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"jeff mcginnis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:21 min | 11 months ago

"jeff mcginnis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"At the table is was definitely guard. Shaquille o'neal because i was the baby always eight. I i know in your senior year in high school. You went to oak hill academy. I'm familiar with that school but tell everybody what that school is like. Because it's very turned out a lot of great players. Yeah it was. I went there This kinda getting bombarded my last year of highschool with with the recruitment and there's so many different dynamics there and i i play with jeff mcginnis on a u. team and he was already it. Okay look at him and he was just you know man. You should come. You should come. And i just i was like all right. I'm gonna take a ride up me and my mother drove up to two okay. You and it was a swear as off the beaten path. Unlike any place. I've ever seen before just seemed like in the middle of nowhere in the mountains. First time i've ever been you know drove through the mountains. And when i got there and it was just a great county just basketball atmosphere I had already pretty much completed all of my academic requirements from sat. And all that so. It was more about basketball. They're really trying to gear myself for know being prepared for that. I first year college. But it's a special place that a lot of different athletes. Camello anthony needed or josh smith. kevin durant and all the different names that have come in come through their And you know coach. Smith has been then the state coach steve smith. He's one of the best high school coaches Probably ever and they just you know teach guys game of basketball and that's all you can do not a lot that you can can do other than the game of basketball while you're up there because like i said is in the middle of nowhere but if i had to do it all again i was still do the same thing. You were a player of the year coming out of high school and i. I've always thought that it's really unfair. The mismatch of an eighteen year old kid trying to make a very important decision as to where they're going to play their college ball. What was that like for you because everybody wanted to have jerry stackhouse. Yeah it was kinda you know it was flattering. You know just to that. You could go to any college that you want to know that i worked hard enough. You know earlier in my career to put myself in a position to be able to to choose whichever school wanted to go to. But i mean just growing up in you know eastern north carolina and grown up in north carolina. Right an acc territory. It was hard for me not to think about leave. Know playing anywhere else in college out there somewhere along tobacco road and and state north carolina. Duke was really high on my list. Florida state had a great visit. Virginia so i felt like those wanted to schools that i would choose but just sitting down with you know coach smith and understanding Who he was you know he was wanted to coach then you. Everything seemed like every coach. I talked to it was promising. Me a certain amount of minutes. You know you're going to do this and you're going to do that and coach kinda basically saying you come here and work hard gonna play and i gravitated more to that and it worked out worked out pretty good. What else struck you about dean smith. The first time you met him. Jerry i i knew of my new name even probably put it to face. You know 'cause. I was has a small kid watching. You know acc basketball. You always just mostly focused on the players and not so much to coach. But i knew. Dean smith named smith. He was like i tell you. Quick story just who. He was as My mom early in the day. I was having my in home. Visit michigan was coming in probably late morning. Their coach vance was coming in and at the new. You know my mom. You know she avid fan. But like steve. Smith came and we had coffee and doughnuts and you know had a nice visit. When coach before coach smith. She's in the kitchen cooking pork chops. Cooking cavs can everything so even though she'd never tried to tell me you know where to go to school. That was kind that subtle hint that you know you know this. This is who i really like. And they hit it off they right about the same age and it was just a a great fit for my family. All the way around. I would love to have been a fly on the wall for that first meeting. Let me ask you about north carolina when you got into college basketball. You were such a star but sometimes players. Don't check their egos at the door and forget they have to reprove themselves. What was the transition like for you. Well it was tough. You know i mean i think it was even though like i said i wanted to work hard for everything that got it. Felt like. I was working hard for for for who you know what i was trying to accomplish. And you know and north carolina says that we had a senior late and team had just come off winning the national championship. And you know. And i wanted it now and it's like any kid. I wanted that instant gratification and had to be some some growing pains. I mean when i was i was probably after every game. I felt like. I should have been playing a little bit more. You know coach talked to coach smith and he told me that you know grind reed who was a senior plan ahead of me. Tell me and you you you guys should try to be the best small forward in the country together in my mind i was like hey i feel like i could be the best small forward in the country by myself. That's how you thought as a young immature player and like said several times at the games. I was One in particular that was venting to my mother about this is the right place for me. This is right place for me. I feel like i am could go somewhere else. Be doing more and she just told me she just bay to that. Says he listened to me that you know as mothers do but she just told me if you start running now you'll be running the rest of your life great advice. That's just something that stuck with me. And i stuck it out. You know two weeks later in acc tournament. I want three freshman to ever. You know win the most outstanding players you know of. Acc tournament and so the best advice. Listen to your mom. If i would listen to myself and do what i wanna do. Probably would you know been moping impounding the rest of the way but she told me. Finish what i started and it worked out great. Let me also ask you about the fact that you were hyped. As the next jordan since both of you played in north carolina you both when number three in the draft. You were listed six six. You look similar physically. And you had those similar acrobatic games as well. Was that a weight on your shoulder. That really wasn't fair. Well i didn't really look at it like that because it was you know. I didn't even play shooting guard. Michael shooting guard his whole career. And i was you know i. I've played power forward in high school. So i think because of you know coming from north carolina from eastern north carolina bench. Six six. And you know the fact that i could dunk and do some things that you know. That was those natural paris's even know coming into north carolina and they grew the more you know going and coming into the nba but even like even in north carolina. I play pow for the most part it was small. I was never really shooting guard. The first time. I have played shooting guard in my in. My life was at the pro level so i felt like being able to Come into the game and and and make myself and work and make myself at all star you know at that level. That was enough of jerry. Stackhouse so i really let the comparisons what other people thought i should be. I mean nobody can live up to michael jordan. Who had done it. And i think this guy did. She say that had some success. You know maybe a coby bryant. But it's still. It's not to the level of michael jordan. So just you know. I never really tried to put that pressure on myself. If i could be the best jerry. Stackhouse aca beating that. Would you know that'd be pretty good and being able to play eighteen years and had created a hat. I feel really good about that jerry. Stackhouse's joined us on sports on. I'm when we come back. We'll talk about him being drafted in the first round third overall by the philadelphia seventy sixers and the rest of his nba career. We do that as we continue across the country and around the world on sports byline. Hello and welcome back to the ronnie deutsche tax program on the line is paul from california..

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"jeff mcginnis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"jeff mcginnis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Jimmy as much as I have, and you don't wanna wait until Monday morning, you get a chance tomorrow morning to hear him Right here on these airwaves on eat this drink that go presented by the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau in history. Me History. Miami Museum, get a preview of the show right now with Jimmy's co host and executive producer. Her name is Brenda Basket. Good morning, Brenda. Good morning, Mani. Well, you know, coming up. September 22nd to the 27th. Has shown bad is and meant It was created in 2008, and they're doing it virtually and, um And the price is 200 for two guests and the lineup of chefs are Michael Lewis of Q Michael Shorts of Amara Paree. So Jeff McGinnis and Janine boost from Luton Bone and still still Giorgio replica of Ole from eating house. Why I adore and bread Kilgore from Ember, and they send you all of the staff and then you connect. Come on, zoom, and then the chefs will take you through dish by dish and help you make it on. They've got wine pairings. It sounds like a lot of fun and it benefits family farmers. And such a great event and, you know, united Way is doing an event called back of the house, and they're starting in October. No, tell you more about it in the coming weeks, but the first one is October 14th with michael shorts and it'll work. Much the same way where you sign up, and they will send you everything, and then you go online and you have a few friends over and and you do this event. It sounds like fun. Yeah, It's a brilliant idea and a lot of them. You mentioned two of the great events that are doing it now. I mean, you get all the stuff and so many of us are doing so much more cooking now because we've been at home for so many months and you get to learn from these expert big name chefs. On, make the meals for yourself as opposed to going somewhere and having them cooked them for you, so I think it adds a little extra layer of funded to it. I think it's really fun and salty donuts. One of my favorites. Is there now delivering which is pretty dangerous. Yes, that's pretty dangerous. And don't forget Miami Spice. Goto. I love Miami Spice. You know the restaurants can can can use your help. And then tomorrow on the show, we're going to bring back that great Miami linebacker John offer doll and he has six restaurants and we'll talk about football and food, and they're talking about the grid on Grace. Gorilla, Um, competition and we tasted some great food and then we'll have Ron Miguel. He's the communications director and goodwill ambassador for do Miami. And he joins us in the studio with an AL That is adorable and an hour. Oh, God. Okay, I'm just season. I love the accent. I'm just so I'm a heel from zoo Miami joins you in studio with an owl. Right. It's one of the largest house and though we're holding and it's fun, but the zoo has now re opened and due to, you know, limited capacity for one day tickets so you could purchase them online. And then we'll have David Ortiz are mad scientists and cocktail chef and he does some fall cocktails for those making good cocktails at home. It'll be fun. And then why have Cindy crews from Cindy Lou's cookies? If you have not had a Cindy Lou cooking, lest I mean it's the perfect Male between chewy and crunchy of a cookie and her shops on northeast Second Avenue and she now ship nationally, which is which is great. In fact, after we had her on the show, I sent cookies to my daughter. I was like you have to taste these cookies. Well, that sounds awesome. So that's what's on the street. Go tomorrow. Alright. Tomorrow morning at nine o'clock right here at the strenght that go presented by the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau in history, Miami Museum course. Our own Jimmy cephalopod and the lovely and talented accented Brenda Bassett. Thanks so much, they safe. We'll talk to you soon. You too. Manny 9 26. We got time for.

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"jeff mcginnis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"jeff mcginnis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You went to Oak Hill Academy. I'm familiar with that school but tell everybody what that school is like. Because it's a very it's turned out a lot of great players yeah I went there Discount again bombarded my last year of high school with with the recruitment and There's so many different dynamics there and I play with Jeff McGinnis on a team and he was already at an okay look at him and he was just you know man. You should come. You should come and I just I was like all right. I'm GonNa take the ride up me and my mother drove up to to Oak Hill and it was. I swear was off the beaten path. Unlike any place I've ever seen before just seeing like in the middle of nowhere in the mountains. First Time I've ever been you know drove through the mountains and When I got there and it was just a great town. Just basketball atmosphere I had already pretty much completed all of my academic requirements from sat. And all that so it was more about basketball and really trying to gear myself for you know being prepared for that. I First Year College. But it's a special place like say a lot of different athletes were camello anthony or Josh Smith Kevin Durant all the different names. That have come in. Come through there And you know coach. Smith has been in the state because go Steve Smith. He's one of the best high school coaches Probably ever and they just teach guys game of basketball and all you can do is not a lot that you can can do other than play the game of basketball up there because like I said it's in the middle of nowhere but if I had to do it all again I was still do same thing. You were a player of the year coming out of high school and I. I've always thought that it's really unfair. The mismatch of an eighteen year old kid trying to make a very important decision as to where they're going to play their college ball. What was that like for you because everybody wanted to have Jerry Stackhouse? Yeah it was Kinda you know it was flattering. You know just to know that you could go to any college that you want to know that I worked hard enough early in my career to put myself in a position to be able to choose whichever school they wanted to go to. But I mean growing up in eastern North Carolina grown up in North Carolina right in. Acc territory. It was hard for me to to think about leaving. You know playing anywhere else in college somewhere along tobacco road and I mean. Sc State North Carolina. Duke was Really high on my list. Florida state and I had a great visit. Virginia so I felt like those one or two schools that I would choose but just sitting down with you know coach Smith and understanding Who he was. He was wanted to coach that. Dan Promise it. You know everything. 'cause like every coach did. I talked to. It was promising me a certain amount of minutes. You know you're going to do this and you're GonNa do that and coach just kind of basically saying if you've got me here and work hard you play and I gravitated more to that and it worked out. Worked OUT PRETTY GOOD? What else struck you about Dean Smith. The first time you met him Jerry Gladys I knew of my new name before I could really even probably put into. A face has a small kid watching. Acc basketball you always just mostly focused on the players and not so much to coach. But I knew Dean Samantha Smith and he was like I tell you. Quick story just who he was as My mom early in the day I was having my home visit. Michigan was coming in the Mo- probably late morning than coach. Smith was coming in and afternoon. You know my mom you know. She's an avid fan. But when Steve Smith came in we had coffee and doughnuts and you know had a nice visit when before coach man. She's in the kitchen cooking pork chops. Cooking cavs can everything. Even though she'd never tried to tell me you know where to go to school. That was kind of that subtle hint that you know you know this is. This is who I really like. And they hit it off their right about the same age and it was just a a great fit for my family. All the way around I would love to have been a fly on the wall for that first meeting. Let me ask you about North Carolina. When you got into college basketball you were such a star already. But sometimes players don't check their egos at the door and forget they have to reprove themselves. What was the transition like for you? Well it was tough you know I think it was even though like I said I wanted to work hard for for everything that got. It felt like I was working hard before for who you know for what I was trying to accomplish. In you. Know and and North Carolina's there's a pecking order. We had a senior ladies team that had just come in the national championship. And you know and I wanted to now. It's like any kid. I wanted that instant gratification Had to be some some growing pains. I mean when I was in I was probably act every game. I felt like I should have been playing a little bit more. You know coach me. I talked to coach Smith and he told me that you know Brian who was a senior plan ahead of me. Tell me that you you guys should try to be the best small forward in the country together in my mind. I was like hey I feel like I could be the best small forward in the country by myself. That's how you thought as a young immature player and like I said you know several times at the Games. I was One in particular. I was venting to my mother about him. I don't know if this is the right place for me. This is the right place for me. I feel like I could go somewhere else and be doing more. And she just told me he just basically says he listened to me. Then you know as mothers do but she just told me if you start running now you'll be ready for the rest of your life. Great advice that's something to stop. Let me and I stuck it out. You know two weeks later. Acc tournament. I WANNA three freshman to ever win the most outstanding players you know of ACC tournament. And that's just like so the best advice that they listened to your mom if I listened to myself. And then what I WANNA do. I probably would've been moping empowering the rest of the way but she told me to finish what I started and it worked out great. Let me also ask you about the fact that you were hyped. As the next Jordan since both of you played North Carolina. You both went number three in the draft. You were listed six six. You look similar physically. And you had those similar acrobatic games as well. Was that a weight on your shoulder. That really wasn't fair. Well I didn't really look at it like that because it was you know. I didn't even play shooting guard. I was shooting guard his whole career and I was you know. I play power forward in high school so I think of the you know coming from North Carolina Ban from eastern North Carolina. Ben Six six and you know the fact that I could dunk and do some things that you know that was doses of natural comparisons even coming into North Carolina and grew even more you know going and coming in to the NBA but even actually even in North Carolina. I play power for the most part and it was small court. I was never really shooting guard. The first time I ever played shooting guard in my in my life was at the pro level so I felt like being able to Come into the game and and and make myself and working make myself at all star you know at that level. That was enough for Jerry Stackhouse so I didn't really let the comparisons what what what other people thought I should be. I mean nobody can live up to Michael Jordan. Who has done it? You know? I think you know this guys that she's saying that had had some success in you know maybe a Kobe Bryant but it still is not to the level of Michael Jordan. Just you know. I never really tried to put that pressure on myself. Just felt that if I could be the best Jerry Stackhouse I could beat and that would you know that'd be pretty good and being able to play eighteen years and had the created ahead? I feel really good about that. Jerry Stackhouse has joined us on sports byline when we come back. We'll talk about him being drafted in the first round third overall by The Philadelphia. Seventy sixers and the rest of his NBA career. We do that as we continue across the country and around the world on sports byline. It has been said that everyone has a book in them. But you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience that you want to pass on in the form of a book to help others..

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"jeff mcginnis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"jeff mcginnis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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