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Kobe Bryant widow awarded $16M in trial over crash photos

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Kobe Bryant widow awarded $16M in trial over crash photos

"Kobe Bryant's widow has won her case over the photos from the site of the helicopter crash that killed the basketball star and their daughter in 2020 I'm Ben Thomas with the verdict A federal jury awarded Vanessa Bryant $16 million for emotional distress as part of a $31 million verdict against Los Angeles County after deputies and firefighters shared grisly photos of the NBA star his 13 year old daughter Gianna and other victims taken at the scene of the 2020 helicopter crash jurors agreed with Brian and her attorneys that her privacy was invaded In tearful testimony Vanessa Bryant said news of the photos compounded her grief county attorneys argued they were necessary to assess the scene but acknowledged while never made public they should not have been shared with everyone who saw them Kobe Bryant would have turned 44 this week I'm Ben Thomas

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Curry sets 3s record, LeBron the winner in NBA All-Star Game

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Curry sets 3s record, LeBron the winner in NBA All-Star Game

"Steph curry wins the NBA all star game MVP as he leads team lebron pass team around one sixty three one sixty definitely something I wanted to experience and once I I kinda knew I was I was failing it you kind of want to ride the waves and and and see how it ended up curry connected on an all star game record sixteen three pointers en route to a game high fifteen points to help team lebron improved to five at all all time team Durant led one thirty nine one thirty eight going into the fourth quarter but the target score was set to one sixty three twenty four points more than the leading team in honor of Kobe Bryant lebron James sent the game winner on a seventeen foot fade away the highlight of the evening came at halftime when the NBA honored its seventy fifth anniversary team in an on court ceremony I'm Danny cap

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 Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

"President Biden is tapping a familiar name to head the food and drug administration Robert Calif was the FDA's chief at the Obama administrations and and a person familiar with the decision says the president's naming him to reprise the role now caliphs nomination comes amid months of concern that an agency near the center of the federal code nineteen response does not have a prominent leader Janet woodcock's been acting commissioner for ten months if the Senate confirms same Calif would oversee not just FDA decisions on Kobe Bryant team vaccines but

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LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to undergo psychiatric exam

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to undergo psychiatric exam

"Los Angeles county wants Kobe Bryant's widow to undergo a psychiatric examination Vanessa Bryant says she has experienced severe emotional distress that has compounded the trauma of losing her husband and thirteen year old daughter G. on a in a helicopter crash last year she's suing LA county alleging invasion of privacy claiming first responders took and shared graphic photos including one of Kobe Bryant's body from the crash site the county wants Vanessa Bryant or other family members to be evaluated to see if they truly suffered emotional distress besides the Bryant seven others were killed attorneys for the county say they have great sympathy for Kobe Bryant's family but see this case as a money grab I'm a Donahue

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Udonis Haslem Signs for 19th Season With Miami Heat

WGR 550 Sports Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Udonis Haslem Signs for 19th Season With Miami Heat

"There, but he is Still there. Madonna's Haslem, now officially back with the Miami Heat. Signed another contract with the heat so he will return for 1/19 season in Miami, a one year deal worth about 2.8 million. It's the 10th contract he has signed with Miami coach Erik Spoelstra considers him essential for a number of reasons, including the example he sets in practice. Which is where hassle gets most of his action. He's appeared in just five games in the past two seasons. Just one This past season, But the 41 year old would become just the fifth player to spend an entire career of at least 19 years with one franchise. Dirk Nowitzki spent all 21 in Dallas, Kobe Bryant spent 20 with the Lakers. Tim Duncan 19 seasons with the Spurs and John Stockton, 19 with the Utah Jazz SportsCenter all night,

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I've Hired Several Coaches, but No Improvements. What's Wrong With Me?

The $100 MBA Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

I've Hired Several Coaches, but No Improvements. What's Wrong With Me?

"Hey i've hired three business coaches. They've all felt like a waste of time and money. And i haven't seen any improvements what's going on. There's something wrong with me. My doing this wrong. what's happening. Well i want to answer this question to make sure i also address. Everybody was listening. That my have a similar question thinking about hiring a coach or have higher coach. Maybe didn't see the results are looking for on a star by saying i have gone through this several times. I've hired coaches have a lot of experience. And not all. My experiences with coaches have been the same. I i have to say a quick If you have a coach if you hire a coach and they give you instructions if they give you a action items to do a plan and you don't implement you actually do the work it doesn't matter. What kind of coach you have. You have to actually follow through. So i know this kind of obvious but a lot of people i've met along the way have hired coaches and ask them. How's it working out like not so great as it will. What does the coach advising you to do. All of they're telling me to do xyz. We'll have you done xyz and they're like a not really not sure. If i should and that really is the biggest red flag for me when it comes to hiring a coach. Don't go down the road of hiring a coach if you're don't a hundred percent trust this coach and believe what they say you should do is worth doing because the whole point of hiring coaches saying. Hey i'm allowing somebody else to advise me on how to move forward. And i'm willing to do what i need to do to make. It happen very similar in sports. You know one of the greatest basketball coaches of all time is phil jackson. He coached michael. Jordan scottie pippen but he also coached the lay kobe bryant shaquille o'neal a lotta great players but these players would not be great would not achieve their level of excellence if they didn't allow themselves to be coached if they allow themselves to follow through. And do what the coaches asking them to do.

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Vanessa Bryant Settles Wrongful Death Lawsuit vs. Helicopter Company

The Boxer Show

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Vanessa Bryant Settles Wrongful Death Lawsuit vs. Helicopter Company

"Vanessa Bryant's lawsuit against the helicopter company that killed her husband and daughter is coming to an end. K ABC reports, Bryant and other plaintiffs reached an agreement in the wrongful death lawsuit involving the late basketball star Kobe Bryant. The lawsuit claimed the company and the pilots estate should be held responsible for the incident that killed nine people. In

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Vanessa Bryant to Settle Suit Over Helicopter Crash

Tim Conway Jr.

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Vanessa Bryant to Settle Suit Over Helicopter Crash

"With the company that operated the helicopter involved in the crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter, Gianna and seven others in Calabasas. Vanessa. Helicopters for wrongful death. Terms of the settlement were not reveal The agreement still needs court approval. Republican lawmakers have

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Vanessa Bryant Gives Powerful Speech Inducting Kobe Bryant Into Hall of Fame

Dr. Lee Yardley

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Vanessa Bryant Gives Powerful Speech Inducting Kobe Bryant Into Hall of Fame

Kobe, Duncan, Garnett Finally to Enter Basketball Hall of Fame

WBZ Morning News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Kobe, Duncan, Garnett Finally to Enter Basketball Hall of Fame

"The late Kobe Bryant and former Celtic Kevin Garnett among the headliners in the newest class of Basketball Hall of Fame. Inductees Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa, He never forgot about his fans. Also inducted in non Castle, Connecticut, Tim Duncan. I was blessed in guided by so many people and improbable scenarios to get where I am Kevin Garnett thanking past NBA great sacrifice that they took that I'm being able to stand up to your front of you guys today, noting old sayings about a man's true wealth being not in money, but in friendships, Sportscaster Mike Breen. I want to thank all of you. Making me feel like the richest man alive, Green says. That's the best part of it

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Michael Jordan Recalls Final Texts With Kobe Bryant Before Helicopter Crash

Gary and Shannon

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Michael Jordan Recalls Final Texts With Kobe Bryant Before Helicopter Crash

"In fact, there's a story which is out today in which Michael Jordan revealed the last text messages that they exchange shortly before Kobe's Death, and it was like you would think to Hall of Famers would talk to each other. They talked about basketball. They talked about family even talked about tequila, and they talked about coaching their kids over the years and you get to see Side of Kobe Bryant, and most people don't get to see because one we would never see his text messages. But we get a sense of how he was a doting father and how he enjoyed his post basketball life where he was spending time. Just being a dead yes, that included being a coach and being around basketball in a Quasi coach fashion for his Children, But he just enjoyed the whole aspect of not living his life through professional basketball, preparing for games but more preparing for his daughter's game. G, who, unfortunately is no longer with us as well. But we got to see a side through Kobe Bryant and his text messages with Michael Jordan. How Kobe was supremely focused on family. And it was nice to have that type of

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A Conversation With Tina Rodriguez About Equity Counseling

The Social Work Routes Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With Tina Rodriguez About Equity Counseling

"What is it. Like the service structure like four survivors in in the central valley. You referred to gender based violence and dating violence and substance misuse. And i'm just curious. Could you could characterize a talk a little bit about what. It's like in central california. What kinds of services out there. What are the issues that people are struggling with right now because of code. The onset are increase of crisis. Response is changing very drastically and it had to because we're not prepared to function when the challeges kobe. Bryant such as social distancing. So here. And i think probably globally challenges with domestic violence primarily has resulted in an increase of very brutal violence and unfortunately murder so for example in madeira. Last year. broken unfortunate record where during the period of kobe we had three back to back domestic violence homicides in another way i like to bring that to give people an actual picture with that site that means the last year eight. Children went through the holidays without their mother. That would that looks like and globally is what i understand it because of social teen and the inability or survivors to be able to access immediate help. There's a higher risk of being very really injured and often times more frequently now it resulting in debt and so right now on the central valley. There's a one of the is focused on is domestic. Violence response genes also known as the gbi. Rt's and domestic violence task force in that is groups of multidisciplinary teams that come together and look at their services and how they intervene in really strive to develop best practices for responding to these

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Curry hits 10 3s, scores 49 in Warriors' win in Philly

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Curry hits 10 3s, scores 49 in Warriors' win in Philly

"Steph curry nailed ten three pointers and scored forty nine points to extend his sibling stretch leading the warriors to a one oh seven ninety six victory at Philadelphia his three to tie the game at eighty six all give him eleven straight games with at least thirty points topping Kobe Bryant for the most by any player thirty three or older Jo Ellan beat score twenty eight for the seventy Sixers who now with the Eastern Conference by one game over the idol Brooklyn nets the Sixers were without Ben Simmons to the onus and Tobias Harris because of a sore knee I'm Dave very

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Michael Jordan to Present Kobe Bryant at Posthumous Hall of Fame Induction

Mason & Ireland

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Michael Jordan to Present Kobe Bryant at Posthumous Hall of Fame Induction

"Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame has announced its list of holidays were scheduled to present the twenty. Twenty class of honorees Kobe bryant is the most notable name going into the hall of fame this year and as expected michael jordan will present kobe bryant for the hall of fame good. He's also he's also presenting kim mulkey. Who's the women's coach baylor. They're so he's gonna be he's gonna be inducted to people John michael gave one of the best eulogies. I've ever heard and i think all of us heard at kobe's kobe celebration of life. He also gave an a one of the more notable speeches on his own inducted into the basketball hall or seen anything like it. He just basically killed out everyone who he's still bitter about. Have you seen alan. Iverson's it's great. It's no he didn't call producer so green. he was so pure and just unrehearsed.

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Andrew D. Bernstein: Shooting hoops, a life with legends

Photography Daily

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Andrew D. Bernstein: Shooting hoops, a life with legends

"D bernstein mentioned in american spoiled photography and man enthralled by making pictures. I don't remember my children being born. But i remember my first print be involved in that eight to say that and i hope i kids. Don't hear those we talk about. The emotional states of being a photographer must be painters. Feel or anybody who works with marble united. You read about michelangelo you know. He always talked about that. He always knew when he saw block of marble that there was something incredible inside of it just had to come through him. We learn about what's drew him to one spot in particular. I guess basketball found me rather than i found basketball. Really we talk about the skills required for making pictures of spoilt that keeps you on the edge of your seat. It's a fast moving game. But i gotta tell you. It's not as fast as ice hockey. And and i. I sort of honed. My skills shooting action shooting a lot of ice hockey shots about how to get the perfect slam. Dunk shows the big picture. Everybody wants what these guys can do when they're flying towards the rim almost defying gravity. Quite frankly and keep in mind again. That i get one shot at learn about andrew's during professional and personal relationship with the late great. Kobe bryant this kid was was something else. I mean i met him on media day. Nineteen ninety-six comes on my set. Eighteen years old. I never met him. I heard a lot of hype about him. Didn't spot by the black mambas. Kobe was famously. Known hundred talks about the highs and lows of making sport pitches and like kobe's i can't dwell in the shots that i didn't make you know because there's always going to be the next one about breaking into the world of sports shooting with the advent of social media all the websites that are out there all the fan sites. There's more opportunity. I think now if the talent is there if the drivers their stories of life told by photographers and today that photographer is andrew deepens. If you love a sport just don't stop shooting it. Don't stop

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Norwegian Cruises asks CDC to allow trips from US in July

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Norwegian Cruises asks CDC to allow trips from US in July

"The Norwegian cruise line is asking permission to resume trips from U. S. ports on July fourth the CDC has blocked cruise ships from U. S. ports since last spring but has a conditional plan to allow them back in without specifying when in a letter to CDC cheaper shell Wilensky Norwegian cruise line holdings says it wants to start U. S. sailing again at sixty percent of capacity rising to full capacity in September it says it'll require passengers and crew to be fully vaccinated against Kobe Bryant team at least two weeks before sailing the company says its precautions go well beyond those taken by airlines hotels and others in the travel and leisure industry that have already reopened Sager mag ani Washington

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Vanessa Bryant names deputies who allegedly shared Kobe crash photos

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

03:52 min | 1 year ago

Vanessa Bryant names deputies who allegedly shared Kobe crash photos

"Of Kobe Bryant reveals the names of Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies, she said leaked to images of the crash, which killed her husband and daughter, Vanessa Bryant posted portions of our lawsuit on Instagram Wednesday, showing the four deputies names. The lawsuit says the deputy shared photos of those killed in the helicopter crash. With other deputies with their friends and with their families.

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Report: Court Rules Vanessa Bryant Can Obtain Names Of Los Angeles Deputies Accused Of Sharing Crash Site Photos

Lifestyles Unlimited

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Report: Court Rules Vanessa Bryant Can Obtain Names Of Los Angeles Deputies Accused Of Sharing Crash Site Photos

"Rules that Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa, can obtain the names of four L. A county sheriff's deputies accused of sharing graphic photos from the site of the helicopter crash that killed the NBA legend daughter Gina and seven others. Los Angeles Times reporting an effort by county lawyers to keep the names under seal was rejected by a federal judge. But the county can appeal.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On Kobe Bryant ready for this yeah no sign of engine failure in the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and his thirteen year old daughter and seven other people yeah so showed no outward sign of engine failure so the national transportation safety board the N. T. S. B. said today what brought that thing down and we can go back to whether it might be whether it could have been he could have my whatever pilot error could be huge here that's also a possibility could be pilot error and just because the engines are fine doesn't mean something else that happened structurally that could have done something but the engines were and the rotators but when we were talking about this in the showed how the helicopter fell out of the air yeah what you think it engine failure well I think it's something mechanical and it's an entirely well not really I got the engine again something could happen one of the rotors could have something could happen there right the it so what they were working but it doesn't mean they were all together and it that what Alex tell us out stone from ABC news that it it could take thirty days after this for prefer a real preliminary it'll take up to a year before you find out everything that we're gonna now he didn't have the dolls tracking system which is a drain awareness system that was there but you know I talked about fall but I can see it on several cameras from hundreds of yards away so how bad was it in certain areas I I couldn't tell you if it what it wasn't so dense that we couldn't see each other the helicopter damage they say was consistent with powered rotation from the engine I don't know that means when the when the light when the flight crashed I don't know man I know they're doing a lot of work here in Phoenix because they've got they've got got the actual helicopter yeah and when he saw it when they can have a funeral the fourth they're gonna have the memorial for he and G. ana at the staples center on my gosh so there's gonna be people that are lined up because anybody can go and see yeah they're gonna be people lined up yeah I mean Michael J. I was there for Michael Jackson I to go in but we were there and it was insane tell me what is like we're the habit again I remember is simple Sir because they could anyone have gone anybody could have gone but it was the you had to have certain special access to certain areas but there were so many people outside so if I wanted to fly to California for jackals funeral I could have gone now it's been tough guy so here's some fans couldn't go for delta and some fans to go they let a certain amount of people there but for this they're saying the first like you could hold this at like Dodger Stadium sh probably I have never like I wanted to see the weirdos Novak because we're doing it for for for part of the show I eat I have no desire to ever like this and that and that might go to a funeral I got let you take that down now like a like it's not even I mean it's it's a memorial I have no desire to do any of that well you know what it is but here's the thing if you're a Laker fan and you feel like you you know Kobe Bryant has brought you so much joy in your life I'm a lot of it are you really a late Christmas Christmas angels they were Lakers fan in a patriots fan I don't know how we are and how we best friends so I have no idea I would say this patriots right like like I don't know she got all the page will make me nauseous on a Friday the patriots are thank you Lynne for against me a patriots fan against nice well that well that's yeah but because she likes Tennessee volunteers Hey coming up next you've heard of a mid life crisis but have you heard of a beard life crisis W. of a beard man now okay we'll talk about it in a second here is Becky Lynn news flash three fifteen I'm Dechy limit three things you need to know right now a state lawmaker is pushing for a bill to let Arizona cities towns and organizations come up with needle exchange programs essentially people would be able to exchange dirty needles for new ones in safe spaces democratic presidential nominee hopefuls will hit the debate stage tonight in New Hampshire at the first debate since the Iowa caucuses and before you Hampshire voters cast their first ballots and we're going to bring you that debate live right here on KTAR beginning at six o'clock GM is recalling about a hundred sixty two thousand full size pickup trucks worldwide.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

"So Kobe. Bryant is dead. y'All at the age of forty one and his daughter gee-gee perish perish with him and the helicopter crash. And what. What are your thoughts and last couple of hours about this very serious? Even sadder is those individuals that let me use plan for something else. Do the comedian on think against twenty years. Too late at the back of them. I believe with been nineties winning so you know it said let's did you say hey. I'm Sosa that he died in this crash. You and everything else about I think. That's awful always amount of registered sex offender so long they say things like that we are with you and with your we in excuse if somebody down. And that's what they WANNA do. Somebody WanNa make a name and that's ridiculous. You know it so many a new found not guilty of the of the mall it here. This is what you GonNa bring up your kids. You say anything. So what do you think about the reporter. Did she say L. A. Niggers or you say knickers no it. I think what happened. Is She thinking that got tongue tied. Indicate not like next if the Lakers. I don't know what I saw it. Alexander many Taffy woman say Nigga man just trying to tell you. We've all made mistakes. tongue-tied mentioned John. Did she say Nigga. I didn't hear it. You haven't heard it. I listen into I. Haven't you know I'm kind of checked out so I haven't even heard that story. What do you mean you tamp down and I heard it I I listened to it for the one I? BJ She probably a lot about the net. It's yellow twisted right in the middle. She she's starting to say net. And then Cicadas took any Lakers which she could have done because of the world today to Nethon. I'm so sorry. I'm at the Lakers. Politics better issues because you know the world is looking for reasons all pizza by reasons to say somebody was trying to say something negative. I don't think that was all but I'm GonNa go back to what Sean says you say you tap that. What do you mean you tapped out? I haven't been following Social Media Lot. Okay that's sound like a phony issue of cell phone service working right now you talking Sydney so evidently it is okay all right well I think was going on with The Kobe Brian thing is that God is trying to send us a message. Dead the matter who you are I can I can and the twinkle of and I you know it could be all over again. Yeah yeah I know but it's like but it seems like lately you know and black culture a lot of high profile. The people that have been taken from US and tragic and tragedy and nothing about this for the last maybe seven years. Whitney Gombe prints go. Michael Jackson Listen Gar. Luther gone I mean how many high profile people have been killed and you know a lot of people saying that there maybe some conspiracy thing behind that because you saw the video of the Chamberlain Heights video where they had they had no no but listen why why they had. They had a cartoon on cartoon of Kobe. Bryant in a helicopter crash Bradsby and killed and then he gets killed in real life and helicopter crash. You don't think that's Bryant got in on the top just like you get out in and out of your car. Probably why. That's how much you utilize hell. He had his own private helmets. I know I know evoke evil chance that it was better for him because sitting in traffic for two hours body tightening up. He's opened his helicopter that five minutes so he used his helicopter the quite frequently and the thing about it is is just that celebrities die with Saint. Celebrities are untouchable because they have so much binding. We think they're safe from big inevitable because they have so much money but you can't escape natural course of life but it happens to all of us all the time one but listen but but I'm talking about the way people are dying. You know what I'm saying. It's different from dine regular natural death. I mean this is a as the crash of a helicopter again. Gauging you try your call correct so let you die in a car wreck. Let's say tomorrow we don't got you on. which if I know me love the FBI suspicion well if somebody made a cartoon is automated cartoon or video about be dining in a crash and I I die of a crash at a later time so all men who knows you? That's what I'm saying. Nobody knows me but I'm saying we know Kobe Brian. Why why is it that these people make videos like the simpsons they make a video of this and then it comes true? Do they make a video of that and then it comes to they make a cartoon about something and it comes true. Don't you think is more than coincidence. Take your man a direct no doubt okay. Even incorrect dozen the Bible it talked about those good deal and didn't call them mom the psyche but there were people who could tell you about those correct absolutely all of a sudden they all went away. That is true. Maybe someone has some foresight. It doesn't have to be the periods amazes me. How people gaulish tablets? One thing then as you know some totally different WHO's not to say that there are people out there that it's not a scene? The this is what I saw and now we want to put it theory behind that you see these conspiracy. Now he's supposed to his time at this is like I can tell the other day. Oh it was so sad. He earns where did you. LBJ illumine naughty stuff. No no no the alone Nadi in there. You don't have me talk my no aluminum. I'm just saying I understand. This is I don't think you should dismiss it Let's write down time. Date the sad part is it was time to thirteen year. Olds forty one okay but but we do know that that is not always the case. There are some conspiracy theories or circumstances circumstances that are Mysterious and better obvious in in plain sight where people have been murdered ordered and they tried to do a cover up so I'm not saying that Kobe Bryant. This is this case but it's just strange that somebody makes a cartoon about somebody dying in a a helicopter crash and then eventually they do. That's all I'm saying. I just believe God is in control and that is true you know. He has a permissive will in active wheel so I mean and the no no soul dies without God's permission if you wanted him to survive the plane crash I mean he could have survived it but you know Bryant Gasol under your agenda. It's you're GONNA push it's not an agenda I mean really. It's still I think thinks no but I I think I mean really I think God God is trying to help people to understand that nobody like you said nobody can escape it so if if you take a good person like Kobe Bryant who is trying to do right had a family and then guy can take him just like that that we should begin in to reflect on our lives and straighten allies up so that we could be re-ready that win time does come. The sting of death won't hurt so bad because we know we try to live a clean life and I think that's why a lot of people are upset especially the NBA basketball players. Because you know a lot of living file why. Why don't we have to look to a Kobe? Bryant before that that people u daily I think this is the author wants to just because time no matter what he was doing. They're good people that guy there back people at that. The Bible tells us that he really has no newest person right. Yeah so so happy life and what it should do for you. If that's what you're doing and it took a Kobe Bryant to tell you the straight now you have the big problems in that. I live my life everyday not see a lot of people bet when I see them. Two zero seven people died recently. That had nothing do not have the statute but we that I saw give me like. Wow you know it would make you check yourself.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"Today the world is grieving after the death of kobe bryant his daughter g g and seven others who passed away on sunday tragic helicopter crash our thoughts and prayers with the bryant family and everyone who has been impacted by this tragedy and june of two thousand eighteen i had wide ranging conversation with kobe on this podcast about his playing days off court endeavors and life after basketball as celebrate kobi's extraordinary life and legendary career we want to share the interview again for anyone who's interested in hearing from kobe welcome to another episode of the hoop site podcast my name is alex kennedy joining me today is someone that doesn't really need an introduction but i wanna run through his is amazing resume anyway he's a future hall of famer five-time NBA champion eighteen time all-star he scored the third most points in NBA history he he was the NBA's most valuable player in two thousand eight has to NBA finals MVP awards kobe brian is joining me one of the greatest professional athletes of all all time he's now continuing to thrive in retirement as well he decided his trophy case wasn't already full enough so he won a frigging oskar earlier this year for his outstanding animated sure dear basketball in addition to winning academy award he now has a terrific TV show on ESPN plus call detail he also has a book coming out october twenty third called the mob mentality how i play he has a ton of other books and projects in the pipeline as well through his various companies koby inc gravity studios and brian stable investments without further ado let's welcome in the legend cobi how are you man among good man how you doing i'm doing well i have a lot of questions for you so let's just jump right in so many young players in the NBA today grew up idolizing you and pretending to be you in the park some even say you're the reason they fell in love with the game what does it mean to you that you've had has a big impact on this generation of MBA players it means a lot i mean it's not something that you think of when you're playing you know but as you get older you kind you become a little been more conscious about that sort of stuff you know we start looking at the next generation and how you can help some kind of way and so they hear that from from some of the players are playing today means a lot man 'cause it's it's a at some point it has to become about something more than when he championships right has become about about the next generation now us how you help give back to the game yeah definitely and there's so many guys that say that kind of stuff about you you're known for your intense work ethic and there's so many epic stories about your training over the years which players have impressed you the most with their work ethic and their ability to keep up with you oh well did did you see a lot of players that are playing today have that that work ethic you know kyri james russell in these guys really getting the gym and spend a lotta time in their k. d. brian obviously in some of that they do over a carry the time you know you can be like young players out there for example is not good enough to go out there and work really really hard for like two months i really really harsh it's more important to work really hard over the course of ten years be consistent about that he had cleared out there today that that certainly done definitely i used to love talking rookies after their first game against you because they always have this done slash starstruck look when you were playing a young guy how often could you visibly see how scared or intimidated they were no i know i can tell you i tell you know it's and so many years you can kind of you know since you can feel that nerve energy all was there ever a certain player or like specific instance that stands out just because they were so terrified let me see well we had a player in training camp actually the named jello ball whose young player he's been in the league though but he came czar campaign he was i could tell he was he was nervous you know we had a little occasion when he was in seattle and now he's in training camp and he's face to face me every day and you knew i wasn't gonna forget any of that stuff right so i could tell he was really really really really nervous and i made it a point to make his training camp absolute hell oh that's great you had your retirement tour and the storybook ending with sixty sixty points but executives often approach retired stars to see if there's any chance to make a comeback we heard about reggie miller getting a call from the two thousand eight celtics for example apple after he had been out of the NBA for two years have any teams tried calling you and try learning you out of retirement not you know not not seriously i've known by myers the GM over golden state forever i mean like you know i i remember the day he was going to go take his bar and that we used to paint all the time so yeah my last all star game we had a chance to kinda catch up staying at the same hotel it got janssen graduations on everything whatever and he said he listened there's any chance you know you want to you know change your mind and come back and play the year man you always come over here you know that sort of stuff but this paul bugging all tongue-in-cheek man gotcha there are people who spend their whole life trying to win an oscar you had an all time great NBA career and then won an academy award shortly shortly after he retired like it was no big deal which is incredible we've seen what you can do and you lock in on something so i'm curious what are some other goals that you've set for yourself well you know the goal for us yet studios always the same always quality above and it's about polity overall cost false and and that's our focus every day you know we have novels that are becoming out here in in march of nineteen you know the detail tell show we're working on extending that franchise until the sports we have a really great children's podcast that'll be coming out in late august and so we're really hard at work to try to create content for for kids for families that's that's going to inspire them and also educate them to certain extent yeah definitely i i'm excited to see that the detail series will be extended warranty questions for you that's a great series i think you know every fan base from every sport and enjoy that so that's very cool do you have any interest in playing an ice cubes big three league at some point i know you have to ask for the fans that want to see you back on the court no no interest no q. q. is a good friend man he he's asked me repeatedly lee al but the answer is always going to be no gotcha yeah you're focused on their stuff this is a big off season for the lakers obviously rob linka was your agent and made people may not know this but but also you know godfather to one daughters i know you've said the lakers are such a storied franchise that they don't necessarily need your help recruiting but your voice in presidents presents are certainly impactful if robin magic ask would you be willing to attend a free agent pitch meeting to help the lakers summer well no i know paul i mean i'm not going to be in the meeting listen i'm not i'm not a part of the organization in any kind of professional way right and so opener for the players themselves like the players have questions they want me to reach out and call the player or something like that and talk to the player kinda give my consent someone what it was like play here in this market market i'll certainly do that but in terms of being a part of the meeting in any official way the answer is no i mean but like i said rob magic both have rate flexibility in recap have great young talent and and i have no rob rob really long time then due to the smarter they come in so you know figure it out yeah we've seen tom brady and pitch meetings so i had asked me in crazier things have happened so just curious about i'm bill playing for the past though true yeah it makes sense i totally see coming from but because you know what it's like to win championships embi beloved in LA say you have a unique ability to put yourself in the shoes of someone like lebron or paul george why should they sign with the lakers well i mean i basketball standpoint you have to make decisions on your organization and who do you gonna put you in the best possible position to win championships triton i mean that's always the number one thing is not the glitz glamour or the market right it's about winning championships and you have to look at the management you have to look at are they capable of making sound decisions that are gonna put me in a position to win championships and i say that with an at the end of it and and and you decision has to be based on that large i mean it's it's it's always about winning always comes down to that every year they are playing droop is made you wanna be loved it LA man if you wanna be loved in a way in LA win championships yeah that's it i mean you can be the guy in the world man if you don't if you don't hang banners there in LA then you'll just be a good guy then and you'll be forgotten you know the next year whenever you retire you wanna be beloved here man you gotta win that's a great point yeah you guys don't hang hang divisional banners just championship banners banters every year players who express their desire to train with you during the offseason are there any players your plan to work out with this summer yeah i've gotten i've gotten several calls already trying to work them into the into the schedule and give him out get him out to sea and work out with them for a little bit so i've got got about a handful of questions for the cool thing about details that you could basically help these guys from afar to since it's so in depth and full of gems you don't need to even work out with them i'm and some cases that's cool you obviously spend whole career with the lakers were they were a few times they are when your future in LA seem to bid up in the air during those is somewhat uncertain times where their players who were persistent recruiters we're trying to get you to team up with them elsewhere to try to steal you from LA no she when i was coming up on free agency that was before on the super team stuff right so that wasn't that wasn't a thought process any of his head you know it was more so looking at the organization that are that are there and looking at management and you know trying to make the best possible decision where i want to continue the rest of my career so that was before all the super team stuff so i didn't have that yeah the recruiting is pretty new you're having so much success away from basketball obviously since retiring but do you ever think you'll return to the NBA either as an executive coach broadcaster owner do any of those roles what was interesting you know i mean you know i love what i'm doing right now i love come walk every day come into the studio writing and editing and building and assembling creatives in giving them the freedom to create i love everything that i'm doing and so well you're crushing it i mean it's working out for you obviously just a few questions from listeners count the rings who is clearly a huge colbrad fan asked you start you studied bruce lee's jeet cuneo you took tap dancing lessons you studied sharks and cheetahs and how they hunt their i pray and applied those things to basketball what are some other unique or unconventional things that you've studied or tried as you tried to hone your.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"But he was in Kobe. Good and see an entry hall of Fame Right Tracy had a hell of a career here. He was. Yeah I mean the workouts are one thing I heard Tracy's interviews back. Then were some of the least impressive of any. NBA Draft Prospect. No I think you had a bad hamstring to. I don't know if that was the don't think he wanted to piece of New Jersey New Jersey either so But but yeah you could just tell the difference between players. 'cause I would hear Patino stories about t MAC. After the fact were like after Tracy was like really clear he's going to be special. He's like whatever he was losing his mind all the time because he just wouldn't talk wouldn't talk and it wasn't because it was only it was only shyness. It was only shyness. It wasn't any other personality. I nowadays trade Before we let you go here I know Hollinger had written about a little bit and it just worth repeating about what. Kobe meant to new generation. That's that's younger than us. We're close in age and you know we think of the eighties but then we think of Mj. Being not just the basketball player by the cultural impact. And I don't know that anybody's ever going to surpass what Mj did but Kobe is. Probably the next guy Ireson in a different way. But how so many times where you reminded or any stories that you have about like what other players thought of Kobe. Considering his standing in the game and just how special he was well. I mean I think just go back to the oh one or two year when we played them in the finals And you know we had. We had a nice team. But I I you know you could just tell that he brought the fear in this group before we even got the game one that a team that was led by Jason Kidd in Kenya. Martin Richard Jefferson Net. We had no chance and I think you know. They'll I don't know if they'll ever admit but I think they've may maybe now based on the the the legacy of of Kobe Bryant and You know it's it's a shame because the youngest young generation out there now that you know my son honors thirteen and ten. It's basically it's going back and watching film on him and be a learning from him from me and And just how great he was. You know you know you remember watching Jordan back in ninety and every time he he shot the ball you thought was going in or at the end of the game. I think you could say the same about Kobe. Thanks Sharon Sharon those stories today. Bobby I really appreciate it. I know Today was was busy but you have some great stories and you were there at the very beginning so thanks as always. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks I appreciate it. I hope you enjoyed today's podcast last night. I'll tell you Mike. How do I WANNA do this? How are we gonNA put this together? I'm really sorry for those of you. That are out there hurting today. And I I hope this this podcast help in any way. I don't know if it did. I just wanted to try to do a big show today. Thanks a lot for us to talk to you. it up..

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"The basket and be being at that point in time the third highest score of all time which was just recently passed on Saturday. Ironically by Lebron he had so much more his game that made him such an outstanding player. Yeah there's no doubt about data data. There's so many it's kind of ironic that a lot of people will remember Koby forest scoring only in l.. Forget about all of those all defensive team team honors and and the great passing ability the AD and And the fact that he do the dirty work in the little things when he couldn't couldn't make the big shots One of the things that I think is. I've always felt is really important in sports in probably in basketball more so than even than even baseball for sure in football. I mean in football. You got the right quarterback and baseball. You got the right pitcher. Those things are really important but in basketball there's is only five people on the court and when one of those people you know is the greatest player in the world. Who's going to give you every single thing you got in will answer every bell? That's going to happen that instills confidence in other players in the team. And it doesn't matter whether you're talking about the NBA finals whether you're you're talking about a girls Cyo Basketball Tournament or a game or just a pickup game down the street where there's four guys on each side and you're playing on on asphalt when you know you have the best player in the game it instills confidence in everybody else and I think that's what happened in that Celtics series Any other great players do the same thing you know that there's something about having the best player I've Seen Lebron too many times. I've seen the result of Lebron and being on a team inspire the team to play so much over their normal level. There's just a level of confidence you get Every single Guy Annette court nobody would have complained if Gobi taken the last shot in a game was a was a one point win. Or you're buying by one point and Gobi took that shot just because you knew that he was going to do the right thing that I mean his overall numbers maybe or just like every other star. NBA Player when it. It comes down to taking that last shot you know. The percentages aren't the greatest Lebron with with whoever you WANNA put 'em day whoever but the fact is he. He wanted that last shot and he wanted to take more than anyone else on the team. And the reason that you get to the point where you can take that last shot Very often is because even spire your teammates to play better That's the one thing that you know. You just can't bottle that type of breath that type of ferocity that that Iraq teammates can count on you and that the game is everything and he's going to give you one hundred eighty eighty percent every single time. He steps on the court That's one of the things that I admire about. Lebron James Need as he doesn't WanNa take it didn't doesn't WanNa take a night off. That may be foolish and some ways and at times we see the wear and tear Lebron's game and we have a bad game like we had the other night and and sometimes you saw that with Kobe to because he was not a guy who wanted to rest you know he was Kinda guys as what do you mean pulled me out of the game yet. Management was in his dictionary. It's not that's not the way you play the game. And that's no knock on an Paul George because I think both of those players have had career threatening injuries that it's it's as as it was said in a recent article I I read The clippers really have injury management management not load management. There's a difference there but Kobe was. You know he'll be was inspiration. Not only to the players not only to the fans listen in and Basketball lovers all over the world He was an inspiration mostly to the guys who played with him. You know because when you step on a court with him on your side side. There's there's a certain there's just a certain amount of swagger there that that just makes sense and I've I heard that word is as something that was really the ultimate description Kobe if anybody in a mama mentality epitomized anything the closest synonym in my book would have been swagger. Kobe really had the true swagger and he did everything behind it to make sure that if if his team was out there with him they would have that swagger to League championships. He earned that swagger every single bit of with Tom. It's just been so awesome to talk to you again. I want to thank everybody who has watched on all these tremendous facebook groups and I want to say a special thank you to not only Laker dot net but also while pop culture cosmos inside sports. LAKER's fastbreak Real Lakers fans worldwide. Lied Los Angeles Lakers fans born a Lakers fan. Dial Lakers fan all these facebook pages and all these facebook groups. I cannot thank you enough for allowing us to go ahead and express our thoughts on the greatness that is Kobe Bryant and allowing us to go ahead and elaborate in detail on his life and his legacy. And that's something I will ask you as our final question today is it explained to me in your best thoughts. The the legacy that Kobe Bryant will leave upon this earth or that he leaves upon this Earth at this time. I think the single word that you can put to it his greatness. That was never realized. I think that the unlike maybe Elvis who overstayed his time in the spotlight Koby really missed out on the second level of the second activists live is spotlight And I think the net in that sense the way that he'll be elevated on a pedestal along with James Dean Other other great heroes of America that that died before their time was up. Were always going to wonder how how what he would have done and what he would accomplished. But the trumark of it is is that the world is going to mourn the loss of one of the greatest basketball players and greatest athletes that we've ever seen and it's well deserved and I. I think that in the end we're going to see it. Avenue impact on this Lakers team. And I think it's almost as if you could expect Kobe to put one last tweet in there and say when it all for me because I think that's what's going to happen when the Lakers get back to playing basketball after a respectable time of of mourning. The loss of one of the greatest Lakers in the history of the game goodness than any better myself once again. I'm talking to Tom Wong long again. LAKER TOM IF YOU WANNA go ahead and share your thoughts. There's a great place to do it. And that's Laker Hollick's dot net whether having a conversation right right now and all the individuals that are there that so many people that are part of it that are sharing their thoughts and their memories and their love for Kobe Bryant. Go ahead and be part of conversation conversation today and all throughout the season at Laker Alex Dot net and again for us. We're the Lakers fast-break podcast. Hopefully he'll be able at some point in time. If you. I liked what you heard today give you know. Give us a listen to us. We're on each week on spotify. I apple podcasts anger. You know wherever you get your podcast Kostas type in the words Laker's fastbreak were there. And if you do we cannot thank you enough for doing so. And if you give us a five star review on Apple podcasts. That helps us become become more visible to Lakers fans out there. We'd be truly honored and humbled if you did but I'll tell you what it's it's been a rough time for everyone out there and I. I can't blame anybody anybody for having some hard time. Getting through this because it has been hard for all of us as Lakers and also basketball fans worldwide When one of the true greatest you just individuals to ever play the game? Kobe Bryant passes away in a helicopter crash but again we want to express our condolences. Not only to the Bryant family also expressed condolences to the all the families that lost loved ones in the in this tragic accident and as days go by you know the memories of all those individuals who perished in that tragic tragic helicopter crash there will not be forgotten their names their their lives will not be forgotten and I know by us all around the world we will never forget the legacy that is gonNa be Bryant and I think like we talked about earlier in the show is just going to become larger and larger than life in the years I to come Tom. Any last thoughts Alba you know. It's just been incredible. Talk India just I know you just want him. What share some last awesome final thoughts? Yeah I I have the same feelings that you do Gerald the All of our hopes and prayers go out to Vanessa and the rest of the rest of these kids Men The families of a the the other two girls on the flight as well as the pilot. It's such a tragedy. We don't know right now. What happened there You know and I just hope that I just hope that everything will be okay for those families in that they'll be able to recover and move forward and as Kobe would have wished pushed. The Games will go on life will go on will all move on So a few best thing to do is to hold onto and hugged Ogden. Love the people that you cherish and don't take them for granted you know every day appreciate what you have because it could be gone in a flash. That's so true. That's so very true again. I want to thank everybody for watching. Thanks so much. Everybody that's listening to this on the Lakers fast-break podcast podcast. Thank you so much to the Cuyahoga Valley Radio Network for airing. This special LAKER's fastbreak podcasts. And everyone out there keep the faith hug a loved one. Share your thoughts and just be strong because Kobe would want that way and you know as we remember Koby. We'll continue to do so for the years to come as one of the greatest to ever play. The game cannot thank Kobe enough for everything that he did while he was alive. And thank you so much for listening. Be a part of today's show. Right here on the Lakers..

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"The basket and be being at that point in time the third highest score of all time which was just recently passed on Saturday. Ironically by Lebron he had so much more his game that made him such an outstanding player. Yeah there's no doubt about data data. There's so many it's kind of ironic that a lot of people will remember Koby forest scoring only in l.. Forget about all of those all defensive team team honors and and the great passing ability the AD and And the fact that he do the dirty work in the little things when he couldn't couldn't make the big shots One of the things that I think is. I've always felt is really important in sports in probably in basketball more so than even than even baseball for sure in football. I mean in football. You got the right quarterback and baseball. You got the right pitcher. Those things are really important but in basketball there's is only five people on the court and when one of those people you know is the greatest player in the world. Who's going to give you every single thing you got in will answer every bell? That's going to happen that instills confidence in other players in the team. And it doesn't matter whether you're talking about the NBA finals whether you're you're talking about a girls Cyo Basketball Tournament or a game or just a pickup game down the street where there's four guys on each side and you're playing on on asphalt when you know you have the best player in the game it instills confidence in everybody else and I think that's what happened in that Celtics series Any other great players do the same thing you know that there's something about having the best player I've Seen Lebron too many times. I've seen the result of Lebron and being on a team inspire the team to play so much over their normal level. There's just a level of confidence you get Every single Guy Annette court nobody would have complained if Gobi taken the last shot in a game was a was a one point win. Or you're buying by one point and Gobi took that shot just because you knew that he was going to do the right thing that I mean his overall numbers maybe or just like every other star. NBA Player when it. It comes down to taking that last shot you know. The percentages aren't the greatest Lebron with with whoever you WANNA put 'em day whoever but the fact is he. He wanted that last shot and he wanted to take more than anyone else on the team. And the reason that you get to the point where you can take that last shot Very often is because even spire your teammates to play better That's the one thing that you know. You just can't bottle that type of breath that type of ferocity that that Iraq teammates can count on you and that the game is everything and he's going to give you one hundred eighty eighty percent every single time. He steps on the court That's one of the things that I admire about. Lebron James Need as he doesn't WanNa take it didn't doesn't WanNa take a night off. That may be foolish and some ways and at times we see the wear and tear Lebron's game and we have a bad game like we had the other night and and sometimes you saw that with Kobe to because he was not a guy who wanted to rest you know he was Kinda guys as what do you mean pulled me out of the game yet. Management was in his dictionary. It's not that's not the way you play the game. And that's no knock on an Paul George because I think both of those players have had career threatening injuries that it's it's as as it was said in a recent article I I read The clippers really have injury management management not load management. There's a difference there but Kobe was. You know he'll be was inspiration. Not only to the players not only to the fans listen in and Basketball lovers all over the world He was an inspiration mostly to the guys who played with him. You know because when you step on a court with him on your side side. There's there's a certain there's just a certain amount of swagger there that that just makes sense and I've I heard that word is as something that was really the ultimate description Kobe if anybody in a mama mentality epitomized anything the closest synonym in my book would have been swagger. Kobe really had the true swagger and he did everything behind it to make sure that if if his team was out there with him they would have that swagger to League championships. He earned that swagger every single bit of with Tom. It's just been so awesome to talk to you again. I want to thank everybody who has watched on all these tremendous facebook groups and I want to say a special thank you to not only Laker dot net but also while pop culture cosmos inside sports. LAKER's fastbreak Real Lakers fans worldwide. Lied Los Angeles Lakers fans born a Lakers fan. Dial Lakers fan all these facebook pages and all these facebook groups. I cannot thank you enough for allowing us to go ahead and express our thoughts on the greatness that is Kobe Bryant and allowing us to go ahead and elaborate in detail on his life and his legacy. And that's something I will ask you as our final question today is it explained to me in your best thoughts. The the legacy that Kobe Bryant will leave upon this earth or that he leaves upon this Earth at this time. I think the single word that you can put to it his greatness. That was never realized. I think that the unlike maybe Elvis who overstayed his time in the spotlight Koby really missed out on the second level of the second activists live is spotlight And I think the net in that sense the way that he'll be elevated on a pedestal along with James Dean Other other great heroes of America that that died before their time was up. Were always going to wonder how how what he would have done and what he would accomplished. But the trumark of it is is that the world is going to mourn the loss of one of the greatest basketball players and greatest athletes that we've ever seen and it's well deserved and I. I think that in the end we're going to see it. Avenue impact on this Lakers team. And I think it's almost as if you could expect Kobe to put one last tweet in there and say when it all for me because I think that's what's going to happen when the Lakers get back to playing basketball after a respectable time of of mourning. The loss of one of the greatest Lakers in the history of the game goodness than any better myself once again. I'm talking to Tom Wong long again. LAKER TOM IF YOU WANNA go ahead and share your thoughts. There's a great place to do it. And that's Laker Hollick's dot net whether having a conversation right right now and all the individuals that are there that so many people that are part of it that are sharing their thoughts and their memories and their love for Kobe Bryant. Go ahead and be part of conversation conversation today and all throughout the season at Laker Alex Dot net and again for us. We're the Lakers fast-break podcast. Hopefully he'll be able at some point in time. If you. I liked what you heard today give you know. Give us a listen to us. We're on each week on spotify. I apple podcasts anger. You know wherever you get your podcast Kostas type in the words Laker's fastbreak were there. And if you do we cannot thank you enough for doing so. And if you give us a five star review on Apple podcasts. That helps us become become more visible to Lakers fans out there. We'd be truly honored and humbled if you did but I'll tell you what it's it's been a rough time for everyone out there and I. I can't blame anybody anybody for having some hard time. Getting through this because it has been hard for all of us as Lakers and also basketball fans worldwide When one of the true greatest you just individuals to ever play the game? Kobe Bryant passes away in a helicopter crash but again we want to express our condolences. Not only to the Bryant family also expressed condolences to the all the families that lost loved ones in the in this tragic accident and as days go by you know the memories of all those individuals who perished in that tragic tragic helicopter crash there will not be forgotten their names their their lives will not be forgotten and I know by us all around the world we will never forget the legacy that is gonNa be Bryant and I think like we talked about earlier in the show is just going to become larger and larger than life in the years I to come Tom. Any last thoughts Alba you know. It's just been incredible. Talk India just I know you just want him. What share some last awesome final thoughts? Yeah I I have the same feelings that you do Gerald the All of our hopes and prayers go out to Vanessa and the rest of the rest of these kids Men The families of a the the other two girls on the flight as well as the pilot. It's such a tragedy. We don't know right now. What happened there You know and I just hope that I just hope that everything will be okay for those families in that they'll be able to recover and move forward and as Kobe would have wished pushed. The Games will go on life will go on will all move on So a few best thing to do is to hold onto and hugged Ogden. Love the people that you cherish and don't take them for granted you know every day appreciate what you have because it could be gone in a flash. That's so true. That's so very true again. I want to thank everybody for watching. Thanks so much. Everybody that's listening to this on the Lakers fast-break podcast podcast. Thank you so much to the Cuyahoga Valley Radio Network for airing. This special LAKER's fastbreak podcasts. And everyone out there keep the faith hug a loved one. Share your thoughts and just be strong because Kobe would want that way and you know as we remember Koby. We'll continue to do so for the years to come as one of the greatest to ever play. The game cannot thank Kobe enough for everything that he did while he was alive. And thank you so much for listening. Be a part of today's show. Right here on the Lakers..

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"It was a gas pump. It was against straight nate. I what does he mean he said. Oh I think you just worked out. I I seriously I saw the. I think he just had a great workout. I think he'd probably you know maxed on his bench. Press or something. That's what that's what producers. Sam said. Yeah that's where my head was that. Not that I ever bench pressing is the only one that thought his girlfriend woke him up this that was yesterday. They were doing said we wouldn't do. We wouldn't be naughty today to be honest Daniels. Honest can't leave things open to interpretation with US right right right keep keep everyone does for you knew you would call up and say I had the perfect pump and you knew our minds would go there absolutely louis absolutely talk about yesterday don't you. That's all right. I just would like to say one thing if I may please do Koby. Yeah absolutely absolutely absolutely not to snack. I love Kobe. Let me ask you this. Let me ask you this Jonathan Onison. I know you've got to go. But why are you such a big fan of Kobe Bryant. Just off the court dominated and one thing United States You know every day is going to be something absolutely dominate and give it your best. That's what everyone's talking about. They're talking about this this guy. Kobe Bryant who never ever gave his second best. Look at that really something to be. Learned there all right. Jonathan have a great day. Thanks for sharing your punk rocker. It will be a froggy. What about you? Why are you such a big fan of instill a fan of Kobe Bryant? I just love to watch him play basketball. He was unbelievable. I grew up when when I was very young I lived in North Carolina in North Carolina is very big into basketball and I watch Michael Jordan play and then. Kobe came along and I was such a fan. That in two thousand two They'd want to three peat win three world championships in a row with the Lakers. And I got a puppy and I got a little cocker Brown. Cocker Spaniel puppy. Little Buff colored a dog and I named him Kobe and I I was such a fan that I even mytalk after him and so yesterday was just shocked. You the very first first person. I called When I found out what had happened yesterday because I was just such a shocking story but I really was a huge fan? You know you go over the story. That broke broke yesterday. Kobe Bryant and his daughter and all those people that we need to talk about. 'cause they were on that that helicopter as well and the different layers. How and why it affects affects you? We have friends that live in Los Angeles. We're huge Lakers fans. We have basketball fans who are just huge Kobe. Bryant Fans Danielle a mother. WHO has kids? And you're talking about the mother and a father you're talking about two families. Many families are affected by what happened yesterday. You know and it affects you for different reasons me me. You know I gotTa tell you. When I hear people describe Kobe Bryant and his determined nature to go out on the court and be a leader? Correct himself when he was wrong and to fight the fight and never give up. Wow another another reason to i. Love the guy it at times like this where I wish I was more of a sports fan and I and I knew who Kobe Bryant was of course I know that everyone when loved him. You know but it's a shame getting to know him now. I waited till now to get to know this guy who's alarms going off. That was mine. I don't know what happened. Elvis there was one game where he got injured and he ruptured his Achilles Tendon in a game but he was fouled while his when his Achilles tendon ruptured he went to the foul Al on and made the shots with his Achille with his Achilles Tendon. Ruptured he still went to the foul line made his shot. That's what kind of competitor he was. So as you go out and about to do whatever it is you do today. Give it your Kobe. You know that's why we come in here every day to do the show and when I leave here going ooh shaking my head. That was just a horrible show and you know I. I'll look in the mirror and go because you because you weren't deleted. I didn't Kobe that day so we we needed Kobe more often. What's up? I was in Los Angeles for about eleven years when I lived there and worked out there and I can tell you that it would be like in New York. City for instance sends Derek. JETER dying. I mean he encompassed the city that much I remember. I think I was twenty six and I got offered tickets to see the Lakers. Chris play that night. I'm like now I gotta get up early for work and Kobe played that night and scored eighty one points the most the second most ever NBA game and he just he was Los Angeles. Listen I think he was bigger than that area. Go so there were other people on this on this helicopter and we cannot forget who is affected. Did that way as well. And we'll get to this in the three things you need to know from Gandhi a couple of seconds There you go. That's why when I came in today. It's like I'm like in. This is one those days where you come in. And how do you do your show. Let's say you have a radio show in something as monumental happened monumental is at the word something. It's huge happened as with Kobe Bryant yesterday yesterday what do you do. Hey every body shell when I come in The day after a tragedy occurs in Parkland Florida in the school. We have to come in here in wake people up right so we don't have a choice we we we walk out onto the stage. The lights are on the differences. Unlike a Broadway show we don't have a script gripped we don't go into this fairy land fairy tale and we're real and we have to sort of reflect what's going on in the mood the land. This is not a normal show today. A normal show is disgusting foul foul people. I tell you what doc as you're turning us on maybe for the first time no matter where you are listening to us on our first day on hot ninety four point nine a little rock. I know it's kind of weird. Listen to all these voices. This isn't like who's that. Why are they? They're all.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"By the way we have to explain to everyone. Who's new listening listening today that we're usually not this nice? I know what you're listening for the very first day on hot ninety four point nine little rock we welcome you. You're like who are these people and who's it of Knox's woman with a New York accent. Sorry that's Danielle be me. It's not me not just for other reason. Gandhi she's a noxious. His real name is froggy the at least in our world I names in. We're in New York. And he's in Jacksonville. How do you explain this? If an alien just dropped in on Earth we did explain plane who we are and what we do. How do we do it? If let's say your station puts us on for the first time you listen to us on iheart radio on the APP or we've we'll come from. How did we get here? It's an interesting story you can pick up my book in. It's all spelled out for you. Gosh you're an author. Yes it's called. Where do I begin? Look up Elvis Duran. That's actually a good thing to re introduction to us all also the godparents of a cruise ship. Yes we're the godparents the parents of a cruise ship. That bad. Thanks to okay so before we go around the room and you get to know a little more about what's going on in the minds of everyone around this table of Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan how you doing below as well and where did Hulo lady come from People WanNa know. Oh we say it all the time so. Jonathan looked at my screen. It says Jonathan from Allentown. PA just had a perfect pump in. It's going to be a great day so I decided I decided Jonathan not to ask what that means the perfect pump so I was thinking well. You know with the Corona virus going on you pumped some soap your hand or some pure L. O. or pump as in. You gassed up your car. I I thought a different thing being pumped into your hand Gandhi. What do you mean by that? I just thought a different thing. Okay so Johnson just had the perfect pump. Wh What do you mean I. I was sitting at the gas station talking to my wife. Kind of groggy are twenty minutes late but went smoothly and turned up thirty four.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on First Things First

"List. When I was a kid in high school I was growing up through the ranks? Kobe came into the League he was you know wasn't a dramatic comes straight from high school at that point in time to the NBA. But I was like wow seventeen or eighteen year old kid being to make that leap. And that's that's pretty damn cool and and as I started playing more ball and I was wondering at high school the things that he was doing on the floor you know admired and wanted to be a part of ABCD camp and he came and talked to all OUGHTA OUGHTA kids. That was there and I happened to be wanted to wanted to kiss. That was there and I was just. I was just listening. I was just trying to soak everything up. I could remember one thing. He said he was like if you want to try to be great it at it or want to be one of the grace you put the working. You know there's no substitution work and I was a fifteen year old kid at that can't you can actually find the footage of a And in two thousand and one I believe I was plan in New Jersey and the All Star game. If I'm not mistaken Yucca. Correct me it was in in Philly right. That Saturday Mia Maverick drove to the intercontinental downtown Philadelphia and he gave me period shoes which I ended up wearing that following night it was the railway blue. Kobe's I was fifteen and he was a fourteen hour in many ways and I'll sit and just talk to offer a little bit. He gave me the shoes. Iraq them in a game and it was the same night that we play. Oak Hill will against mellow and saw what he was able to do the very next night winning. MVP here in Philly. That same Matt Fowler Tonight as I got drafted. I'll still just admired him. You know seeing what he was able to accomplish championships having you know being early in his career where he learned from the Mrs Eddy had against the series against Utah and just use that as motivation and got better and better and better it to him winning multiple championships and continue to do our my school and and then competitors Just seeing in a work ethic the Work Ethic Daddy put into the game zero flaws off and zero. You backed off Omega Three. You take him up a little bit he can go around you he gives. You may arrange. She can post he can make free throws he zero flaws offensively and and that's something mired as well just being at a point where to defense will always be at bay where they can guard you all the way you just like. He was just immortal. Offensively because of your skillset and you're worth we take it down to two thousand eight would become to redeem their redeem team and it was a dream. Come true for me to be able to line up alongside of him just Amarna for so many years and him CNN from afar and then being able to be in practices with them and and you know me watching and learning so on. I mean is this is this is too much the story is just too much. It doesn't make sense. Let's just make a long story. Short here in the Lakers uniform in Philadelphia. Where he's from we're wanted to I I ever met him? gave me a shoes. He also is just surreal. It doesn't make no sense. The universe just push things things in your life and when you when you live in a right way or you just given everything to whatever you're doing things happen organically the interest not supposed to make sense but it just happens and and I'm happy just to be any conversation. We'll call we being Brian. It all time. Greatest basketball players ever play all time. Greatest Lakers the man got jerseys hanging up at staples center is just crazy. Such great insight into how much of an impact. Kobe had a whole generation of players. Again we should mention. This is twelve hours before Kobe. Guide for a yes. He had so much to say about. Just passing him on the Sporran this nick. Let's talk about the impact that Kobe did have a whole generation of other players are one zero zero in on one moment. Because I know both of these guys played college basketball. Doug played a little bit of pro basketball and Doug they will know Oh colby far better than I ever did but one very specific aspect and Lebron mentioned it there the redeem team two thousand eight. So let me take you back to two thousand eight where we are at that point in time Koby. It's the summer of. Oh A and Lebron is becoming Lubrani's Ronnie's just taking his team to the NBA Finals D.. Wade already won a championship more recently than Kobe had Carmelo was at the peak of his powers and the US had just been mortified on the international stage in Oh four and they are cruising through the Olympics and then they come come up against the Spain team. That's been together for a long time. That has pros on it. That really felt like we were the better team. And in that moment in that that fourth quarter of those Olympics Lebron Wade Mellow why Chris. Paul all those guys looked around around and said he's got this. Kobe got this. He's scored thirteen in the fourth quarter of that game she fouled out Rudy Fernandez. who was the other teams? And I I know what seems very specific but you still hear those guys reference that time around Koby and learning from him as far as what it takes to be a champion what it takes in those moments and those are his contemporaries much less young. The Luca's the neons and the guys who came after who didn't get to go honest played them a little bit but didn't really get to go up with all those guts. Well it's interesting. You bring bring that up. Because I think that's part of what Lebron has run into is we want to call it. The Mama mentality or basketball has always been my basketball has always been and the best player is taking the last shot no matter what. That's just the way it is. They always felt that way right. Larry Bird Magic Johnson. Michael Jordan. They never for we're at toby. Bryant never referred and even though probably his most famous play the Games now we check the thought is our perception whether it's reality or now is that he was a closures closer he was an unabashed Alpha. And that's one of the things that Lebron has we'll probably never live up up to because that's not how Lebron wired the Broncos more why has been more wired regards whether the stats nick bring out until you otherwise. He's more wired to take the right shot. Then make sure he's the guy who takes the shot right and that was the. That was the difference in Kobe. And I think that legend only grows with the mob mentality Talapity at how so many of these younger players Jason Tatum. Psychiatry Irving's come to him to study his game and work with him off season from Lebron's who we just saw all his age group down if they look at Kobe Bryant. Kobe had everything that young players would want to aspire to an what they would be impressed by. He doesn't get this type of publicity a lot. He's one of the greatest game dunkers we've ever seen. There's one where he does. In transition decision against another defender behind the back and then does a three sixty. I think it may have been against Denver. I was at mass. Where Garden remember Dr Jay's iconic layup up where you went from one side of the pain like you're saying so the other day I was at Madison Square Garden? We Koby did that against the Knicks. But don't be so that impresses the young people and then you ought to your point the closers mentality we all remember as a young guy. The airballs against Utah but when he we really got it done and I think solidified his reputation as a closer was the two thousand Finals Indiana. His fourth year in the League all right Shack Doc. Was the man on the team game four. They're up to one. Kobe was playing on a bad ankle. He had missed game three with an ankle injury shack foul. How would like three minutes left and Colby hits three bucks takes over as a twenty one year old that solidify no matter how many shots he may have may or missed going forward in the clutch that solidify his place as a closer and that Jenner to that younger generation? That's what they remember about Kobe. And you said you glossed over something and you said you know we all remember the airballs against Utah. I think there's an enormous percentage of audience who has no idea that ever had that in Kobe's first few years or in the playoffs she even as a literal teenager was like no I got it guys and he did. He missed them. I only bring that up. Today's say this for a lot of guys that would ruin them. As far as in those situations candidate Nick Anderson Amidst never never never end so Kobe teen took shots. That by the way. I don't believe to this day. Were drawn up for him. He was just like coach. I got it. Didn't just miss air balled old and still always believed. No no no no this is. This is my shot to take at you. Bring up his first championship in year. Four twenty one years old. You will that same playoff run. He has one of the most iconic plays in. NBA History. The Gupta Shack name seven against the Blazers and people. I guess rightfully look at those three years because shack when the finals MVP's shacks titles but you're you mentioned is first title title to one swing game of the series shack fouls out. Coby carries them the second title year to. He's twenty two years old. He averaged twenty nine a game right in that playoff golf run and scored forty eight in a closeout game of a playoff series. And then obviously third title what he did in the final three games against Sacramento Minto scoring thirty each game. So yeah. He had an unbelievable all-time teammate with shack. But.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on First Things First

"Abdul-jabbar on the passing of Kobe Bryant. We are now joined by Doug Godly Gottlieb when you heard the music jumped on at Redeye from La. You made sure you were here. What was your reaction when you heard about all of this? I mean I was Crestfallen. I've got to know Kobe. After his career we live in the same area. Our daughters from the school together for a couple years and one of the other families bellies John's a legendary junior college baseball families. That was yes and his wife Kerry and they they leave to kids Christina mousers a PE teacher their school. She leaves three kids. It's terrible local tragedy and Mike. My daughter my daughter's friend. Eliza was obviously on that plane so I yes. You're you're dealing with a thirteen year old daughters enough problems middle school mouth sudden. You're dealing with death and then it's it's Koby and I think you said it before Chris. The timing of what happened the night before. Like the Broncos even talked about Lebron really interesting kind of. Let us in that that back. When Kobe's playing the All Star game his hometown of Philadelphia he had Lebron he he and the? Brian Got Maverick Carter. They drove to go see him. Yeah and he was getting ready to play play Oak Hill the next day and gave his shoes and the broadmoor size too small to go from Lebron passing him in Philadelphia and becoming third. All time and Kobe has handled this so well. I guess well as you possibly can. And then pops up on your phone. Your daughter's autres crying and I know you don't know what's going on. And then you just understand the magnitude and I think the fact that we had cream Abdul Jabbar at they're like this is. NBA Stars ours are not like NFL stars and start seeing the live forever and you're still alive. There's there's gave out the NBA first MVP in nineteen fifty six as of yesterday morning only Wilt Chamberlain and Moses Malone were the NBP's that were not still with us and the fact that it's now three in Kobe's one of them. It speaks to that point. We were talking about this for the show. There's the Bill Russell seeming like bill. Russell seemed like the oldest man in the room for my entire higher life. And you still see him every NBA finals like you're absolutely Moses. Was Sudden Bi was older. But we thought we we're GONNA have fifty more years of Kobe Bryant in our lives and and Chris we've we've talked about this plan. A lot of people were worried about Kobe. Right if you has is KOBE CANNOT BE A. Gm Me coach his demands on people in terms. That work ethic is beyond what normal people are are really even capable of so we like what else and he did find he did find this. I mean he was really into coaching. The Mama girls like he's sending me videos of triangle and some of the drills they're doing they're practicing five days a week and then he had his empire but so my initial reaction. I was Crestfallen for all these Newport families and then you start to understand the magnitude of NBA superstars don't die and then and then the story itself. The whole thing is you cannot write a script like this from the airball his his freshman year in the playoffs year in the playoffs to becoming seen as the greatest closer you know the injuries. He's Colorado becoming this family man mom out and now having having an academy award like it's the most remarkable walkable tale I can think of for Mba player and unlike so many of his contemporaries gone way too soon. Bill classy longtime columnist for the La Times and his career de la times basically mirrored careers. Kobe's career with the Lakers. Last started two months before the first game and he wrote Yesterday in his column one of the lines was Co.. We does not die like this can't be true. Kobe doesn't die and we know he's a basketball. Ask a ball immortal but that was part of my thinking when when I heard the news like wait a minute. This can't be like Kobe. Bryant is one of those handful of players that you you just expected to always be there so always be in the fabric of sports and basketball. And I'm going to be like I think one of the things. I'm going to try to start. Applying more to my life is something that I look at Kobe. As having and that is co and I think anyone in any field of endeavor ever should learn this from colby he did nothing just for the heck of it. He did nothing just to get through it. Oh I've gotta do when it was when he play okay basketball it was. I'm playing to be the best ever or at least the best I can be. I remember seeing him when one of his new models of his sneaker would come out. You got my new shoe shoe yet. Or when amuse came out and showtime documentary we we used to email every so often and like he. He moved around around a bit as a kid. I moved around a bit as a kid. Sometimes we were both the only one of the few African Americans in our area so I taught you know we kind of talked a little a bit about that over email and he was like you're going to love the muse. That's because of that light. He was so he took so much pride in everything he did whether it was. He's he's shoes whether it was his game whether it was the stuffy did after off the court the the the showtime documentary and so on and so forth. I'm really we're going to try to apply that to my life. Don't be mediocre in anything. Always try to be the best I think. And I think it's a amazing lesson that a lot. A lot of people say and very few people actually do Co. we saw we had proof positive evidence. She was actually doing it by what he did. Post career but your point about what we wrote. Kobe doesn't die. I think this is one of the reasons. This is resonating so much. Because he's a global icon. You could argue the most popular player globally. BNB's ever had like you when we look at the NBA Today. And we we. We talked about it Friday four of the starting all stars Cameroon. Cameroon Greece Nigeria via Greece and Slovenia the way okay the NBA just became truly global. Game is in large part because those guys those kids grew up idolizing Kobe. But so there's that that part of it the other part of it is this it makes us all feel like could be us if Kobe Bryant can die in a helicopter crash along with his daughter in those seven other people that Doug had a relationship with and whose lives are just as valuable as Kobe's then there's any of us and it makes I think we all we all know we're going to die but none of us ever actually believe it or I think maybe but that's just me like you know it's true but it's hard to actually believe and then when you see Kobe Bryant died it's makes you. It makes all of us question question our own mortality. The popularity is fascinating. Because Chris. You'd probably test this. Most guys didn't like him when he played in his in his as prime he was not he didn't have a lot of friends in the NBA Laden his NBA career. He tried to start befriending guys and guys like what is the deal. Kobe where he's now l.. He's friendly Kobe or whatever but if you pull the current NBA players he's there Jordan Jordan. Right Iverson probably a close second and and maybe part of it is eighty and live with it. Whatever he's also you know he's going to go down as the last of the mid range guys the last of the ice? Oh guys you know. The he was a he's a very unique figure member he wanted out of. La was going to be traded. And then the you know the Bulls couldn't pull it off and he ends Zev reinvesting again Phil Jackson retirement.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on First Things First

"First things first. I'm John Wolf. This is Nick Right Chris for joining us this this morning. We are down here in Miami for Super Bowl Week. We came here to talk football but in life sometimes plans change and unfortunately today is one of those days. We are continuing to process the news of Kobe. Brian Steph his reach so much farther than just basketball as a father and husband has been an NBA legend and Oscar winner. So much more nick. I know this was hard on your was hard on every sports fan. How are you processing all of this morning? Now that you've that is second to let it sink in. Yeah I think processing is the right word and I don't think it sunk in I. This is the first one of these for me as far as unlike broussard. I had no personal relationship with Kobe. Bryant and I've never had had a celebrity death that registered with me the way I know so many have with other people. I remember the outpouring when Michael Jackson passed. Ask and I'll be totally candid. I didn't understand it. I understood people appreciated Newsweek and appreciated his career. But I didn't understand the grief reef people were feeling and now I do A. I am still in a stage of disbelief. Chris Chris I win. The news came across my twitter. Feed is I think was so many people I said. Well that's it can't be right and then as the news seemingly the only got sadder and sadder and it was confirmed and then we also know his thirteen year. Old Daughter passed away along with seven other people. I don't even know how to wrap my arms around it and I am in true shock that these it it Kobe Bryant Nineteen Seventy eight to twenty twenty that that we are not going to see Kobe Bryant sitting courtside Laker Games. When he's old and gray and that we're not going to get to see this next phase of his life that he seemed to be so excitedly embracing over the last few years of his retirement? uh-huh yeah like everyone. I mean. I was in shock. I was actually in the air when I found out I was flying to Chicago in in roots are here somebody at texted me. OMG and I shot back a question mark and they say Kobe dive and it just I was like this. Can't be Kobe. Bryant Kobe Bryant question mark and they said yeah and I began seeing other stuff because we were about to land in the news and it was like a gut cut punch and as you said I mean. I've seen tragedies. I was very little kid when Roberto Clemente died of a plane crash Thurman Munson. I was older and could understand when he died with the Yankees Magic Johnson when he came out got HIV people on a die. Hard order. Roy Halladay and more recently the great pitcher. But I haven't experienced anything like this in the world of Sports Ford in my lifetime. This is the most tragic for me that I've ever seen and there are a lot of reasons to be devastated but one was that Kobe. Head transition so smoothly to life after basketball which surprised me because because he has such tunnel vision as a player that I actually was one that thought he might have trouble transitioning because basketball was such so much a part of his is life and really was his life but he I mean I haven't seen a transition this new business ventures a venture capitalist won an Oscar. Oh for his movie dear basketball bestselling author for the Mamba Mentality Book and a family man a tremendous family win. That's why we didn't see as many laker games because he was spending time coaching his kids. Ironically the last time I saw him was about a year ago at the mall in Newport New Newport or beach where he lived and he was with his family and we spoke for about ten minutes he seems so comfortable and so just comfortable in life after basketball and so. That's one of the reasons of many. That is most devastating than me. All Jenna that the what Bruce Archer right there is was my immediate reaction. Once you start the process it is. There are certain guys who really do worry about wants as their careers over. No matter how much money you're famer accolades. They have. What will they do and will? They always be trying to who've reclaimed their athletic fame and I would have thought Kobe was going to be tops on that list because he was such an amazing competitor and he seemed to have a just a almost animalistic need to compete to defeat you to have there be some Scoreboard that he was on the top of but instead he went a totally different way. He embraced he totally room. Self into I would. It would appear the things. He may be always had a passion for but deprived himself of because he was so focused on singular greatness as a basketball a player and so he gets into films. He's always reading a different book and she gets his sports fixed through his daughters. And that's the part that for everyone to me is so jarring about it and it's a makes makes you honestly reconsider all your decisions. It makes you like all of us. I you know. Spend time away from our families for career. We're very focused on broussard. If I may your bi-coastal and I spent a year and and a half living in a different city than my wife and kids and going back and forth and it makes you think like is any it does any of it matter other than the things that actually matter and Gobi was finally getting to do the things for him actually matter and to have that stripped from him and selfishly for all of us to lose getting to see what the next fifty years of a savant a brilliant person I and that was trilingual person that could show the ability to get to the top of multiple fields. What he would've would've done the things he was already trying to do for women's basketball? It's it is a tragedy. Unlike I can remember in the sports world in my lifetime so for me I was at. I was at another network when the news of the Michael Jackson passing happen and I was just starting my career. When when when Princess Di Tragically killed those were the only two that I can remember that had such an incredible global reach but we didn't live really in the time of intense social media as we do now where you get the immediate impact of of how much he has coby Bryan has touched everyone? I mean far. I'm from just basketball. You scroll down any of your feeds and he has affected just about everyone and I know you both touched on it but my question to you is how much bigger it was. Kobe Bryant then just the basketball accolades which in and of itself are tremendously impressive. First of all basketball wise on a world stage he was as big as anyone anyone because in Asia he was arguably the biggest NBA player. There you know so yup basketball wise. I mean his impact is second to none and that includes does Michael Jordan and Lebron James as far as worldwide prominence and being a face of the game but Ko Nick Kamen touched a lot of athletes even if they go on to do some really good things after their playing career the best part at least to the public of their life life was going to be their sports career. I'm not sure that was going to be the case with Kobe. Bryant because he I mean he's I've been retired with three or four years three years and a half years and he's already done so many tremendous things and so what what he was going to do. Do I mean. I don't know if he would've ever delved into politics or whatever he obviously was intelligent enough was well respected enough to do things like that but he he was gonNA do some tremendous things off the court and again that is one of the things that makes us so tragic in my mind and and I don't know if this makes it Satur- or makes it I don't know more palatable. Probably somewhere in between when he was in the public you right in the public is Saturday night the night before because they were the Lakers were in Philly and Lebron passed him in the scoring list. And so what you saw from Kobe with his tweet after the game with Bill Flash in the LA Times wrote about today was. Kobe was truly at peace and was no longer engaging in the heavy stuff that I find myself engaging in all the time of this player versus player he was so confident and satisfied with what he had accomplished in basketball that that he had. I don't want to remove yourself from the fray but he was warning now just to lift others up and to move on to other phases. This is so you're glad he got that piece but it is for Kobe's family..

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

14:33 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Of death. And Calvin. It'll be silent. I think it'll be. It'll be the Captain Calvin the Hallway Alway South in a corner. No no no no because I actually. I like to listen to other podcasts. To see how they do things and never talked about death before really we have not and and there was an episode. I can't remember the name of the show But it was talking about death and they interviewed several people and their experiences in and around the concept and not the concept the reality of death and their lives being touched by that. And so it's just interesting when these kinds of things happen at this level when debt that happens on a communal level or almost worldwide level right without a war bomb being dropped or anything like that. We're talking about like I remember number when Michael Jackson died And when Whitney Houston died Prince Adam Prince die so we're talking about cultural. ICONS I imagine when Oprah Winfrey dies it's going be something similar to what works or Ellen. Degeneres she may not be at open level yet. But HYDROGEL OPRAH NELIN together because they're both talk show host in there. They both broke open. A lot adores okay so but either way just people who are ubiquitous with culture right synonymous with culture and Kobe. Bryant grant is love for the sport that he played and how he played or whatever whether he was against your favorite team or not He is ubiquitous. With 'em. I use the word ubiquitous correctly directly. I think you're better with with the culture Look up ubiquitous. But you through this means everywhere unavoidably the everywhere wrong. But you're not exactly what you want to say. Okay but salsa synonymous but either way SONARS to culture and so so when a person like Kobe. Bryant is the world's stops for a minute in like this can't be true like even if you didn't i. I've never met Kobe Bryant. I've seen on TV. I think I saw him play live once. I think I saw the Pistons Versus Lakers live but his affects us and so for me the way I internalize that is I stop and actually have to deal with the reality especially when someone is my age of. You've you never know when your time's going to be you know not I kind of wonder because this So not just sports talked about Whitney Prince earlier. Michael Jackson's Houston who who by the way died a roughly eighteen hours before the grammys several years ago and and the grammies exactly Koby might have not a good day. been there who knows. Well Nice coaching tonight. I guess at a with anyway We've got a helicopter. So he's we're we're we're kind of. I think we are the first generation where our people are dying. Are the famous people. We grew up with watching her dying in. We have social media and I think that might be another difference too because You might go a week without hearing somebody had passed away so and so passed away six days ago. Oh you know it's now because of twitter and You know able to TMZ which teams are able to report immediately lately on twitter room immediately on social media in so I think we are coming to terms with death of the people that we grew up loving or admiring in. And it's happening in a way that we know all the details immediately in. That's not word of mouth. It's you know you know my my mom mentioned to me or something like zones mentioned to me And I think that's different. It's making it more intimate. We find out. Oh it was his daughter. Oh what we know her name. Oh we know where the crash happened you could get to. The crash of your in southern California could drive to that area in you know all the information immediately and I think that the combination of we're watching our heroes pass away we now the doing it in a tragic way. And we know details immediately It's it's different than any generation. That's come before us. Yeah Yeah I would say I would say that that's true so obviously our thoughts are with With this family with all those affected by this and we'll see how this displays he had a wife and three children after our that our survived remaining chills related wife. Vanessa newborn new I think I think thank you posted that. ABC had reported that all four of US gives run ABC had They had not reported it was a there was a reporter from ABC who said that that four daughters were on the helicopter. They were not okay But People started questioning that immediately upon seeing it saying his youngest. This daughter is like three months. Old Well and some people are saying you would not some other saying Rick Fox had died right and he was tweeting to people saying no. You know I'm good. Okay okay I believe is his publicist regions with not as reported so obviously more news will come out over the next few days of of the other people who have A who've died. I believe there's a baseball coach. See Orange say all college baseball coach his wife his teenage daughter has his daughter appeared because I found his wife's facebook 'cause I'm voyeur okay and And his daughter who died looks about thirteen. So I'm assuming that that is the teammate of John. Yeah they run away to a basketball too. Yeah that's where. Kobe was coaching and his daughter was playing and they said that there was a teammate. On the planet on the helicopter's bad day for so many people now yeah But obviously not hollow thoughts and prayers just going out to all those affected by that So let's let's move blue forward. Ken What's What's going on in the world of politics right now? Well then a couple of weeks since we talked about impeachment we did. We didn't last week right. No I know we talked about last week. We did. Politics was not one So wait winking yes winker no so oh last week. We Rather this past week from to your Monday was Martin Luther King Day so Tuesday Wednesday Thursday. Friday were Was the first four days of the impeachment trial Tuesday went very late into the night. It with a marathon session. about amendments and rules and Wednesday Thursday Friday The Democrats laid laid out their case for impeachment. It was led by a team of seven house managers Seven Congress men and women led by Adam Schiff from California as did see his opening statements. Wash out at work and While I was at work and he So they they lead author case and and they took I think twenty twenty two of the twenty four hours a lot of them The president's defense team led by by White House counsel of Pat Sip Baloney They took about two hours of the eight available to them yesterday to To start their defense they will be back on Sunday's off day and they will be back on Monday and Tuesday and then there will be sixteen hours of question and answers. presumably Thursday Thursday Friday now essentially. What were they fighting for in the in the requested amendments in in the amendments and in the marathon session The the Democrats were making a series of motions to try and get a new evidence introduced and New Evidence introduced Witnesses allowed and If I remember correctly I it was evidence. Witnesses and the ability of the chief justice to rule on disputes. Now the argument is that In the history of impeachments that it's just three of them so it's in the history impeachments we It is strange that we would require witnesses and evidence up front. Is that true Ways wait say that again. The argument is is that it's unprecedented. That we would need the evidence in and we would need Witnesses Upfront. It is unprecedented. And let me tell you why please do It's unprecedented that. We would introduce a new witnesses into the Senate trial because The witnesses at this point should have testified in the house proceedings. There were series of people that the The House wanted to talk to some were subpoenaed. Some were not Those who were some of the ones who were subpoenaed showed up Some of them mm-hmm Followed okay all of the people who were subpoenaed were given a direct instruction by the White House. Don't show up Some of them defied by that and some of them didn't other people who Democrats wanted to talk to Namely White House Chief Staff Mick Mulvaney former White House national security adviser John Bolton trying to think there's a couple of other people but mostly moving in Bolton they Mulvaney said he will not testify under any circumstances Bolton said I will. I will testify if subpoenaed The Democrats did not subpoena John Bolton largely because the White House would claim exotic they would claim executive privilege which is a confusing doctrine The White House. The current White House seems to believe applies puts a Patina Anna of protection around everything the president has ever said and any conversation he's ever had It's a little nerdy to go into what executive privilege actually means but it's not that The problem is having a series of federal judges SP- specifically the Federal Court In the the federal court governing the District of Columbia the DC Circuit Court of Appeals the DC Circuit Court of Appeals on bank which means instead of one judge. It's the entire The entire slate and then the Supreme Court that would take roughly Nine to twelve months to get all okay. That obviously takes us past the election when it's a moot point so the Democrats didn't do that and they thought we're going to so they decided we're going to take the Senate and we're going to make a push for witnesses It requires Fifty one votes there are forty seven. Democrats it's witch means which means there are. It requires four Republican defections. I am unclear by the way what happens if there are three Republican defections for for the for the for the amendments or for. Because there's no one to tiebreak I don't think of the vice president can tie. He's because he has a conflict of interest. Chris I don't know what happens. I would imagine. The chief would have to rule talking specifically for the amendments requested amendments witnesses. I imagine if it got to fifty fifty which I doubt it will A. It'll get close but it won't get there. I believe that John Roberts if it did get to fifty fifty yup would vote for the for the witnesses to be presented. I don't know if he has vote. I I used to be the tie-break because there was look it up right there was. I think it was Andrew John. During injured Johnson's impeachment. There was a a salmon. Chase was I believe he was presiding and I think there was some issues with. He wanted to be able to rule on certain issues issues and finally it was decided he wouldn't because it was just unclear whether he had any allegiance outside of their so as much as we revere the constitution detection It was pretty shoddily put together in someplace. I think. In this case it wasn't so much that it's shoddy it left it up to the Senate to write its own rules and now maybe that is shoddy That you leave that much and this is true across the board for impeachment. There's very little It gives you in terms of this is what you can't do. These are these are hardcore stuff. A lot of it is just a you guys figured out. I don't remember who it was. I wish I could credit them So I'll just it was me But I I wish I could credit the person who said this was several months ago that I heard somebody referencing and I don't remember which number of the federalist I don't remember here. I did but they were referencing One of the federalist papers one of the federals papers written by Hamilton on the Electoral College are the Electoral College and the presidency and the commentator pointed to Harrelson's thoughts on on the presidency and the Electoral College and said you have after admit it never once occurred to him. What if our worst person becomes president? That would just wasn't wasn't thought that we would ever have are very worried because I at the time it was not a it was not a democracy in the way we know it now was the legislature was voting for the president. And they've got will they wouldn't mess this up right as perfect is The constitution is said to be turned a document. Is it could be let's just be honest. These guys were probably I mean if you know the history of the constitutional convention and how the Constitution was put together They're just like everybody else. I mean it was. It was like a three week bender of them putting this thing too like they would just drink all night long and then stumble into the room to work on this shit so I might say that the the constitution is three fifths as good as it could be so it wasn't compromised as long as some compromises. I hate you so but either way like yeah. It's a perfect imperfect document like I don't think these guys were furious. They they couldn't have foreseen fracking. They couldn't have foreseen men on the moon. They couldn't have seen women voting. Your weapons. Sure what do you think are I believe there was a comedian..

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I remember correctly highway one anyway. The things about the Pistons and So man he died. Remember that what. We gave understood Cinnamon so Kobe Bryant more than so if there was one player in throughout run of his career that he was most associated with. It was Shaquille. O'Neal for better and for worse Because they were a great team they won. I think three championships together. And and the team broke up Because they just could not Deal with each other professionally anymore Broke up in that In that shack was the one who was deemed more expendable and he went on to finish his career. I don't even know Miami Miami Miami and then but Shaquille O'Neal's tweet today. Dr Shaquille O'Neal new Dr O'Neill Dr Shaquille O'Neal's Day referred to Jonah as his niece. So they mended their relationship to the point that he considered the considered umbrella umbrella. Oh absolutely absolutely I hate to be cynical though. Everyone's Kobe's friend today. Well here's a little bit of that. Sure Yeah I mean yeah yeah I mean True I still just feel like I when I'm talking about that. That is like one of those things that I avoid talk like. No we have to absolutely need to do an episode about the concept.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I remember correctly highway one anyway. The things about the Pistons and So man he died. Remember that what. We gave understood Cinnamon so Kobe Bryant more than so if there was one player in throughout run of his career that he was most associated with. It was Shaquille. O'Neal for better and for worse Because they were a great team they won. I think three championships together. And and the team broke up Because they just could not Deal with each other professionally anymore Broke up in that In that shack was the one who was deemed more expendable and he went on to finish his career. I don't even know Miami Miami Miami and then but Shaquille O'Neal's tweet today. Dr Shaquille O'Neal new Dr O'Neill Dr Shaquille O'Neal's Day referred to Jonah as his niece. So they mended their relationship to the point that he considered the considered umbrella umbrella. Oh absolutely absolutely I hate to be cynical though. Everyone's Kobe's friend today. Well here's a little bit of that. Sure Yeah I mean yeah yeah I mean True I still just feel like I when I'm talking about that. That is like one of those things that I avoid talk like. No we have to absolutely need to do an episode about the concept.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Grammy America in the whole wide world lost a hero and we're literally standing here heartbroken in the house that Kobe Bryant bill the the Grammys held last night in the astable center at least keys course who was our hosting edge went on to sing with the boys to men and I thought China very very bad they sounded great you watched it didn't you no no no I watched part of Adam watched parts of this morning when I was I did paired I watched it I had to I I I would take you one step further out my daughter and I watch red carpet is she gives the red carpet and so the Grammys is the only award show I can kind of sort of yeah okay with because I like the musical performances I like the music I don't like right because of the politics I don't like the politics I don't like the the self back slapping Hollywood at look at me I want another trophy and you didn't you know awards ceremony did that Graham is always feels a little different to me than some of the other ones that you mentioned so but so that's why I'm okay with that I can live with the Grammys well it was don't don't don't let it run and that whole self back slapping atmosphere if you don't try to tell me that that exist out there because that's why they all got so bent out of shape about Ricky Jr vase telling them to sit down and shut up at the golden globes we were watching their wives in the we had actually the red carpet the Grammys I will read dinner I was actually really coexist park lot of conversations there's a little something there for everybody in the family my daughter had Jonas brothers my son had you'll best rap act and I kind of watch just to see who always going to be out there and what they were going to do and it is interesting to see the the day of the divisions when it comes to Liz out there if you believe some little yesterday little well yeah I I was going to try to player but I can't find a bleep version along itself I'll give you some today you know it in is like a put on twenty yesterday look music touches everybody it doesn't matter what you listen to what do you listen to classical what do you listen listen to classic rock and I thought Alicia keys did a great job less a pointing that out a day in our opening song because you what she had to adjust on the fly absolutely and so she did her opening routine later and she said basically said the same thing you know she said it doesn't matter whether you want to listen to classic rock with you one listen to rap music touches everybody but then they brought out Graham a Tyler run DMC and I see no I you know I get what Eris was having problems the drummer to their drummer wasn't there last night but Stephen what did you get banned from performing because yeah shop at practice exact yeah and you know Steven Tyler looking more like my grandma and whatever it is you know like eight hundred exactly Reverend run I don't know if he he eight the other members around the mom and look I'm no spring chicken and I I've I've got some girth around around the waist too so I'm not really one to talk but reverent and I like river run I think he's great but boy so they but more because you're going to bed reserves with run DMC S. and I've seen this song forty times when I was in high school right now Liz I had a chance to have her opening performance with truth hurts.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Now Kobe Bryant which is why he was getting to know him more and more Brian Shaw what is one of the first on NBA TV so I was kind of flipping back and forth waiting for one of these networks to break in with more news and as soon as NBA TV could get guys on set they had a a three man desk and one of them was that longtime NBA player guy who spent three seasons with Kobe at the end of his career Brian Shaw and his perspective is is unique as a as a man who I'm fifty three years old and I've dealt with a lot of death in my time and one of the things that help me deal with you know my family died in a car accident in nineteen ninety three one of the things that kept me going is the fact that while they were here we lived and we made a lot of memories together and when they're gone that's all that you have are the memories that you may that you made while they were here and for those Kobe fans that are out there there are feeling like I feel right now just try and think of all the joy that he brought to make a highlights that you remember for all the Laker fans at the championships that he brought on the put smiles on your faces those are memories that you're gonna have to rely on going forward and is a sad a moment as it may be right now we were blessed to have such a talented player to bring us the amount of joy and happiness especially like a super Laker fans and NBA fans as a whole to have this guy for as long as we did and to be able to witness his greatness on the court his popularity overseas and China guy they can speak fluent Italian and Spanish and other languages you know it's it was a blessing for us to to even happen as long as we we were able to have Brian Shaw play with Kobe Bryant toward the tail end of Bryant's career of couple championship runs after hours with Amy Lawrence here on CBS sports radio Dwyane Wade was part of team USA with Kobe Bryant and he and lebron have often talked about the impact that Kobe had on them so they crossed paths obviously they didn't quite play at the same time they overlapped enough and they were able to play together on team USA Kobe part of two Olympic gold medal squads and he brought an edge and intensity he brought an unrelenting will to win and those are things that you'll hear about Kobe right over and over but in a time when U. S. A. basketball was okay being a bronze medalist was okay competing in how to take it easy enjoy the experience Kobe said no way and so that was the impact he had even on guys who weren't that much younger than him you think about it Kobe was forty one Ron is in his mid thirty so we're not talking about at a completely different generation lebron by the way along with his Lakers teammates found out the news while their team plane was en route from Philadelphia two LA and the Lakers were in the air course there's always access to wifi now and they were trying to the reports are they were trying to get in touch with their families and and do what they could while they were still in the air maybe some of you have seen the video of lebron when he got off the plane sobbing in the arms of I don't know if it was his wife it was it was a really high angle video but he was shaking he was shaking with the sobs that you could tell and Dwyane Wade himself in tears when he posted a video a few hours ago today is one of the saddest days in my lifetime seems like a bad a bad.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

"Murphy on the twenty minute morning show for this Monday January twenty seventh. Everybody's still reeling from the death of Kobe. Bryant Kobe Bryant is dead at the age of forty one he he died in a helicopter crash. Flying over Calabasas California on his way to the basketball clinic that he and his daughter were running in. His daughter was a prolific athlete. She was in the plane as well. Gee Gee as she's known by and eight others were on the plane who perished and everybody cannot believe that Kobe Bryant is gone. I wrote this on my facebook page. I wanted to just say this briefly. Because how's the crew. We're going to get together and do an analysis on the life of Kobe Bryant. Later on in the twenty minute morning show For today once once we record but I said this Kobe Bryant is gone. His daughter is gone. His wife and remaining daughters are left left alone in this world. Brothers and sisters. I am a man who has lost. All of his family members like so many. I grieve often in the privacy of myself. The loss of life is heart-wrenching. The only thing we can do is to give each other the love that we deserve from one. Another that Kobe's death breath be a call for us to run into the arms of one another and serve each of 'em be humble and drop are false egos us before our time comes. We must learn from death. Death feeds life. If you understand have the courage to love. Even if people don't love you back this is the love Christ is trying to get us to challenge. People are fake love. Let's be real. He'll put another facebook post on. I wanted to read it to you as I was lying in embiid just looking scrolling through my phone I said as we born Kobe. Bryant's death. Let's remember that tomorrow's never promised to us. Yes we must spend our lives in the way of God and express our gift to the world like. Kobe did with his talent. All of us have a rendezvous with death less reflect on his death as a call to action for our own lives and then I put Hashtag time time and how we use it and the time and how we use it as exceedingly important because we do not know the day or time that the give of life will call it back and just like that. Kobe Bryant is gone just like that and the twinkling of an eye just like that. I wrote another post I want to share with you. I said life is short. Every moment you are alive is a sacred moment. Spend your time loving your moment. And God's universe and inspire others to bring the God inside of them out for the world to see Kobe. Bryant expressed his God hood in his life as a world class athlete. What will you give to the world tomorrow? Fill your life with truth and love for God has created for what God has created out of his mind. That's all of us when God takes good people away from us. He's doing something for the human to ponder and I put in quotes your lives are not your lives. They belong to me and I call interview back and the twinking in the twinkling of an eye to where it all began. This has got talking and then I said so again. Love is the best protection against the fear of death for love. Cast it out all fear. Don't be afraid to love. Love show show unimaginable. Love to your spouse your children in everybody that you come into contact with for you do not know when you're rendezvous would death will occur but when it does you can take the sting of death like a soldier and the army army of the Lord and that's what it's all about. It's about showing love to your fellow brothers and sisters every day Kobe. He is not here anymore but we are here and one day. You won't be here and yes I mean you know so shocking. When we got home yesterday afternoon my son was scrolling through his phone and he just just screamed out? No no no you know what's wrong. He said. Does it. Go on your phone going your phone and I want my facebook page and I post I saw was about the death breath of Kobe. Bryant so death is inevitable. I don't want to sound more on the podcast but we have to talk about it. But we're going to get more into it later with the group when we discuss The life and the death of Kobe Bryant one of the greatest it is athletes ever to walk the earth with the greatest work ethic of any athlete. There's been documented. I mean it's just his. His life is just incredible. You know a working out at three. Am Four am to get better and more proficient and put more distance distance between you and your contemporaries is just an outstanding work ethic that we should all follow Kobe. Bryant rest in peace brother. We're going to follow up on this podcast at just wanted to get something out to let you know that You know we own the Cason. Jason we want to express but God has put us of the life of Kobe Bryant and share some information. Not so see you on the next episode of the Twenty Minute Morning Show. We're GONNA get in-depth and talk about Kobe Bryant..

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