that actually played on the court tonight. So Cole, how you doing, man, how are things? I'm doing great. First of all, I appreciate you having me on the pot. You know, follows your writing for a while. I've heard your name. That's when I was playing in college even though I tried not to pay too much attention to the media in I still smell your stuff every year and there..

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Brooks leads Grizzlies to 1st home victory 115-110 over Nets

Bloomberg Law

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

Brooks leads Grizzlies to 1st home victory 115-110 over Nets

"Brooks scored 24 points and Memphis held on for a 1 15 once in victory over the Brooklyn Nets after Grizzly center Jonas Valanciunas left midway through the game due to health and safety protocols. Random and Clark added 21 for Memphis Grizzlies getting their first home win of the season. The Memphis victory came despite 43 points from Caris Levert, including 25 of the second half as Brooklyn overcame a 22 point first and deficit. Working starters missing for both teams. The nights without Kevin Durant on Cannery Irving Memphis without reigning rookie of the Year Jonah Morant and forward Jaren Jackson Jr.

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"I think both you and Jeremy thought there when when Big John walked off the court against vc4 prop 42, right both guys there. What was that? Like did you know he was going to do that too? I mean basically I'll give her background of it academically ineligible freshman were not going to be able to receive scholarships. So he came out and basically said screw that like, this is bulshit. I think it was primarily because minorities students and athletes were going to be the ones affected the most but I think it was for everybody wasn't it that this is bulshit for these guys that they should be able to at least keep them scholarship. So he walked off the court before the game against Boston College in eighty-nine. Yeah, yeah, me and Jared definitely was there and you know, definitely you know, I think was what Proposition 42. Yeah, and it was an NCAA, you know the month with bamboo academically and nourishment freshman receiver scholarship with people don't know and Thompson protested because he believed the proposition aim to limit opportunities file called minority student wage. And so we thought it was a definitely a world where because I do recall that I know we talked about sitting out with him, but you know, he wanted to take that stand himself and he wanted us to play the game, but he definitely took that big walk. Yeah. He was just frustrated me, you know with the limited options that would give minority, you know, student-athletes an opportunity to probably off playing a college basketball. You're not even come to school. So I think it was a worthy cause and he wasn't scared to take that stance and and he, you know gained a lot of national attention some back laughing. Obviously, but he didn't care about the backlash that you can proceed because he's still who what he thought was right and held people that look like him and what he had this programmed and Jeff from the way back off of that when when when coach took positions like that as a player and because we got instances where he pulls us off the hook as well. When I tell you how you felt empowered how you felt more united. I mean just listening to Mom talk about it. I'm like, yeah. That was that's my cool..

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"I think both you and Jeremy thought there when when Big John walked off the court against vc4 prop 42, right both guys there. What was that? Like did you know he was going to do that too? I mean basically I'll give her background of it academically ineligible freshman were not going to be able to receive scholarships. So he came out and basically said screw that like, this is bulshit. I think it was primarily because minorities students and athletes were going to be the ones affected the most but I think it was for everybody wasn't it that this is bulshit for these guys that they should be able to at least keep them scholarship. So he walked off the court before the game against Boston College in eighty-nine. Yeah, yeah, me and Jared definitely was there and you know, definitely you know, I think was what Proposition 42. Yeah, and it was an NCAA, you know the month with bamboo academically and nourishment freshman receiver scholarship with people don't know and Thompson protested because he believed the proposition aim to limit opportunities file called minority student wage. And so we thought it was a definitely a world where because I do recall that I know we talked about sitting out with him, but you know, he wanted to take that stand himself and he wanted us to play the game, but he definitely took that big walk. Yeah. He was just frustrated me, you know with the limited options that would give minority, you know, student-athletes an opportunity to probably off playing a college basketball. You're not even come to school. So I think it was a worthy cause and he wasn't scared to take that stance and and he, you know gained a lot of national attention some back laughing. Obviously, but he didn't care about the backlash that you can proceed because he's still who what he thought was right and held people that look like him and what he had this programmed and Jeff from the way back off of that when when when coach took positions like that as a player and because we got instances where he pulls us off the hook as well. When I tell you how you felt empowered how you felt more united. I mean just listening to Mom talk about it. I'm like, yeah. That was that's my cool..

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"I got a story by Jaron and the long run about Jean. I know what was a single. I think we wouldn't win a couple of games and you know, coach has a tendency to call meetings and pretty much when he called a meeting. This is basically him doing all the dead. When democracy breaks down the greatest thing, I guarantee you remember this so often, you know, just sort of anybody got any questions. So, you know the hell up and let's get out of your parents like yeah. I got a question and I'm sure Horsemen got to you young dude. His freshman was important that the program Jeff & Jerry's they coach. Well, you could believe one way, but I believe this way I believe, you know, he's not talking about I can shoot the ball. I need to shoot the balls of April shooting off. I don't know if you had a senior meeting after that won't quit Jam, but I just recalled is off the chain here off and my main man Gene Smith right talking about practices. We win the national championship, right? So hey, we going to come back fly come back to DC be good sign. Nothing about it. So the following year and eighty five coats said well gentlemen, because of James Smith and his boss. So, you know late night Antics after the final four, we're going to practice we typically practice 4:30 to 4:00. No 4:30 to 7:30 a.m. So he said I tell you what, we don't practice 4:30 in the morning to 7:30. All right, and then we're going to come back and practice 4:30 to 7:00 7:30 off the afternoon. Because it gains milk. We've tried the six hours a day now Jeff, you know, that's today. That's the NCAA violations off before 6 a.m. In the morning. You can't practice more than four hours a day. We did that for about two months. And I mean I'm talking I'm telling it wasn't okay 12 in the morning and it wasn't no fake well in the afternoon, so I was Gene Smith and a Jaren Jackson. I got sandwiched in between them back in there man. Let me jump in there. They are. I kind of remember that story man. I kind of you know, I just thought he would be alone, you know considering, you know law allow me to like a smart person coming from New Orleans know the previous year man. You guys have been just killing man. I don't know if you lost so many games and here. I can't coming in with some questions, you know, so I learned a hard lesson which is cool. I learned all lesson but but I must admit that hard as you could bring back a great memory man, and I learned my lesson. I don't think I ever said anything any any more than that since you know, if I did maybe Marco remember me saying more but that one freshman year, I think Wingate and all the guys man put me in check at that time. And so I'm learning less than four Jerry Jackson before you go to Jay dog. Jared do you remember we went in locker room not like we was in the training with me you Lonzo and Dwayne Bryant coach Thompson walk in with them cowboy boots on it out.

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"I got a story by Jaron and the long run about Jean. I know what was a single. I think we wouldn't win a couple of games and you know, coach has a tendency to call meetings and pretty much when he called a meeting. This is basically him doing all the dead. When democracy breaks down the greatest thing, I guarantee you remember this so often, you know, just sort of anybody got any questions. So, you know the hell up and let's get out of your parents like yeah. I got a question and I'm sure Horsemen got to you young dude. His freshman was important that the program Jeff & Jerry's they coach. Well, you could believe one way, but I believe this way I believe, you know, he's not talking about I can shoot the ball. I need to shoot the balls of April shooting off. I don't know if you had a senior meeting after that won't quit Jam, but I just recalled is off the chain here off and my main man Gene Smith right talking about practices. We win the national championship, right? So hey, we going to come back fly come back to DC be good sign. Nothing about it. So the following year and eighty five coats said well gentlemen, because of James Smith and his boss. So, you know late night Antics after the final four, we're going to practice we typically practice 4:30 to 4:00. No 4:30 to 7:30 a.m. So he said I tell you what, we don't practice 4:30 in the morning to 7:30. All right, and then we're going to come back and practice 4:30 to 7:00 7:30 off the afternoon. Because it gains milk. We've tried the six hours a day now Jeff, you know, that's today. That's the NCAA violations off before 6 a.m. In the morning. You can't practice more than four hours a day. We did that for about two months. And I mean I'm talking I'm telling it wasn't okay 12 in the morning and it wasn't no fake well in the afternoon, so I was Gene Smith and a Jaren Jackson. I got sandwiched in between them back in there man. Let me jump in there. They are. I kind of remember that story man. I kind of you know, I just thought he would be alone, you know considering, you know law allow me to like a smart person coming from New Orleans know the previous year man. You guys have been just killing man. I don't know if you lost so many games and here. I can't coming in with some questions, you know, so I learned a hard lesson which is cool. I learned all lesson but but I must admit that hard as you could bring back a great memory man, and I learned my lesson. I don't think I ever said anything any any more than that since you know, if I did maybe Marco remember me saying more but that one freshman year, I think Wingate and all the guys man put me in check at that time. And so I'm learning less than four Jerry Jackson before you go to Jay dog. Jared do you remember we went in locker room not like we was in the training with me you Lonzo and Dwayne Bryant coach Thompson walk in with them cowboy boots on it out.

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"I welcomed into a special edition of The Good and Plenty podcast of your host Jeff Goodman and we are doing a tribute to Big John Thompson. And the best way to do it is talk to a bunch of guys that played for Big John and we've compiled gotten together Five Guys that are going to talk stories. They're going to page you to him. And I think it's going to be the best way do it. Let me introduce everybody first. We'll start with with the old guy. That's Eugene Smith in California played for George. 884 was a senior on the national title team to Tom Captain tapash. It defended did everything Jean. Thanks for coming on appreciate it off. Five thousand. I got five cars used them all. Well, not only use the mall asked what his nickname is. Go ahead. I'm going to I'm going to leave that for the for the converse. I'm going in order of age. All right, so we know who's next Horace broadnax next played in 8286 was a sophomore in that National Title team. Now the head coach at Savannah State horse. Thanks for coming on. I really appreciate it. It was good. Good be a man. I just want to quickly condolence to John the third wage and Tiffany man. We lost the coast but they lost a father. Yeah, so but you know, we're going to pay tribute to him. Love the great man. Ready to talk about. All right, third up Jaren Jackson the senior played eighty-five to eighty-nine came out of the car a little late. I think he's been following his son. You know that the NBA play-off routine with just you know, jumping out a little bit late, but he made it to the party and listen appreciate you doing this Jared. I know how busy you guys are and I know I know what this means to you guys. Yes, man. I.

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"I welcomed into a special edition of The Good and Plenty podcast of your host Jeff Goodman and we are doing a tribute to Big John Thompson. And the best way to do it is talk to a bunch of guys that played for Big John and we've compiled gotten together Five Guys that are going to talk stories. They're going to page you to him. And I think it's going to be the best way do it. Let me introduce everybody first. We'll start with with the old guy. That's Eugene Smith in California played for George. 884 was a senior on the national title team to Tom Captain tapash. It defended did everything Jean. Thanks for coming on appreciate it off. Five thousand. I got five cars used them all. Well, not only use the mall asked what his nickname is. Go ahead. I'm going to I'm going to leave that for the for the converse. I'm going in order of age. All right, so we know who's next Horace broadnax next played in 8286 was a sophomore in that National Title team. Now the head coach at Savannah State horse. Thanks for coming on. I really appreciate it. It was good. Good be a man. I just want to quickly condolence to John the third wage and Tiffany man. We lost the coast but they lost a father. Yeah, so but you know, we're going to pay tribute to him. Love the great man. Ready to talk about. All right, third up Jaren Jackson the senior played eighty-five to eighty-nine came out of the car a little late. I think he's been following his son. You know that the NBA play-off routine with just you know, jumping out a little bit late, but he made it to the party and listen appreciate you doing this Jared. I know how busy you guys are and I know I know what this means to you guys. Yes, man. I.

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Much your cap for someone that clearly isn't as important anymore. Right in Stephen Adams is like said he's a great player. I mean, he does so many things that doesn't you know, show up in the box scores. But the one thing that he does is probably better than anybody league is second chance points. He gives you opportunities to have another opportunity to score again. And a lot of times we take that for granted. But again, he's allow -bility sometimes on the defense and on offense a big on opposite, because he's not your true post type guy can just get you to points when you throw it into him in the paint, speaking, a big bowl bowl still out there. We know what it is. It's terrible suit. He got on our talking about earlier, Spiderman that David saviour wet ever that is on, on the side of him that probably the no, the meal, guys, east, dressy another round issue. That's what he's trying to portray. Yeah. He wants to portray a Bill in look, you know, the last round of shots are here, by the way. That's seven three Spiderman. You know, I don't know if I see a little bit of a glow maiming. Well, you know what happened now? I kind of snapped three quarters of mine. He did. Give me some and I told him about taking eight track. This is the Memphis back throw KC sorry, Brandon Clark from Vancouver is eight. This is going to Memphis, though. All right. Let's go to Memphis. Oh. So we did this. Okay. So nothing is going to Memphis. Well, that's interesting because Jaren Jackson is also a guy that they they, they can interchange him. Jaren. Jackson is a power forward slash center as well whose dad playing the league for the San Antonio Spurs amongst many teams up and that kid last year was a lottery pick top five pick. He he could shoot threes he can block shots. But you pair them with another guy, another big who is sold job is to defend that can be interesting to Memphis is doing, you know, I mean, again so many years have been ground and pound type of offense and on a deep is always been very respectable. I think they're also changing near cultural little bit in your to go on a lot younger probably want to get up and down floor a little bit more with these young guys. And this guy can run this random Clark is a guy finishes in transition, right? And get up and down the floor. So looking at this. Got conjuncture that let it all. So John Moran. It'd be a nice combination finishing at the rim. He's got a lot of holes to fill. And so why adding as many athletes, as you can with length that's going to be good for them. Oh, yeah. So there, there's that here's let me see you. Cianci's, compared putting up. Let me read Cianci's compared to Mary. Tola very saw Marian. Unbelievable second very good mobile. He He wanted wanted. a little bit from now thought it was. Minute, don't. Unorthodox. But he was a guy that could knock down some threes every now. And then I don't think Brandon Clark. Is that right now? Right. You're right. I'm just going on right now. It is Atlantic is Sean. Yeah. It's up and down before, like Sean. And probably better defensively because he blocked shots. It gets protects the room. I, I ran into Sean at game to the NBA finals this year. This. He's put on a little weight..

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dry freight away centerfield, giving chase hits you. Homerun. This ballgame. Jaren Jackson here on WGM is the White Sox wet down a four nothing Yankees lead. Tying it on Anderson's. Homer, winning it five to fool. Since all star caliber season continues just keep going and continue to work in keep getting better. And you know I like those moments and another big moment for Anderson in the fifth inning of Thursday's game belting, a three run Homer to tie it up at four. The shortstop now has ten homers and ten stolen bases to go along with a three seventeen batting average. And that's Kevin Powell game. Two of the series tonight, g Alito against the bath year here on WGN at six thirty five Lester against Kershaw last night in LA. You might not have expected the cubs dodgers to slug six home runs. Three off LeicesteR as LA came back to win seven to three Schwaiger and Brian homers for the cubs. US open update coming up David WGN sports. The recent storms have been a reminder of important are gutters to a healthy house clogged. Gutters can lead to things.

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"jaren jackson" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"jaren jackson" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Are you ready for my prediction? Okay. I'm going to predict without looking guy that we have the same first and second team all rookie. Ooh, I'm gonna predict we are ten for TAC toe. And that they are maybe I'll change my picks up the wrong, and I'll just such a right? Not only that that we have the same first team and sorry. Well, let's see run through. We'll give me your go. Give me I mean. Okay. Luca danni. It's trae young down your eight. Jaren Jackson junior Mitchell Robinson. My prediction is incorrect. How okay my first team is. Well, Luca trae Eytan. Jaren Jackson junior my fifth is Shay gilders Alexander. I thought I went back and forth on him and Robinson with Robinson in the end. I have no problem with that on a permanent basis. Mitchell Robinson has been a first team all rookie level player. Right. I know he has played a ton of minute. Right. So I and to me shape, the minute's difference in the fact that he's doing this as a star on a winning team. And he's been really good and his surge. I think he's like shooting thirty eight percent of. Yeah. Three now. Like, he's had a really strong finishing cake. He's already a good defensive player. He's been really really good. That was enough to get that spot over to me it came to. I didn't really consider. I love Robinson. He was an absolute lock for an all rights, but I didn't really consider him because I just thought shea and Bagley I went back and forth to in all three of them on the plan. This Roberts had done enough. I don't think any of those choices need justification perhaps though, it's the first female rookie spot. Right. And perhaps one of the only I mean people have already forgotten about Jaren Jackson junior. I put him third rookie of the year. Ballot. Like, I think they'd played a few more games. Like definitely what had him third. I think if you had played a full season. I would add him second possible. He was really really good. He's really this working classes loaded like usually that. Usually it's hard to come up with five guys. And the second team is a train wreck actually came up with three teams. No, I say, I have a whole thirteen. I never have snubbed all this. I was going through it today. Like, this working class is really good. Okay. So a gimme. Your second team all rookie. And now, I bet I bet we're going to have the same ten guys. But we've just flip flopped. But give me see. Maybe I'll maybe I'll be wrong again, Marvin Bagley count Sexton shea Gill Alexander Kevin herder and legislation. We do not have to. Rogue picks. My second team is Marvin Bagley who I considered strong for right and call Collins Sexton who I gave a look for first team, but doesn't deserve. Right. Landry shamet. Right. Because he shooting forty percent from three and has been starting on a winning team in a key bench player on another winning team..

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Rory McIlroy wins Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill

ESPNews

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Rory McIlroy wins Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill

"Espn radio sportscenter i'm jan rutta on the nc double a tournament scoreboard early second half cincinnati drilling nevada fifty six to thirty seven it's gone final short in the seventy texas saying blows out to sea north carolina eighty six to sixty five beat butler seventy six to seventy three boiler makers moving on to the sweet sixteen for the second straight season they'll go up against texas tech and syracuse eleven seat in the mid west gets passed three seed michigan state fifty five to fifty three detroit espn's jay williams why the spartans had problems with the syracuse zone i was kinda shocked the miles purchase wasn't more in the middle of his own more goings or you saw jaren jackson and miskel state averages nineteen and a half assists per game they wanna pop nation today and fourteen turnovers kept passing the ball around the top of that song and it couldn't get any action from the middle of the michigan state was just eight of thirtyseven from three syracuse will take duke in the sweet sixteen nfl the patriots have quired receiver returner garo patterson from the raiders with dave expected through exchange late round pigs according to multiple reports rory mcilroy fires mid credible eight under sixty four to win the arnold palmer invitational at eighteen under at bay hill tiger woods finishes at ten under tied for fifth tigers first time finishing in the top ten and back to back weeks on the tour since two thousand twelve tennis one more team del potrero feeds roger federer threeset win the final at indian wells while the raptors sit high atop the eastern conference standings lebron james said their playoff seed doesn't matter wednesday to face off in cleveland coverage starts at six thirty eastern on espn radio and on espn dickerson back with you on espn radio.

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