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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:07 min | 2 months ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Instances over there for you this is a good time for us just wrap it up and put a cap on it beforehand as mark mentioned you got the lance Armstrong for two weeks this week and next week and then they've got I am a big Bruce Lee fans are going to a Bruce Lee I just enter in in there so much of a mystery I mean really meant but it seems like there's a shroud of mystery with his death and his son's death death that sometimes that really does a big fan of the crow right so it will be really cool to see that I'm looking forward to that the lance thing I I might watch it only out of curiosity because I want to know what drove this guy because he was on the pedestal and then he fell off real quick like what drove him do you think that he wouldn't be outed you know what what was the story winning apparently which is winning at all costs and that's what they did let's get back to you thought sod the last dance again knew I wanted to talk about it as a tribute to the great piece today in the papers as may we have this last dance was the headline of the full page article they just ask three questions I come away from the last dance feeling blank the most underrated scene of the last dance was blank and the film's treatment out of Jerry Krause was blank you want to fill in any of those you just give us your opinions three one two three three two three seven seven six that's one of the lumbar to John hello John John was there let's go to the south side hello Chris are you doing this morning doing good morning good good so the the moly it reminded me of playing NBA two K. as yes I'm just watching the game in a danger game with his view like all aerial view I'm telling my friends on my due to the level playing a video game right now like it it was so clear and even the commentary just a minute commentary during the game in addition like age the chance to show blemishes well and Steve Kerr did look like he didn't belong for I love books he had a great career and still battles the talk did you feel sorry for the price last night no yes they are yes here and I would argue that they played a bunch of five star last night and he's a monster he had me going in on a lot the the price before but thank god thank you thank you Chris they had I think about those so then I think about a week or so ago when a show Mike Tyson like working out with a with a saw that for a five or six seconds we were saying now it looks like a monster but can he do that more than five or six seconds yeah well I mean how many times would you have to be able to hit a guy that hard well he must look if you can Dodge that for five or six seconds aware about he's made fifty I guess but he looked remonstrating look like you what I got you definitely want to avoid southside Andre hello Andre very good morning good morning it's going on I just want to talk about you know to treat it like a Jerry Krause because I guess not so much that I come up with a birdie but you know I have questions about you know they've they've got it in fact the contract and he wanted to leave logos a contract one without his agent you know that Helen Hey that's not a good deal let's just work this out but in all in all with most managers do or whatever because a lot of people say oh they won the championship on minimum wage because they did take a while the market study what everybody wants to get more bang for the Buck you know so I kind of understood what would Jerry Krause with door obvious hang up and listen to yo yo your answers I'm sure we appreciate the call thanks a lot have a good holiday weekend the one thing that you have to get you have to go through your head when you have a grasp of it I heard still the same at this week and I've heard other people talk about it they said he could have just I think her neck for dell the other day for dell was signed and talked about it obviously Nick Friedell cover the bears are the bears the balls long time here and now he's been covering the warriors last couple of years any civil jury always could use it givens got the more money we deserved it listen Jerry rice are basically told you when you sign a contract I don't renegotiate deals I don't really go she can probably isn't a good deal for you long term deals with me and get what you want but I'm not to renegotiate and the idea of where was his agent where was his well intentioned because that was never brought up it was his hip rind run store came up to him and said here's what we have for you but it's not a good deal right I do I'd watch I'd watch out if you sign this okay how does a professional but he'd been did say I wanted I wanted security my family and as she did with the NBA contracts and you know NBA contracts a lot of other contracts you sign them in the day you sign up and baseball too you know you're getting that money it's coming down where the NFL's different the NFL you get signing bonuses and they pay you that over pro rated period of time and all the others and sending letters to give you and then the rest of the money they split up but that they can cut you a release you whatever they want to get out of the contract and of course we understand why Krause did that you hate when you run a team you have to run the spreadsheet yeah the profit and loss you have to watch over everything it's a business decision what you watched game six the movie if you did watch it when they're handing the trophy to Jerry Reinsdorf Jerry Reinsdorf says and I hope this got both Scotty and Michael decided to come back and do it again next year and then you heard jury rides are for the end say he asked Phil again if Phil what would come back for another year and Phil said I've had enough so all this week we've heard people say well yeah but they told me to talk to or not to you're not gonna be able even Michael said that at the end it is like but but when they showed Michael the footage of runs of yes they realized I think when Krause said that at the beginning they really didn't think that anything was gonna happen well they got there yeah they got to the promised land they realize wait a minute we may be pulling the plug on this right now all I feel that it was the perfect ending I do not feel I and I I feel for Michael because Michael said you know what no I'm not satisfied right yeah he still holds that edge yeah I feel like it was the perfect way to go out the perfect ending that last shot was a last shot of him making a a buzzer beater to win a championship in a bulls uniform that was it I don't remember seeing that shot thinking that's it that's all we're gonna see it was a perfect ending for me I do have to say the one thing that the last chance to end that game six the movie showed me where I watch that one the state is it was not a pushing on no yeah he had the that way anyway I didn't I always thought it was a pleasure yeah and I never I never said look at it over and over and over again I'd spend your day it happened I gonna he pushed a great move nobody got away with it you saw as momentum he was zero point out where anyway he just had his hand and I don't just auspices comment he's like it was akin to a maitre D. showing you to your table yeah they don't show up you know but you know what I know about you but I've never liked when I would go to a restaurant and later he would actually touch me as he was leading me to I'm here if he did shall be with George sure if your hands off of me don't go touching me I wanted to just touch and stuff are your soul ahead of that cold record yeah well touch me don't breathe on me one of my guys and if you listen to sports talk radio you've heard us mention the guy Jack black is added he goes by gridiron assassin and he had to share that the other day is that what this covert things over still stay six feet away from me that's kind of the way I feel you know unless you're a friend of mine unless I know you really well stay away and I think that's what the world would be a better place if everybody decides that I think we're well on our way to people be very conscious of how close others are coming to them yeah I think so too because it's stuck in my mind I don't think that I'll be able to reverse it anytime soon no and that's that's a tough part I'm starting to have now because I have people say well you know once you come on over it's like we're gonna need to said do I have to wear a mask right now I'm not ready yet you know I'm I'm kind of ready but then we'll get to a point where it's like okay well theoretically we're all going bonkers yeah but when you think about going somewhere in visiting and and and trying to be normal all of these things run through your head it's getting your way but for a good reason yeah for your for your health or your own for your own existence yeah three one two three three two three seven seven six one talk more about the last chance there is going to be sports to watch today we mention NASCAR and there's golf I know there was golf last week I just can't but idea that they're gonna watch more today than they did in last week for some we'll talk about it we come back.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

13:30 min | 2 months ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Dan Patrick Show last night our. It Guy. Alan came in. He was using the traeger grill. He puts him pulled pork on there. And he said it's GonNa take twelve hours and he came back last night. I forget what time he texts me and he said it's done and I said what's done. He goes to the pulled pork twelve hours now. Our computers don't work but our. It guy did make some great pulled on the traeger. We'll have that pulled pork coming up a little bit later on this hour. I was also looking at Michael Jordan and his relationship with Memorial Day weekend. He had some Great Memorial Day weekends in his career. Nineteen eighty nine. That's the Saturday before Memorial Day. Had Forty six in a win over. Detroit made the game winning. Jump Shot Nineteen Ninety on Saturday. He had forty seven and then on Memorial Day. He had forty to be Detroit. In both of those games. Nineteen ninety-one Memorial Day bowls finishes sweep of Detroit. Pistons walked off no handshakes Nineteen ninety-three Memorial Day Jordan fifty four and a win over New York. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety six Memorial Day. He has forty five as the Bulls. Finish a sweep of Orlando and the Eastern Conference finals. We bring in Sam Smith Sam. Of course wrote the Jordan rules about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls and it's hopefully got a spike in new book sales there Sam because Jordan talked about it in the last dance and he singled out horace grant one of his former teammates as a snitch. Your reaction when you heard Jordan talk about that is Horace Grant. Your snitch was what Sam? I think we were talking about it with todd the other day not to celebrate myself. But that's what we do on TV. Right but I I had about a dozen. Years is investigative reporting and doing a number of things involved the new Phil Jackson from the CBA. Spending time. When I'm Johnny Bach from the Early Years when he was coaching warriors from Brooklyn so it was a long time friend. Heck's is to sit with on the plane for years One time brought me. I was trying to understand the offense so he brought me. The book is original. Triple Post offense book that he had signed for his mother and they said well text. I can't have you book you your signed for your mother said well she died. She doesn't need it and and so the notion was well. I had a weight after all this till Nineteen eighty-eight eight till a twenty one year twenty two year old kid for Rural. Georgia came along site. Now can do a book on this subject. So I've you know kind of laugh at it after all his years about the trying to explain when Michael Says. Hey people are Michael said it but I know you're not gonNA give up your sources but it would was Michael correct at all in Horace Grant being a now you would call it a source. Michael called her to snitch. That kind of your journalism. So you know doing that kind of project. Everybody's the source y'all Maxon Johnny Bach Jerry reinsdorf Jerry Krause. Even I had dinner on the road a couple of times as frightening as that might sound Jerry. Krause we're in Portland. One time I was hanging around in the I think it was that season actually in the in the lobby. Jerry came down a changes room seven times which you did quite a bit like the mattress at some issue. Let's go have dinner. I couldn't think fast enough and so do you think Michael singled out horse because you saw this. You know some of the reaction after the last dance with Horace and some of the players. You know being upset. Sorta ever their their documentary. I'm cutting in. You know. Horror stood up to Michael a lot back. Then and you know a lot of a lot of the elements of the documentary. Early on settling grudges. Kind of thing. Mike Michael takes names and remember. So you know Jerry Krause I say on Horace are in an odd way was sort of a protector. Scotty in early on's really. Yes Scotty early on. They were incredibly close literally would call each other before every game. Decide what they were wearing went out and bought. The same cars bought the same dogs. They were inseparable. And but you know Scott it was Kinda seduced by Michael's aura and attention. What Michael and he would gravitate over toward Michael and Michael when he was sort of in his art. They're in didn't always we've seen didn't always treat you with Perhaps the respect. You'd like so Scotty would come back to harvest and complain about you. Know what he said to me in the sense of that and so harsh you know would stand up to Mike sometimes when things happen. He wasn't as articulate as quick sil- and so it it didn't come off as cleverly But you know that they had a long history of that and then my and then of course Harz being the one when he left and went to Orlando and when the year Michael came back in ninety five it was horace. Really you know car shack and penny with the best players but with Phil done in that series realizing harsh. Not a great shooter. He doubled off horace every time. Harsh shot like seventy percent in the series you know really hits the booming baskets and then the magic players lift them on their shoulders carrying raising his hand pointing at Michael. Did by the way there was no. There was no after the end of that series. There was not mates. Going the players going to congratulate the other team. Michael stalked off pretty fast after that one too so he remembers a lot of evidence when Taras houses plan in Chicago. This is this has been great. You know this has been Obviously with a lot of places in the country it's kept US given us something to look forward to but first Chicago. It's been particularly special because you know it's not. It's not a city with a great history of sports success. You know cubs one hundred years until a world series one eight as it turned out your and here's the celebration of when it wasn't New York or Boston or la. Chicago was the center of the sports world for a decade and so local community. It's especially with the Bulls having issues in last You know couple of decades. It's you know it's been a terrific opportunity to remember. Just a puff your chest out and say hey were number one talking to Sam Smith. He wrote the Jordan rules Co Author of Derrick. Rose's autobiography all show you which is available on Amazon Barnes and Noble Howard the book sales for the Jordan rules has there been a spike since the documentary. It's really interesting. I'm making the same on that as I am for. This appearance book is out of print than they haven't printed anymore. They haven't now they Was sort of like one of those. Oh yeah that would be a good idea. I think it's probably occurring to them right now. That maybe it'd be a good idea but I went to look on Amazon. I couldn't buy one because liberal. Ask me they say well he can give me a buck. I said well let me say goodbye. Wow so The you don't pay for appearances. Do you know we don't believe in with the. Have you thought about adding an an extra chapter to the Jordan Rules Yeah actually just now public publishers? Have ever since I realized doing books. They're mostly good at just printing. They're really printers version of Benjamin Franklin was doing and I think it's it's kind of Khartoum now and so they just literally at the end of the documentary. Got Back to me and said the we're thinking of maybe printing another edition of course later this year and Maybe you could write something for it so yeah so I probably will end up doing that. But have it yet also. The whole flu game now became food poisoning. Why after all these years that Michael never addressed or clarified it until we got to the documentary? Why would he do? It wasn't food poisoning? They made that up those. There were several things based on a true story. Kind of thing in this down. That was one of them. I know in our society we like to Believe in conspiracies a lot more fun and interesting than the truth subtle like Michael being kicked out of the NBA. You know in which they addressed quite a bit Because of the gambling and everything which obviously wasn't the case and you'll David. Stern and Brian McIntyre Mark van. So any number of people commented on that people associate but he. He wasn't poison as not what happened. And I mean the story of if you watch. I mean watching the documentary. I mean seriously. Five People Michael Jordan the most protected. Nobody knows where he is. Secure person of a sudden five guys pizza place by the way it was ordering pizza and Salt Lake City but beyond that and they were in park city. What do you think happens to ill? There's no question I think. I think he had something that wasn't as as manly as maybe some other episodes. I think I think because what they were doing they were going up to park city In the mountains in the ski area at the stay as where they stay so they had practice in Salt Lake City so he kept coming in and out in and out and I think it was altitude sickness the symptoms daddy had fit that much more than anything else that he had and so there was some sort of illness no question he was ill. I wouldn't deny that definitely was was sick but he wasn't poisoned but I don't understand why not. Just let this sleeping dog lie that it's the flu game. We we've we celebrated this now all of a sudden even when he says it Sam in the documentary. He doesn't say in a convincing manner that he had food poisoning. He looks away. He says it and he looks like Hey I got a. I got to believe this. It was food poisoning. And I'm thinking you got away with this. It was the flu now. All of a sudden it might be throwing a Cuban cigar to some drinks and altitude sickness. And you've got a guy who looks gray when he walks into the building that night. Well people always Samsung Hangover and stuff and to me that sort of relevant because Michael never slapped out play golf. You know two to three hours of sleep. You know if he drank smoke cigars that that was you know. Thirteen years of stuff and he still went out and got fifty so had nothing to do with. Yeah right there was no there was a reason to was also part of it was it. Was I think the eat a need to add drama to this documentary? It was a great show otherwise Jordan story but it was like you know they had the beginning and the theme of Eighty Two and our Jerry. Krause never coming back you know. And that's it so you got to end the documentary also similar way he he. He didn't WANNA play that next year. Year it he he could have any number of ways so he made that up to the end that I wish I could have come back. I wanted to come back. He didn't want he didn't WANNA come back. You know it was. It was a whole team there. Other than Scotty. Who you know is limited by the time. The end of finals had to have back surgery again. You don't went to Houston had a poor season Iran left and they went to Portland. They was just a role player coach. Love Harper Winnington. They were number simply. There was a number of team there. And they had money for free agent. And they actually had Brent Barry. That season was a good free agent. You know so he wanted to stay in. Rodman of course was coming back for the one year was Beckenham for that one year deal and so they wanted to one year in the forty million. They could've gotten it and he just didn't WanNA play. I mean we saw with Ahmad and all of scenes that have had enough. You know I'm of here. You know I gotta move on you know so I mean but it was a better story to end it that way to say. Hey you know. Yeah one more chance going for seven. I should have done. We have done that night do that but the other thing too about that is we always complain about all these athletes united and Willie mays and Ricky Henderson. Whatever why did they? Why didn't they just quit on top? We did he quit on top which we should be celebrating that he left us wanting more.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

08:56 min | 2 months ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on WEEI

"Floor podcast friend of this program he is banned Garber band how have you been doing during the middle of this pandemic ban or you want the short version along version right I mean I feel like that's the answer every time somebody asked and I'm doing well hang in there good health my family's all good I hope the same for you too John yet I present that then me too and I understand exactly what you're saying there is a short answer and there is a long answer all right so there is no way be a right now though but we did have the last dance overall what did you make of the ten episodes of the last dance well the guy growing up just completely indoctrinated sort of in the the MJ fan called I thought it was awesome it was a fun look back and the starship work bag I saw a lot of players and saw a lot of media members may be under the age of thirty who are learning from the stories that we grew up on and I thought that was great you know to me I think it's important member how his fingerprints were all over this project right you know we have to acknowledge that we're getting the story that Michael Jordan wants us to watch and it's interesting what he included in that story and what he did for example he's going to talk about some of the gambling stuff some of the the political drama but he doesn't necessarily want to show us his family is not even necessarily keeping his interviews at his own home and so to me I saw a guy who in retirement still very much you know cherishes his privacy definitely still has parts of his personality that he doesn't want to show to us as a viewer and a guy who obviously want the conversation to stay on the court because when he was on the court he was an absolute killer we saw I'm just you know mow down Isaiah Thomas Magic Johnson quite drive Sir Charles Barkley Gary Payton and John Stockton Karl Malone in order you know episode by episode and you know it's an incredible career and to me I think he stepped away from this making his case he's the greatest of all time and in in basketball circles and he's not match right now by Samantha speaking my time at like at the end of the series when Jordan's talk about the fact that he regrets that he didn't get the opportunity to win a seventh title does it seem to you like he settled and comfortable in retirement not at all I mean that's that's probably the year he settled every score on the court but this is what that he can't settle because it was out of his control I mean his whole plan of Hey let's all take one year deal that sounds great when you're Michael Jordan and your one year deals for thirty million dollars late in your career I try to sell that idea Scotty Pippin or some of the other role players would never really had a big payday to that point I mean I think there were some very real problems facing their front office and there's no question you know Jerry Reinsdorf Jerry Krause deserve some serious blame for how they handled things going into that ninety seven ninety eight season I mean they just you know didn't have everybody on the same page your call Jackson goes eighty two and he's gonna be cast aside no matter what I mean to me some of that public relations stuff is inexcusable but there's no question guys were getting old Dennis Rodman is going to you know Detroit for a wrestling you know a battle during the middle of the NBA finals he's on his last legs it is obviously wanted to get paid I mean to me it was just a natural ending for that run the kind of come together at the same time and and Jordan just didn't plan it well enough you know you didn't see into the future he didn't realize that some of those other guys are going to want to get taken care of financially and it kind of all blew up in his face but the bottom line is he went out with a bang and ideas I mean that final shot the entire sequence where he goes layout steal from Karl Malone and then final shot to me it's arguably the best minute of basketball in his career and and maybe the best minute that anybody's ever play we're talking about in Culver you know one of the really interesting moments that I've been in the series was the discussion of Scotty Pippen sitting out at the end game three the ninety four conference semis Pippin said quote it's one of those incidents were I wish it never happened but if I had a chance to do it over again I probably wouldn't change it end quote to really curious comment to me what do you make of it yeah there was so much to take from the trucks got a bit experience this whole documentary if I was him I'd be watching anything like come on man I won six titles and we're gonna talk about my migraine the tide that I set out with the crew coach and then the fact that I had back spasms and it ninety eight it's like all of his low ball bids got all this attention right now to me I think the big take away from that sits out situation where Phil Jackson says Tony you're going to take a shot Scott is not he would never happen in today's NBA jam the superstars just have that level of clout they would be able to overrule the play if they wanted the coach would probably not try to defy them in the first place they would just give them the ball and look if if they ultimately did sit out there'd be a crazy media storm everyone would be freaking out it would be much worse even than what Scotty Pippin faced in the nineties and then after the fact you know if if they really felt snubbed by his organization in today's day and age he could get his coach fired or he could demand a trade in which of those were things that were available to him back in the nineties so I think that specific scene but as well as the entire Pippin story where they're they're kind of dwelling on his low moments really made me feel sympathetic and you know a little bit sad for Scotty Pippin in the alternate number two guy how often do we see NBA players these days willingly cede to an alpha dog for their entire prime like study that they did I'm certainly benefited you know he has six title to show for it he's still a very prominent and be a figure considered one of the top fifty greatest players of all time of course but you're taking that number two role role is not easy especially when you realize you're one of the best players in the entirely you know then what I thought was really interesting why Scott he said I had the opportunity to play with the best player ever I had an opportunity to play for the best coach ever we had the best general manager ever I mean obviously Jerry Krause did not really fair well in this documentary don't know he deserves a lot of credit for assembling the roster and he's not able to defend himself in the series but they did let that through Mike let that through him he did say it's got he said he was the best GM ever so I thought that was interesting in and of itself put that aside how much blame if you think cross deserves for situations with Phil Jackson and Scotty Pippin among others well first thing on the the greatest yet never comment I mean to me we need a lie detector version of this documentary dot way I mean it's funny that studies the what is that the Michael never said anything along those lines right so now we know where Michael really standard and similarly there's times where you know Jordan with with safety about ticket like he had a migraine you know I I I do understand in that moment you couldn't play and I kind of wish we had the lie detector on a Michael Jordan did you hear what he really felt about some of those moments given just how pivotal they were after the bull story in terms of Krause's rolled the look he did an amazing job building that roster me really you know even getting picked in the first place having the guts to go out and and put a first time coach like Phil Jackson into that role you know seldom known assistant coach you know to replace Doug Collins with him even though they're already successful team in the playoffs that's a huge move but not a lot of GM's today what would have that kind of sway or have that you know have that level of influence within their organization but to me it's like he just he does deserve a lot of the blame for the the way that it fell apart because everybody was unhappy these are all champions they should have just been a money machine it should have been a title a reading machine he should have been going back to ownership and say look we need to you know keep these guys together we need to spend big to keep this group we see it all the time in the modern NBA where owners are going deep in the luxury tax to keep together title teams I mean that's a sign of good ownership and good management he just wasn't able to do that I mean I think ultimately they they cut corners you know they gave Jordan just enough help that they can get across the finish line in the whole thing blew up in their face I thank all right joining us van is a critical thinker and a veteran journal I'm curious about this and and you understand this because I pose the question does not mean that I have the answer no the answer even necessarily have an opinion but in terms of the pizza the poisoner you know it when you hear that story and we've all heard the story now five guys deliver the pizza only one person at the pizza Mike ate the pizza does that sound legitimate to you what is that smell fishy to you know it it definitely feels like a fish story right we're just the whole story gets a little bit bigger and bigger every time it gets told all of a sudden there's five guys delivering one piece and are trying to look in to see if it's Michael Jordan it sounds like it's I've seen on the sopranos or something like I don't know I wasn't there you know certainly what we do though is Jordan was not right and I've actually had food poisoning before and I looked a lot like Jordan book during that game so whether it's food poisoning hang over like some people want to suggest or whatever else he was not you know in very good shape that's just a remarkable game though because that does jazz teams to be Jim were really under rated by history actually think we got a little bit snub in this documentary two edition of talking more about the power of that John Stockton Karl Malone combination instead they got caught up in all the Brian Russell trash talking and all the fans are crazy and you Todd and the food poisoning stop that was a really really good strong casted smart team that that made back to back finals and and kind of push your right to the edge and that flu game and then again you look absolutely exhausted by.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:07 min | 2 months ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Across all these years that shield in a lot of people blame J. Across and I think some still do because of the way his treatment of Scottie Pippen and some of the things that he was actively trying to to shop Scottie. Pippen he wouldn't renegotiate Scottie. Pippen's deal but he that they're gallivanting all across Europe trying to follow Toni Kukoc and so. I think that rubbed a lot of Scotties teammates that definitely rubs got it the wrong way but that rubbed a lot of his teammates. The wrong way and at the end I was glad scale this pipping gave jade processes coudl. Now wish they would have given the MD flowers while he was alive. He said you have to give credit because he was the general manager. He didn't put this together no matter what you think of him he put it together. But Kill Jerry. Reinsdorf is the reason why this thing broke up. Because he is the head of the owner of the ball club and scale model. The problem is is that when you took your but in nineteen ninety eight to say this is GonNa be you know. Come on come back. Their wartime give a two year deal been field decided to walk away. Mike we got. We gave them two years. And you guys wanted a I got no problem bringing it back skill but I don't know I don't believe because you remember only got five years thirty million dollars to go to PHOENIX Steve Kerr got five years. Eleven million dollars to go to San Antonio Scotti got five for sixty seventy go to Houston is hard for me to believe those guys would take one year deal to come back and try winning ring win the money that they're going to make only the open market or the money that they got from their perspective teams was going to secure them for the future. Another rings gives us not yes. That's why I got four ring. The skill or ring nobody to private school is not going to secure your future. Put the rest of your life and I believe those are life changing moves. Got It pippen for sixty seven new. Got Five for thirty Scott. Steve Kerr got five four Levin. Now I don't want Harper live so I don't believe there were coming back skill. Jerry Reinsdorf let this narrative out there that Jerry Krause Jay said it. Bill can go. Eighty two zero win the title. He's not coming back. Jerry Krause Convince Jerry REINSDORF JERRY. Reinsdorf believe is that it was organizations. Not Player Michael Jordan. Went out of his way like I was in the organization played with no one hundred degrees able I. What did they do that? And so for me. Skill is being now. I would j crowds but in the process of the first documentary and hearing hold on. Why are we blaming the guy that doesn't own the team but doesn't have the? I agree that belongs the door. He is a now scale all of a sudden he wanted like what I told. Field knowing field was going to come back or rebuild knowing those guys wasn't going to accept a one year deal. I don't believe it's killed and micro say those guys would accepted a one year deal move. Lonely was not coming back on a one year. Deal for three million when he got five. Thirty Steve Kerr wasn't going to come back a one year. Deal for a million dollars when he got by four Levin if got pimp dams or coming back so feel it was over because Ryan Door. Let it be out there early that it was over so no jerry arrived off gets one hundred. No we'll give him ninety nine percent. I will give Jay across one percent because he actually thought he was foolish enough to think that it was organization that when champion shield. So you're telling me that Jerry REINSDORF wanted Michael Jordan took leave and he did not want to win the championship in Nineteen Ninety nine the next year. That's what you're saying. This woke up one morning and said I don't want to win another championship. He he wanted to win the championship. No there's no question about that but he didn't WanNa pay Michael Jordan forty million dollars a year that that's what was going to cost you. He didn't WanNA play Scottie Pippen. He didn't WanNa pay all that money. You Charles Barkley telling the story that. When he gave him.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"They should've made things right. And yes Scotty. Pippin end up making more than Jordan and s thanks to the Houston Rockets in the Portland Trailblazers and other teams not named Acog. Oh Bulls take care. Scotty take care of Michael Take Care of feel was the critical trifecta right there. That none of these guys could really Phil Jackson a one year. Six million dollar deal. In his last season they announced this last season. Jerry REINSDORF Jerry. Krause blew up a dynasty because they treated people poorly rather than treat them employees. It frustrates me but just thinking about it again. I can't wait till next Sunday Jim. Well here's the thing to keep in mind Jerry Reinsdorf even when he signed Michael Jordan to that shoe deal thirty three plus minute that he would regret signing Michael Jordan to deal like that. This is Michael Jordan in con- touch when you talking about the ownership old it. Yes they did but the mindset back then when players really did have the levers that they have today if I if I don't WanNa pay you. I don't have to pay. I'm not pressured again back then. You couldn't blame it on the salary cap. It wasn't as restrictive back then to go in and sign a player as problem all went back and got it. You can have a balloon payment on the back end to make up for money that you weren't able to make more player during their contracts but back then owners didn't look at it like that and it's an unfortunate situation in Chicago's The organization that this is a team that when you look at death in the dynasty. What did what they've done for the growth of the NBA. They had another shot. Maybe that next year doing something extremely special again but because ownership whether that was your trump okay. Got A lot of blame but at the end of the day. It was Giron store that had the ability to be told. Or okay a deal. It's Scottie was GONNA get traded. Maybe the Seattle ENIF's that deal. Okay so I agree with you but I lived during that time and I play during that time and again that relationship back then was I'm the boss. You're the employee you're GonNa do what I say. And that's the way it goes unless you had extreme leverage with a lot of ways that that time didn't have Marcel. He's how I want to. I want you to respond to this. I want to respond as my son has a Los Angeles guy. Magic Johnson at one point signed a twenty five year. Twenty five million dollar contract. You THINK JERRY. Buss would handle Magic Johnson or Scotty Pippin the way the Jerry Reinsdorf fear honestly the good ownership. You think red are back with do that to his quick Kevin McKell Robert Ayers any of these guys get Jim that there was some owners with a different mentality but Jerry Buss. This is not the way he would have operated. No there were two signatures on that twenty five year. Doing twenty five million dollars contract and one of them was there. They're bussing so look..

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:01 min | 3 months ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"One of the one half of the fantastic sports do add K. O. H. channel five G. gated is I guess Jacob how you holding up these days holding up with Grove road levy and understated I think I'm certified I think that at look at it right now yeah man it's a I don't know is that there it seems like there's a light at the end of this tunnel and I'm hoping that we're closer than maybe even people are saying but at any rate we get a chance to chat about sports and that kind of keep their mind off of it I thought last night the last dance was kind of it was so needed because I actually forgot the times that we're living in for those two hours you're I'm totally with you and I don't know if you are in genesis we are earlier that I put out will look at ESPN said the premiere episode the most you ESPN documentary content ever averaging six point one million viewers and I'm guessing you are part of the one six point one I was part of the six point one it's a documentary link we've been all looking forward to Ryan and beautifully well done by ESPN I don't know about you but for me I did not live in the Jordan era and I did not know a bunch of things that are going on currently that I'm learning every single time I've learned at least in the first two episodes you know a lot about you know for example Scotty Pippen's background in Arkansas I I had no idea that how we brought his life was in you know like you can be an unbelievable next couple weeks and hopefully by the time episode nine ten come out we can you know say the next week in sports are gonna come back that's just my personal yeah I and I I wasn't going to put you on the spot and call you whipper snapper or anything like that but I knew that because of the age you are now it that's part of this whole thing right is were all coming at this from different angles I was more my basketball memories are from when Michael came back dot that's really the way the moments that are most vivid in my mind is when he was done with baseball and came back to the bulls they're people that that lived through the entire thing that were right on you know I had my coworker JP on he was in Chicago during that entire time so what's great about this is we're all coming at it from different angles but it helps get us all and there's no substitute for actually living through the Michael into the bulls' era but it kind of gets us all on the same level all on the same plane and then we can add in our little personal anecdotes but we're all going to have the same level of knowledge I think after this and that's what's so great because you know we have the M. J. lebron debates we have the warriors Lakers bulls debates Phil Jackson verses read our box verses you know Gregg Popovich sure so we're all gonna be on the same level on this I actually I think one of the coolest things about this don't you brought the Scotty Pippin stuff only many people knew the Scotty Pippen stuff you know I mean like I I think a lot of people didn't realize how tough his upbringing once and don't laugh at me at this I also didn't know you know still Jackson I've only known Phil Jackson from the Kobe and Shaq days I knew he he he coach Michael and I but I didn't know how close the relationship what you know you saw that clip last night where Michael is after I think the ninety seven NBA finals I'm not going to come back and play for any other coach like I did not know that as as as there Michael Jordan fan as a basketball fan I also did you know that you know there was some friction from the front office like again ninety seven not to put anybody on the spot here but I'm four years old the biggest thing I'm worried about is what we would have apple sauce and get for dinner that night you know like so many other now mature sports fantasy that induces Jeannie how you know back and forth and how much turmoil and how much you know things are going on behind the scenes it kinda sheds more light on you know how basketball was I I also laughed at this I don't know did you see those of the par about when Jordan actually came to the polls and you quote unquote drug problem the bulls had I thought that I didn't know any idea about that yeah the cocaine Serkis the cocaine Sir doubles but here's the thing because of where it is all right you know we're only two but a two episodes in like I said a lot of this is going to hit a lot of people including me are very differently because even from living being alive through most of the Jordan era we just didn't have the level of access it it's been kind of something that we've been discussing throughout the show today part of the way that the bulls were covered in the bulls were followed like could you imagine even as big as lebron is and he's the biggest star on the planet right now the crowds following him around we're would be nothing compared to what followed around Michael and I just think the era of social media and the internet this allows us so much more access that it's not this once in a lifetime opportunity to see a guy up close and personal I thought that dynamic was really interesting when you compare it to what it was back then to what it is now I agree but you know everyone says now and it's so interesting maybe it's because there's so many more personalities but still aren't those the NDA school what's wrong line that's why it didn't you know so excited to watch past couple of years with the bride and now you see social media with Twitter and everything and having their own Instagram accounts like stuff like that we could feel like you can you know that you see the behind the scenes stuff I still think that was the same thing back when Jordan was playing I just don't think we did there was the access of that technology to see that I think that it adds a whole nother layer too but again it's still it's still because of the same thing you still see that the weirdos are out and that they were in the NBA that you know we're we're we're different if that makes any sense and you know I I have had these rivalries and everything no I I know and that's why we need this documentary so much is that we need to be able to get this level of access I mean it it I I'll stop just short of saying it's our right as Americans to know the behind the scenes story but we all wanted and we just couldn't get it because maybe we were too young just the way that supports was covered and all this kind of stuff so through two episodes I have not been let down at all I think it is completely lived up to the hype one thing I J. gave him I guess one thing that stuck out to me last night that that I thought about you and that's why I want to get you on the show today the dynamic between Jerry Reinsdorf Jerry Krause and Phil Jackson doesn't it remind you of the dynamic between Kraft Belichick and Brady I think that might be different you have to say okay I think it's different yet the same because with that we would double check Brady and Kraft Belichick is calling the shots and I don't think bill was doing that at all I think still was coaching the team he had left he had less of a factor of who they were drafting with their signing dynamic wise in terms of you know the budding up heads oh absolutely you could definitely put it but I feel like that with any good dynasty any dynasty like that that's what's going to happen removing it right now we're seeing you know Jordan ended up leaving Brady ended up meeting you know just because of all of but he had to be together for so long and I think that's what happens with the winning when when it happens and you have so much success eight eight eight it gets to the point where everyone thinks what they're doing is correct and they're not on the same page in terms of and you know you can compare to Brady right now and and and Bella check when it came to Britain to go TP twelve message compared to what Belichick thinks is just that the custom way of working out and everything you like that that would that that there are stretching between both of those guys that you know you you could you could compare to the Jordan era as well in terms of okay bill this is your last year of coaching this team it's like the I agree at the end of the day when I look at it though with dynasties you're going to have this type of fallout and to see it unfold real time with the patriots right now comparing it back to back with the bulls had is very interesting yeah I am and I've all I've said this many times about other dynasties and stuff they they seem to always fall from within right it see it see there's somebody that leaves the organization and builds up something great to challenge the dynasty or it's just the people inside the dynasty get tired of each other or they get tired in terms of Jerry Krause's away as far as Jerry Krause is concerned the level of credit that somebody gets and all that kind of stuff it's always directly attributable it's never because another super power rises and knocks off this one it's always from within and I watched that documentary last night and I said I know they're not the same positions but you have Belichick and Brady you have Krause and Jackson both of them believe that they whether they'll admit it publicly or not are more responsible for the success of that franchise then the other guy is that who made it thing I think Krause feels like he built a team that was easy for Jackson to coach Jackson felt like he took a team to another level above white they could have accomplished with another coach did you have that dynamic between Belichick and Brady who made who there so I saw the parallels I certainly between the patriots in the in the Chicago Bulls I'm curious how high after you for the R. Rodman episode on Sunday the robin episode was going to be absolutely fantastic the one thing I will I'll add to what you just said no yup he can't count the patriots yet because that side of the house and pulled the gap they have it hasn't collapsed yet until it collapses Dan and and and there's a D. they are not they don't win the division they don't make the playoffs then we can compare the ball bobbled the dynasties but until it happened in New England I think it's it's it's it's still interesting to see how how it you know kind of happened do you robin I am very excited about it yeah in a Dennis Rodman now I'll talk more you know about this on the show because I dance robin was my favorite NBA player I loved I Dennis Rodman I love what he just stood for on the basketball court in the way he played I loved it and I thought it was cool that he died his hair I wasn't totally with the whole wedding dress thing but you know whatever I feel I feel like I'm a pretty pretty progressive guy so you know whatever I'm not gonna wear wedding dress but I don't blame anybody that wants to so I'll get into Rodman stuff later but you bring up the patriots.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on First Take

First Take

08:15 min | 3 months ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on First Take

"A. My immediate answer would be yes and the reason it would be. Yes because Scotty pippin one could have easily argued at the time was one of the top five players in the world He was a champion. He was five time champion. At the time going into that last season we know what he would have been. We have Michael Jordan on the record on numerous occasions anytime you mentioned him. And his championships. You've got to mention Scottie Pippen. Because he couldn't without him and I think that. What resume is Jerry Krause and Jerry REINSDORF JERRY? Krause who got Russell Was in a hall of fame. Gm he deserved those out. Glade but it's a male. He allowed his ego. Gpa involved alienate people the way that he did he needed to see quaint. Needed to receive but not too. I'm GonNa let Iran stove off the hook. Yeah we were having some technical difficulties with Steven A. I think Stevens fine right now. So if you want to finish your thoughts Steven A. And then we can. We can get to Mac unless you're already you've done us. None and I was saying that. Jerry Reinsdorf I'm not GonNa let him off the hook and the reason why I'm not GonNa let Jerry off the hook is that he's the boss. It was him that worked out the one year. Six million dollar deal for Phil Jackson for that last season. Or what have you? He was Jerry Krause's boss. You know what there are exceptions. We understand Scottie. Pippen signed the contract. He was under contract. You could have found a way to take Care Scotty. Pippin better than that. In other words we negotiate the deal and after that I don't WanNa hear it and the B so dog so hardcore their options to every rule and if ever there was an except was Michael Jordan Scottie Pippen initials. It was just unfortunate. They're both Jerry. Reinsdorf AND JERRY. Krause had to be so dogging air approach to things way that Scottie didn't help that last year. Because Michael was right he was selfish. There is no question about that and that sort of takes the shine off of the people in this particular situation for ride stoff. Did you ever crowds were the culprits. All of this because they did not have to spend it the way that they did and they chose to anyway just because of their principles in terms of how they do things it was it was really sad to see that Max Molly to answer your question. Yes I feel. Sorry for Scotty Pippin. He was obviously when Jordan retired for those two years. The second best player in the game. He was clearly the second best player in the game. So when Jordan comes back he's what the third best player your top three player. Even people who wrongly argue. He's only top five or something like that. You put your paid outside the top one hundred. Yes the team. Got a great deal on him. He signed that deal as the documentary. Which by the way is I mean? You know it's the old Eddie Murphy Line. If you store starving guy a crack my God this is the Ritz. But what if you throw a starving Guy Filet Mignon? Because that's what we've done here like I know. Look this is an ESPN production and here we are on ESPN. But Oh my God just as a basketball fan. I was going nuts last night. Especially you have like L. L. and rock is the backdrop the soundtrack over Jordan. It was insane but anyway as the documentary made clear Scotty grew up in real poverty so real poverty even by people whose standards are well. I understand this. You know this is. This was real poverty and hardship Scottie. Pippen grew up in so when he signs a seventeen million dollar long-term deal. Okay we get it. He's trading some upside for financial security given his background. You understand why he did. It and the team is like okay. We got a team friendly deal. Tough luck how ever there are extenuating circumstances when a guy proves he's an almost not almost an MVP caliber player but he's played can paid like an also ran and by the way his contract is coming up. You know like it's it's not like they needed for salary. Cap Relief the Bulls were in attracting any major free agents. There was just Jordan Pippen and CUCO and by that time coach Robin. They had to pay. But those guys were a soft you can escalate their contracts under the CAP because they're already on the team so the fact that they didn't pay pippen was to play him cheap. I feel bad for them. It should have never left when the star is cursing out to GM on the team bus and the team is doing anything about it because pippen has leverage. You don't WanNa break that up especially that year. Then there's something wrong something has to be done to remedy it and instead of looking to trade him or otherwise having chafe under the bad contract just just extend it for a couple years. Tear up the deal and give him a new one. Jordan was GONNA get thirty million the next year and Pippen's on two points something come on sort of the way. The timing worked out with guys I was there and I can tell you a couple of things about Jerry. Reinsdorf said to Scotty Pippin when he was signing the deal. Don't sign this. This is not a good contract for you. You don't want to do this. But Scottie. Pippen had a significant. He didn't just have a back story. He also had a back injury and he was very concerned that it would limit him and they would actually wind up. Having a very short career people forget that he had a serious back injury and there was significant concern that he would wind up. Not being able play anymore and Jerry. Reinsdorf said if we signed this deal if you get hurt I still have to pay you all this money which was eighteen million dollars if you outperform a do not come back to me. Do not come back and tell me I need more money. This isn't a reasonable contract so I think the rules. The rules of the game were on the table when it got signed. I'm not suggesting that it was the right thing to do. But it was all out there laid out for him before he decided to do what Steven A. And he made the decision to do it. Anyway take the security because there was serious question. You'll remember serious concern that his back trouble might actually wind up limiting his career. Well and I'm glad you said that you're not suggesting the right thing. It was the right thing to do. Because that's what I am addressing here. What I'm saying about Jerry Reinsdorf this certainly you set up the and you put it all out the you laid it out there in front four him. But what even Jerry Reinsdorf could not have predicted was the way that the NBA would balloon and its popularity to a point where with the television contracts and beyond they were making more money that they had ever imagined. If you're making that kind of money more money than you ever imagined certainly your with your right legally and otherwise you did put it out the all out there in front of him but he did overcome to back injuries. He had repeatedly assisted in winning championships. If hollinshead and robbed them against the New York Knicks they might have won the championship the year nine hundred ninety four without Michael Jordan because they were still very very good and I thought better than most teams and I thought they could potentially beat. Houston you take all of those things into consideration. Greeny and your ride stop. You didn't know you didn't foresee do being able to make the Kinda money that you mate so once you made it damn year you're right but damn just say one other point you know who else has contract. Didn't Redo during that time. Michael Jordan Jordan Michael Jordan was the fourth or fifth highest paid player on his own team for the majority of that run and it was not until vet that he started doing the thirty million dollars a year. One year deals that was consistent. Fantasy like it or not. But that's the thing. He was getting thirty. One other guys were getting four and five three and four eventually. Jordan made it up. I agree with you greeny and Stephen on the facts. Greenie even saying. Hey don't sign this and outperforming etcetera in years one or two but as you approach the end of the deal the way business works. Is You usually dead? It extended if you're an all star in the NBA were MVP caliber player. They'll extend you a year or two now pippen. They may have viewed on the downside. Hey we don't want to do this to ourselves. We want to rebuild. How does the REBUILDING PROCESS GOING CHICAGO? Wouldn't they.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

11:58 min | 3 months ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Of our board was that the safety health and well being of our players coaches fans everyone involved in our game is paramount and that based on the reports we got from I would side officials current public health officials and yeah Dr and affect and and Bob Barker that we are not in a position to make any decisions and it's very clear when we will be commissioner Adam silver said the NBA still wants to resume the season but right now does not have a time table for either the return or a timetable for when they might have to cancel this season without finishing out the last roughly thirteen to fifteen games and not crowning a champion he says right now we're not in a position to make any decisions and it's unclear when we will be but I fear the commissioner talk about they're paying close attention to what the CDC is doing at the federal level the availability of testing watching to see as the number of new infections decreases and he also said it everything every option every plant every idea is still on the table it's after hours here on CBS sports radio enter the last dance now your member ESPN move this production up of more than a month actually think a couple a couple of months it was supposed to air in June after the NBA finals because you don't want to have conflict between current hoops that old hoops and mail live depending on what the playoffs looks like and how dramatic they weren't I can imagine that two of the NBA didn't want the Michael Jordan's bulls documentary to usurp any of the excitement over what they had with this documentary but the deck is cleared now for the last dance and so the way that will get it is two episodes every Sunday for the next five weeks and it was pretty cool to see at the beginning each of the athletes introduce themselves I I couldn't help it I laughed out loud when the first time current Michael Jordan came on camera he said my name is Michael Jordan I played for the bulls from nineteen eighty four to doubt it up yeah it was funny my name is Michael Jordan he is extremely candid he's very open es ESPN indicated their Arian on edited uncensored version and that's the one you get on the big network if you want to go to the deuce that's where you get the the the edited version what started with highlights all those earlier nineties titles to really set up what this bulls team accomplish together going into the ninety seven ninety eight season it also outlined the reason that season was called the last dance if it's so fun to see Steve Kerr getting interviewed and he was talking a little bit about Phil Jackson the health bill always had a name and a model for everything he always had a female and so it didn't surprise him at all that he came up with the term the last dance and there Steve Kerr in his warriors T. shirt thirty three and so it starts with the highlights of those earlier nineties title some iconic shot like John Paxson all my god it was just but that Tony who coach was in there it was just really cool to see if any was brief right it was like flashes in the pan of of some of those earlier titles in the iconic moments and then in episode one started to set up this conflict between Jerry Reinsdorf who was a two time NBA executive of the year one of the Jerry's Jerry Reinsdorf Jerry Krause they were the guys who were running I should say Reinsdorf and crowds were the guys together who are running the bulls Kraus of course was the executive years ever give me for that but that these two guys were known as the architects for these bowls they were known as the guys who were kind of running the show but even back then while at the time I wasn't in the business I mean I I was I was in school so I wasn't even at a point at which I was thinking about the business of sports but even then I remember the conflict in the criticism so not really understanding what it was behind the scenes or how bad it was with the bulls of course I had no idea that Michael and Scottie Pippin used to openly mock Jerry Krause I I didn't realize again I wasn't looking at it through a sports broadcasters pair of glasses but I didn't know that it was never easy it seem like it was always the Jerry's verses you know whether it was the media out whether it was the fans whether in this case it was the team and so Jerry Krause he was the general manager of the bulls from eighty five to two thousand three and he was the one along with rice store who laid down essentially the law and said we're going to rebuild this team we're gonna blow it up we're going to rebuild this team after the ninety eight campaign in fact they gave Phil Jackson one more contract so he could potentially go out in a very high note I mean they they had just won the title the year before two years before obviously but they decided they would go for one more run I thought they gave Phil Jackson a one year contract but now we find out through this documentary that the Jerry's let everybody know this was that they didn't call the last dance what got a Pippin said is they told us that we were all gosh I really John hold on I wrote it down and getting ahead of myself but he said he said essentially that they knew they all knew going into that last season that it was it was the last ride they told us we would be relieved of our duties helps to stick with your nose doesn't it and so it the beginning of episode one really set up a conflict between the Jerry's and Phil Jackson and then as you went through the first two episodes you recognize how cantankerous the relationship between Jerry Krause and Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen there is also the flashbacks to the U. N. C. days which were really cool one of my favorite line of the first two episodes with came from Roy Williams who was part of that coaching staff under dean Smith at U. N. C. and he said Michael Jordan is the only player that could ever turn it on and off and he never freakin turned it off that's strong language from Roy Williams cool to look back at the tar heels days and the shock of course that won the nineteen eighty two and two double a title over George town that Michael Jordan as has previously talked about catapulted him from not just Mike the family and friends of his teammates knew about Michael Jordan at the end also from those college days didn't you love seeing his mom read a letter that she had received from Michael when he was on campus so they were in Wilmington the family and he wasn't he was at U. N. C. L. died she read a letter and he was watching it on a device and so he could see his mom reading this letter back and it was so cute at the very end I mean he gave her his banking account number and said Hey can you put the money in this is my banking account number although one could you send me some stamps I need to stay up for I look after hours with Amy lord here on CBS sports radio are they kind of move forward into his rookie year which he decided to leave you and see after his third season on campus it's always rookie year was nineteen eighty four and of course there's lots of of criticism and hindsight is twenty twenty because I came a large one was taken number one overall but the both sat at number three and Portland's Portland did not pick Michael Jordan Portland ends up looking like a well an organization at the very least that made the absolute worst possible decision but again hindsight is twenty twenty and so Portland's who later passed on Kevin Durant's it shows Sam Bowie in that number two spot and even the Jerry said Hey if if we had been picking number one in the queue biology while I meet they would have taken him if if if that drafted the cable laws you want is there we take the team and so Michael Jordan falls to number three in nineteen eighty four and job before they've kind of flash forward after that eighty four season did you guys see the part where Jordan getting interviewed and the guy off camera the guy who's interviewing and asked him so did you know that there was an article describing the eighty four bowls your rookie year at they cocaine circus Michael Jordan I'm not laughing at that part of his life because Michael's reaction was hysterical he throws back his head and laughed like laughing belly laugh and he said he had not read that article and the producer calls up and says accurate and he said Hey there are a lot of things going on that I wasn't a part of it I didn't see but he did tell the story from he's right here I think you said it was pre season his rookie year and he he couldn't figure out where his teammates work and so he's he's you know what they're not telling he's looking around for his teammates and he knocks on one of their doors and there's this harsh from behind the door and if he waited he hears a voice from inside the room say who is it and he said Hey them J. and the guy's like O. he did it just a rookie I'm eleven and he won't say anything as a week Michael says he goes into the room and there are things happening there he's never seen before in his life he said you had your lines over here meaning your lines of coke yeah your weed people over here you had the women over here and he said that wasn't me and so he's completely candid and a couple of his teammates then say yeah I know my Michael he played cards he watched TV he kept to himself he did not party his favorite drink with orange juice and seven up which I turned into a hashtag orange juice and seven up and that it he said later he never drank he didn't do drugs he was there to play basketball he wanted to stay clean that was the program that he had gone through at you and see what was completely clean and he knew that was the best way for him to play his best basketball so yes it will take a break and then I've got more notes but I'm gonna stick to them this time but yeah pretty amazing to get this behind the scenes access whether you love the college of perspective with dean Smith it was great to hear him.

Bob Barker
"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:52 min | 3 months ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That the safety health and well being of our players coaches fans everyone involved in our game is paramount and that based on the reports we've got from I would side officials current public health officials and you know Dr and affect and and Bob Barker yeah we are not in a position to make any decisions and it's very clear when we will be commissioner Adam silver said the NBA still wants to resume this season but right now does not have a time table for either the return or a timetable for when they might have to cancel this season without finishing out the last roughly thirteen to fifteen games and not crowning a champion he says right now we're not in a position to make any decisions and it's unclear when we will be but I fear the commissioner talk about they're paying close attention to what the CDC is doing at the federal level the availability of testing watching to see as the number of new infections decreases and he also said it everything every option every plant every idea is still on the table it's after hours here on CBS sports radio and you're the last to dance now you remember ESPN move this production up of more than a month actually think a couple a couple of months it was supposed to air in June after the NBA finals because you don't want to have conflict between current hoops that old hoops and mail live depending on what the playoffs looks like and how dramatic they weren't I can imagine that two of the NBA didn't want the Michael Jordan's bulls documentary to usurp any of the excitement over what they had with this documentary but the deck is cleared now for the last dance and so the way that will get it is two episodes every Sunday for the next five weeks and it was pretty cool to see at the beginning each of the athletes introduce themselves I I couldn't help it I laughed out loud when the first time current Michael Jordan came on camera he said my name is Michael Jordan I played for the bulls from nineteen eighty four did that up yeah it was funny my name is Michael Jordan he is extremely candid he's very open as ESPN indicated they were airing on edited on censored version and that's the one you get on the big network if you want to go to the deuce that's where you get the the the credited version but it started with highlight all those earlier nineties titles to really set up what this bulls team accomplish together going into the ninety seven ninety eight season it also outlined the reason that season was called the last dance it's it's so fun to see Steve Kerr getting interviewed and he was talking a little bit about Phil Jackson the health bill always had a name and a model for everything he always had a femur and so it didn't surprise him at all that he came up with the term the last dance and there Steve Kerr in his warriors T. shirt thirty three and so it starts with the highlights of those earlier nineties title some iconic shot like John Paxson all my god it was just but that Tony who coach was in there it was just really cool to see if it was brief right it was like flashes in the pan of of some of those earlier titles in the iconic moments and then in episode one started to set up this conflict between Jerry Reinsdorf who was a two time NBA executive of the year one of the Jerry's Jerry Reinsdorf Jerry Krause they were the guys who were running I should say Reinsdorf in crowds for the guys together who are running the bulls Kraus of course was the executive years ever give me for that but that these two guys were known as the architects for these bowls they were known as the guys who were kind of running the show but even back then while at the time I wasn't in the business I mean I I was I was in school so I wasn't either at a point at which I was thinking about the business of sports but even then I remember the conflict in the criticism so not really understanding what it was behind the scenes or how bad it was with the bulls of course I had no idea that Michael and Scottie Pippen used to openly mock Jerry Krause I I didn't realize again I wasn't looking at it through a sports broadcasters pair of glasses what I didn't know that it was never easy it seem like it was always the Jerry's verses you know whether it was the media out whether it was the fans whether in this case it was the team and so Jerry Krause he was the general manager of the bulls from eighty five to two thousand three and he was the one along with rice store who laid down essentially the law and said we're going to rebuild this team we're gonna blow it up we're going to rebuild this team after the ninety eight campaign in fact they gave Phil Jackson one more contract so he could potentially go out in a very high note I mean they they had just won the title the year before two years before obviously but they decided they would go for one more run I thought they gave Phil Jackson a one year contract but now we find out through this documentary that the Jerry's let everybody know this was that they didn't call the last dance what's got a Pippin said is they told us that we were all posh Irish on hold on I wrote it down and getting ahead of myself but he said he said essentially that they knew they all knew going into that last season but it was it was the last ride they told us we would be relieved of our duties helps to stick with your nose doesn't it and so it the beginning of episode one really set up a conflict between the Jerry's and Phil Jackson and then as you went through the first two episodes you recognize how cantankerous the relationship between Jerry Krause and Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen there is also the flashbacks to the U. N. C. days which were really cool one of my favorite line of the first two episodes with came from Roy Williams who was part of that coaching staff under dean Smith at U. N. C. and he said Michael Jordan is the only player that could ever turn it on and off and he never freakin turned it off that strong language from Roy Williams it was kind of cool to look back at the tar heels days and the shock of course that won the nineteen eighty two and two double a title over Georgetown that Michael Jordan as has previously talked about catapulted him from not just Mike the family and friends of his teammates knew about Michael Jordan at the end also from those college days didn't you love seeing his mom read a letter that she had received from Michael when he was on campus so they were in Wilmington the family and he wasn't he was at U. N. C. L. died she read a letter and he was watching it on a device and so he could see his mom reading this letter back and it was so cute at the very end I mean he gave her his banking account number and said Hey can you put the money in this is my banking account number although one could you send me some stamps I need to stay up for I look after hours with Amy lord here on CBS sports radio are they kind of move forward into his rookie year which he decided to leave you and see after his third season on campus it's always rookie year was nineteen eighty four and of course there's lots of of criticism and hindsight is twenty twenty because I keep a larger one was taken number one overall but the both sat at number three and Portland's Portland did not pick Michael Jordan Portland ends up looking like a a total well an organization at the very least that made the absolute worst possible decision but again hindsight is twenty twenty and so Portland's who later passed on Kevin Durant's it shows Sam Bowie in that number two spot and even the Jerry said Hey if if we had been picking number one in the queue biology while I meet they would have taken him if if if that drafted the cable laws you want is there we take a came and so Michael Jordan falls to number three in nineteen eighty four and die before they've kind of flash forward after that eighty four season did you guys see the part where Jordan getting interviewed and the guy off camera the guy who's interviewing and asked him so did you know that there was an article describing the eighty four bowls your rookie year as a cocaine circus Michael Jordan I'm not laughing at that part of his life because Michael's reaction was hysterical he throws back his head and laughed like laughing belly laugh and he said he had not read that article and the producer calls up and says accurate and he said Hey there are a lot of things going on that I wasn't a part of that I didn't see but he did tell the story from his rug here I thank you that was pre season his rookie year and he he couldn't figure out where his teammates work and so he's he's you know what they're not telling he's looking around for his teammates and he knocked someone other doors and there's this harsh from behind the door and he waited he hears a voice from inside the room say who is it and he said Hey them J. and the guy's like O. he did it just a rookie I'm eleven and he won't say anything I thought we Michael says he goes into the room and there are things happening there he's never seen before in his he said you had your lines over here meaning your lines of coke yeah your weed people over here you had the women over here and he said that wasn't me and so he's completely hit it and a couple of his teammates then say yeah I know my Michael he played cards he watched TV he kept to himself he did not party his favorite drink with orange juice and seven up which I turned into a hashtag or just use the seven up and that it he said later he never drank he didn't do drugs he was there to play basketball he wanted to stay clean that was the program that he had gone through at you and see what was completely clean and he knew that was the best way for him to play his best basketball so yes it will take a break and then I've got more notes but I'm gonna stick to them this time but yeah pretty amazing to get this behind the scenes access whether you.

Bob Barker
"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:13 min | 4 months ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You trust card to show this he's now the one that's making the hires it's not Michael Reinsdorf and a group of other people hiring the president back us basketball operations that guy's been hired now it's that guy's job to hire the people that will be working for him so I guess the question would be do you feel more confident and more comfortable knowing that this this front office will grow and it will be feel filled by guys that are being picked up by somebody that the rest of the league has a high opinion you know what I'm saying yeah no I hadn't really thought of it but now that you bring it up the the the speed with which this things seem to be moving to me is a good sign I can't imagine that you know these hires would be made you know based on like just John Paxson the you know pulling the strings here this is clearly you know it seems to me a car service run production the fact that he he he knows who he wants who he's worked with in the league and he's identified them and he wants to go out and get them before other teams were maybe making moves in their front office have the opportunity to go ahead and make moves and get in the way I think that's that's very encouraging for bulls fans I don't think you know I I don't know a die from what I've read the you know the kind of service doesn't have a you know a long history with John Paxson he's you know there were stories that he was open to the idea of talking at least talking to him and having him as a sounding board which I think do you know for you know all the all the baggage that has you know been placed on John Paxson there's been plenty of good things that John Paxson has done in this organization as well and the fresh of steady item one Jeff that I don't have I don't have any trepidation about John I know yeah others talk about had any problem with John being in the building for filling whatever role the cherry wants him to fill as long as you have complete confidence in the fact that the new president of basketball operations will be doing things his way he'll have final say and he'll be able to a sign or symbol rather the team the way he sees fit if for what I like I don't I don't get overly overly bothered by that if for whatever reason Jerry Reinsdorf's Jerry Reinsdorf decides that he wants to run his business in this manner that he wants to keep packs inside the organization because he's got tremendous respect and and and appreciation for John Paxson if he wants packs to stay inside the organization and they want to pay him to have whatever role that would be as an adviser I'm one that I like I don't have I don't have a problem with that I don't have this intense desire to to send John Paxson away for any reason all my intense desire for was force for for a new voice and a new set of eyes and ears like a big both things can happen and and coexist with house you know horrible things on the horizon do you know what I'm saying like I don't feel the need to check on a rush John out now because he's in the building he's going to battle now I don't have that right I don't have that feeling I know some do but I don't yeah I can Kerr I think packs in as a trusted adviser to you know Michael and Jerry Reinsdorf that's not a terrible thing as long as he's not meddling and you have to believe you know based on what was available possibly to kind of show this going forward like I I don't think he would have taken this job if you truly believe that somebody would be meddling and it wouldn't be his organization run I don't think he would be leaving the Denver Nuggets if that if you truly believe that was the case because I think he would be waiting for the next opportunity where you don't have to worry about that and so I think that's all good news for bulls fans all right why do you guys that you guys want to do what to watch for quickly now because there's something else we have something listed on my little my little sheet here that says the we're is getting up and it supports the and I think there are a lot of things over the course of the week that did occur that I think have caught the attention of all of us yeah three of us and Eric I'm sure as well has some thoughts on weird things that occurred this week yes let's you know what let's do that we'll do a quick rendition of what to watch for when we come back and then after that the weirdest thing on our minds this week we'll tell you about that next Waterman's.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Your. It's a soothing voice. You know, we're just talking everybody through this. It's a horrible day. Nobody expected this hairy. Of course, you don't wake up, especially the folks in Aurora expect to go to work and have your loved one that come home. You know, it's. Think of Aurora Ida friend had San Diego, text me. Is know isn't that were you know, Wayne's world is set up, and it was always so cool that people would say Aurora, and it was known for Wayne's world. And now it's going to be associated with this. It's just not fair. It's really it's it's not fair at all. This is I think this is where we just have to keep saying thank you again to the first responders who came in everybody else. And you know, that, you know, here he there will be stories coming out of this of people inside that facility at the plant who shielded others or helped others or are hid or help their co workers, you know, we're gonna find those stories because I have to believe that of these five people who were killed at this facility. All of them were heroes in in either trying to get out or help people get out and lost their lives because of it because of it, and we have the five police officers who were injured, and we did learn tonight that the two were airlifted here to Chicago, Harry are stable stable condition, and they expect them to be okay. Yeah. That was great and UK. John was first report that on WGN radio. Michael heideman? I asked him for some information on the shooter. Gary Martin this is from a Jessica McBride story on heavy dot com. Gary Martin who's forty five and who did who was killed by police in the shooting is said to be a disgruntled former factory worker with the violent history whose family said he had just lost his job. He was told Friday he was being fired from the company where he had worked for fifteen years as an assembler, and he also spent two years in jail, and you know, you just. It it. Look, it sucks to get fired. I wasn't technically fired. My contract wasn't rehabbed. And I'm still like very angry and frustrated at certain people. But I, you know, I just want to tell them to screw off. I mean, I can't imagine what goes through somebody's mind. And like, you know, the people to believe in God, God, how could this happen? I guess, you know, you gotta find faith on just two things. We're going to get through this. And again hundred dollars is here, and we are awaiting a press conference. It looks like the. Coming in. They're about to walk, and we are about to hear from Aurora police chief Kristen Zemun, we're going to have the mayor Richard Irvine. And what the holdup was here. He is that they are trying to gather everybody there's a lot of people involved with this. There's information we can receive information that we cannot receive because obviously you have five people here who were killed in this shooting and they're waiting to identify them. The families need to be notified next of kin. So out of respect they were the police are gathering the information that they need. They can't give information out without letting the families know, and that goes for the officers as well, you know, that's why we haven't identified with the officers were because it was touching go with them for for a long time. We learned tonight that they to officers who were airlifted here tissue cargo have stabilized their conditions have stabilized. And so every all the is have to be died in hearing all the TS have to be crossed. So that's the delay with this news conference, which is which is the way it. Should be. I wish that everybody would care this much about Jerry Reinsdorf. Jerry Reinsdorf told me once goes, you know, what I like about you nothing. You guys know about you, you you're responsible. He was most people they want to be. I he goes, it's it's the media's job to be responsible accurate. Right. And be accurate. Not to be. I so I'm glad they're taking Manny Machado is gonna come to the White Sox. I hope I think we've had his salary offer from the White Sox like one hundred million dollars different depending on who story. You look at. You know, some people are saying at one hundred fifty some people are saying, you know, two hundred and fifty million and it just absurd. How different it is. It's all it's all because it's their sources. Well, here's a case where lives were lost again five people dead, and they just want to get it. Right. And right. And we're not we got the spots. We got the spots played. So we will not need break for news. So we will take you through the story. Andrea will guide you through the story. And again, our Ryan burrow is out in Aurora. We'll visit with Ryan right afterwards. Right. And we will take it at this point, Harry. We will go to Aurora and again, you're about to hear from the spokesman for the police department. She'll injury as.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Then has your morning show. You were talking about Ruth Bader Ginsburg during your newscast. Couple of times. I did do that as we headed into the news. I know you had said that ruinously was reported. She had voted from the hospital. Right. Can they do that? I wonder like what the rules are for that. I'm not sure. But you said it was corrected. She voted before she had her her office had clarified clarified it that she did vote on that measure prior to going to the host Ruth Bader Ginsburg kind of paneth. Don't you? Did you see the issue really is? I have not seen the documentary looks great and a movie is coming out Christmas day. Yes. About her early career where she font and one for the women's movement. Yeah. Yeah. There's a scene where she enters. I think it's Harvard Law School or Yale Law skill and all these women that are in there. I don't know if it's the first time, they're allowing women or what? But the guy has Marin says, okay, let's have you all introduce yourselves and tell us why you should be here. Taking the position that could have been here for a man. And she says while I want to learn better what my husband does. Which I'm assuming she was being smart at the time. That's the way they played at least in the trailer. So that that looks like it could be an interesting watch the documentary. I and then see them which is called RPG. The notorious are Bijan notorious g. Is that on prime? I your this big prime user. Yeah. Well, no, you are you. All right. On prime. Yeah. There was a show on prime. I think I told you about it called homecoming with Julia Roberts. Okay. Did you watch it? I really want you to see what I'm saying. I gotta send me a text with your list of shows. I watch goes Michael home. I I sleep in my brain like dosa. Yup. A a dump? I'm saying. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I've just deleted all web pages that I visited just all gone. The information is gone. So last Saturday, I filled in for John on his Saturday morning show for and I spoke with. Phil Rogers who used to write for the Chicago Tribune. And he writes for Forbes now, he appears on MLB network. He's a hall of fame. Baseball writer longtime national baseball writer for the Chicago Tribune. And now he was writing recently firm Melby network now he's writing a lot of pieces for Forbes, and he appears on the MLB network TV show TV channel. And so we talked about the White Sox. And as I readily admitted I you know, I'm a big cubs fan. Not as I didn't grow up a SOX fan, but we talked for half an hour about the possibility that Manny Machado and or Bryce Harper could actually sign with the White Sox. And now, and he was making an argument that it 'cause you think of Jerry Reinsdorf Jerry rights is not a huge throw money around guy. The White Sox when the team is not good. Have you know, the the cubs are able to go through that rebuild because they've got Wrigley field. And because they're able to get everybody to still come at least. Indecent numbers. Even when they're bottoming out because of the atmosphere right right further tradit- for guaranteed rate. It's it's tougher. I mean SOX fans are more fickle. If the teams playing well, they're not coming to the park. So it's very it's it's it's a much tougher proposition for the White Sox to go through that type of rebuild. So when the idea that they would spend this kind of money for Manny Machado or a Bryce Harper seems crazy right? But Phil was saying, hey. The socks only of twenty two million dollars in guaranteed payroll after they could sign both of these guys still with all the young players young talent they have up. Sure, they could put together a really good team with both of those guys for about one hundred sixty million only put them in the middle of the pack for payroll in baseball. Okay. I mean, that's actually possible. Anyway, saying that with when the cubs are going to opt out of the TV network, the NBC sports. You know, the cubs are twenty five percent of that the hawks and the bulls each twenty five percent of the cups are working on their own network. Right and the socks. So the cubs are going to opt out of that. Right. So you're saying, you know, the hawks in the bulls both you know, it somewhat of a downtime socks and rebuild. They need some excitement. Sure, they can have their own channel and have your ship. Right. So it all started making like business sent something in. Well, there's there's actually a possibility this actually happened that both of these guys might actually sign with the White Sox. But then on Friday. Yeah. The dodgers hit. Huge interesting trade, they get rid of. So first of all Manny Machado whose with the dodgers, but he's a free agent. So he's calling the dodgers traded. Yasuko Puig superstar out rightfielder for them outfielder Matt Kemp left-handed pitcher, Alex wood and infielder cow farmer and cash to the reds for Homer Bailey who they already released, right and some prospects. And not even to tear best product. Well, it says the reds are sending out there number seven and number twenty prospects. But in that's not that that's their number seven process. I understand. But the part I read was that. Those two prospects are thought of more highly outside of that team that that in general of the prospects available. Those two are the higher rate. Maybe so maybe but still getting back so get to the bottom line here. Bottom line is they just cleared up a bunch of salary space tons of money to try to land Bryce Harper. Exactly. And that's the guess is that what they're gonna do. Now. There's some some writing in this piece, I'm reading from ESPN dot com that you know, maybe they won't do it though because the dodgers had been paying luxury tax refu- years haven't won the World Series. Wanna get back under the luxury tax Bryce Harper would put them back over it. And the interesting thing about the salary tax. So two hundred and six million is a salary tax for next year after he hit two hundred six million you have to start paying a luxury tax. It says here it's unclear what? Where the dodgers stay now in relation to next year's luxury tax threshold. They're definitely under roster resource projects. They're twenty nine thousand nine payroll at one hundred ninety seven point five million. Jeff pissant of Yahoo sports puts it much lower at one eighty four point four million either way. However, the dodgers can't sign Harper. Doe contract if thirty plus per year and avoid the tax. They want him to have to either further trimmed down the payroll or not worry about avoiding the tax. The tax is an incremental problem. If you exceed the tax threshold by more than twenty million dollars. So you pay you pay a tax if you go over the two hundred six million, but if you exceed it by more than twenty million, you pay more taxes. As well. As a draft penalty their top pick moves down. Wait a minute. Subject to a cer- tax. If they exceed the threshold by more than twenty million, okay as well as more taxes and a draft penalty if they go more than forty nine over. So if you go more than forty million over the two hundred six million, not only are you paying a bunch of penalties and taxes, but your top draft pick drops ten spots. And that's more of a concern. I think some of these teams than the money. He's got nothing, but money, they're gonna spend it, and I don't understand how the cubs have been on the sidelines for any of this saying, oh, we don't have money this or that cubs have nothing, but money, they're making money. Now, I could understand THEO San we're not losing draft picks because if we want to have sustained success, which is their big phrase. He can't have your draft pick dropping ten spots. You have to keep replenishing the farm system with draft. And losing ten spots is not a good idea for them. I know they want to win now, and they should, but they should be willing to go over the luxury tax up until the point where that becomes a problem now for the cubs. They've got a glut of fielders, and they've got a lot of money on the books. The Jason Heyward contract is a tough one. They'd have to make a trade like the dodgers did to dump salary and probably pay some of it with them. They probably have sent Jason Heyward and somebody like in hap- to another team and some money to help pay down the contract. But it's not like they couldn't do that. And. If it was to get a Bryce Harper. Why wouldn't they? But now, it looks like the dodgers just cleared up a bunch of the space, very likely the dodgers can't imagine they're going to just say, no, we're saving money. We got rid of these superstars. They resigned. Clayton Kershaw to a good deal. It doesn't make any sense that they wouldn't be trying to go for it and trying to sign Bryce Harper. Rumors. They don't love Manny Machado that was a bad experience there. So they're gonna let him go. So maybe that's who ends up with the White Sox. I think the feeling is Machado will sign somewhere before Bryce Harper signs. Anything Scott Boris? Harpers agent likes to wait likes to let the market set itself before he gets involved three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred map with you on seven twenty WGN. This.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"You know, even with them, it, you certainly know better than me because I was just a kid then. But I still remember, okay. There was there was the worm kicking people and figuring out what he was going to do every night the second incarnation of them. There was the questions of whether or not Phil Jackson was going to hang it up or leave and dry something else. There was always Jerry Reinsdorf Jerry Krause getting into it with each other. Like there was always something with that team. And now this I mean, my God's sake, you, it just seems so perfect everything is just hunky Dory. Like e Klay Thompson starts off any shooting like garbage and say, there's seventy something games. Lot. Toby perfectly fine. Yeah. It'll be perfectly fine. And off we go with the Golden State Warriors season. There is no drama. There is no in fighting. And I would always think that the disease of me to take away from Pat Riley would have to come in at some point here. I can't sit there and go I'm rooting for him to fall apart and rooting for drama, but I'm just so surprised that everything seems to be at least on the outside. And maybe you know. Better than me, or, you know, something I don't I should say everything's just seems to be so hunky Dory. With this group. Well, I don't I don't know that. That there's any internal tension to be had on that warriors roster right now think about it. When you have Steph curry. Wasn't even the highest paid player on that. Roster copies. Unanimous MVP two-time time back back MVP. You know for him to accept. Whatever came the way he did. I think the tone has been set for them. That you were going to sacrifice for the greater good for as long as you're in the warriors uniform. And that's just the way they operate. It is a different time. I mean. You gotta remember you earn your money in different ways a generation ago. You know, these guys are all handsomely paid. They got the best of everything. And they get to win at the highest level and they get to compete with other guys who are just as hungry. You got. I think that's the part about these warriors. That people have overlooked is that they've done a fantastic job of assembling a group of players at similar stages of their careers and similar ages of their life in the in the one component about the words. I think that that overshadowed everything else is the two guys that are at the heart of the core group of what the warriors have stepped in clay thinking about this now. Two. An NBA households with fathers who played in the league true. So neither one of them entered this league, either one of them came into the NBA with this notion that they had to lift up their entire family financially. Take care. Neighborhood. It was not that kind of thing. We haven't had stars on a championship team. Come from that kind of backwards. We've we've done research. We looked at the last time you had two guys who were born into championships that were red in the in the NBA they grew up in locker rooms they look around this lifestyle. These guys with the with the institutional knowledge of how to be stars in champions at that most guys in their shoes never really had before they experienced. It's remarkable. When you think about it? It's so true Saco wish we had more time. We don't I thank you for the time. You're able to give us hope. Hopefully, we can get you on again soon. My friend. I can't take you to Sekou Smith joining us NBA dot com. NBA TV is right about that. When you grow up in it. It's so different. And the ad Steph that grew up with Dell Curry, obviously with Michael Thompson and Klay Thompson. And it is a different world. And it's just it is annoying that everything like you had the Cavs for four years the heat. They had their little squabbles. They have their fights the old Lakers had their fights good. God with Kobe was something different every day and shack, obviously, wasn't just innocent of everything. And with Golden State. We try to make a big deal about Draymond green. No, everything's fine. Klay Thompson missing some shots at all workout. Joe like us moving the team to San Francisco..

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You know, even with them, and you certainly know better than me because I was just a kid then. But I still remember, okay. There was there was the worm kicking people and figuring out what he was going to do every night the second incarnation of them. There was the questions of whether or not Phil Jackson was going to hang it up or leave and dry something else. There was always Jerry Reinsdorf Jerry Krause getting into it with each other. Like there was always something with that team. And now this I mean, my God Sekou, it just seems so perfect everything is just hunky Dory. Like e Klay Thompson starts off. And he's shooting like garbage. And let's say, you know, there's seventy something games a lot Toby perfectly fine. Yeah. It'll be perfectly fine. And off we go with the Golden State Warriors season. There is no drama. There is no infighting, and I would always think that the disease of me to take away from Pat Riley would have to come in at some point here. I can't sit there and gone rooting for him to fall apart and rooting for drama, but I'm just so surprised that everything seems to be at least on the outside. And maybe you know, better than. Me or, you know, something I don't I should say everything's just seems to be so hunky Dory. With this group. I don't I don't know that there's any internal tension to be had on that warriors restaurant. Now think about it. When you have Steph curry. Wasn't even the highest paid player on that roster copies. You know, these unanimous MVP two-time back to back. MVP for him. You know for him to accept. Whatever came the way he did. I think the tone has been set for them. That you're going to sacrifice for the greater good for as long as you're in a way is uniform. And that's just the way they operate. It is a different time. I mean. You gotta remember you earn your money in different ways a generation ago. You know, these guys are all handsomely paid. They got the best of everything. And they get to win at the highest level and they get to compete with other guys who are just as hungry. You got. I think that's the part about these warriors. That people have overlooked is that they've done a fantastic job of assembling a group of players at similar stages of their careers and similar ages of their life in in the one component about the ways. I think that overshadows everything else is the two guys that are at the heart of the core group of what the ways have stepped in clay thinking about this. Didn't you guys grew up in NBA households? Probably who played in the league true, though. Neither one of them entered this league, either one of them came into the NBA with this notion that they had to lift up their entire family financially or there. Yeah. Take care that the neighborhood. It was not that kind of thing. We haven't had stars on a championship team. Come from that kind of backwards. We've we've done research. We looked at you know, when's the last time you guys who were born into championships that were bred in the in the NBA they grew up in locker rooms they grew up around this lifestyle. These guys with the with the knowledge of how to be stars and champions that most guys in their shoes never really had before they claim that. It's remarkable. When you think about this so true Saco wish we had more time. We don't I thank you for the time. You're able to give us hope. Hopefully, we can get you on again soon. My friend. I can't take you to Sekou Smith joining us NBA dot com. NBA tv. Right about that. When you grow up in it. It's so different. And yet Steph that grew up with Dell Curry, obviously with Michael Thompson and Klay Thompson. And it is a different world. And it's just it is annoying that everything like you had the Cavs for four years the heat. They had their little squabbles. They had their fights the old Lakers had their fights good. God with Kobe was something different every day and shack, obviously, wasn't just innocent of everything. And with Golden State. We try to make a big deal about Draymond green. No, everything's fine. Klay Thompson misses some shots. Ed, all workout. Joe Lakers moving the team to San Francisco Bay water off a duck says like.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Of the power lebron james do you wanna say the he's coddled that he has too much that people think too much of him the point they wanna make sure he's going to be happy whatever that is we can start making a case on a different kind of level that he may be the most powerful nba player ever i can't remember any nba player that so many people are willing to move mountains for to make sure he's going to be happy it happened in miami it happened in cleveland and it's happening now with the lakers that's not to say that michael jordan wasn't consulted way as we've learned out now learnt before he really was not consulted with any bill the moves the bulls made where it came the drafting and bringing free agents jerry reinsdorf jerry krause they were gonna to do what they want even magic johnson the lakers he may be consulted you've got the first coach ron right he just got michael jordan how was it i don't like that dude i coach run too power you that good i'm not talking about that because we've seen players runoff coaches asked david physio who's now the knicks head coach got ran got run out of her memphis john's turkey and avery johnson yeah dirk with john did not get along but in terms of making sure the personal around you to make sure you're going to be happy kobe altman essentially gutted his entire team at the trading deadline because the guys that they brought in part of that kyrie irving trade did not mesh with lebron james it may not be powerful but most coddled nba player ever to make sure he's happy i think that case it's clear that person's been lebron james coddled or deserving either i think he's earned it either yeah you're that good you earn certain things and when you're that smart when it comes to the knowledge of the game there are certain things that i mean either he has earned and magic johnson has been that guy he's been the best player and you have to tell me that he wasn't consulted wasn't asked his opinion of course he was when he was rally was there absolutely but in terms of but if they felt that that decision was not going to work they so imagine we're going to go a different direction you had a storm personality wiley consulted the brian has never had to worry about a coach having a stronger personality then him and he was going to use that power will that power now we'll see how it works because nothing luke walton out strong personality but he's no recall in dallas he's no air motion miami and expos strong personalities they're now more than ever before now lebron's no longer part of the miami heat people have seen what kind of coach he's been but when you have a guy like that and if it doesn't work out if you bring in these players and you say yeah the lebron and these guys don't work out then lebron can't turn tail and say well you know we try he's very good that i want this but if it doesn't work out hey don't blame me i did everything i could to try to carry these guys across the finish line all of these deals we're talking about this year in the names we've mentioned or all one year contracts these guys aren't brought in for this year they're just a bridge to the two thousand nineteen free agency class that this is all about next season to me not this season when it comes to these moves that have made surrounding lebron that's fair but there are no guarantees that guys wanna play with him next year look there's no doubt about when when it comes to your you're hoping to sign got absolutely seen going back to dirk right two thousand eleven were hoping they busted up a title team and planning to land a big time free agent hoping to land a big time free agent seven years later they're still trying to land bigtime free agent is not a plan my friend lebron james you can have plenty of hope but if he's not able to have guys gravitate next year in a big free agent class that may say a lot more about lebron james the magic johnson when it comes.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Of the power lebron james do you wanna say the he's coddled that he has too much that people think too much of him the point they wanna make sure he's going to be happy whatever that is we can start making a case on a different kind of level that he may be the most powerful nba player ever i can't remember any nba player that so many people are willing to move mountains for to make sure he's going to be happy it happened in miami it happened in cleveland and it's happening now with the lakers that's not to say that michael jordan wasn't consulted way as we've learned out now learnt before he really was not consulted with any bill the moves the bulls made when it came to the drafting and bringing it free agents jerry reinsdorf jerry krause they were going to do what they want even magic johnson the lakers he may have been consulted you've got the first coach ron right i don't like that dude i coach run too power that's when you that good i'm not talking about that because we've seen players runoff coaches asked david who's now the knicks head coach got got run out of her memphis john durkin avery johnson yeah dirk when dirk johnson i get along but in terms of making sure the personal around you to make sure you're going to be happy kobe altman essentially gutted his entire team at the trading deadline because the guys that they brought in part of that kyrie irving trade did not mesh with lebron james it may not be powerful but most coddled nba player ever to make sure he's happy i think that case it's clear that person's been lebron james coddled or deserving either i think he's earned it either yeah you're that good you earn certain things and when you're that smart when it comes to the knowledge of the game there's certain things that i mean either he has earned and magic johnson has been that guy he's been the best player you know and you have to tell me that he wasn't consulted wasn't asked his opinion of course he was when he was later when pat riley was absolutely but in terms of but they felt that that decision was not going to work so imagine we're going to go a different direction you gotta storm personality wiley consulted the brian has never had to worry about a coach having a stronger personality then him and he was going to use that power that power now we'll see how it works because now saying luke walton now strong personality but he's no recall allen dallas he's no motion miami and expos strong personalities they're now more than ever before now the lebron's no longer part of the miami heat people have seen what kind of coach he's been but when you have a guy like that and if it doesn't work out if you bring in these players and you say yeah consoled the lebron and these guys don't work out then lebron can't turn tail and say well you know we try he's very good that i want this but if it doesn't work out hey don't blame me i did everything i could to try to carry these guys across the finish line all of these deals we're talking about this year in the names we've mentioned or all one year contracts these guys aren't brought in for this year they're just a bridge to the two thousand nineteen free agency class that this is all about next season to me not this season when it comes to these moves that have made surrounding lebron that's fair but there are no guarantees that guys wanna play with him next year there's no doubt about when he comes to your your hoping to sign got absolutely seen going back to work right two thousand eleven they were hoping a busted up a title team and planning to land they big time free agent hoping to land a big time free agent seven years later they're still trying to land bigtime free agent job is not a plan my friend and with the bronze age you have plenty of hope but if he's not able to have guys gravitate next year in a big free agent class that may say a lot more about lebron james the magic johnson when it comes.

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"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"jerry reinsdorf jerry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Thank you i appreciate that we've had a lot of fun today what do you have to get a little bit more of a sense of how great these two players are and what they've meant to their teams at these championships it's hopeful to take a look at what happened when they weren't there with lebron you know cleveland drafted him before the jephson there at the bottom of the league within two years they're at the top of the league and then he leaves after the decision to go to miami and the very next season cleveland's right back at the bottom was like nineteen lindsays and then you look at jordan on the other hand he takes nineteen ninetythree go play baseball and obviously the bulls aren't the same team without him but they still make the playoffs get into the second round like fifty five win season herself now obviously jordan was a huge part of those teams and he's the most important part of these great teams but really when you look at it that way lebron kind of was those championship teams and he is the team in cleveland there is no question about that and they went right into the tank steve to your point on the years that jordan went away they went fifty five and twenty seven and lost in the eastern conference semifinals and then the next year when he came back and played those seventeen regular season games they were fifth in the east and they lost in the eastern conference semifinals and then came those three championships to your point with lebron the year he left they lost in the semi's to boston and then the next year they went from being a sixty one win team the cavaliers oh nine and twenty ten to one lebron walked away to being nineteen and sixty three now what i think that does is it puts into perspective with jordan had around him and what lebron didn't have around him well the focus became the way lebron went brow going to miami not that he went to miami or why he went to miami and by the way ownership is a factor you know when you think of the gm jerry krause and the owner jerry reinsdorf jerry reinsdorf was smart enough to realize hey michael jordan means more to maybe my franchise than he would anybody else and he paid him accordingly and he.

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