14 Burst results for "Joe Jelly"
"joe jelly" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"So they've made a conscious decision basically to retire this number even though it's not officially retired so it's kind of a gray area. I'm glad they're not doing this. With era maybe no one has between two thousand when he retired two thousand sixteen and now no one's warranted wearing number thirteen. No one's maybe asked for number thirteen but if they didn't do it for joey gallo a thing that okay here's another unofficial retired number now. That question is out the window. They could still retire it if they want to. In ten years for whatever reason if if the team sucks. They need to sell joe jelly. When joey gallo becomes a yankee hero. Joey gallo wins the to two thousand twenty one world series with a walk off in the bottom of the night then. Yes retirement thirteen for joey. Gallo c. that would be a twist. That would be a twist in the history books here. If joey gallo came over and just absolutely annihilated the competition and won a couple world series. While he's here and then they retarded for joey gallo. That would be interesting but my point is. I'm just not as much of a hater as you are. But i'm just glad that we're not getting another unofficial retired number. Because i think those are bullshit either retired the number or don't retire the number. Let's not have this wishy washy crap as have retired numbers as it is. Okay like probably don't need to be retiring more numbers unless it's absolutely warranted but you just throw your record lovers. He's not warranted. But you also just got finished saying that you're okay with the way that they're doing number twenty one. No i didn't i didn't say i'm okay with it. I said i don't like it. I would just want them to make a decision either retire officially or or. Don't or give it out don't have it this unofficial thing. What are we doing here. Like bernie williams got his number retired Obviously jeeter mario andy pettitte okay. You want to lump polo neil. I have no problem with that. He was a he didn't grow up in the system so like maybe that's the the difference there but he was on all those world series teams. He was the unofficial captain. He was beloved. the warriors. Like all that stuff. If that's enough to retire the number just put it up in monument park. Don't don't do this thing you're doing if colonial gets retired. Does that mean tino has to get retired. No no i don't know so because polo neal is there no it's not it's actually not that close polo neal. Was there before eighteen. O you wanna batting title with the yankees. And he was considered the captain. Basically of the team before derek. Jeter okay. i mean that doesn't mean anything. The 'cause that's an also mattingly was there until ninety four so no nine ninety ninety five last year. But i'm saying that ninety six season when coming. Tina i'm a i love. You'll like is the captain thing before is just not a false narrative and i love tino but i'd say i'd say on like the one to one hundred meter say tinos like eighty-eight o'neill's a ninety nine ers loved from yankees fans. I think you're a little biased here. Because you love paul o.'neil that much. I think neil's will o.'neil is there also because he's also part of the yes network. It's also been a thing. He's been a broadcaster now for a long time to that help. We don't need to get on this. My point is that if you if you go to o'neill then you gotta look pretty closely at a guy pretty soon. We're going to be retiring lewis. Just were just do the whole team just through the whole team. Scott brosius luis sojo. That's but graham. Lloyd fettered off the field chad. Curtis don't don't retire check. That's not do that. People have worn twenty four since tino robbie connecticut right anyway we got down that rabbit hole. Obviously great that they finished the sweep..
"joe jelly" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist
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"joe jelly" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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This is america's sports talk show sports byline usa. Here's ron paul. Westhead is with us talking a little basketball. And if you have a chance. I again recommend that you check out the speed game. My fast times in basketball. I got to know the speed game when i was doing the university of san francisco basketball broadcasts and of course he was at loyola marymount down in los angeles area. Tell me about how you came up with. The system started in the seventy s. When i was at lasalle i wanted to play a faster. Game then was in style. Then even cochrane's he played and taught a little more control style. So i wanted to open it up I had two players due to accommodate that. I had point guard named charlie. Wise was lightning fast. I had joe jelly bean bryant kobe. Data's my high fine running forward. So i i i. I had composition of players who who wanted to play a little quick. Also in those summers in the seventies i went to puerto rico and coached in san juan and puerto rican players. Love the run. So i was looking for a running team and they said coach. You founded so combo. And i also Medic coach sonny allen from dominion university. Who showed me his system and its final worse me. Paul you have to be a little crazy. This and i said i'm a little crazy. I can handle that so all. I'm your band. Got me going. yeah yeah. What was the aha moment. Paul when you realized that this could be a successful system in college basketball. Well it's simmered for a while on a different jobs. So when i was eventually at loyola marymount university in los angeles and I had hank gathers and bo kimble as transfers from usc and coreygaines transfer from ucla with van together They made the running game. Go so much better so faster. And then i started to court press with them and that was the moment that pressing defense and the fast break Was just celebrating. We shot in five seconds. We made the opposition shooting five seconds. So the game changed. It was not normal basketball ever again. That's interesting because i always felt in watching your games and doing the broadcast that you were dictating the tempo of the game not reacting to your opponents efforts to dictate the tempo of the game was i correct in that observations. Yes you're absolutely correct. Before i put the defense in Just kind of on a whim you know we would fast-breaking shooting five seconds and the other team would come down and take thirty thirty five to shoot. So there was no pace. It was it was fast to slow fast. Slow so with the defense full court. It was fast fast fast fast and therein changed everything you know. It was interesting paul. A lot of people said. Wow this is helter skelter. But i never felt that way. I thought that there was a discipline to what you were doing. Offensively and defensively. What wasn't that the others were not seeing when it came to the system. Think the other saw the game. Different than desktop ball was being played universally especially in the united states of america. So they said the game. We're playing the game. we just played. No one ever played like that so this was crazy. This was not acceptable. So many coaches Disapproved because it broke the mold of how everyone thought basketball should be played. Let's talk about. Hank gathers invoke kimball the two of them together The system make the players or did the players make the system. Was the players always determine what you do and how well you do. I mean i was committed to this running game. I don't it out to them and in my career many times players say they want to run and then when it comes down to it. They rejected this team. This team of anc as folk kimball. Jeff fryer They didn't reject it. They embraced it and once they were in the system took off. Tell me a little bit about both of these guys because you get them in the program of course transferred from usc and really worked well from the very beginning. What was it that you saw in each them. That gave you some confidence.
"joe jelly" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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More often be as I need you know I drive places I like people screaming and yelling at cashiers in the cashiers screaming and crying yelling back I see people just losing their minds. and. Yeah. I'm to certain extent them sort of losing my mind I mean I think everyone sort of going a little crazy But Yeah I just I just enjoy watching these confrontation videos. Anchor. Our children have to wear them in school. Her I'm not here to debate your loss get better audio what the? Public Service announcement foes Tangy. Don't work. We're GONNA keep them on until they tell us to. Vaccine. House Dang without a maxine, you can't take off your mass. This is the Joe Jelly. He's wearing one hundred Thompson glasses but citizen journalists news. I gotta say like I don't like it when these mask. Cultists, yell and scream at you for not wearing a mask. So I mean is, is it like? Is it basic courtesy to you know to to not do that to them right because Verse Plenty of Times that. 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"joe jelly" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"Kobe's playing behind Eddie Eddie Jones. Kobe started immediately so he's playing by any Jones. I see him in the nineteen ninety-seven schick rookie game of course whereas like he feels like his. This is coming out party. You look at the roster of the of his side of the Schick rookie game and it was Hamon Sheriff Abderrahim. Everybody else was on the other side with home home with Alan Iverson. Were being coached by Red Alibek happened into gun in Cleveland Soul Right Alabama losses voice. When a game starts Allen Iverson goes up the right Alabama says? I just WanNa shake your hand. Because coach John John Thompson has been telling me stories about you and Bill Russell teaching him to be the coach in a man he is today so I just WanNa shake the hand of the man that taught talk to game and read outback is like wow now. Red Auerbach's team gene. Has Alan Iverson on it Ray Allen on it Antoine Walker of the Celtics on it and Marcus Camby on it. Oh and Kerry kittles Loaded team and I think like Vitelle Potapenko Kobe's team is again him Sherie Abderrahim Unlike Matt Maloney. Some of the cats like I really don't remember who's on that team. Oh Derek Fisher. So let team is like Darfur did really well again to largely because Kobe on but that team was but Kobe puts on a show. He's Dunkin shooting threes driving through the hole and it gets to be a point where in a timeout Alan Iverson tails the rest of the team. Yoga stop stop letting shit man. Kobe just turned shit to his own his own. Like highlights show and businesses. And right out back. I lost my voice. I lost my voice so he's Sounding like Doc rivers and Alan Iverson took over the whole the whole time out then Kobe's and a slam dunk contest. I Know Apple. I'm hearing stories about Kobe. Won Back when I was at Morgan state because I went to Morgan state with two guys from Lower Merion and you're telling me stories about hanging out with him and being at his house about the play coach K. and coach K.. Calls about the play coach K.. Because one of them was like really and I didn't know at the time to Kobe actually was leaning towards going to Duke. Then you think about the fact that I'm Kobe. Bryant was so single minded that he wanted to study and be the best and and he was obsessed with being the best studied. Guys like Bruce Lee and Michael Jordan and all the greats Larry Bird all the greats to play games. Because when you're outside of a culture you focus on it all the more so. Kobe wasn't in America when he started as a kid he was in Italy. They didn't televise games unless they were really big overseas at the time game wasn't global like it is now so he would get VHS tapes. I believe in care care packages or his father had them. Follow was Joe Jelly Bean Bryant former seventy sixer and his uncle was also NBA player Or cousin and he used to study these tapes and washed stadium over and over again and practice practice practice until finally he got stateside and then he was an outsider again so we had to constantly prove himself and he had to like study study and figure out how to do this and how to be the best and he would challenge himself and get to the point where people used to say when Kobe was in a game and the team was up he would let the the other team come back so he would have a challenge of trying to win the game. He would try to figure out the way to make the best past for or or on score and a situation that seemed like he couldn't do it how to get to the whole in a certain situation in one dribble. I hadn't had a go to full corner fast-break with no dribbles just passes. He created these scenarios in his head. That might never happen just in case they do so he was prepared prepared for it. He asked questions. He played against pros in high school. We will go to seventy six plaque practices as a high schooler. And play these guys scrimmage these guys he learned how to drive from I think Sharon who let them driver's car and a parking lot or something like that so everybody knew mm Kobe was coming. It wasn't a secret if you knew anything about basketball. You knew Kobe Bryant was coming. I was a fan as much of a fan in as I could be for. Somebody who's a Celtic fan and then came a time where Kobe Bryant came straight in the crosshairs of the Boston Celtics. And that's when everything changed for me. Kobe Bryant was no longer somebody not that I rooted for he was the enemy. He stopped fucking DIS. He switched over to Nike starting into two thousand playoffs. The Boston Celtics and Lakers were on a collision course. I believe the previous season win. Shaquille O'Neal gives a Paul Pierce the nickname the truth. After after a game he played versus the Lakers and the two thousand and one two thousand two. MBA season. The Boston Celtics sweep the season series versus the Lakers. The Lakers occurs have eight and thirty four Kobe. Bryant.
"joe jelly" Discussed on Over the Shoulder
"I mean it's to blackboard learning podcast which expected to talk about today dan. How ironic that that we're mandel and we're man down. He said it had a bullet kobdo. Normally 's okay. Okay okay man. I grieve right. I choose to grieve Of course we have to open up the podcast. They own a very sad note As you are already aware Kobe bryant and his daughter has passed away in a tragic helicopter accident. Along with seven other people affecting i think four or five in total This very very heavy heavy situation And i just won't we're gonna take some time to of course you know. Get to the podcast but address. Kobe bryant and his legacy and and in all the pertains even to the creative industry are his his role as an inspiration as a mentor. As a superhero superman. Pretty much gam. Yeah man so Rest in peace and kobe. This is crazy bro. I yeah that's great. You know what i was thinking about. This is gonna fuck you up already fucked up here. Can you name another nba legend. That's did like one of the greatest. Can you name one. That's dead well as really. Yeah bill is still alive bill. Russell steering every live to nick is still alive bro. Jerry west is still alive. I don't know about bob cousy. I mean oscar oscar still alive buysc robinson yes man you know towards live shack alive better world pieces alive somehow alone just joe. Lamar odom is alive. Here's the thing though. But you're like bask- crazy crazy thing is like this man. I off like twenty years of one organization. Yeah there was speculation after that he moved to a number of different teams but he stayed put did down with one organization for twenty years like a lot of us would as millennials. Who can't even fathom doing something like that dedication and commitment to to you know like wearing something like a badge of honor through representing something. That alone is crazy. You talk about those twenty seasons five rings not even counting you know. Deep playoff runs regular seasons championships that he lost to. I believe so. You mean to tell me. Twenty five percent of the time that this man was in the league there. He played in a championship in one right. And that's goes without saying like top five when scoring pasture before he passed and ironically the bronco succeeded him. Talk about that later on. You can talk about sixty point game that they re air which was his final game young. And i remember where i was when that actually happened. Like as a kobe's my favorite player favorite athlete periods favorite athlete entrepreneur up there to the best sixty point game in the last game. Bro to that in encapsulated is that a word capsulated in a the fool mama mentality man like at all times with every resource that you have given you all right like pass the ball okay or not like we are. We are going to greatness naked. Get in the car or not like it is what it is and to be just as a when i was a boy and like you're saying always favorite teams. He always like the bad guys seem real area. The when i became a man. Put away those boys things. And i respect by the time koby retired. I had so much respect for kobe. Bryant i teared up those last few minutes of their sixty points because you can see it in him is the same face that he made when he towards the kelly's and he's shooting free throws away the same faces when he was making. His team was trashed but he was still putting up thirty four forty point. tonight's going. oh my god wami brown days. He wasn't fran targeting. The coach like whoever is the same. Is that same. That sixty points was the same mentality pushed pushing through. You could just tell his body. Was it his legs. Weigh three hundred pounds of still listening to push himself the court to put up fifty shots and scored sixty points in the last night to leave the whole crowd bewildered people with people we always hear about like the started from the bottom stories. I'm still kind of black legends. Or you know. They came from humble beginnings grinding me. But what. I also appreciate and thought was dope about kobe was. That wasn't necessarily the case for him three his father. You know joe jelly. Bean bryant wright played in the league played overseas. Kobe was actually born in ilian majority of his life between philly. And you know a little bit of well. Majority of his life in italy and a little bit affiliate. I didn't know he was sixteen when he came up right So he was a talion so but most of the time like somebody who's made it Usually the the next generation is nearly a toss up right whether they're gonna turn out and how they got to wherever they got. New generation starts hard right so even if they get to the same level as their parents like you know you can call nepotism into play so many other things like whether it has valid or not but with kobe. You can't tell me that everything that he received in in his baseball career and in his professional career was not earned. This man put diligent hours in the gym. I mean i mean. We're pretty much repeating the same things that you've been on the time line and on tv day. In and day. Alfred past seventy two hours like. But i'm glad that this is really coming to light instead of just like a basketball twitter three conversations. Not just basketball is so pervasive like like work ethic like what that really means is like heat. Not only did he put his. You know the required hours in and show up on time and all that he arrived early and he left later than everybody is. He was disciplined his eating habits. Sleeping habits designate. You find out later designating time force families right. It was very intentional about very intentional. To the point of his demise is deep. real deep. man is real. yeah the work. Nobody talks about work ethic more by nobody. Reveres work ethic more than people do when it came in kobe. Bryant again. Like you said people have been. You're going to keep saying the same thing. I hope this conversation goes on forever. You know just as long as possible but one of these things. When when the stars dies stars died one of my favorite things to do is to watch black people grieve because this is my favorite shit to watch gallo competitive. I had to drive my little post in may of course of course people are scheduling People are scheduling the releases of their statements. per se people are being extra with the List donate to the foundation list. Make kodo the logo. Let's rename the nba. kobe. I mean i i kind of with the logo joint the logo i asked you i asked you name a star that died and you can't. That's why they should change logo. You gotta it's very simple. I mean jerry west. He had a great run as an executive but on a in a league. Where night is like. It's like. Fifty percents niggers worry about saying european. Nigga say it's fifty percent niggers.
"joe jelly" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Right welcome back to the show. Eleven twelve here in downtown San Francisco to twelve in New York and it's seven twelve in London. Romance of Star Lines are open wherever you are one. Eight hundred hundred eight seventy eight play big shots that troops listening to American forces. Let's go down to the lone star state where the stars at night are big and bright hard. Houston what's up Christian. What do you think about dusty? Baker looks like he might be the skipper there. Nothing Merck missed it settle. How are you there to be honest? I don't know what to think about dusty Baker. I mean yeah the fact that the fact that there are very very few managers of Color Major League Baseball being hired these days. Joking is just crazy but I don't really know what the thing about. Dusty Baker considered the fact that they can truly remember about him with the fast food giant the world series which is down achievement fails okay. Oh yes I went to all seven of those games actually and he took was a wrestler tease out and he gave him the game ball and an a meltdown on by Robin and Felix Hernandez and others. It was It was a sad day because the giants thought that this was our shot. We're never getting back Jack. Sure sure back in one dollars even your title eight years later. They were back in I and they not only won one but they wanted to more within five years it was pretty crazy with anything. Dusty Baker gives that team just instant credibility. Not only someone who's been a multiple the manager of the year but a a likable guy players manager. And someone who had nothing to do with what went on there the last few years. Well the I I can only hope that when it comes down to him being hired by dash do that he can make the team. Continue to A credible and relevant you know that's all I can think I know that he's a three time then Germany here but I can only hope that he can continue to make eighteen means. Don't make the astros great again. Come on let's go that far. I mean that'd be a better way of saying Maga- right make astros great again. Every time I hear that particular catchphrases catchphrases just make me physically range. But yeah a dusty Baker's GonNa continue to make the astro rates. I don't WanNa say no doubt what else. What else on your mind? My friend another thing I want to talk about. I know he's been eating eating at people in the state of California since it happened over forty eight hours ago but when you think about the legacy undefeated Kobe Bryant has left behind and I know I heard from local sources that back in the day when Joe Jelly Bean Bryant minutes Delta's the NBA career with rocket. Kobe was shooting jumpers at a young age at what used to be the Houston summited. Now Joe Teams. How awesome deal is that right? They've turned out into Joel Stern. I didn't know he took place over. Wow Yeah but the house the PUCK. Yeah I know he's he's money. Hungry put the point of the matter is about Kobe. Bryant's legacy I mean the five NBA Championships two Olympic gold medals and Baltimore Time Topless minutes on the Basketball Court uh-huh compared to his role as being a father to three. Actually think. Four women for Young Lemon now three think that sales in comparison to I mean do you think is a topic which meant only Pale comparison to personalize the NFL. And all that well listen. I don't know I didn't know the man but it seemed like he really loved his daughters others he was really into them and People are far more important than any game now. He did touch a lot of people on the inspired a lot of people in his game. But obviously people are more important didn't then Then just a game but this is something that You know I kind of liken it to an lady Di died in a car crash in Paris Everyone around the world had love and every every athlete around the world like even the soccer team. I follow like everybody on the team. He had come to London. and He'd toward toured the stadium at Tottenham. He took pictures with a lot of the players. And but he's he's known throughout the world. I mean you have teams you got the Mavericks there that are GonNa Retire Number Twenty Four. I mean that's how that's how big he was. Obviously yeah I mean for all four major sports leagues the NBA The NFL The NHL Major League baseball at least post even small tribute to him like notable twitter. Politics is just phrasing be out. Toby has revolutionized look in general and pop culture to know. There's no doubt out I mean he was It's I had a it's funny. It came out today that he had filed for a trademark for Mamba. Sita That he was gonNA use for Jonah. It's very sad and then when you see the pictures of Elissa Altobelli also thirteen her teammate. And then hearing hearing about the assistant coach Matthews forgot her first name but but she died in the crash and she was a She had three real little kids as well. I mean it's just it's a mouser. What Mazar that's it? Thank you not Mathews houser that I mean it just it just just keeps getting worse and worse than and no one person is more important than any other. We know that. But it's just I mean this would have been national news regardless of who was on it news on the terrible tragedy. Yeah but beyond that suggests makes us regular people. Even you know outside died of wanting landscape just jerry shaw days even long because you never know when that moment might have you know. There's no doubt..
"joe jelly" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Who can and help you navigate the unexpected talk to a state farm agent today so today is different and everyone knows why the tragic death of Kobe Bryant on Sunday A and normally? This is always the Chris. Long Ryen Russillo show and we'd put together the side the of doing some kind of off topic things just didn't feel right today and we're going to go ahead and just do a straightforward super bowl podcast. That's GONNA come out on Wednesday. I'm headed out of Miami late. Tuesday night I get in really really late Wednesday morning most so I'll be there for a few days. He's doing some of the ringer stuff and That's the plan will have one more. PODCASTS will have three this week scheduled for the Ryen Russillo show. Today's game plan Mike to Rico who called Kobe's Kobe's final game is going to join us in. ESPN's reentering that final game at nine eastern. And we're GONNA talk with Bobby Marx who was in the nets front office and and was sent out on a scouting assignment to watch high school. Kobe Bryant Before that draft in Nineteen ninety-six. But I'M GONNA start with this week's open the Kobe story. Sorry is unbelievably sad. It's tragic. It's all of those things and I'm sad probably like a lot of your sad where it's it's an awful all story I didn't know him I interviewed him. I think once and it was compel and that was really the only reason we got him kind of a fun little back and forth and and you know everybody processes stuff differently and I do think that you know being sad on on TV radio. I mean that's the way you feel. It's the way you feel and it's and it's not that I'm sad. I just wanted to do something a little different in talk about him in historian kind of the three part deal where it was him at the beginning him as the player and then him at the end of his career. And and you know. It's one of those deals. Where every one of us you listening right now? Kobe fan or not a Kobe Fan. You're going to remember where you were when when you got that news because I got a text from somebody the screen shot. TMZ Kobe Bryant Dad helicopter crash. And I'm like no way no way not Kobe Bryant. That's this guy's invincible. Like that's not gonNA happen. It's like that line from Donnie BRASCO. Where they're like? How does John Wayne Die? That doesn't happen and so as the news filtered through the day A and you're wherever you are and it probably stalled you a little bit And you don't have to be a father to feel terrible about all the news that kept coming hang out learning more and more about him losing his daughter the other families involved Just awful it goes without saying I mean every one of us and we have a really weird thing in this society where we can be Really vicious but we also are incredibly compassionate were immediately compassionate and almost almost overwhelmingly so and so you know most people are sad today. I don't I don't think that's that's necessarily breaking news but I remember the first time I heard about Kobe and this is really what I wanted to focus on today and I remember the first time I heard about him because I was a huge draft guy. Even when I wasn't a draft guy I was just a kid in college. I was twenty years old in Nineteen Ninety six and I love the NBA draft. For whenever I can I remember. I don't even know why you know I would get the newspaper and then I would write it out in my little notebook. I'd write down all the picks in order when I already had it right there in the newspaper but I just like doing it so I just always loved the draft okay. The draft is my favorite day of the year. It just I love it and when Kevin Garnett came out of high school the year prior the Garnett story was who does this guy think he is right like he can do this. A lot of very outdated things things. Things became immediately wrong. I would say at least halfway through Garnett's for a season you know what it would have been ascended not let this guy play in the NBA. Right Way He was the first high school guy to do. The jump happened a long time. There have been a handful of others that had done it if you go back to the pre NBA Aba merger basically the reason the NBA change their early withdrawal rules or there early entry. The draft rules is because the ABA was ahead and do it and in the NBA before they they lightened up the rules the NBA had a thing where you actually had to apply apply for a financial hardship waiver to leave college early. Even do it and if you think that way like without that's ridiculous like hey we're broke broke. Well how broke. Are you prove how broke you ought to be able to come into the MBA. And then it's always a lesson in life like in the seventies. You may have been if you were. You know where you're at. Now Oh consciously you may have just thought well okay that makes sense because that's just the way it was always done and so in Garnett made this jump was who's this guy think. He is and then when Kobe did it. It was entirely different and information didn't just move slow and nineteen ninety-six. It didn't move. It was incomplete and all I knew about Kobe was what I read. The first time might heard about him and that was really leading up to the draft. And it's like wait a minute. A perimeter player a six six six five guy. Yeah I know. His Dad played in the pros for eight years but this guy is going to go into the NBA BA draft. Like it's one thing when big do it it's one thing. When it's Moses Malone and Kevin Garnett but Koby Bryant like come on? Who's this guy doing? His his high school gym announcement with Sunglasses on. He's going to the promised brandy. Boys the men show up to the high school announcement. ESPN WASHINGTON POST NEW YORK. Times are all there and because it was new and because it was something we hadn't accepted even though Garnet had done it the year before because Kobe was a perimeter player doing it. None of us thought it would work. It just wasn't right right. And that's off of none of us being able to watch any of his games because even though the Internet technically existed it wasn't like you were downloading any second spectrum or synergy videos of Kobe. Toby like you just. It was all word of mouth was all reading different things so I was going back last night and again this morning going back and reading all this stuff. When Kobe I came back to the states? Middle of eighth prayed for him and then he enrolls in Lower Merion high school. PA So he's back the youngest of three His father has you know Jelly. Bean Brian American LaSalle all played the pros and went to Italy and play for like another year. So Kobi comes back fluent Italian and then he enrolls in school and I was going back and reading some of the preview stuff from the enquirer going all the way back to Kobe freshman year and it said in the preview centrally lower Marion's best player a guy named Gary Kelly was offset by the arrival level of a talented young prospect. Here's the actual quote. Kelly is playing at a junior college again. This Gary Kelly in Maryland. But the ACE's appear to have come up with another blossoming marquee player. Kobe Bryant son of Joe Jelly Bean Bryant. The former Lasalle all American it talked about his range in his passion for the game And then he scored the eighteen game as a freshman on the varsity his sophomore year. He's twenty two and ten his junior season. He led the ace to its first Central League Championship. In twenty years. He had forty thirty two points in the game. They lost in the state tournament though his senior year he averaged thirty one points. Twelve boards seven assists four blocks four steals a game and then won the state class four for a title as a senior but then it was way I might go pro and there are rumors about where he was going to go. Remember when I lived in in Trenton Princeton that area and that's all philly. It's that's not. That's not the New York version of Jersey. That's affiliate of Jersey and Kobe was a legend. You know six years later that was oh two and there are guys that are like he's GonNa go to LaSalle. We gotta think he was going to go to Lasalle and I was going through some of the reaction. A lot of the reaction was much like me as a twenty year. Old Uninformed Guy I may be uninformed out forty four but this is what I do for a living. I was just a twenty year old. Who read a sports illustrated article? That'd be sitting there with my buddies going. While this Kobe's I'll be thirty. This isn't gonNA work. Was the perimeter player like come on. And here's a quote from John Jennings who was the Celtics. Then director of Basketball Development HIS CO.. Oh I think it's a total mistake Kevin Garnett. WHO's the best high school player I ever saw? I wouldn't have advised him to jump in the NBA. and Kobe is no Kevin Garnett. That's true. Kobe isn't Kevin Garnett Galway's different he's different dude and it was apparent pretty early on even though not playing major minutes. It's you just saw something. I've always talked about this evaluating players right like body movements and just smoothness I choppy and robotic players. Guys that are just. Everything's like a thought out you can see like in the player's brain where they're thinking about where they're gonna put their foot and then they put it and you just go okay. You're just not that Guy Kobe's the opposite fluid range well rounded and then real and when Kobe said by the away the quote was taking my talents to the NBA. Little shoutout or precursor to Lebron's decision Miami Iverson who was in that ninety six draft. Apparently Kobe work out John. Lucas would have them work. Lucas working for the sixers at the time and Lucas I guess said retroactively or not. He was like I would have taken Kobe. Number One There's no way any philly fans at that. Time would have been happy if they'd taken a kid even their own guy out of a p a high school Number one instead of Allen Iverson but this is also so part of it because it got into well. Kobe doesn't need the money he likes school. He's a good student. Why wouldn't you go to school for a little bit and it's like no I'm GonNa go to the NBA and and what we didn't realize at that time with Kobe was like now this is? This is the preview to who this guy is going to be for twenty years in the League. He's not going to be somebody that you can tell what to do. And he's probably GONNA prove you wrong every time you tell him he can't do something and ninety six when Iverson did a ten year fifty million dollar deal with Reebok which has since changed over different times. Kobe did a six year deal. That was worth up to forty eight millon with Adidas and we all remember those early Kobe Adidas than of course he went over to to Nike Aqui..
"joe jelly" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Sports and great tickets I would be the fan Kobe didn't interview with with our buddy rich Eisen and rich asked about coming back because you know I'd mention that when I first got a text message yesterday afternoon saying did you I can't believe the Kobe news might bring jump to what's that all right I hope it's that he's coming back little did I know was gonna be this horrific horrible tragedy with him in eight other people the rich asked him how long ago was this I think it was it within the last six months I'd guess about ever coming back to play because Michael came back to play we've seen athletes do it in various sports back a couple times really he did the first one I don't even count while because the first one was in real retirement we can always come around but this was I don't want to get into yes this is from August twenty eighteens actually year and a half ago and Colby gave a very interesting answer on why there's no chance he would ever come back and play basketball for us after this is really how to transition from that right and I was really personal about it I really do about school that is the truth challenge of finding what comes next find someone to love to do every bit as much as you love your first passion that is challenge for us and I think a fortune force athletes we've been pigeonholed into thinking that we can only be one thing so when I retire by is a okay used to competitive is not going to do them so is going to have to come back I took that as a personal challenge Jim sake I'm this one dimensional person all I know is how to troubleshoot the ball in play basketball compete at that level such as a personal challenge I will never come back to the game ever I'm here to show people that we can do much more than that and cream his business with an Oscar and Emmy in any bills or things are showing other athletes that come after don't know there's more to the story I saw whenever it's not even a flavor of thought about that incident good answer it's a great day I like that so he's almost a competitor saying I'm gonna promoted by doing wrong right and look at Michael Jordan and what he's done and he's in the owner of an NBA basketball team that sold I mean and the business is that he is performed over the years so you know that's the thing there's so many sad aspects of the store in obvious the number one thing is innocent young people losing their lives especially kids it's just it's heartbreaking to think about it make you want to just find your son and daughter because our best friend person you're not friends with just hog but it's also what more we could be seen from Kobe Bryant it's interesting Kendrick Perkins is coming out in sixty minutes and Kendrick Perkins yesterday tweeted at Kevin Durant you know remember we were having fun a couple of weeks ago about Perkins in the rain going out on Twitter and Perkins fire all very emotional tweets saying basically whatever I did to you I wanna be friends again essentially almost that this was a reminder that small things that calls rifts between former teammates in this case or friends are just so minimal when you look at how precious life can be it is unfortunate that when tragedy happens we think that's the that time we start to think about that kind of stuff but it's so true answer reminder how precious life can be does a great answer that was courtesy of the rich Eisen show so good question by rich in a fascinating answer by the great Kobe Bryant Ryan is in breezy point at Bryant right now are you right hello Ryan is not his area Mike in total what Hey Mike Mike what's up Hey guys thanks for taking my call yeah yesterday was Mr really rough reminder that you know each day the gas demo tomorrow never guaranteed at eleven you just mentioned I got a one year old son and I know that a huggable tire last night before going to bed and yeah the question I had was and you know I don't know the logistics of setting up the scheduling at all but when it comes to it's just like having like you said it seems like the news came out and then the players were on the court you know then you could you could tell that the culture didn't want to be there the players didn't want to be there the announcers they want to be there I mean I tuned in to a little bit of the games and it was it was really really hard to watch I didn't wanna watch it turned off a little while you know you just so I didn't know it was it was a really have been that big of a deal for them to reschedule or logistically with an impossible I don't think anything's impossible Mike but you would have been logistically very very difficult that's why I think the reason and to say that the reason but I think that's why the decision was made that's why despite people calling up with good intentions of this is good for healing and I want to be around other basketball fans may be true and does come from a good place I think the real reason they decide to play yesterday is because of the logistics of it right right right you know if all you've got to do is think about the Nixon that's that's the the simple is for us well the Nixon at some place tonight so in an answer is well what about tonight the gardener must not be invented the garden I don't know a if there is an event that I don't know maybe even if there were ranges are planned we do know that at least for another six days five days even if there was no event tonight at the garden if the Nixon that's played tonight the Knicks would be forced to play three straight nights which doesn't happen in the NBA now so that way to lock out your time we saw that that's correct yeah so I mean we have to see her go through that Nick in that schedule and I'm sure it's logistically off I had a hard time watching basketball after that I like that I did watch somebody Nick Nick game but you know I I really had a difficult time it was impossible really I have to you know going into this weekend besides the fun stuff I was going to do with my family there were two things are looking forward to the royal rumble and that's next because I always tell you we can only have a net fan I can't stand the Knicks all I wanna do is be the next obvious that that happened a lot this year was to to and when this news broke it was said to my wife I said I have zero interest in this game that I can think about a minute Nicki can even go through my head now did I watch all forty eight minutes of course I did but they will not be in into a man and now I look like I was I will tell you I watched a golf yesterday and said okay I'm gonna go right to the soul from right go right over to the basketball game and I didn't know it now I watched I watched the a lot of the fourth quarter but it was hard I when I just you know my my head was in it to win anymore none of it really stop something out of it no doubt okay let me say this about Madison Square Garden the New York Knicks it really did an excellent job tonight normally the idea of them taking the garden lights and lighting it up in later colors would make your skin crawl this case it was so well done the twenty four second clock Byerly numbers down on a court date yeah Lakers thing on the court and you know what else they did the Knicks Madison Square Garden very small thing they stopped playing music during the game I didn't even notice it yeah and I think that was to match the sunburn is right I think we all had to do that all the time but well that's a different voice in the new tragedy for him to stop playing music yeah that's a different story altogether right right I thought that the Knicks in the garden a great job last night in trying to do its best to to remember Kobe Bryant but I play the games it happens accounted well that's missed the playoffs by one game they lost that game you know accounts of the standings but it was very difficult to watch last night I was talking to a friend of mine dissect lose big nets fan to we felt the same way I was like yeah we're usually really into these net net games and it was just yeah I understand I like I said it was ought to watch basketball yep Pete in Pennsylvania Haiti Pete our you Donald going on what's up man some men if you guys in the midday aren't that bad but two things one I Joe you probably don't think your member member too much but joke right as it might be a driving like just that and now he's a big that'll be without drought right guard you know Nansei have enough to remember I remember when I was I was really young yeah and it was very tough to kind of wrap my head around it but so I I do remember but in a different way that you remain yes yeah that was my guy that I like a lot of people go to your husband Mike I love watching this is it it hit home real quick but but do you brought up every product calamari I was there at that track I know but it was in the middle and actually one that could be a trap that Gary and all that but I was the noble commonly called police that Calgary police get Colby but I don't think Kobe wanted it that was gonna clean generally is gonna find Jersey wanted only go to LA I think dog house wrote this fourth trades and yes that's right want to devote a lot in the back and draft at the at the inn in Jersey yeah you say continental right now was there an extended three first round picks that's right turned out to be not one worsening next Walter McCarty John Wallace and Dante Jones yes at the state yes three legends of course yes yeah I I can't blame Kobe Bryant for not wanting to be on the New Jersey nets in that moment in that time but Kobe was in a good spot you know because I think at the time they were floating the idea that Kobe could go plane Europe if you was in in a price right wanted to play I was born in Italy when is when Italy yeah when reed Joe jelly ream a jelly bean Bryant yeah was playing in Italy at that point he was in.
"joe jelly" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"To take route last Wednesday weren't rolling or in Florida virtual school which you'll be fine he's a very bright kid just like a brother and she'll she'll get by find it it's a shame that her life has to be upended twice it's unfair it it looks from my perspective decent people would not have put this in that position it is almost to me like you you're trying to destroy my family at this point you've got me down you've got your blue to my throat you can stop now we went you don't have to take it out on the rest of the kids so that that I think can you give me a little angrier than than than any of this other stuff because she didn't sort of that does that sound fair no question about it our speaking with Brad Hewlett whose son Bradley in December on December thirteenth was killed at the home of the Tampa police department officer bread bread are you hearing anything from the school that makes any sense of this situation because to the to the untrained ear the fact that these kids are still in school is unfathomable so is far as the direct line you're getting from the school how is it is it even possible that they're still going to school well the the direct line is no comment well there's nothing we can do that's that's the communication that we get on that so most of the other parents but I know that have an issue with that which is there a lot of that it's been a pretty standard email is no comment we really can't say because we don't know who the shooter it's but that kind of falls on deaf ears with us because you're escorting the first week you're escorting the shooters class everyday so obviously do not are we all know that is not a big secret so at the very least all of us here and position it makes it makes no sense to me except for the the rule by the handbook is until they are charged or arrested it's not treated as something that happened on school grounds and that's that's what they're going with I I think it's ridiculous personally yeah but I would put this more on the parents yeah then I would on the school board Frankel no questions the responsibility to keep the kid out of school no question about it yes Mike rotunda something for Brad Hewlett yes well as far as today's day and age with the amount of shooting that happened in precautionary measures as far as the administration has there been no discussions as far as their and endangering other students going to class every single day and there's potentially could do it again I don't I I've not heard in years and I don't know that there were any students that feel at risk and knew someone was speak for any other family I've seen plenty of Facebook because of delays on our justice for Bradley pager on the local area pages but no I don't I don't think that they've applied that standard in this case because if they had they obviously wouldn't allow those students back into the general population the other is a Facebook page justice for Bradley as you would if you want to go look for that it's been very helpful as far as getting information out there and how what you can do to help the family where do we stand right now Brad we we kind of in a holding pattern still just wait for charges to be filed we were hoping I did I did want to address one thing there was an order what article that came out with bay news nine if I'm back please probably some of the worst that checking or lack of fact checking that's ever been done well one of the more expensive things have happened during this whole thing to my family I I wrote a an email in the email I got back was even worse than the article and basically to it back in our lab that we didn't we didn't cooperate that in context is talk with Tampa Bay times this morning we went over our attorney and I went over a draft article that they're doing for later this week and we spent a good part of an hour going through all the data the various attorneys that had given the opposing attorneys at a given their their attention quotes that's that's how I'm a journalist handles things them day nine news articles so so off the wall talking about he was shot in the torso if you read that article you'll notice that the quote or the the ward boys is used they went into the bathroom that insinuates that Bradley may have been in the bathroom he wasn't he was setting up the gaming station and he was gaining when they came and when the king came out with a weapon and shot building and then they use the term accident and when you hear the quotes and I can't say what they are because I don't know what's gonna get printed so when you hear the chords that come out this weekend at Tampa Bay times article from that same attorney it's it's sickening the way this narrative has changed in the way they're trying to scan those and you know at some point was of got it and then I hope I hope I hope the descends which charges made and that way so we have the same thing for you and and I yeah you know all all reiterate again for the millionth time how sorry we are that this happened to you and not on that I am I am honored that you know that we are doing whatever we can do to help shine a little light here and and obviously we're here for is a resource with anything we can do Brad and again to your whole family my deepest condolences that this happened and I hope that you're able to find find peace closure and justice in the not so distant future Sir thanks Sir we should all you guys everything you've done you'll never know the difference it's made in my life I wish I were not here and I I wish we didn't have to deal with but because of people like you it it's at least tenable right now so thank you thank you bye appreciate that we'll talk soon right you too bad that's some heavy duty stuff man and I get the vibe you know not having known Brad up until you know this circumstance that he's really trying to play it on an even keel and not let his mind go to the the conspiracy theories or just the the I think he's he's really trying but we're going to cross the threshold soon where I think things are are are going to be really hard to explain away because it's that the time lapsing the no charges the kids still being in school it work when you put it all together it smells terribly in and I just have to believe that the things are being done right it stinks it stinks that parents wouldn't at least do the right thing when they hear that there is the sister of the kid who was shot and killed who's uncomfortable at school what do you feel a tug at your moral fiber to go Hey listen you probably didn't do this on purpose let's just go ahead and find some alternate schooling for you so that this poor kid sister doesn't have to see you every day knowing you killed her brother how about that I will be a decent human being not to mention a better parent well that's the thing is is I don't know how long the they're not talking thing is is even works because that doesn't seem like that can hold up forever and I mean I understand I'm sure parents want to do it these parents want to do what's best for their children as far as potential criminal charges and getting them lawyers but when does that just moral decency come into play that look at what this family has gone through let's try to rally around them to make the the the hurt stop or at least the not continue it in such a way like he said it himself sensitivity is not a word you would use to describe anything that's come from the family so that that's all I need to know to that you know it's not like everybody's doing the right thing or what best you know there's it's it's gone further than that at this point our number seven two seven five seven nine one a two five I did tell you before the break that there was a complex relationship between Kobe his parents Kobe wrote a letter to his younger self courses being of Kobe Bryant who passed yesterday Kobe Bryant wrote a letter to himself as his older self to his younger self giving himself advice and he said invest in your family and love them but don't let them manage you his parents managed him as a teenager his dad judge Joe jelly bringing being bright was a professional athlete and they didn't rip him off per se but reportedly they were upset because the house that Kobe bought them wasn't big enough or nice enough to their standards so they sold a bunch of his old memorabilia as his parents sold some stuff that he had from his basketball career out from under him selling his memories so they could make up the money that they felt like they were would so they could have a nicer house obviously that's going to a stranger relationship and it did they did not attend his wedding they did not attend his hall of fame ceremony and that's damn sad on all sides and I don't blame Kobe at all because of your if you can't trust your parents not to exploit you a rip you off then cut them out of your life you know it's hard to say isn't it because we have parents who would never do anything like that John but at the same time your fellow he fully within your rights to cut anyone and everyone out of your life tries to exploit you and that includes the people who brought you into this world yeah it's it's hard to balance you know the the two the two general thoughts that I have because I agree with everything that you just said I think that people feel a lot of the time like because someone's family you owe them more and I hate to tell you your family can be garbage people like at their core they could do terrible things to you that that you that you can't come back from so I get that but it's also on the same hand you know I imagine I would like to think that his parents are probably you would think overcome with even more grief knowing that day did things to to you know put a you know a crack in that relationship and never got to fix it before he you know his untimely death yeah we never know when our last say is in to create that division between each other because of money because of fame like disgusting it's horrible and you know this can't happen along with celebrities machine gun Kelly talks about all the time in his raps right he didn't really have a mom and dad and then his uncle that he trusted that he built his career with sold his stuff so it's just like who can you trust around you when you get to that level of fame it's tough to and and yeah Kobe's mom and dad are probably grieving extra hard today because of what happened but they should look in the mirror and and wonder what they did to contribute to that which is pretty much everything to level level who are you hello surgeries can Hey man.
"joe jelly" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Sometimes you forget Joe jelly Joe Jellybean Bryant was his dad is dad's name yeah and he I'm in Houston so I know that we've used to people listening on sports radio six ten right now yeah in the early eighties he was Houston Rockets Kobe Bryant was at the summit as a very young kid getting shot swatted by Ralph Sampson in practice and I saw Robert reed who is one of the players on those rocket teams in the eighties talking about that today so many people so many people because of Kobe's dad being in the NBA because of Kobe's global nature there's a because of Kobe's worldwide celebrity you don't have to go many degrees off of Kobe Bryant to have to have a a just a just a huge a universe of people who have Kobe Bryant stories for having come into contact with them eight five five two one two four CBS we'll talk some more Kobe Bryant Ronald stay there we will take more of your phone calls and its top of the hour we'll talk to Randy Kerr dune of can extend seventy in LA will get more perspective of from Los Angeles from southern California as we roll on Frank else I was gonna join me later in the show as he does every week to talk some NBA unimagined I'll be a pretty Kobe centric conversation as well as we continue to continue to to to celebrate the life of Kobe Bryant but obviously there's still more details coming out about the news part of this as well in fact now is a good time to talk about that as it is the bottom of the hour it is time for a sports update here on CBS sports radio here's Pete McCarthy.
"joe jelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Of just making sure you can hear me yep you sound good go ahead I was sixteen when Kobe started crying and I remember being confused as to how in eighteen world could be going to the NBA just seems so foreign to me my family love sports especially basketball but is Jim Alexander said his drive in his work ethic there are a lot of adult who didn't have the same kind of work ethic that he had at eighteen years old and I just I cannot believe that he's gone at forty one the things that he was getting ready to do his his stats were amazing he was an amazing basketball player gave his all each and every single game but comments of what was going to be not only for him but his daughter I just it's heartbreaking elevating dent earlier today and you know the news broke we were shaking because we could not but like even now I can't believe it yeah it's it's it's what I am I appreciate the phone call gets all the emotion I'm yeah they do it it happened at a time of day or the news at least started to matriculated at time of day where there were a lot of things going on in the sports world there were NBA games they were getting ready to be started the poll in Florida was getting ready to get under way and this is where you really start to feel the overall impact of Kobe Bryant as an athlete is you start to see NFL players at their version of the all star game start to get the news I get asked about it on the sidelines I saw footage of drew Brees being asked about it I saw footage of Sean Watson being asked about it and in fact I I I remember that in the pre season this year bill o'brien brought Kobe Bryant in to talk to the Houston Texans that's the impact of Colby in his his work ethic is there football coaches wanted Kobe to come speak to their teams about being successful about the traits that get you to the success level that you're spire to about achieving your goals about hard work all those things that were embodied by Kobe Bryant yes I was watching to Sean answer that question I'm thinking man I if I remember correctly Kobe Bryant came in and yeah he did he sure did he when he came in and spoke to the Texans this year member Sienna a picture of the the gift sort of basket the bill o'brien put together for Kobe you know included a nice bottle very expensive alcohol and some other things in it and bill o'brien a hand written card of appreciation for Kobe coming and sharing his stories of success and hard work with his football team that's Kobe Bryant he transcended just basketball he transcended sport eight five five two one two four CBS was go back out to California let's talk to Kareem Kareem you're up on CBS sports radio the shoppers apartment call merit sure so I did one or is there more condolences man hours for now so here's here's parents banjo you know his surviving cures matter is just you know really were believable very matter I was granted she came in a room and you know mark door circle we barns are up there you know accident first came to mind was the dilemma how social media worldwide merger and as you know good to be so much thank mobile phone system really caring you know take it out of the water Grandal salt that was true but once I got along you know mark time line of space look at this in all the all RPGs that you know it's just it's just Cardinale forty three years old and not one of seventy seven a year before Kobe and you know my dad namely Kareem motherland was Jamal such a mall worlds and you know my last name was Walter and this happens so your look with our culture one point of time so I have three nine am Monday and as related to the local franchise in the family and you knock remember you know like it was yesterday will call we will stand in that order what bill black sunglasses over his ball on here you know telling everybody in the world that he's live taking his talents to the NBA with that you know patents now that he had on the space or you know right now that's there like a lost a family member and that is is a real you know somber day not just at the end of the world all you know you're a talked about a couple segments of gold will turn rooms are a hundred point gain recall we weren't there but I really think that Kobe eighty one point game have more significance in a mature you watch you know will he did that in the end of time where it was probably twelve thirteen James Lee and you know not to take anything from the white athlete but majority of the players will what what what athletes of what channel jurors you know terms of months the last term of at that time that I remember that their game and or you know on the twenty second when you vote for mama was not our servants in cultures but known for Kerry and turned into our mad man and you know at the end of your gang that we came back in the Vietnam by double digits the call we had that eighty one point game amble across our condolences to his family is large and then there is just said that you know even as starter and that helicopter model one we bought up a certain number that was on that you know our helicopter art but to set a date for the world man and thanks for the time and hopefully man you know which and take some solace by this group this will be tough right now sound have a pleasure yeah now you to Coreen really appreciate the phone call and that's due to the Laker fan right here first name Kareem middle name Jamal for Jamal Wilkes I'm yeah I think that Kobe eighty one is sort of the that's the wilt chamberlain one hundred point game for players of this generation always has been I'm not just saying that because of what happened today in trying to reverse engineer takes surrounding accomplished with the Kobe Bryant had when players start to get into that fifty near sixty point ranges are Daschle boys Kobe's eighty one in play that'll be just a very small morsel of the legacy of of Kobe Bryant eight five five two one two four CBS let's get one morning before the bottom of the hour here on hold stay there we will work there some phone calls on the other side of the update at the bottom of the hour let's so let's keep it here in Houston where I'm located in talk to Charles Charles you are up on CBS sports radio I agree restaurant are you I'm okay Charles how are you yeah okay I guess is the best way to say it for me you know it is kind of surreal but it strikes a little bit more personal because most people probably don't don't know but Colby's father Joe Bryant actually played it used up for a little while and and a lot of times he would play pick up ball at the downtown YMCA and so there were a group of us that often times played with is there a and at the time I was in junior high in high between junior high and high school and you know his father was the nicest guy around so I you know my condolences goes out to the entire family but more importantly you know which Colby I think it's great of a basketball player as he was you know people don't realize outside of basketball how intelligent you know the guy was that you know he could speak yeah I think it was the the three or four different languages and most people don't know which is estate he I think it was somewhere around there like a fourteen hundred range in that you know he has so much more to offer that I was really looking forward to you know what his life was going to be like outside of basketball because you know he was clear as much as he loves basketball he love you know learning and doing other things you know as much if not more so that you know you just knew he was the guy that was never going to you know sit on the sidelines because you just head as much as he had an insatiable appetite to win on the court he did I think that equal desire to win and do things off the court but to see him mature because I think we all remember that you know he wouldn't definitely not a perfect person and and he had it all you know laws but I think they're really just made a few minutes to everyone else and you know love him or hate him and everybody has their own opinion of some of the things that he went through but the fact that you know he was still you know able to be a great father but you know what father with flaws and and I think that that made him you know human side that everyone could relate to that you know there was nothing about him they didn't want to look at it they will you know he was perfect no he was just a human who made mistakes but he overcame a lot of those things and and I think really be met and and I just hope or able to look at some of the things that he's done and just you know move forward and and just also realize you know how fragile life really is and just you know love and appreciate your love ones why you can't well put Charles really appreciate the phone call yes I did people forget if it that to people sometimes people forget Joe jelly Joe Jellybean Bryant was is dad's is dad's name arm yeah and he I'm in Houston so I know that we've used to people listening on sports radio six ten right now yeah in the early eighties he was a Houston rocket Kobe Bryant was at the summit is a very young kid getting shot swatted by Ralph Sampson in practice and I saw Robert reed who is one of the players on those rocket teams in the eighties talking about that today so many people so many people because of Kobe's dad being in the NBA because of Kobe's global nature there's a because of Kobe's worldwide celebrity you don't have to go many degrees off of Kobe Bryant to have to have a a just a just a huge a universe of people who have Kobe Bryant story sure having come into contact with them eight five five two one two four CBS we'll talk some more Kobe Bryant Ronald stay there we will take more of your phone calls and at the top of the hour we'll talk to Randy Kerr dune of can extend seventy in LA will get more perspective of from Los Angeles from southern California as we roll on Frank else I was gonna join me later in the show as he does every week the talks of MBA item as I'll be a pretty Kobe centric conversation as well as we continue to continue to to to celebrate the life of Kobe Bryant but obviously there's still more details coming out about the news part of this as well in fact now is a good time to talk about that as it is the bottom of the hour it is time for a sports update here on CBS sports radio here's Pete McCarthy.
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"Here in Oklahoma City I am sad to say that so this past week at the age of fifty three she died peacefully with her family and today I attended a an incredible service about her and you know it's amazing Oklahoma City is just the right size town or city as it were because you always know somebody that knows somebody that knows somebody and a small world my first guest to help me remember land and her advocacy is Joe jail the now Joe JLT has a wonderful business called re modern over in the pesado where he handles all kinds of wonderful mid century modern and other kinds of furniture but he has a connection to clear channel communications the predecessor of I heart media he was the director of sales and he joins me this evening because he too had a connection to lan rose to feel so well Joe jelly welcome to one thousand Katie okay and thank you for taking time to help me remember this my Shiro as I'll just color my Shiro how about that thank you granted three it's a great pleasure to join you I it's been a while since I've been on the radio but but I'm I'm glad to be with you in and for for this occasion yeah I will then that was that I was there as well the day and it was just a beautiful services for the folks that knew her you know like died I heard so many times today that that service was just perfect just perfect for her and I think it was what she wanted and do you know her connection to the mid century modern architecture was so interesting to me I I happened of two when she saved the of place over here the of and all of a sudden now I'm tongue tied of the Donnelley place yeah the the but what a high low yes yes yeah when she helps save that that's when I became fascinated with her end of she did so much she was such an effective advocate and so knowledgeable and so when I interviewed her to find out that her grandfather that she never knew which was amazing of hard bargaining Connor had actually designed the AG church and so of her interest in her love and of course we learned so much about her today at the service yeah you know it's it's it's interesting she she has had so much knowledge yeah years and years I I think it really probably one of the things to get done about Lynn is her photography ability she ran around the state and shot beautiful photos of a you know architecture and and you know sign needs a lot of like you know what I would call me on vintage signage but she she was was always always taking beautiful photos and I think what that did was kind of got hurry in C. architecture did a little more research on her her grandfather in yes he was I mean he was obviously a very well known architect but but the act church being the the I think his prized possession here in Oklahoma City is just a magnificent piece of architecture I'm glad I'm glad it I I don't know that it's totally out of the woods but I I think it's you know I hope it's in pretty good shape as far as saving it well in one of the things from the service today of generous distance of offerings about her last few weeks before she died of ovarian cancer and trying to think of where she wanted her service and then of course the AG church came up except she wasn't real sure that they would welcome her yeah because of the historical preservation part that she had was so effective at first sick at that making happen and so it ended up being at the quail creek Country Club which is also a mid century modern design so now the okay mod squad is a group dedicated to the preservation and appreciation of Oklahoma City mid century modern architecture and design and the key mod squad Facebook page is a delight it's always sharing different kinds of information and things about mid century modern which is really popular as you know tell us about your business Joe that you have over on the pesado sure are you the I have a store a retail front there in the display arts district that I primarily so this century modern furniture art whiting and make me what I would call home accessories so everything from a dining set to a bedroom furniture do you know credentials and coffee tables and end tables and but also sell the art you know art from that period I I on I tell people it's it's mainly everything's mainly from then on the nineteen fifties sixties and seventies and it's that business how I actually got to know Leon we had a would have been where different dealers that sell the type of stuff that I sell we all had a gathering and gosh that was that was almost five years ago now but we had a little gathering where I would almost call it like a flea market of of our kind of stuff we're all kind of mid century modern nerds and we all we all like this stuff in it you know that's how he you were one of the original founding members of the LP mod squad which is really like you said a place and she wanted me to come set up I was just starting that business out of my garage literally in and she wanted me to she wanted me to to participate and so that's how I got to know Lynn in the end in a move forward years and years later we became not only professional friends but obviously friends with her husband oh boy just great people great lady you know I I have to give her credit for because of her connections in just the the the span of mid century modern people that she knows him and yeah I have to give her credit for really helping me get my store off the ground years and years ago then amazing means of what an impact she had burned out your you have our a as you know on November the fifth she didn't die until November the seventh but on November the fifth the city council awarded the lan or a special historic preservation day and Steve lack Meyer of spoke on her behalf about her and all that she had accomplished and I hope to be able to share some of that here in a couple minutes but of that day was so phenomenal and is the council people went around of mark Stonecipher who was part of getting this you know this recognition of they all said she was so effective and so respectful but you knew you were dealing with someone that was serious and I I just was so taken because she was so effective and and respected at the same time you know that that's right I I I I I I would call her kind of the the quiet giant when it comes to dealing with with city leaders and just some of the politics that are involved in in in trying to save some of the buildings you know it's not always popular not always the popular thing to do is to get on the side of preserving an old building ways that you see yes so that people you're right she was just she was very almost tactical about it I gotta tell ya got it probably the difference between her personality and my person I got to tell you a quick story okay I need to ask you to hold that thought we're gonna do a commercial break we'll take your story when we get back Joe jail day is my guest and we are remembering.
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We've actually Jerry Buss by the likes because wind Jerry Buss for the like is it the might not seem like a lot of money now but but at the time he paid off sixty seven million dollars for a package of assets in that and the assets were the like is the Los Angeles Kings the forum aimed also a big block of land in Nevada and obviously sixty seven million all is a lot of money today I means a lot of money in the seventies to be citing the sort of mead seventy s sixty seven million dollars a huge sum of money and he didn't actually have the amount of cash to be able to pay for it so he needed to liquidate toby's acids quickly Jerry Buss moved in the same circle says Donald Sterling and as Saddam stealing at the time as you said he was a lawyer but he had he had invested most of the money he earned through being a lawyer into property an donaldson copped a lot of criticism especially in the last five years but he was a very visionary intense of the why he built his real estate portfolio main he realized that that the population boom was coming to California and aboard up a lot of property when it was very shape and held onto and didn't sell anything refinance but more property refinance for more property this is the way he built his wealth so when Jerry Buss came along and said hi Nate's money can I sell I think it was eleven apartments that he wanted to sell Donald Sterling stepped in and said yet all buy them for you so Donald Sterling actually played a role in Jerry Buss becoming on earth like is now when Boston came out of the like is he won the championship when he first yeah stealing sitting on the sidelines watching a saying oh my friends just bought this team he's won a championship the media lobbying he's got the big all now he's friends with magic he's you know moving shaking around Los Angeles and I think Donald Sterling wanted a piece of that action as well He was only forty even at the time he bought the clippers but he had a lot of money I think he's he's net worth was estimated at over three hundred million at the time and so when I was looking for someone to offload the tame to Donald Sterling was a like a likely candidate so sterling comes in in and kind of say shoot his mouth off but he he vowed to spend lots of money to build them into contender I think he famous really set or maybe some advertising said my promise that I will make you proud of the clippers I I think that's an interesting Setup that is another sort of plank on the on the doom that the ship was starting to to take on I guess he was jealous or wanting to emulate what what us and his family had done relatively quickly with certainly the Lakers a little bit later the kings but so in the form of course too but it just seems like he kind of you know off on the wrong foot and maybe it was bad luck or maybe it wasn't luck at all yeah he I mean he he took a he took a I'm bill advertising like big billboards around San Diego but senator promoting you know the the team and the star player he put vice on the billboards he took me fool Piji died in San Diego newspaper saying that I think he right like an open letter to the fans of San Diego promising that he was going to make the team we now need Spain took by professional sports is filled in threat he shifts of Anna's coming in and thinking that it's going to be you know the day success now the fields he's GonNa translate today success in Sports Ernest franchises she'd been that that will be able to click fingers and make a few moves but you know it doesn't work like that and he found out very quickly that it was going to be a much more difficult task what he had initially anticipated so I guess what we now but it's I I don't know where it was evident sort of becoming evident but I promising to spend money I mean this is we've heard this many many many times right the the sort of you buy the franchise and then you kind of also then need to continue to invest to actually run the franchise and it seems like maybe that second part was lucid if I if I could construct the narrative a little bit well he wasn't walking was he or wasn't he a cheapskate I guess I mean Bill Walton famously so famously is a great quote that I found in my my crack research is you know besides hounding himself while non sort of his you know less-than-stellar career in San Diego I think he obviously felt quite bad about his injuries and what he couldn't do in his own hometown but he you know he also reserves some some pretty not so shy a comment about about sterling the quote I got here was the checks bounced higher than the basketball when Donald Sterling took over the basketball was off all and the business side was immoral dishonest corrupt and illegal other than that it was all fine stinging words yeah and racist for the book there's lots of examples of this type of these type of behavior so those are Guy Ted Polaski who is a manager for the team for a period of time sure ain't when he was fired at the he was fired I he filed a lawsuit against the team he alleged so these days only I mean this is a big part of Donald Sterling narrative that there are a lot of allegations against stealing very few of them have ever been proved and so but he alleged that journey he's taught working in the quickest front-office that he was asked to part of his job was to two pots hiking illegal activity so things like that would willing that would knowingly sink chicks two credits is that I did I didn't sign on purpose knowing that in that that have to send the money back and saying that Jake Back Hey guys you forgot to sign it or they would saints checks to people they money to knowing that there was no money in the bank account and the cheques would bounce so I mean you look at the the thing from the from the view of recruiting pliers buddy you look at just the basic thing about paying hotel bills or wing people who have done work for the franchise like graphic designers or people who have producing merchandise whatever and insane that Donald Sterling's ownership was characterized spy a great reluctance to spend money look very very careful with the money and how was spent and which I think is unusual I mean I think that I think one of the misconceptions will have these people who are wealthy I are free and easy with money in my experiences that people the very very wealthy are often very very cautious with what they spend in how they spend it but I think that's the way that the franchise was Ron Wants Donald Guy and there are lots stories from when I to be Toll Silas who was the coach the first coach and I believe that I cried sheep at poll solace was asked to post office was asked to type the ply his ankles like Donald asked him all could we get rid of trying we sacked the China could you guys just do the typing of the plies ankles before the guy pulls halls was laughing about these studies light up but it's like what an absurd prospect so the person that's going to be in charge of the tain the person who's somewhat Jonathan fieger applies to respect and then before the game is going to be sort of Dan on as typing their ankles like this show is a complete lack of on standing of the dynamics of the locker room and this this this countless examples of that look like that that I came across during my time research type them into economy up for a long flight he's you know quite frankly not reasonable anyway the clipper fly into Seattle and got to the airport and I will booked on a coach flied and the at the time the teams union later was Joe Jelly Bean Bryan who's the other plies decide if you get on the plane and ply these one game for me a promise you this will never happen again and they went up they played in Seattle they lost and then when I return back to San Diego Pol Solace Donald and say like these can never happen again like you cannot book them on coach it's because you wanna save yourself money and this is the why the franchise was run well and it's it showed on the court to Silas we gotta give him credit I mean he lasted three seasons through all this including why I you look at the stats I mean I don't think they got above fourth in their division got I think once maybe in ten ears right even going into the Los Angeles and and eighty one eighty two I mean the only won seventeen games for God's sakes I mean not only were they last in their division they were they were two zero seven record right so I am really curious sort of was it sort of left hand and right hand not you know or was it sort of all one big pile of of doom I mean I guess what stirling's ways certainly didn't help the cause that much but you know there are certain situations where you know you can kinda wall off the the the the front office from the play on the team I mean the fact that silence was still the coach you know for those three years is maybe a little testament to that but I I don't know I get the gloom seemed to set in pretty early it seems both on the court and certainly you know in the office I mean isn't that I as next this as in that don't stealing famously I'm told there was a luncheon of sort of local business people and stuff on but someone had a tape recording recorded the comments but he said that there I was finish last Because at the time that people were the the room.