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"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
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"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"Think Johnny Kerr was with him, and they went to something market and dad and he had studied antique, so they knew what they were doing. They knew what was why it was worth what they want to some flea market somewhere and he came by somebody's booth and looked at this piece of pottery that was sitting there. It said work would. It and the Guy I wanted like twenty five dollars for it and my dad like I'll give you fifteen so the guys. Take Twenty. So Dad pay twenty dollars, knowing that work would be worth thousands of dollars. My Gosh, there's so many stories like that. And then one of my mom's favorite stories was that she wants some garage sale in salt. Lake City and this lady had a basket of jewelry that it just that it dollar piece about it was just a bunch of junk, which she went through that and found a three quarter diamond solitaire ring and paid a dollar for it. Like it was worth a couple thousand two, but I mean they collected dolls. They collected everything I mean when we lived in Northbrook, people drive by, and our garage was so packed that they thought we were having a garage sale. And they would come up to the the. Diary sitting there and they're like. Hey, when is the garage sale starting like now? This is just my. Overcoming Yeah we had. In fact, that's what my brother and sister and I have to go down. Mcclain's rolled on Saturday to to try to clean out the last barn full of stuff. And he had probably six or seven barn full like not momber huge big barns full of the deficit. They collected over the years. Oh, my gosh overwhelming, but that was their joy that was their release, and they had fun doing it together and you know. That was just did one less one last question. What do you want people to remember? About Your Dad. Not that he was a great coach, not that he was a great player, but then he was a great human being and He was friendly to everybody, and that's what I tell. My kids I if you took anything away from. Pablo's life. I want you to remember the so I remember that no matter if you're talking to a waitress or you're talking to a May, that's cleaning your room, or you're talking to the CEO Company. You treat them all the same. You're friendly with them. You look them in the is good morning, and you treat them all the same. No one is better than anybody else. In this world and You have to remember that that's what I love for people to take away from that I love that. My Dad was a janitor on weekends when I. I was in high school and he would say hello to everybody, no matter who they were what they did, and as I grew up. My mom would say to me. You're just like your father, you say hello to everybody and I think well. Yeah, that's just kind of what we learn, so yeah, it's just the best Kanthi Sloan. Would thank you so much for picking up the phone and joining us and sharing some really really lovely and fun and Refreshing Memories of of Your Dad Jerry Sloan. It means the world to us, and I want to tell people. If you can please. Donations can be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation in honor of Jury Sloan. You can use his name. Kathy Sloan would thank you again and I hope this father's Day. You Smile and have fond memories. I think we will I appreciate it pay. You guys have a great day..
"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"Tissue. You can say anything okay. Yeah, so you know if we were doing our tours and he came in and inspected it. If it wasn't done, you know the right way you say you know. Go back and do it again. You half APP. That carried over to everything that we did in sports in school. You know whatever it was and. I was at home, too, and I so appreciate that now. Who? You know growing up and him being really rough on us because he wasn't home a lot, so he played total bad cop. When my mom, always a good coughing, you learn to take direction and not make excuses and just do it right the first time, so you don't wait times I mean that. Was it in a nutshell with him, so he had that steely look that when he was joking or whether he was a serious. You couldn't always tell the difference and you just it was like. Oh, okay okay, I told the story can't hit the I have a picture sitting on my desk I've had it on there. Forever when I was a freshman or sophomore in high school, and I went to the Jerry Sloan Basketball Camp and Angel Gurdian Jim and he calls you know we're all in a big semicircle, half court and calls everyone together. We're starting. Camping were so an odd that the coach of the Bulls is having a camp for girls. I mean this was awesome. It was amazing and he calls out. Since where is she and I raised my hand, and I'm all cocky and I'm thinking this is awesome. The coach of the Bulls knows me. He Goes Kaczynski. I read that you average eighteen points a game I, said Yeah. He goes, but you can't play liquor defense. As it was like Oh my God I just froze, and he sent me to the wall to wall sets until my legs were shaking until they were shaking so I have a picture from that camp. I posted it on facebook. And all these people started commenting about. They also went to the camp and a friend of mine. Rita what the camp and she says Oh Gosh. I don't know if you saw this comment. Push. She goes. I remember. We were in like a layup line drill, and I'm standing in line looking at Jerry. Sloan and I go. Oh, he's so dreamy. And the girl behind me goes. Do That's my dad? Oh my Yeah, it was about to say the exact same thing now. Army. I. Just can't even imagine. You know now the limelight that that children of NBA players whether year. Lebron's kids are Michael Jordan's kids. Got You know We saw heard a lot from them the last dance in a way. You guys were a little bit lucky that it wasn't the limelight like it is today. Oh totally and. You know that's I. think that's what I loved about the error that we grew up in. You know we grew up in north work on very very tight street I. Mean we're still friends with all of the people that are on our street and it was just regular day today, and I'll give you an example for instance in the summertime. When he was off regular, mailman would make his rows so that he would be stopping at our house over his lunch break and he would call out of quotas basketball. Basketball shoes, and like all the neighbor. Kids my dad..
"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"From seventy eight to eighty two went to the Utah Jazz retiring in two thousand eleven, he was the original, and I am just so happy and honored to say that his daughter Kathy. Sloan would is joining us here on the podcast. Kathy. Thank you so much for joining us in our condolences. Go out to you and your family I know this can't be easy for you. What's the last week been like for you since Losing Your Dad? well, thanks for having me Peggy I appreciate it, You know it's been on. It's been a difficult week for us, but. To be honest with you, he had you know suffered from these diseases for five plus years and the last year being extremely difficult. For Him his wife Tammy, and and all of us and so I think you know selfishly were. We're glad he's at peace and it's all over you know we. We lost a hockey hall of Famer Stan Makita. Lewy body dementia, and it's It's not a very fair disease. It's very difficult especially on family, isn't it? made it a lot more difficult. especially with the covert virus and US, not being able to go see him. I was actually scheduled to go for visit. I live in Indianapolis and to fly out there in March thirteenth, and this was literally like a week before they. It was a whole country down, and we're not letting anybody including his wife go into the facility where he was. That's been extremely difficult. You know not knowing what his day to day. Life is without anybody and you know. We felt for everybody in there all those people in there that could not you know have their loved ones around them while they're going through. This was absolutely or sheeting. So, we in Chicago remember your. Dad Jury Sloan as a tenacious defender, just a scrappy tenacious basketball player. What do you remember him as? Pretty much that. Yeah. I, mean you know I You know growing up and North Korea. you know we would go to all of the time games and I had no interest in it primarily, because most of the time that that he was playing, the whole arena would stand up and you know that everybody's stood up that he was in a fight with somebody, and it may actually sector I, Don I. You know I was like nine ten. You know all those years and you just didn't want to see. You're getting punched or him punching someone else and everybody's screaming, and so it was, it was Kinda rough until I actually started playing myself. you know starting in high school, so yeah, it was. It was rough watching that. Sure you watch the last dance documentary. If so, what were you takeaways? And especially? What are you remember from the two series against the jazz? Yeah we did watch the whole thing It was very well done I. Thought Sort of painful watching it over again. Yeah, but your dad. You had the line of of the episode asking Oh. Was that with the score? Ever. If people that don't know him and his weird humor really thought that he looks like a done tonight I'm like no, you don't understand his humor. That's totally him and Yeah, so that was Kinda cool, but yeah, watching it over the second time was justice, painful and yeah I really didn't WanNa. See it again. So your your boys watched it right..
"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"Combinations in Sports Jason, who's your favorite, my favorite. Peyton. Manning and Archie Manning Archie Manning is just so excessive and such a a nice man to be able to talk to about his kids. What about who do you like? I'm GONNA say right now I'd probably have to go with Lebron and Barani because really yeah, so ESPN released twenty twenty three top prospect rankings for basketball, brownies number twenty four. I believe so. So. It's really cool like this new era. You get to see like Lebron's planned in La. Brownies playing for Sierra. Canyon, which is arguably the best pro basketball program in the country. Everybody talks about how they will someday like they're going to team up it's it's really interesting to see because right now like I feel like there. Aren't that many great like. Like sons in sports that who whose fathers were equally as or compare -able in their greatness. Good question What about what about Tim Hardaway? Junior, I covered his dad Tim Hardaway. Junior loved the Mavericks was good in College. I made it to the championship with Michigan, but there's no like truly great father son duo right now see when I was coming up in sports. It was the halls, the Griffey's the bonds. That's what everybody ripken's everybody would talk about them Howie in Chris in Kyle Long. We in here in Chicago Kyle Long we've got to cover him. with the bears I always had a secret crush on instead. My Gosh sorry. I know that makes you uncomfortable. And you know what has been really cool is we've heard from Michael Jordan's kids recently? Because of the last dance now we never used to hear from them. So that's actually really been super cool. So to all of the fathers out there we wish all of you. A father's Day filled with fun and memories and happiness..
"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"More detrimental to them, and like you said that would be the players, so because the other thing you need to look at its owners aren't putting themselves at risk by playing the players WanNa putting that are putting themselves and their families and their health at risk by playing the owners. Just get to sit back and watch and. No no, they do the. They don't just get to sit back. They put up the financial backing. They put up. It's it's a financial I'm talking about how, but the but the players are not putting themselves or their families at risk by having the season start. The players are the ones that are going to be out in the field, making contact with each other, putting themselves at risk to to catch the virus and their families as well. Families are allowed to be the players. What about the? The owners what if someone comes back and they sue an owner because they contract Cova nineteen while playing a baseball game in their stadium, and they claim that that stadium wasn't clean enough or the facilities were not clean enough for them. Who takes that risk the owner that would be a grievance against Major League Baseball. That wouldn't be. That wouldn't be a lawsuit against the owners. Of course it could be. You can name anyone in the lawsuit. You could list Major. Part of. Part of what's being discussed in starting baseball up again. Having the players sign a risk waiver. There's no season without them signing a risk waiver. Because otherwise that would y in order to sign the risk way rave waiver. They want prorated salaries. Yeah, it's just it's just sad. I really I hate. When there our labor disputes that stops sports. You know it just takes away from so much that we've been talking about for the last three months about wanting sports back and you know the summer. This is about going to baseball games. This is where. I would have given you. We were supposed to go to opening day. That was going to be one of your gifts going to opening day. This, just it just stinks for everyone all the way around. Quincy! In this episode we want to talk about Fathers Day. Typically summer, tradition here in the states. That's what we do. We go to baseball. Games we have barbecues. Your Dad will will end up golfing. I'm quite sure now that he can golf. I'm just curious as a young teenage. Man What is father's Day mean to you?.
"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"Floor everybody welcome to the sports caster. Her son were sports bridges the gap between the generations I'm your host Peggy? Kaczynski twelve time emmy. Award winning sports caster at NBC Chicago for Seventeen Years I. Am the baby boomer I'm Jason Commander Sight expert for go job in Fan cited and soon to be student at UT Austin. Hey, that's a new job, Yup. I'm site editor Veisaite site within fan. I didn't got promoted. Yeah, big stuff. That's awesome, so we both love sports and it tends to bridge the gap between us the generations. In this podcast we discuss sports from yesterday today and tomorrow and a reminder. If you love the show, please leave us a review. Go to rate this podcast dot com slash sports caster and follow the simple instructions so Jason. Last time we spoke on these air waves. We were hopeful. Where we hopeful that there was going to be baseball. What is going on now? They're going to play. I just don't know I. Don't Know How many games I don't know what it's going to start. Nobody knows but the they're gonNA play. There's no doubt about it Neither side can lose that much money American. Needs Baseball I I don't buy into the into the doomsday scenario or the things aren't looking good or reach new rock bottom now. They're gonNA play I. Don't know one probably likely agreement within this week. Both sides have to eventually realize that we need baseball. Mindy to make money this year, so Nabu. They're going to play I was a little surprised. Talking to some people who are big baseball fans like in my family. My brothers are baseball coaches. We were sitting around talking. I was a little surprised that. So many people are starting to blame the players I thought. Everybody was on the players side I. Don't the by no means a popular side is to blame the players. That's that's a minority I. Oh, well I as I was saying people that were talking about it. I was surprised to hear people talking about being on the owners side in this one, because they just everyone's losing money, everybody is. How do you not blame either side? I don't blame the play well. I certainly am not on the side of the owners because you need to look at the overall pool of wealth, every owner of a major league baseball team is worth over five hundred million dollars come from wealthy families. If there's no season, the owners will take a hit this year, but their overall wealth is not going to take a hit whereas the players some of which led. Year to year off their paychecks..
"jerry sloan" Discussed on BallCourt - The World of Basketball with Coach Drew
"Hey Welcome to ball court, I am co drew, and this is the world of basketball, and yes. I know everybody's still wondering when basketball GONNA start again, but guess what the NBA is working at it. Yes, you're right now in talks with Disney. You heard it here. First. GonNa jump right into. Yup Date in talked with Disney trying to find out different ways in which they could. Get things back going right now. Disney's complex that they do have have over two thousand four hundred different hotels they're and they're all directly on Disney properties. Talking about roughly about. Eight miles of actual property here. That's going to be working with great thing is that they're going to be at the ESPN? Wow, world of sports, and they will be playing there now inside discount find a bubble. There is talk of WHO's going to be there. WHO's not going to be there? Miami Heat's Pat Riley. He's even said to not be making an appearance there, but this is something that we all looking forward to so we got our fingers crossed hopefully coming up on the horizon, and it is something that can make things make things a lot better for us, so this is one of the things that we were scared about going into. Going into the season, and coming out of the season, and going back into this whole pandemic thing, this is one of the things that we were very fearful of that. We would not be able to end the season, but there is a chance that it might take place, and it might be just. is probably going to be like a plane possibility to get into a playoff so this way that twenty twenty season can be completed. All right, so I want to jump over to the next story and this next story. Is something that was near, and dear to my heart, growing up in Queens New York and being a huge fan of the New York Knicks during that time of the nineties. leader of ours was actually. Hospitalized and tested positive for covert nineteen. Yes, Patrick Hewitt! and. Georgetown's Patrick, Ewing and head coach Patrick. Ewing was there, and the great news was though just as of yesterday he was lease. He's back home. He's son to improve saw things on cross. We do wish the best that you and family and we do hope for a speedy recovery Patrick you ought we are all with you, you know, but would everyone watching the last dance and everyone thinking about his legacy in the greatness of Jordan one of the greatest teams that he's ever played against. Actually lost their head coach. And, it was a coach that he actually coaches Jordan. It was Jerry Sloan Jerry Sloan passed away. It was and it wasn't for any COVID nineteen related. Related reasons why he passed where he actually passed away due to dementia, he was aging at the age of seventy eight. He would greatly be missed and IT MAKES US Revisit Dad. Nineteen ninety-seven Utah, jazz series over and over again to see the greatness that he did actually portray in his coaching style, which we really look at it. He was only topped by one of the greatest coaches in history. You know so congratulations. Jerry Sloan for being such a nominal coach and pivotal person dwelled basketball history. You will be sorely missed. and. It's been a tough two thousand and twenty and. Basketball and the whole world is been a tough one, so as a hall of Famer and Basketball Hall of fame and our lives Jerry Sloan. I WANNA go ahead and take a quick little break. I'M GONNA. Be Right back with more basketball and so more ball court. Let me tell you. We got ladies first coming up stick with US right here..
"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Lead
"And then in twenty eleven he abruptly resigns as jazz head coach in the middle of the season torture. What were his reasons for that? Obviously the their whims was Jerry. Sloan disagreement which obviously that was a factor. Darren Jerry has been butting heads you know as a rookie jared play. Darren is as much as Darren thought. Jerry should've just basically came down to both of those guys. Were really headstrong is they. Were guys that did not back down. And then you know they played against. Ironically enough the Chicago Bulls argument a halftime time. Williams had this to say to. Kfi Am thirteen twenty radio in Salt Lake City quote. We had a disagreement. I've seen him have more S- ones with other players. Jerry's very fiery. Im to sometimes. We clash on things. I would never force coach. Sloan OUT OF UTAH. He's meant more to this town more to this organization than I have by far. Everybody remembers that Jerry took forever to come to his post game media availability the next morning. He just kind of resigns. A Won't cover O'Connor general manager. At the time he said the Darren Williams disagreement was a factor. But it wasn't the only factor Jerry was tired in Jerry was somebody who always maintained that you know if he didn't have the energy to give his guys one hundred percent every day you know he was step away from the game. There's this great moment in two thousand fourteen when the jazz honor Jerry Sloan Jerry. One Thousand Two hundred twenty three wins as head coach of the Utah Jazz. It is now your time. Make it happen. Raise a banner to mark his one thousand two hundred. Twenty three wins. Which is your favorite technical. Fouls what was it about Jerry. Sloan beyond just the wins and losses that at resonated with the people of Utah utahns value loyalty and he was a loyal person to his core in that something that you rarely see today you know guys. Don't strive to be one place for an entire career so stockton and Malone we're beloved and he was as much a part of that successes as those two day love the he was a family man. He was tough in that he was a fighter. Even post retirement. You know Jerry would sit in the same seat. Come to every game that he could. He would inevitably get a standing ovation from the crowd. It was just a love affair between coaching state that lasted three decades over three decades. In even you know when he was diagnosed with Parkinson's he and his wife Tammy would come to the Games and you can tell Jerry was diminished. Beco- shows diminished. But he was still be there still shaking hands he was you know giving of his time he was just an ambassador for. State of Utah. Well Tony Thank you so much for joining us and honoring the legacy of Jerry. Sloan thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. You can read Tony. Jones coverage of the Utah Jazz including his tribute to Jerry. Sloan at the athletic dot com from wondering on the athletic. I'm could beat the Davidson tomorrow..
"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Lead
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He was just really patient and he answered all of your questions as a media member. Whether you're a high school rider or you know your Adrian Watson Rosca your or somebody like that so he was just a really good person a personally. I'm going to definitely miss him. Well let's let's go back to how this all started can you tell us about? Jerry's childhood and his time growing up in Illinois. He grew up in mcleans Borough Illinois youngster. Youngest of ten children raised by mother on a farm sixty miles nearest town. This funny because your parents or I know at least my mother used to tell me while you know I used to walk two miles a day to school and your kids are soft World Jerry. Sloan thoroughly used to walk two miles a day to school. He just had a fighting and scrapping claw for for everything that he got. Nothing was handed to my father passed away when I was four years. Old older brothers and sisters had to help take care of our family. They cannot play basketball because they had to work. It was an upbringing. That was was tough but it was an upbringing shaped who he would be for the remainder of his life and as a player Jerry. Sloan was known as the original bowl. He joined the when they were an expansion team in the nineteen sixties. What was he like as a player especially early on he was a great great defender? Claim won't pave what's on the show the West Wing who slam dunk according to Bob Weiss who play with him the longtime NBA coach. He was one of the first people to come into the NBA and start taking charges so he was a guy who was just hard nose. You Know Kinda. Get up in your shorts defensively you know. Just make life miserable for you. Gary Sticky defensive reactions long arms felt the first time. I think I can recall seeing Jerry. Sloan without some kind of a knee. Brace or five pat or something Almost looks naked at there tonight. And just the regulation uniform in. He was the first Chicago Bulls player to have his number retired so after his plane careers over Jerry. Sloan decides to become a coach. And there's this incredibly scary turn of events as he starting out his new career. He took a job to be the head coach at Evansville and he resigned without ever coaching a game to go to the balls. That season the entire Evansville team was involved in a plane crash in that killed everybody on board and the community had accepted these bras and this team and especially the new coach as their own family. And so it's very personal loss. It's not something that you can simply read about in the newspaper and then put it out of your mind. It stays with you. It'll take some time to determine the exact cause of the plane crash but one thing for sure it will take even longer for the sorrow and shock this tragedy to wear off here you know. I think they're definitely instances in his life that were crossroads so to speak in he just kind of persevere through all of it so as you said. He became coach of the Chicago. Bulls for a few years before eventually taking over the Utah Jazz in the late nineteen eighties and the toughness that he showed as a player certainly carried over to his coaching career added Dennis Rodman. No nobody get me. That's right our points Jerry. Slow down while posing the kiss right back. I think they loved it because he went to bat for them when he got into. Dennis Rodman is because Dennis Rodman took down John Stockton heart he wants challenge kenyan-born to fight after Kenyon Martin clothesline Karl Malone can't pitch current respect him. He took a guy he was like. I dare you do that to him. Like he ain't GonNa say nothing but I got his back coach doing that. You know what I'm saying like he I respect only from down. He had the back of his guys for better or for worse. Jerry Sloan had some extraordinary success as a coach including two trips to the NBA finals finals. But his team runs into Michael Jordan and the Bulls both times. What's your sense of how those losses sat with Jerry over the years? Jerry was somebody who brooded over losses he was somebody who czyz really competitive alter competitive so the losses obviously heart in for the ninety eighteen specifically to be as close as they were in the have game six into way. Did Michael running on fumes with forty five points so definitely hurt but at the same time Jerry was proud of his guys and I think he came to be at peace with the fact that you know he didn't win a championship. You know because I think that those teams got the most out of their talent and they were great team Stewart definitely really really great teams but one guy in that that decade went six and all in the NBA finals in. That's why we all consider him. The greatest let ever played Jerry. Sloan is inducted into the hall of fame in Two Thousand Nine Ladies and Gentlemen Jerry. Sloan thank all of you for being here this evening and congratulations. My fellow inductees could not be prouder. It's truly an honor to be such among such a well respected Intel and group of individuals. Thank you all very much..
"jerry sloan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Dot in the age of seventy eight just a great coach for the the Utah Jazz also coach the Chicago Bulls I think people forget Jonathan when they think about Jerry Sloan it think about of course the Stockton and Malone teams that got to the finals in back to back years and lost to Michael Jordan but I mean Jerry Sloan was also on a tremendous player for the Chicago Bulls and he was probably like the best known bulls player before the team drafted Michael Jordan that's all good Jerry Sloan what's no question about it you think about Sloan and think about all of the all time great pulls a great players soul as part of that but also the coaching right think about Greg Popovich Gregg Popovich probably will be the last of the lineage of old school coaches but before that was Jerry Sloan look at how many users with the Utah Jazz before Frank Layden you had a guy like Sloan that was there it was old school and all school in this regard so Popovich would say that he was coaching Tim Duncan like your coach that's eleven to twelve god the bench some of the same way and so you don't get that kind of coach anymore where the star and the bench guy is coach the same usually the bench guys gonna be reading a little bit harder but unless I just think that we Kerry slowly passed away but it really tells you a lot about you know how great he was as a coach but the old school coaching you're stuck doing that anymore in the NBA as much yeah of all the stories I read of Jerry Sloan in the last twenty four hours or so all the tweets that was the thing that stood out to me the most and in the article on ESPN dot com there's a fantastic quote that I think it just shows exactly what you're talking about it it's talking about how he was asked if you need to be patient with nineteen year old CJ miles and he basically said I don't care how old he is we can't put him in diapers one night and a jockstrap the next night but we got we got a treat all these guys like it Dalton he was hard on him and everybody reflected in it it didn't matter if you were honest team if you're playing against ME expected the best out of everyone and he was full of grit and I think those are the guys who stick with you and and it's evident in everyone who is remembering him that it was great but in the way where he was trying to push people and he was the way in the way that he wanted the best out of people and it's it's incredible to read just some of these memories and the recounts of practices and games from Jerry Sloan I mean it's it's it's great to read George Jerry Sloan was inducted into the hall of fame in two thousand nine he won twelve hundred plus games as a coach in twenty six seasons ninety eight playoff wins as a coach again great career in Chicago as a player four times was on the NBA all defensive team and he was very interesting to cover as R. Ian Fitzsimmons said last night I'm Freddie and Fitzsimmons Kobe goes for eighty one and coach Sloan sits down with us for our pregame interview and I tell him it's a you know Kobe when for eighty one NEO's what an hour out like Hey coach can make it up so what we we put the headsets on and I said go for for you to do it you know the game tonight your reaction to Kobe Bryant going for eighty one eighty one how can a team all of which was approved because of that he was sniffing thirty was gonna believe it I start laughing right Jerry Sloan dead panned like now you drive the lane and you're sniffing thirty against norm van Lier and I on the Chicago Bulls now is where number four you were going to get hurt he was not joking your band leader someone that Johnson and I got to know really well after his playing days in Chicago and the great story about those two van Leer and Sloane is that when van Lier played for Cincinnati in Sloan was on the bulls they got into a really bad fist fight like they hate each other and then bam here comes to Chicago they become best friends and they're like you know they're just rough and tumble and that's that's how the game was played any Jerry Sloan from everything I remember was just a no nonsense guy it was like Jonathan he was Popovich before Popovich yes he was the guy that if you ask them a dumb question he was sterile hole three until you walked away but at the same time I mean he was a brilliant basketball mind players loved him and again one of the toughest guys that people say you've ever been around in the NBA is there is no question about that I I I think about the the last dance because at the end the last dance it was focused on the bulls defeating the jazz twice of for the opportunity to win the NBA championship the bulls one it's engine five and six and I think about Jerry Sloan when those last games at the bulls and jazz playing you look at the box score and saw that it was sold lopsided the bulls had beaten them to jazz some like eighty or ninety to fifty nine or sixty and cherry students all the points we had this all we had was also always scored like he was very widely he knew exactly what's going on there are some things we ask questions where you knew the answer to them you know what to do but he he had a very dry sense of humor but you can never get away from the toughness and the reason why we're even doing the segment talking about how it's unnerving here is because I would say in twenty twenty that coaching is different because it's more like this in Kabul so listen college there in on college basketball in particular it's like I'm gonna teach you how to be able to run the certain plays offense and defensive in the NBA coaches are saying okay well this is what I want to run what do you think is best how do you think we should run this that's the difference between college and pros alternately the proconsul has autonomy but it's it's really enhance the players it's a players league in college it can't be over coached at times but you're also still teaching on that level and I just thought the jury Jerry Sloan was someone that was always great to be able to teach put the game in his hands but also gave freedom offensively for Malone and Stockton do what they do best because they were the greatest when it comes to the pick and roll play it's interesting to have that dynamic like you said B. and strict but also giving your players some freedom and you guys touched on at the beginning of this conversation with pop maybe being the last of that you know hardcore gritty old school coaching in the NBA and it just makes me sit here and wonder like man I I wonder how a coach would be able to do that now like if there was another pop that came along he still embrace you know that kind of coaching with that flight Jeff do you think in twenty twenty twenty twenty one NBA with lebron James on your roster like ours are you going to take kindly to a coach like that or is that is does that end when pot leaves I think what matters is it's a great question Alyssa what matters is how does the star player responded that coaching I think the difference is like I don't want to cast this this this huge net and say every NBA players to sensitive now John can I talk about this a lot of there's a lot of hurt feelings in the NBA nowadays you know more so than there used to be in the eighties and nineties not to sound holding get off my lawn is or anything but you know I mean when when you got superstar players you know running burner Twitter accounts because social media yeah they're so unhappy that you know March from you know Connecticut is is talking about him on Twitter but they have to fire back like that really didn't happen back in the day so the NBA is about star players it's a star driven league just like it was in the eighties and the nineties the difference is the stars aren't as spread out as they were back then when it was a star in every different market well like a coach like that I think could be successful Jonathan if they have the right star players on the roster star players that can handle that but if you put some of these other guys sensitive guys you know media's writing all these bad stories about me when there's been like one bad store read about you in your whole life you know those type of guys I think with that kind of hard charging no nonsense head coach I don't think that experiment would work well it's a longer deeper conversation but I'll just sum it up this way when you have come up through an aide to culture in which and although the best of the best are playing on the same team were you as an actor you can say I don't play for this team because they don't look bigger they're going to win I'm gonna go to this team because they look like they're going to win when you're in a U. culture and it's not for everybody not saying that I'm not painting a broad brush I'm just saying that there is some that will look at this and say well my coach an AAU circuit did not write me this badly they never said I did anything wrong the crowd loved me my teammates love me so what's your disconnect clearly you have the problem when actually it's someone the silence to try to get you to be better and some can't understand that kind of coaching it's not even tough love as much of this direction and if you believe in the direction you believe that you want to get better then you'll listen it's kind of like anything else there's a speech that you sit through for an hour but there's something in that speech that will stand out to you maybe ten seconds maybe five minutes point is though is that something you can take out of it their son a please I won't take anything out of the site I know what I'm doing I have I have my set of skills I'm good but I just think that there are some that will look at their background and say I'm good unless like I don't need some old school guy tell me what to do because I I know that I'm a I'm a one percenter I'm a great athlete and you know I I think that there's some coaches that can't be able get to some athletes but that actually has to be willing to listen it's an interesting conversation and interesting point you raise there because when you were saying that my thought immediately went to some of the things that we see with college sports a lot of these high school kids who come and highly ranked highly touted highly recruited they may not have ever lost a game in their life they never may have never ever felt what it is to not be the best person on the field for the past athlete on the court and and it sort of reminds me of that transition in a way if you don't have a coach who is going to be able to say to that player okay you went from being the best on the field and maybe in your whole district in high school football team now middle of password you're going to do about it and some guys aren't able to take that next step some guys are and it's sort of the same thing then when you go from college to the pros one of the things that stood out to me about Joe burrow throughout the NFL was a conversation he had with Peyton manning and Payton told him Hey look like you just won a national championship you played in the SEC you were on top of the world there's a reason why the Cincinnati Bengals are about to pick you they're not looking too good you're not going to go do what you did at LSU last year next year in your first year in the NFL so it's an interesting point there as far as coaches you know being that strong suit being that person who can really give you that direction because a lot of these guys you know have an experienced things like this before and it's it's an interesting concept for someone like me who never even came close to playing college or professional athletics to be like well what I wanted guys who writes mirror what a guy who just kind of like lets me do whatever and obviously you know your your gut reaction is to say you know let's do whatever but you look at the guys like Jerry Sloan and Gregg Popovich and they breed success so it's like you can't you can't argue with that Jeff some young people also at the first sign of trouble turn and run right I mean we see a lot of high school athletes transferring I don't I don't agree.
Jerry Sloan, longtime Utah Jazz head coach, dead at 78
"Former NBA coach Jerry Sloan aside from complications from Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia Sloan seventy eight coach the chance for twenty three seasons and ranks fourth in NBA history with twelve hundred twenty one
'The most competitive guy I ever coached against': Jerry Sloan, as remembered by fellow greats
"Another study with one hundred thousand patients around the world finds there's no benefit from hydroxy chloride Quinn and there is a higher rate of heart problems and death former vice president Joe Biden's walking back this comment on I heart radio's breakfast club guy telling if you have a problem figuring out what you're for mayor trump and you a black leader saying that he does not take black voters for granted some of basketball's greats are honoring Jerry Sloan the former Utah Jazz coach died from Parkinson's disease and other complications the Dow was down slightly lower the nasdaq up
Karl Malone remembers Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan
"All right let me hear more about Jerry Sloan this is Karl Malone on Jerry Sloan once trying to fight him this also courtesy of KSL TV he told me to do I want to fight it he said that to me stop practicum in is a five G. but you lose out to see you but it I'm keeping a call yeah as as young and dumb as
"jerry sloan" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"More about Jerry Sloan this is Karl Malone on Jerry Sloan once trying to fight him this also courtesy of KSL TV tell me did I want to fight it he said that to me stop practice came in as a five G. but you lose out to see you but if I'm given a call yeah as as young and dumb as I was at the time I do want to try because he want to try but story I try to think of that today imagine a coach get into it with a player like that if it if it did get into that point I don't know how much that would fly to day by night once alleged always a legend with Jerry Sloan may you rest in peace Raja bell also did play for Jerry Sloan this is Raja bell via CBS sports H. Q. on the jazz retaining Jerry Sloan's identity I really do believe that the jury is part of the DNA of of what we will take a few call jazz fusion reporter mark Knowles how few are more beautiful scrapbook anything they can get their hands on it and I think jazz he at least for the foreseeable future will look like that let's hear one more from Raja bell this is on how Jerry Sloan implemented a certain toughness to his teams that yes John Stockton and Karl Malone to talk about and so did Raja bell also courtesy of CBS sports HQ you have to roll reporter attitude given the layout off away fight for everything and every age or the court I really respected that now moving on to the NFL once again we just send our condolences to the Sloan family parent Donald.
"jerry sloan" Discussed on WEEI
"Had the the ultimate validation of a championship right because he did so they were so good for so long yep and they've never had the benefit of well listen I want to go play for Utah signed a big contract the joint no edit and enhance what they had yep it was a real organization I think John's John's word is right overlooked because until this I kind of forgot about the honest with you I mean he was great when you think about those jets teams you think about the players you don't think about this the coach until this last dance it read just read reminded me how good of a like a team they put together you said it B. T. I didn't think I didn't realize it fifteen straight years in straight up I mean that's that's unprecedented heroes are those are what we all know that the spurs that it becomes sort of a fight on it but but yes the he was a good player Jerry Sloan you know Jerry Sloan played up until seventy and we work with Crosland was seventy six maybe was his last year played for the bulls and Scotty Pippin was giving him some real love I was a scrappy player he was a was a pretty good NBA player to a lot of people don't know that yep all right take we got the update from actually got the blast after that rich Jacobins update is right now he was back sports flag Hey guys this report is brought you by geico which is introduced the geico give back up fifteen percent credit on car and motorcycle policies for current and new customers that last year full policy term is at geico dot com slash give back for info in eligibility hall of Famer Jerry Sloan passed away earlier today after suffering from Parkinson's and Lewy body dementia he was seventy eight Sloan was the first player by the bulls to have his Jersey retired after stellar career he found more success in Utah coaching the jazz for twenty three seasons in which you talk at sixteen consecutive straight winning seasons they went to the playoffs twenty times under slow in the NBA finals twice Karl Malone was one of the toughest players of his era second in that category to his former coach they tell me to do I want to fight it he said that to me stop practicum in is a fight you fight you lose out to see you but if I'm given a call yeah as as young and dumb as I was at the time I do want to try because he want to try courtesy of KSL TV the jets of adept the quarterback spot bringing an established albeit injured veteran coming to terms with Joe Flacco in a one year deal number jacket Hey what's going on everybody it's J..
Jazz great, Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan dies at 78
"NBA hall of fame coach and player Jerry Sloan dead at the age of seventy eight from Parkinson's and dementia he coached the jazz for twenty three
"jerry sloan" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Right before we are about to record this on Friday morning news just broke the passing of Jerry Sloan Which has been a very significant figure in the NBA? For many many years He died at seventy eight years old This morning and the statement from the Utah Jazz. Jerry Sloan will always be synonymous with the Utah Jazz forever. Be A part of the Utah Jazz Organization and join his family friends and fans in mourning his loss. This is I mean you know I. I don't think it's an overstatement. He is truly one of the titans of NBA history. And I think you're going to see his name. Come up a lot Over the course of the next you know twenty thirty forty years because of where he is in so many records for for coaches to hold and that longevity that tenure he had with one organization and the sustained winning is something that I think we've all wondered is going to be able to happen again. You know with how much How often teams pull the plug on coaches? Even when they have a lot of success because of management you know turnover or ownership turnover or whatever but this sad man is a sad morning for sure I mean. He's he was a basketball lifer. He played his rookie season. All the way back in nineteen sixty five after going to college at Evansville. He coached his final season in twenty eleven. I mean this guy was around for decades. As you said Chris I mean the fact. He started coaching with Utah. In nineteen eighty eight by RENNER CO worker. Roger Sherman follow up to a tweet that I put out there this morning. That said he was the longest tenured coach in the NBA in nineteen ninety eight and then he coaches thirteen seasons more than that. It's just outrageous that he was around for so long in this game as a player and as a coach and I'm not sure we're going to see a guy that coaches on one team again for that long of a time it'd be he he's a rarity in perhaps one of a kind. I mean a couple of the records that this guy holds and he holds a ton. But I'm just GONNA mentioned few which are truly unbelievable sixteen consecutive winning seasons thirteen of which were fifty win seasons. I mean that is crazy. Kevin Crazy sixteen consecutive winning seasons. I mean and you know I think we just got done watching the last dance. Where his team you know? They had the jazz team that was fantastic. And they lost to the Bulls twice so he. He ended his career without having a ring. But I don't think anybody denies it I I he's one he's a great example of okay he didn't have a ring that doesn't mean he was not great. That level of sustained excellence is truly remarkable. Even if he didn't end up with the ring and he like many others of that generation as we learned the only reason they didn't is because Michael Jordan was in the League for sure and he had a sense of humor to as we saw in the last dance. He's like really like Michael. Jordan was sake. I'm just finding this out after the game Handful of other jokes in there and that would the short amount of time Utah Jazz in the lap. Just in the last two episodes of course Jerry Sloan is. What's remarkable to is the fact that because of his long tenure as a coach just the generations of players that he constantly had to adapt to as people change going into the league. When high school kids started coming into the League when they weren't? I mean this is a coach that shows an adaptability to relate to and to figure out what buttons to push to get his team to win because they are constantly one at one point or another obviously peak in the nineties But had a lot of other winning success over the years to even if it wasn't a team that went to the NBA finals. Well every time you. We inevitably see all kinds of coaching tunnel over every year in every sport. And what do they do? They walk in and they say we want to establish a culture. That's what I'm GONNA do here. Oregon establish a culture. We want people to think that if they're going to school or if they're going to play for acts organization that this is the way it's done like it's one thing for everybody to promise that but we know you were going to fall in line with Jerry Sloan and the way he did things and Stockton and Malone or you were going to be gone right like we we we lauded the Spurs for the last twenty years for being like that this was spurs before Spurs in Utah. Right where they had the two elder statesman that were there for the long haul they had. The coach had been there forever. And if you were going to Utah you're going to play like the jazz play and you're going to conduct yourself in a manner or you weren't GonNa be there right and for all the promises that everybody makes about establishing a culture here is a guy that obviously you know when you're talking sixteen consecutive winning seasons and thirteen fifty win seasons by. They had what they did. And you were either going to fall in line or you just weren't going to be a member of the jazz. Strictly as as a human being as well he was somebody who grow up in you know intense intense poverty as a young kid and another example of with his mindset and obviously with his you know gifts as an athlete But more than that to become a guy who can be a coach and above all else a leader of other men you know of other people to get to go from what he came from and just intense poverty To become what he did shows a lot of good fortune of course but also a lot of hard work and Jerry. Sloan is an excellent example of that and one of the thing because you mentioned his playing career because I think many times when we think of somebody as what we know them as there there is no reference point for us of what they were before they were Jerry. Sloan the coach and and I just went through this with my son and this is crazy. It's going to sound crazy to a younger generation. But he doesn't know Steve Kerr the player. Steve Kerr is the coach of the Golden State Warriors to him. You know like that's who he is and so to speak of that Jerry. Sloan was a two time. Nba All star is a player and over eleven seasons was Chicago and Baltimore He played in the NBA and he was the first player in Bulls history to have his number retired and his number was retired in nineteen. Seventy eight so. Nobody wears number four for the Bulls. I didn't know that I didn't know that Jerusalem was so good that his number was retired. I knew we had a cup of coffee. Coaching for the bowls. Two years about numbers retired right before he became the coach crazy right. I mean this guy so I mean Jerry. Sloan was obviously look. He's a two time. Nba All Star and he got his Jersey retired. He's a hell of a player before he was ever a coach. But we just you know Jerry. Sloan was old by the time I was a kid. It felt like to me. You know to me. It felt like it felt like to me like he was old when I was a kid. If you look it happened I'm saying it like twenty years ago. Or whatever twenty when he's the coach of the jazz what we just watched in the last census twenty two years ago. I mean fifty six. You know then. That's not a guy always thought Jerry. Sloan was older than he is. In fact it's kind of shocking to me today. You seventy eight honestly like because I mean because he always had silver hair but I mean here and then we got like. It's not like we're watching a jerry. Sloan highlights like allow how sparse any old highlights or of seeing these guys as players but Helluva career to before he was ever one of clearly. The greatest coaches of all time an Alzheimer Jerry. One This week we did get some news regarding the NBA. And you know last week we talked about how twenty five percent of these checks. We're going to be coming out and in the case of somebody like Chris. Paul is going to be four hundred thousand dollars. Less his check was last week. Well guess what another check you know is gonNA come out next week right. Assuming you get paid every two weeks And it seemed like this was really moving. Pretty fast You had the call with the players. You had the call with the Board of governors and now it seems like every few days. We are getting more and more news earlier in the week. They said they're kind of focused on Disneyworld as a place where they could knock. This out. Road says Disneyworld and Las Vegas still on the table as a place. You could get it done. And then is the favorite though and been for some time especially if there's only one destination one neutral site but if there's two or three we'll see what ends up happening but it's Disneyworld is one is the clear favourite. I saw you so you re tweet. Who Was it was a Keith Smith? Keith Smith Yeah Okay so Keith. Had A story he ed this is when I I let me. Give a shout out to Keith. Smith Smith you WANNA talk about coming over the top on. Whoa J. and Shams have our source at Disneyworld. Who is there sort? I don't know if he called Mickey Mouse. I don't call be called Aladdin. I don't know who he talked to a Disney world but he said sources source at Disneyworld. I was like not there. You Go. That's how you get it done. How do you WanNa beat these guys? They ain't got no sources it. Disneyworld won't never source at Disneyworld work for years. That's really. Hey Yeah Oh you weren't. You weren't Keith. Worked at Disney up until like three months ago and he wasn't a charity. This is Larry cutaway. Hey I'm not sure. He did there but now he worked at this no years and that's why he has such a deep understanding of Disney in their facilities. Why before anybody was ever talking about Disney he wrote that article on Yahoo saying Disney's the place the NBA should go your this nation host the NBA. And like I read that at the time. Like whoa this makes perfect sense and here we are would it however long. It's been since he wrote that six weeks five weeks and that's likely were games could actually be played basketball resumes sometime in July. If it resumes sometime in July. Okay well. They're saying June first. Some decisions are going to be made you and I talked about this. And you talked about June fifteenth And so it seems like we're going to start June fifteenth when it sounds like they wanna get things rolling and June I wound and low. Amec and others Reported was that that's when they want to have players start getting to the team facilities for what seems like around June fifteenth type obey date. Maybe a little bit sooner than that now. But that's the plan and then from there a little bit time for individual training camp a little bit of time for group training camp like you would normally see in September and October and then it could be all that ball out. I had wondered if I had looked at the calendar and I think if I'm not mistaken July. Fourth is a weekend isn't it? It seems like I wondered like. Oh Wow what if they could roll it out and announce and we're going to have our first batch of games over this July fourth weekend or whatever but now it sounds like it's going to be later than that. Yeah I it likely would be maybe towards July Fifteenth for Holidays. It would have been cool. It'd be no doubt so we could be getting some basketball news around YEP You wrote about testing This week on the ringer.
Jazz great, Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan dies at 78
"And NBA coaching great has died legendary Utah Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan has died inducted to the basketball hall of fame in two thousand nine Jerry Sloan spent twenty three seasons as head coach of the Utah Jazz with whom he won more regular season games than nearly every other coach in NBA history he's fourth on the all time list in a statement the jazz wrote like John Stockton and Karl Malone as players Jerry Sloan epitomized the organization Sloan was also known as the original ball he played ten seasons in Chicago including the ball's first NBA season in nineteen sixty six his Jersey number four the first retired by the balls Jerry Sloan died this morning from complications of Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia he was seventy eight
Jerry Sloan, The Chicago Original Bull And Hall Of Fame Utah Jazz Coach, Dies At 78
"WGN sports hall of fame basketball coach in bulls great Jerry Sloan is died his death was announced by the Utah Jazz the team he took to the NBA finals in ninety seven and ninety eight the Chicago Bulls say Jerry Sloan was the original bowl he was seventy eight years
Basketball Hall of Fame set to announce 2020 class
"Miss so it may be awhile before we see the world's best basketball players play again which is why tonight's a good time to remember the greatness of those the next class headed for spring field day unique hall of fame class will be announced today in a unique way the late Kobe Bryant Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett all expected be officially announced as part of the twenty twenty class been trying needs by the Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame the selections are typically revealed at college basketball's final four but there's sports now shut down the announcement will be televised on our E. S. P. N. studios Brian Duncan Kerr net a combined eleven championships forty eight all star seasons between them the first time finalist and locks to get in only six players in league history have been selected to fifteen or more all star games Brian Duncan and gore net or three of them to jump with this take on a stellar class with a focus on Brian it is one of the greatest hall of fame's ever and it will certainly be a one that we remember that night in spring feel which is coming up in September will certainly be more emotional yeah in Kobe's physical absence I I remember but I think it was two thousand ten and a class with Michael Jordan John Stockton David Robinson and Jerry Sloan I think the memory serves me and that was just like wow is sometimes you get these classes that are just glittering yeah and this is one of absolutely I'm gonna miss we're not gonna get to
"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Full 48
"Is isn't a defensive player Roscoe? Yeah. You should seen something about. Oscar Robertson, and Jerry Sloan. Oscar jury west I wish I could've been sitting on the bench just to watch. You know, I couldn't those are some serious battles. When people people don't remember that or they don't talk about it. But those were the days. One other issue on threats to here before we wrap up. But I think you came out the day basically saying that you favor on some limit some level the age minimum that guy's needing to polish their skills before they come into the NBA. Obviously this has been framed a lot in a lot of debates or over the years. It's been framed as a player empowerment issue or a right to work issue. A issue of basically work freedom. And yet, you're you're kind of on the other side on this one. No, I somebody needs to support their family and. College material they should be able to go into the developmentally. But I don't think that a player under twenty one years old is really ready for the NBA six years, and I coached with the Lakers. I mean these guys coming in. I knew certain type of guys would have like two phones and XBox notebooks. No understanding of the game. I'm here. I made it, you know, and they didn't they don't really get dip professional life is just starting and they have a lot of things to learn and a lot of discipline to develop before they're going to you know, that's what I'm talking about. I have nothing against him. You know coming into making some money, but just not straight to the NBA itself that maybe really have something to offer. I mean, we're getting close to the point where the G league has. I think it's the twenty seven teams. And so they're gonna get to thirty within the next eighteen months, potentially. So you'll have. Thirty G league teams associated with thirty NBA franchises. And maybe that will open the path then to listen, we don't need an age limit. But just because we draft you doesn't mean you're coming straight to the show. Right. I think that that is a better approach because these one and done guys have have ruined college basketball caused isn't what it was going. I was so happy Villanova and Wisconsin recently, and they come to determine juniors and seniors and they play a really mature thought out game. That's what I like to see in a college game. And I hope more hope they make it possible for that to develop and, you know, don't want to keep young talented guys from making the money that they might need to make. But maybe they can sign that contract. Pro baseball has a great thing. You can sign your pro contract still finished college. If you want to or you can come right into the pros. I think he, you know, having. That you know. In a major league baseball has the minor league. They can send people that don't wanna go to college. I think the NBA can can develop a program like that that'll satisfy everybody's issues. Yeah. No you strike the right balance. You know, we always talk about some of the guys who went straight from high school to the NBA great success stories, and they were Kobe Bryant, Tracy McGrady Germaine O'Neil. But as I always point out. None of them were actually ready his rookies, it took them a couple years before they got to the level. That is the NBA supposed to develop talent. While still trying to win games and develop a young guys along the way because that's what it's become now. Whereas back in the day back in your day. When guys, you know went for four years or even even like, Michael Jordan went three years shack went two years. But guys came in certainly more, polished more or any for mature more understanding that they got a system to learn it got some skills that they gotta develop they might not possess at that time, and too many kids coming in, you know. On the star..
"jerry sloan" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"I love that yeah hi this shoot the wrong jerry sloan wanted to kill him all night it was against the jazz it was one of the few games at the cat the only one seventeen against one of the great stories about that was that the last game of the season the cazin nuggets had been quote unquote jockeying for the world's worst spot and the cavs he if they they'd find like the nuggets had la it can unfortunate win like the second to last day of the season may pulled one win ahead of the cavs so the cavs i think finished season against the raptors and they just had had to finish route and they they won the last night of the season two lost i like a three percent the i think they would have had 25 percent chance to win and instead they had a 22 percent chance because they ended up winning the tie and like that was so classic cavs of that era that's a game there absolutely had to lose they want no demands had a similar situation the year delivers the shack draft and obviously they did not get shack i'm trying to think i'd go after i go back and look sooner they gotta the mavericks back in the gloomy 90s hasn't horrible lottery luck others one of a great moment mounting yeah i mean like i said tank he's gone so the taking some of his lately obvious like although um david nawada who they put in the started lab tonight how back a great game tonight i think one of the as gives his career and way unlikely that was a great tank loss for the bowl's because they had some word promised thinks and younger as porter's had 38 4 too early loss by one so they had a great tank lost night fayette pauses huge comeback against the thunder and we lose at the buzzer but the big kings and although zibo envinced korir kinda qian hoping so that doesn't play.
"jerry sloan" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"I just like other i like honoring jerry sloan i these great he's amazing easa he's very near and dear to jazz fans hearts obviously it's always it's always heartwarming asleep at the game so i enjoyed that may maybe i'd go backing give him ma coach of the year one year or like five years yeah what was the fact that he never one is wild given what four or five of them uh how i problem revolution probably should get specific players of world that's a great handle it is what would be the plot of a faceoff in con air crossover movie her bray do you know the plots of faceoff and or crossover and or counter was done explain them to me i know conair faceoff i know vaguely i know nick cages them both so who had nick cage be um the accommodation of so here's what i think happens it guys and bad guys yeah i think these batum is upright he's that will he's both betty and good him faceoff that's kinda the conundrum of the whole deal is that his v plays to different people with the same but but under the same face right yeah um i think i think the i think the way to do it is there's another flight with with with criminals on um we find out that caster troy who is nick cage and face off who's a criminal mastermind we find out that he didn't actually spoiler alert for the ninety ninety six movie he doesn't die 1987 silica he doesn't die castletroy is is safe and they're and they're they're moving them to a maximum security prison.