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Udonis Haslem Signs for 19th Season With Miami Heat

WGR 550 Sports Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

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 | 2 months 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 | 3 months 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 | 3 months 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 | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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 | 5 months 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 | 5 months 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 | 5 months 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 | 5 months 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 | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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 | 6 months 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 | 7 months 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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Judge rules that Deputies accused of sharing Kobe Bryant crash photos can be named

John Williams

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Judge rules that Deputies accused of sharing Kobe Bryant crash photos can be named

"Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa Bryant, can obtain the names off four Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies who allegedly shared graphic photos from the site of the helicopter crash that killed her husband, their daughter, Jonah and seven others. The L A Times reports that an effort by the Los Angeles County lawyers to keep the deputies names under seal was rejected yesterday by U. S District Judge John F. Walter. The ruling means the names and details from the Internal affairs investigation can be added to Vanessa Bryant lawsuit against the county and the Sheriff's Department. The county, though Can appeal the decision.

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Vanessa Bryant calls on deputies who shared Kobe Bryant crash photos to be ID'd publicly

Mo'Kelly

01:29 min | 7 months ago

Vanessa Bryant calls on deputies who shared Kobe Bryant crash photos to be ID'd publicly

"Sheriff's Department is not commenting on this, but Vanessa Bryant wants to publicly name the L. A County sheriff's deputies accused of taking and sharing photos. Of the dead body of Kobe Bryant and other victims at the side of the Calabasas crash that claimed the lives of the NBA superstar and eight others. In an instagram story, Vanessa Bryant criticized the Sheriff Department for trying to redact the names of the accused deputies. What to her. I thought it was instagramming pretty. Okay, I've got like 6000 followers that Brian does junk. Brian does junk. Asses Bryan with a Y. S o. But and I went to her feet. I couldn't find him. But regardless, I saw a screen shot of it. But she noted that in any other situation, the suspects names would be unsealed. She described the move as a double standard. The sheriff's Department has said it will not be commenting at this time. The NTSB primarily blamed pilot eras a buy in In the crash a year in a month ago that killed him, along with Bryant, the also Bryce daughter, six of the passengers. The pilot, though experience ignored his training that the detective to the NTSB said it was likely to buy and felt pressure to deliver his star client. Um and all that. But then, anyway, the point is, the report has been Issued about the investigation on where the photos came from, but the names were redacted. And that's Vanessa Bryant prom. She wants to name him and shame them

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Kyrie Irving wants NBA to honor Kobe Bryant with new logo

CBS Sports Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Kyrie Irving wants NBA to honor Kobe Bryant with new logo

"And he has been campaigning for something. And that has been For the NBA logo. To be changed. To Kobe Bryant. Carrie says it needs to happen. I don't care what anyone says His initial He had an instagram post where I think the phrasing he used was black Kings built this league. On Banesto, Bryant Like the Post or Vanessa Bryant a great idea. A Zafar is changing the NBA logo to Kobe Bryant. Now when

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Tiger Woods Faces An Uncertain Future

The Lead

03:43 min | 7 months ago

Tiger Woods Faces An Uncertain Future

"Also brennan. It's currently a little bit before eight pm eastern on tuesday night and we need to say obviously that this story is still developing but as of now. What do we know about the car accident involving tiger woods. Well at this point based on the press conference held by the los angeles sheriff's department and various reporting tiger woods was driving at what was potentially too high speed around a area in los angeles county. That had a pretty severe bend in the road. The vehicle travel several hundred feet from the center. Divider at the intersection and rested on the west side of the road. In the brush is seven fifteen in the morning. Local time in la reissued ended up on. Its sire and there's a picture of the car holy cow and needed to be pried from. The viewpoint was removed by paramedics wielding axes to which is to use for prying and we also use an to pry him from the vehicle he was taken from the coat with see a caller backboard for Spinal precautions was responsive at the time of standard and resume wait. He was removed from the scene on a backboard rushed to nearby hospital and a trauma center. As of now no evidence of any impairment. There was no evidence of impairment so subsequent to that we're not gonna make any There was no effort to draw blood for example at the hospital so as of now it seems like a really bad accident. What do we know about. Tiger woods is health at the moment. Will he was brought to the hospital. Underwent surgery mark steinberg agents said there's multiple leg injuries. It has been said that there are potential fractures in his legs. But the big thing that was kind of noteworthy coming out of that press conference was. Everyone's saying he's lucky to get out of his life. He was wearing a seat belt. But it's bad and it could have been a whole lot worse when we first heard this news and didn't know really any details and just saw the photos of the car. I think a lot of us flashed back to just over a year ago with kobe. Bryant's helicopter accident also. La did you also have that immediate reaction i did. It was eerily similar. Do you remember where you were when you heard about kobe bryant. I think everyone will remember today. This was kind of one of those moments so it was only about fifty five sixty miles or so from where kobe's helicopter crash was so definitely. I had that kind of haunting feeling. I think a lot of people did. How has the gulf world reacted to this new. So far fellow players golf officials the best way i could describe. It is a lot of people holding their breath not only for his health. But for what happened. I mean i'm sick to my stomach hurts to see one ear seven now. My closest friends know getting an accident. And i just hope he's all right just is weird. I kids you know ensure the struggle. It's been a journey with tiger woods and a lot of people have kind of come to a level of cognitive dissonance of balancing the man and the myth and the realities of the scandals that he's been involved with and the amazing greatness and today seeing kind of the juxtaposition between this and his crash in two thousand nine tigers wife of five years zealand nordgren told police she heard the crash and used a golf club to break the rear window and pull him out of the locked vehicle. Young raveling of this public persona. That was very much kind of construct when it comes tiger woods. This perfect person was perfect.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:17 min | 1 year 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 Blitz Sports World Podcast

Blitz Sports World Podcast

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

"Right right. I mean just truly can embrace people making their argument for their guy. They're gonNA I'm saying because my brother's twenty five and you and he says in his mind Kobe's the best he's ever seen like I. I haven't seen Jordan in comparing Kobe Bryant. I think Kobe better than Bronx saying so. I know I don't think it's okay to put perspective but when you have the numbers that Kobe has and when you're fourth all time in scoring in the third time in third the time a once you retired and you have all those other accurate I can easily see how person can walk off the court thinking. I'm the greatest. The time I mean I can see. I'm the greatest by and that's how Kobe. But you know what. The beauty of the sixty point gang was is that Kobe the final game was just a thing of beauty because Kobe was totally peace with his career. Like that was like the icing on the cake dropping or he went out guns blazing long Lonzo Ball. Put up fifty fifty cents. That's what I'm saying. So it would snow indicative of the whole he was. He was like this in my lab partner. And you already know what you already know. What's up his fifteen minutes? Yes score fifteen points in the last three minutes of that a game which is crazy which is actually really crazy when you think about it. I mean he totally Jacquard fifty six from. I'm saying it's it's so him that he was enough. That was like that was. What may that's the that's what made it so beautiful for man? He was like he said he was going to do something he didn't WanNa do it. I hear you you gotTa Make You Strip basketball and we just have you start breaking down Mike Characteristics of a successful person he's got. He has all the attributes he had all of them. How do you I think the community? La are going to deal with this just being around so many different types of liberty and just knowing gene the impact that co copy had on so many people's lives to think is going to be going to rival nipsy surpass it or or do you think is going to go back back to normal for this chance to Kinda like morph into something bigger well for one I don't want to. I mean I definitely don't want to compare and contrast you know two different individuals passing in terms of impact. The like I felt like the city is forever affected just like other forever affected with with Nipsy..

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

10:10 min | 1 year 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 Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:20 min | 1 year ago

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

"In the middle of the street. And it's challenging as it can be you find a way to get around it and you got to move forward in in thinking about what you learn from. What's going on? Of course we're waking up thinking about everything that happened yesterday. We had the grammys last night. which almost didn't seem real? Because we're we're all thinking about what happened in California Calabasas with Kobe Bryant and his daughter and all the people who lost their lives on that helicopter. And we're GONNA talk about all of them today not just Koby but anyway so everyone's sort of in a fog in days in a little shock because of as Gandhi said the immediacy of it the finality of something that happened in the a flash of a second right. Yep and it's one of those things that you just think of all the things you could have done differently and I think all of us have been in that situation where somebody walks out the door and they just don't come home and we really take advantage of what a blessing it is for someone to leave and come back. I know Daniel you wrote something really beautiful on social media last night and see the thing is I know where you're coming from. You Just Lost Your Dad. You're raising a family in so dead family. The Kobe Bryant story involves all of that and more. Yeah it was very very tough because of that the just the fact that somebody had tweeted out yesterday that these people had plans for tomorrow. You know what I mean. They sat down. They had breakfast this morning. And they're like all right seen in a couple of hours and you don't see them in a couple of hours and having to deal with my little guy who who had a million questions and trying to give him answers. Does that put his mind to rest. When you don't even have your mind at rest remains so okay so we go through what we're thinking and what we're feeling we're talking to our friends about it eventually? We have to turn it to the point of what are we. What are we learning from all this and we'll figure that out? Let's let's let's kind of go down. That wrote today. Let's have a good day. Yeah that's what we have to do. We have to give you a great day in welcome to the show. Our first caller today is Kelly in beautiful demoines Iowa. How you doing out there Kaley? What's going on? I'm with you driving early. Were you going so early. It's way too early driving. Where are you going? I told myself start working out or at least intentional movement every day in the new year at some of our classes. We're work in a bar class. Yes yes yes..

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:36 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Lakers magic sauce you grew the magic sauce and you got drafted to Charlotte. And what was your first reaction to her and saw that Dan you hear the Leykis purpose it well. I knew it was going on there. There was a trade in works right and so when I got drafted good representation he knows and so I get you know get drafted into the phone with the GM of the team that drafted and also get on the phone with the Charlotte. Gm He's just tells me what's going on by my media front and he goes well. It's a good thing trae and you can use you anyway mother. Okay Okay and so that's what happened on draft night so I was already. I was already triggered AMMO. I was triggered. I was reading Jim like fuck the media trying to try yeah yeah. What'd you telling me to tell okay all right. Okay you go on to a team. That's they are raised screaming like with so much talent on this team. They should be a championship team. You go onto team straight out of high school. You know I goyo over to go straight out of high school and its press. You've got eighty Jones Nick van next shock. You got all these guys this in front of you and you come come out with the total confidence of opposed to play on this level well. Here's the thing is probably good for me to play against those top players zero all stars stars playing against them every day in practice iron sharpens iron yeah the flip side of that is going to a team in which I play immediately right and all these stuff the individual stuff that people talk about the end of the career the numbers and all that stuff would be much better and he's probably be hiring also but going to the Lakers complain behind Eddie Jones and Nick Benzel taught me a lot. Barscott was were watching kind of starting to figure things out a little bit made practice very very competitive and I had to do a lot had to try to perfect damn floor because if I made a mistake coach Zhang meow Zo understanding what that feels feels like every day in practice has got to be a war because I gotta prove that I deserve the play. I deserve to be here every play matters and so. They're raised me that we was because I was taught like that too like if you WanNa play you WanNa play during Game Day. You show it in practice. Yeah man listen our vets will come to practice. They wouldn't want practice real back to back up. Whatever immune deficiency say not off problem all the scrimmage right now in all this ball to talking and we withdraw crazy but you know we were just young and you know wanted to prove ourselves and you were in the way when you decided to go out of high school. Did you think about college like was college that she was going to go to and yeah it was it was tough for me because I went through a whole oh process of of thinking it through trying to think through as clearly as could right and like you know my two top schools were Duke in North Carolina home and then trying to figure out why in coach K. Reputation for letting us play at the time Grant Hill was the player that was there and you know he was the spread the floor rant screen roles and he's kind of ahead of its time yeah US running the game with Duke with a spread offense and saying do you want to do the same with me and then on the flip side of that Carolina and and Dean Smith didn't do they the opposite he had a system yet structure but his players came off fundamentally sound and ready for basketball those those were the two teams and Dean Smith. Stop recruiting He sent me a letter and said listen everybody. I talk to seem to think you're GONNA go pro. Don't WanNa waste your time. You know best of luck if you if you change your mind just know this could be a home for you. They told you going to be a lottery. Pick wasn't really sure because I always always like the guard. The come out of high school hadn't been you know what I mean. It was like guards can can't do that. Sort of thanks of an air is up in the air by by the difference of when you came in straight out of high school you went into a League annual team. Grown men got kids families and all of that as opposed to now now. You know these guys come in nineteen. Whatever they got plenty of guys an age group everybody around the same talk about how different how different how difficult that was for you come near literally at eighteen and a real grown man. I everybody say when you get to the NBA unit grow mentally but right now. It's more of a a young man's league like when you came true grown man yeah well now. It's like college just a young go to class Brian. Level back then it was true Roman. Oh man and I think it was positives and negatives to that. The negatives relate to any of them right there things that they could do a team that I couldn't do. you go out to a to a certain club as a team. Go to a bar a team. I can't go legally can't go like us it. It was it was hard and I think that actually I had nothing to do. So what am I going to do. I'm going to play basketball basketball so I think that's we're not I think about it some the my behavior originated from and so I got into that habit so even when I became legal. I still wasn't going to hanging out team because I was so condition. Listen to focus on one thing and one thing so speaking on that. I've talked to my boys and everybody's about this. I I played in. La For four years I've never seen can you anywhere other than the state. I don't know how do how it had by so much. He will proceed like nine. I love how you the Black Bruce Wayne. He takes helicopter well. I I was obsessive Bro. I was really obsessive about this game to me. Everything was competitive advantage as well. I didn't want to be around guys. You know see see meow no one. I'm not working. I don't want that you know and I was really really about that life. I was always going at it and then to know what I'm doing. Now I had to prepare for early. Twenty s started thinking about Oh. I got to think about what comes at the end a writing. I know it was GONNA be films and novels and all that sort of stuff but I knew it was going to be something something around writing so I had to practice that when I was in playing basketball spending time with my wife Family I was writing. I didn't have time to be going out and doing stuff not to say I. I didn't do it but right at one one point US right reps too I was. I was actually helped me a lot because it helped me with assemblies metaphors. I you know with the creative writing aspect of it and being able to say things in a condensed format. How can you say a lot in in one bar one boy how can you minimize the Ark of which trying to tell helped me a lot and gives them by going through this story which you and like the rhythm of of the words by just like us like all the rest of the east coast do they all have fairly sign aw Philadelphia's you know certainly Neo ragging Philadelphia. We believe are better than anybody from anywhere right so it's a little bit of that too but like at the time. I didn't understand what it was that I was learning but in looking back it certainly because podcast show for example like the Pune. He's he's right. When you listen to the show there's a lot of harmony and rhythm even in the back and forth dialogue between characters. There's a certain rhythm that you that the ear has to be in tumor and that just comes from the music. So what made you start. The journeys talk about that the podcast a lot of your stuff in the content. I liked the fact that is geared toward the kids in trying to help him learn and just getting them especially with the books man 'cause my my fifteen euro he he's he's a big reader in like he wanted the wisdom. Dr Books this man. He wants a new book so like for him. It's something like oh he's for real like a kid has high you know reading IQ in high reading level and he he's originally from La so Kobe's you already know like Yo. I gotta get the book and then now you heard about this book so his dope to see how you you inspiring kids and that man of like that they want to go get the book. It's like you know every course shoes come out with a Ball Jersey but like the book is a whole different different lane inspiring kids. What made you go that the rich the kids are future console like how can I take information that I've learned my twenty years of playing and before that in still at down to teach kids at an early age teaching these things and nine ten years old how to deal with pressure how to do things I sorta thanks thanks. How can I distill these messages down at an early age that these kids grow up with the Lego and the pianist was something that was just finally. I don't see any shows for children anymore. That are fun. So have you showed. Oh that's for kids. Involves animals enough of the dam had them in here about a damn talking chicken anymore. I'm done give me real kids kids dealing with real issues playing sports which is the greatest metaphor we have life learning from each other parents out of the get. The overbearing coaches out of there. Let the kids just hang out and trash talk each other and learn learn that confidence and you had a bunch of teammates all star team as hall of fame teammate. What teammate that you took took something from that stuck with you for your career. A couple things one was more tactical in nature which was Eddie Jones and he taught me how to chase guards around screens off the ball so I kept getting hit screens on the gloves kind of shadow. He was excited. He was great. He trailed behind you trail behind outside shoulder get around to pick. He body up to his slide right through that. Oh Yeah taught me that that helped me out a lot and I use that forever Gary Payton as well taught me how to get through screens on on the ball those things yeah because like you know getting hit with ball screens is like the worst feeling for guard when Your Garden Wall and so he taught me how to move up into to the ball handler make yourself thin and then slide through screen those the two things that I take the you think like our era was so competitive that we weren't given no secrets. Chris out like this era is like you know. Also we always we never got a chance to sit out have conversation conversation. We joke that we were so competitive but it always was the respect factor that I grew up in an era where you just play a level basketball higher than yours and that's how you work going again. I never was taught how to come from the hood. I never was taught how to go on. Jimmy put the work in on you. GotTa put Your Weight Room Work into like I got to the League again. I want to go into the room playing eighty two games on my body's breaking sure on down the Ho Ho like what you what was the I had some really good mentors information was in Goslin share information generally but if you ask they just may especially if they know you're cut from the same cloth. GP GP me he went on and on on and he loves and we were playing may face them in the playoffs right but he was still sharing information because of the respect factor of furthering game. It's always there. You might win share information with nobody you know but he did with me because knows. I'm about their life and so when I had those mentors giving me guidance you you know Jerry West is agreements will remind list goes on and on and on man I agree guidance. You just saw this. I looked at what they could do and I was like I can do it too. That's the worst thing will work harder than they did and see why. I've got drafted right. We always dard one the first one I once alone Mike. I'm like do the biggest comparison I give people. When I I had to start checking I remember movie love and basketball right and she's like like Gardner. Grill this out like that's a lie. I had that feeling with like two. Maybe three different people the first time I got it called transition. You know you get caught and j running down your back. You transfer being.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on On Purpose with Jay Shetty

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on On Purpose with Jay Shetty

"Not today's guest needs zero introduction. I mean who in the world does not know Kobe Bryant but for the people out there that don't know I wanted to remind and you and for those of us to just recognize how honored I feel right now and how grateful I feel right now to be sitting here with this legend an icon. He's a five time. NBA Champion he's the two time Olympic gold medalist an eighteen time. NBA All Star and in his new role as writer producer and Storyteller Koby it'll be created Greenwich Studios which is aimed at helping athletes maximize bad potential and he's winning awards in Hollywood who already as well. He's won an academy. The award in two thousand eighteen an annual award in two thousand seventeen and today is the launch of the new level legacy in the Queen and also new podcast the puny any so. I can't wait to talk to him today. Kobe thank you for doing this. Pleasure moment forever yeah so grateful to be in your studios here as well happy to be here and the first question I wanna ask you because there's so much of your content right. Now that you're creating here. Granitski is aimed at helping young people and helping children and as a father of four gals I wanted to ask you. What's it's the biggest thing you've learned about yourself by being a father <hes> you know it's amazing like when you become a parent things become much more are your life becomes lines things up for you a little differently right before you have kids me and my wife who can travel anytime you know? There's there's work in you know he's become very <hes>. You have a very clear focus when you have children becomes about them. It's not about you guys anymore right so that shoplift too big one you know it's one of kind of a <hes> selfishness together and then to be an absolutely selfless and doing anything you can't for your kids kids and so what I'm trying to do is create content that teach them first and foremost that's why I started this. Whole thing is just reading stories to them that I felt like didn't exist in our kids are athletes and <hes> they love reading about princesses and all these fairy tales and you know they get a little sick and tired about demand save in the print says says every time you know the same old stuff magical winds and all that my kids athletes ban they want to learn about soccer balls and basketballs volleyballs and you you know magic that comes from that Yeah I love that you encouraging young people to think more imaginatively about sports and I think that's what you go a step deeper for me observing having you and learning about you and hearing you speak in other interviews and everything what I'm fascinated by is that you've dealt with things in life pretty head on you've always gone at it? What took you awhile while what was something in your life that you were shy about originally or that took you awhile to go head on with but then finally you got there and you figured it out <hes> writing your basketball that that was a hard jump you know because I had written before I started writing probably about seventeen years ago until practicing every day a lot of things out Dow wrote were were ads and so right an ad by looks up at who wrote to add Reggiana? There's a certain <hes> in the nitty that comes along with that right right right there basketball was different. put it out there for the world to see is trying to create a short film and <hes>. I didn't know if I could do it man and <hes> you know it was my daughter who kind of put things in perspective for me Jeon. She's now thirteen and she was like well. You always tell us to go for it so uh-huh yeah. She put me on a spies she was going to talk about it. You're going to be about it basically known that that gave me the final push. I love that when you started writing seventeen years ago. Did you envision that one day you'd move into this storytelling so is it just something you know man. Just somebody joy and I enjoyed writing ads. It was something funny about trying to distill message down into thirty seconds or a minute depending on the budget. You know what I'm trying to say something important <hes> <hes> trying to speak to the brand attributes but also speak something as greater has a stronger message stronger philosophical message and how do you connect those dots so putting a puzzle together with something that was really intriguing but like I never thought I'd be writing novels or movies and that sort of stuff never man. I love that man I love it how everything evolves naturally and actually hearing you say that reminds me so my vision when sharing earlier became very clearly making wisdom go viral <hes> I was like how do I take these teachings things that I like so sacred hidden away in these books and how do I make them really relevant accessible impractical to the whole world because I know that anyone can access them a universal right these these teachers play anyone but sometimes they just hidden away sure and a young person doesn't add to find him so that inspires me hearing that as beautiful too because especially in today's <hes> today's world there's so much clutter and you know it becomes harder for kids to try to weave through a lot of the crap. That's out there the fine <hes> stop. That's actually beneficial to him. Yeah I think you reminded me. I think e o Wilson said where drowning information starving wisdom. I sure I special your work is cutting through because I think what you've managed to do with your new work is you're finding ways to connect with what people care about but you're taking a step deeper yeah. Let's talk about sports. It's not just about sports. It's about the metaphor escorts has for life. I mean you know sports is greatest greatest metaphor. We have in in terms of dealing with life. Is You know even if you listen to music music or give you guidance right that you can then meditate on and think about how you would apply in in sports. You have to apply it in the here and now your face was challenges moment to moment your face with pressures and anxiety and communication the lack thereof even also their stuff like it's in the moment so you have to live it and when you practice those things you become better at it but I just feel like in this day and age our children have become less imaginative about how to problem solve in parents and coaches have become more directive in trying to mandate or give orders or teach kids how to think and teach kids how to behave versus and tell them how behaviors teach them how to behave and so that's creamy stories. A green is content. We all know that children are the future and finding a gift that a child will enjoy and be entertained by learn expand their minds and become more creative is extremely dreamily extremely difficult and that's why I'm excited to introduce you to Kiko Kiko crates are fantastic way to get your kids brains working on steam projects science technology engineering arts and math and helping them expand their mind to think about new possible.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"The golden review Kobe Bryant today and. That he doesn't think championship way you played in so ball dominant. What's your response to that? Because we have injuries. Of course of the year. So. Chris. Bag full roster. Got the most of the guys that can make plays multiple guys the boss. Right now, he's he's he's probably way. This way. That won't get us where we want to go. Russia. So I'm excited for that. I just laugh at the idea of back in the day peaked. Kobe Bryant Kobe is the ball dominant superstar for the Lakers. Anyone trying to tell this to Kobe Bryant and the results even being close to that. Temper to-. Kobe never struck me as the guy that would be overly receptive to the same level of. I don't even want to call it criticism, but analysis that could be perceived as criticism when you are someone that is fiercely competitive and defensive of your own style as one Kobe Bryant might be so fiercely competitive and offensive that you would run Shaquille O'Neal out of town. So that you could pursue this as the lone wolf at the top of the heap. Like, you're asking I believe of James harden to be everything the Kobe Bryant, I don't know could have been maybe this is me shortchanging the legacy of Kobe Bryant and looking back with ball dominant colored glasses on but I can't help. But think the Kobe Bryant would not have dealt with this. As definitely as James harden. Just didn't that sound bite. Maybe. See? That's just me. I'm not really sure. But what I am sure of is coming up next. There was a unicorn landing in Dallas yesterday. Shift for the mornings coming up next. We'll explain its first and last when my goal junior here on ESPN radio and the ESPN app.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Today and. Championship way you played in so ball dominant. What's your response to that? Interest. Of course of the year. So. Chris rhythm back full roster. We've got the most of the guys that can make plays multiple guys. Right now. He's probably right. This way. Get us where we want to go. So I'm excited for that to come. I just laugh at the idea of back in the day, Pete Kobe Bryant Kobe is the ball dominant superstar for the Lakers. Anyone trying to tell this to Kobe Bryant and the result even being close to that. Temper Koby never struck me as the guy that would be overly receptive to the same level of. I don't even want to call it criticism, but analysis that could be perceived as criticism when you are someone that is fiercely competitive and defensive of your own style as one Kobe Bryant might be so fiercely competitive and defensive that you would run Shaquille O'Neal out of town. So that you could pursue this as the lone wolf at the top of the heap. Like, you're asking I believe of James harden to be everything the Kobe Bryant, I don't know could have been maybe this is me shortchanging the legacy of Kobe Bryant and looking back with ball dominant colored glasses on, but I can't help but think Kobe Bryant would not have dealt with this as deftly as James harden. Just didn't that sound bite. Maybe that's just me. I'm not really sure. But what I am sure of is coming up next. There was a unicorn landing in Dallas yesterday. Shift for the mornings coming up next. We'll explain its first and last Michael junior here on ESPN radio and the ESPN app..

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"To call into the show when he calls in i'll cut you off 'cause y'all come before kobe i'll do understand kobe bryant was on a bronze go take precedent so if i take any phone calls and coby bryan calls in i'm cutting that compensation short we're expecting him to call in any minute i'm hopeful that he calls in in any minute for any minute from now number to call of his always edited say espn is triple eight seven to nine three seven seven six lot of things to get into obviously we started off the show talking about lebron james he's going to la the ripple effect we anticipated it'll have on a western conference with the lakers can do what is gonna do for the franchise etc etc as promised the black mamba himself is on the line and one and only kobe bryant what's going on big time how are you man what's going on man how you doing i'm very happy i mean i i know i used to lie i used to lie and tell you that i didn't give a damn about the west coast because i was from new york city but dammit i love la and this this is special kobe this especial give it to give it to me straight when you heard the news when you learned whenever it was you learn that lebron james is coming to la to play in a uniform you blessed for twenty years talk to me about what your reaction was like my my first reaction was rob magic in jamie are beat always like man i was so happy not just for rob obviously you know around like brothers man magic genie who you know it was a tough call copper genie to decide to really take over the franchise man and there's a lot of kind of second guessing ourselves and and she decided to go forward with this i was creamy happy for this genie as well and then the fact that i've been a laker fan because i was three you know so i believe purple and gold man i'm i'm really really happy to see the direction that we're headed when you talk about the direction at this franchise headed and put into perspective from a player's perspective what the arrival of lebron james should do in the franch for the franchise as it pertains to other players willingness to come to los angeles well you know i always told you it takes a certain union player the put on that juries fan and you know our franchise has been very fortunate they've had some truly truly great players historic players to represent the franchise and extremely fortunate now to have the bronx as one of those players you know what i mean and for other players around the league i think it's pushed the lakers front saragan and topic of conversation it creates an energy around the city which i think is extremely important not just for the city of self for the league as a whole the league to to do better when the lakers are in contention boston in contention i mean it's always the key market and for us to have a player like lebron here just create so much energy and players like lonzo kyle and the others now have that really good pressure to push them forward sooner rather than later and i can't wait to see them respond to it it's gonna be terrific we're talking to the great kobe bryant right here with steven a on stephen smith show espn radio kobe go back to what you were looting because it's not the first time that you've said that throughout your career i remember when you know the white house was a lake and he was a free agent and people were talking about pitcher film or whatever you said it back then it takes a special person gotta be a different kind of person to put on that uniform and the look forward to talk to me about the lord the pressure or whatever word you wanna use that comes with being a member of the lost angeles lakers being the marquee rather for the loss angeles lakers what does that require well requires a certain amount of skin you know because it's a it's a place that's that's used to a certain legacy and.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Kobe bryant on this rockets team peak kobe bryant a way better shot of being the warriors get swept by the wars kobe chris ball together would be awful tyler you can't think that arabic swept but i i don't think they be as good as they are now you think the james harden would make kobe kobe would probably steak d'antoni system and be would be awful with kurt like that's why when legats france talk about the cp three trade that got taken from them i hope they understand like that was a good thing that happened for them i doubt a a terrible like those two in the works at all you think that kobe makes everybody worse on his name no i think he was ball dominant and i think chris balls ball dominant i think james harden like really doesn't give a fuck that's why i think it turns out to work even though he was so ball dominant last year why didn't powder saw win any championships without cobi he who else will be playing with adam i dunno i thought he would make everybody way better i mean eight employer lamar autumn hit impo rana test or meta world peace is there changing abedi it wasn't quite kkob argue the eight it he didn't play with andrew buying them for the two years andrew bottom actually cared about basketball not bowling you know what that that also hayley lewis areas pretty fucking bed but he got some hairstyles off i put out ill that fucking the troll hairstyles fire didn't isn't andrew bottom the only reason philly was able to embrace uh tacking it was the was they like the the most key is of god's yeah it was the for the process genesis of the entire process right so you should love andrew members of the white drude right yeah well dollar move net via barnum yeah everything changed at that point and i thought that that was about to be a great thing for a while sia but not immediately i thought i would but also got excited when the sixers signed out and brain that tumor i thought that the the once over they started out in brand was about to be huge so big move maybe i don't know much about basket.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Do i i like winning as would i asked you would you want to play with kobe bryant like what does he suck as a teammate the you get to plo kobe bryant so yeah yeah i i would like to have like a what's the alternative like yet yeah would like to play with coburn uruguay with james harden on in houston and get to go the stroke club before and after every game fuck no broke cames heart is beating the shit out a moses malone fuck unseen or stroke club at the last place i want to be it is strictly his at a stroke law with fucking james harden and that as a crowded icy twenty thousand dollar hit on me fucking yoda of you guys talked about that on here we talked about likud first broke over like the summer did y'all i'm blake some more detailed to combine the nakon just went away let's all the time should go do dude went to jail like the guy that beat him up got 35 years jesus christ this shit is real like james harden however daves hit rite aid he stole fifty thousand dollars were the jewelry i think that james harden obviously had something to do with this i don't know what your guy's thoughts are on it but i think james busy practice in hoops this euro step and with that twenty thousand dollars at the string of in pawtucket smashing it on some fuck it stripper said uh and sometimes get a bit up most mullahs junior i don't know what we want from i think we've all been there yeah i think what james harden is trying to do is uh climb the rankings of bets rockets players and he's doing it by taking out systematically the ones ahead of him because i went to a houston website they said that james harden third best rocket player of all time moses malone they gave the second best rocket player of all time so hickey malaysia wants kids better watch the fuck out a true a came here a market when reviewing the club juicy hardened pull them like oh now oh please god.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"What as if he's a better player than kobe bryant has he ever play with anyone as good as prime jack i mean it's a different type of a it's a different type of player so you think of these are big man the the billy sharm it's better than kobe if that's what we're gone but dutch i need kathy jones so he just needs a better big man that's lima that just caliber of player but he was that like shaq would still be dominant today like i do agree with that so i i definitely earlier that i 100 percent agree with that shack is is one of the best handful of big men of all time nearly maybe top three big men of all time but at the there is a reason why cobian shack together was a powerful thing and it wasn't just because of shek by why does shack and penny hardaway not when i mean they they they be jordan in the point where twenty one although twenty one and they got jordan out of there lay out a loaf that we could hold that against them there's a reason that kkob won championships kobe bryant is a better basketball player than james harden i will die on careers was better for share i'm saying it like that about beer as the dwayne wade thank like dwayne wade speak i would take that player just like if you remove the names ages his peak what he was doing on the court our take that player over kobe bryant speak now the careerwise you'd be a fool to take tricked dwayne wade because his knees is like bones have heroin infused into them like he doesn't get stay healthy he got a bad batch of bones kobe bryant swipes big shots at the end of basketball game if rule that slim historically not true if you could go back to answer this philly fed if you go back to the 1990s exdraft and redo it would you who would you take first a real kobe bryant over allen iverson yeah highly how many title in japan germany titles would the philadelphia seventy six who had won at least one when.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"This is gene auriemma and this is holding court on on hearing wisecracked blue generation liu both everybody was looking for collect how you an official your yacht i mean you have in the regular boat that you fish i have another one year this food any good there by the way he propose great whilst i mean i was ready to my restaurants to rebuttals looking for quick break tipped to how you sitting around four welcome to another addition of holding court with gino auriemma today's gassed the legendary one of a kind going to have to jersey's retired in la fivetime nba champion twotime olympic champion future hall of famer pride of lower murray in kobe bryant we'll talk to colby about his italian upbringing but his dad we'll even talk about yours truly gene auriemma lock in his dad up in the summer league game one possession we switched and he didn't scored at possession so i feel really good about that and we'll talk about uh his time coming out of high school go right to the pros lot of things that he's doing right now interesting careered that he's got now involving film animations storytelling just a fascinating talk with a fascinating guy i think you'll love it here we go all right so uh kobe bryant me uh tell me what you've been doing since the last time you lay stood up for the la lakers what are you doing well i've been you know i've been trying to keep it would buy kid you only their schedules are ridiculous so trying to keep up with them as well as uh focused on building a studio guinea studio off the ground.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Cameras were becoming lighter and cheaper editing software can be purchased for any personal computer cable tv and the internet were making it possible to circumvent the traditional distribution mechanisms and easily get films seen by the world and the quality of documentaries just got better and better meanwhile the rise of reality tv was conditioning society at large to take a greater interest in observing real people doing real things and today sixteen years after the creation of the documentary branch documentaries of all lengths are as impressive as ever my thanks arnold schwartzman and alec lawrimore for speaking with me for this segment and now for my interview with kobe bryant over the course of our conversation at the offices of bryant's granted these studios in newport beach california the 39yearold in i discuss a wide range of topics among them how and why his love affair with basketball develop throughout his childhood culminating in his then rare decision to enter the nba draft right out of high school and him then becoming the youngest person ever to play in an nba game why his career only really took off in 1999 after phil jackson became as coach for the first time and why he and his teammate shaquille o'neal brought out the best and worst than each other over the next few years how in two thousand three a period of personal trial and tribulation off the hardwood led bryant to begin referring to himself as black mamba which many is shown was merely a nickname that he liked but he explains was an altogether different persona into which he could escape from his troubles and focus on his game why was so important to him that he and the lakers succeed after o'neill left the team in two thousand four and how he did indeed managed to lead the team to tumour more championships even as his body began falling apart around him which in turn force them to begin pondering life after basketball.

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"kobe bryant" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"kobe bryant" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Pat pat pat piper one and thank you for tuning in to episode one hundred eighty two of awards chapter the hollywood reporter's awards podcast i'm the host scott feinberg and my guest today is someone who you probably wouldn't expect to here on this particular podcasts he's a man who spent his entire 20year nba career as a shooting guard for the los angeles lakers becoming an 18 time allstar winning a league mvp award instrumentally helping the team to win five championships and establishing himself as one of the greatest basketball players of all time before announcing his retirement in two thousand fifteen through a poem called dear basketball that he and his production company have now turned into a beautiful animated short of the same name with animation by disney legend glenn keen a score by music legend john williams and narration by the writer and subject himself the great kobe bryant but first let's take a moment to discuss what's happened in the awards race since our last episode the new york film festival from which i'm recording the central election kicked off on thursday night with the world premiere richard link laters last flag flying featuring steve carell brand cranston and laurence fishburne as old friends who reunite decades after serving together in vietnam the film which roadside attractions will distribute on november 3rd an amazon subsequently stream was receive respectfully but like several other films that have been unveiled during the early days of this edition of the new york filmfests including noah bomb botched romney the myra which stories new in selected which net flexible release on october 13th it looks unlikely that it will end up figuring into the oscar race in a major way.

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