17 Burst results for "Mahorn"

"mahorn" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

02:44 min | 7 months ago

"mahorn" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Me. Daddy riched. Oh, yeah, Daddy rich man. Come on, man. I got a picture in my office of em, sitting, you know talking to me. It's just giving me the advice between, you know his fashion design, you know, it was fun because he never really conversated with me because it wasn't that he didn't need to but we think he would always tell me every time we go to New York Ricky. You gotta get some blue shoes. That's a come on Chuck. You know, I've got game but blue choose what I'm looking I am getting a pair of navy blue shoes and from meslin every time I throw that blue suit all Coop you go. He goes like yeah, Ricky you got it the blind shoes. So damn daddy Rich love them to death is fast and he's fashion-forward that hairstyle always as they say he was soft and that was you know a coupe and you know, cuz you have Pat Riley with that song. Sweat slicked back right now that that's the flying there man, Robert Smith Batman Robin still doing it daily Hare that's wage because then hairline was gone kufi grown in the front and let it go back in the Shag back cover more cool. That's why you got a ball head and you know, cuz I still home last but not least Vic the late great coach John Thompson. Big man. Oh my gosh Coupe. I met him and this was fun. I had a chance to plan now. It's only three people back when I played that ever made off the East-West All-Star game back in the day cooped you remember that and it was a top seniors in the country. They only have and they have it but it's not publicized anymore because guys leave out back and forth with one year in college to go to the NBA and he was like, he like baby boy boy, you know, just just get that money get that money. And every time I saw a big John what that hurt me with him and Wes unseld dying and the same year. Then this code has this crazy pandemic that went and the social injustice that we're dealing with. It was like wage, you know a guy that was a a mentor to be the first African-American coach with a he had a team and I told you he would Pat Patrick Ewing and being in DC at that time. It was just nice to see and you always be remembered in my mind and long ago Russell cool. So time with Coupe. We got Rick Mahorn in the house and Rick. I know your real life. You got something going to a couple more questions. Do you guys.

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"mahorn" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

"You know, I'm a mood guy too. But I'm a little more mental with my Porsche it and I go through phases of like, I shouldn't be watching this. In one right now before my first phase was like after some documentaries and shit where I'm seeing like all these girls saying how much they don't like it, and they have to do it force this shit. Fuck I gotta stop contributing to for the rugged laughing at that. I'm laughing at him feeling guilty after. Because I used to watch a lot dinner like all right? Well, I just won't watch the palace Chit meshing offense. Because for me, it was twofold, like one is like damn contributing to fucked up shit right now, I don't know her stores. She might just want to do it or she might be ship. And then to I'm like. Shania Mahorn she pay for that. Stays going on. So I turned the amateur shit this shit. Use Tomba do what a cellphone over it like daggers horn Segler boyfriend. She wants to be doing this now professional links every day. I. Now, I'm saying, but did she consent to have this video put out to the world? Question. Now, I I don't know what to watch go onto girls. Only fans only fans. That's they put only content that they want to Own own. contributing to them. And you know, it's, hey. Donation? What about you? What is? I mean, you're in industry. So what are you? Do you still look up is it professional when you're like, oh that angle looks really nice or is is more professional. Yeah. Because if I watched mine, I'm why what was I thinking? Oh my God. I want you to butter my Muffin. What was I? No. I mean, just lines like that. I say I'm just like oh my God. Why did I say that I thought that was going to be sexy my cross eyed here, so and then I'll notice that I didn't shave part of my leg or something. I'll zoom in and I'm yeah. I can't enjoy my own horn. But if I watched someone else that's not. And then I watched more so amateur stuff because if always people, I know I'm gonna like, oh, she's a bitch. He's I don't wanna watch. Greg nancy? I do something different. Same moans? Up girl. Gosh, she's throwing it back. He's doing all the worst. Dare you. I always pay attention to if there's a piece of their leg. Shaved that makes me I turn off. I close my laptop just getting all of my on shave legs. We're all getting spam. I mean have you ever like as a porn star? Do you hundred dating life? Do you have like do you date? I mean there there's difficulty with it. There's some people that are okay with open relationship. But then there's people that come up to because they know how like we make our money, and they know the more you shoot the more money you make and then they know we make good money off room, Snapchat and only fans so have we will try to bum off me for money. I've encountered that more than like having actual relationship difficulties. So I've just been keeping to myself, and when I fully go mainstream and transition out of four not saying, I'm gonna disown porn, but when I transition more mainstream than I'll look for something along those lines would you date a dude in the industry? I did that and he was a Scorpio in his work, stick my life. Horrible. So does a sex change. When how would you say your sex changes when you're in a relationship with that person? Do you feel like since they've already senior work that you kinda got an always perform out. I tell them. It's a job. I'm doing it for entertainment purposes. I'm not performing for pleasure. So when you take a twelve inch stick in my ass. Not because I just wanna feel it touch my spinal cord now because it's too interesting fans. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. And when I have personal life sex. It's like for a more intimate reason. So let me ask you something while we're on the topic..

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"mahorn" Discussed on The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

"But or like, you can't just drive you couldn't just take it to the whole second. Right. Like, you know, I mean, not with Rick Mahorn or big Bill Laimbeer clogging, the lane put down your. But you know, I mean, he was he's playing different era. So did guys work out nearly as much as he does. No, no. But I'm just saying if you know if you take any guide from this era put him in that area would they be able to adjust like 'cause you're product of your environment. If you have the system in the shooting you'd be tougher. I mean, right. I'm just saying I we're at work today and presume reason we got into we watched the the pistons Pacers fight and then led into a bunch of other videos, but one of them was pretty much just fights from N B NBA and most of them were in the eighties because dudes were probably all coked up and his losing their mind. I mean, it was just a different league back then -solutely, but I wouldn't want say like fights were allowed like they are in hockey. But like, yeah, there was a lot of men all all back in the day. Now, it seems like everybody has to be so composed and professional because of their millions of dollars. But you know, I mean Bill Abeer Rick Mahorn these guys used to swing guys in a game. And they wouldn't even be jetted. Yeah. That's like you're out of the game. You're out of the game and technical it's a multiple game suspension to nowadays, you're out. So I mean nowadays they don't play defense like they did like the pistons. Oh, four era. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty much. Just like these guys are just prattling is now five. Yeah. Yeah. They like just breaking records, fourteen three pointers, clay or Tristan times. Clay Thomas, forget fourteen three pointers in the game. The other day. I'm like now, you would not have been able to do that with Chauncey in rip intake, Sean prints. No a guard in the perimeter. Nobody would be hitting and they didn't dirty d like the bad boys. Dead. You know, they played just hard nosed and professional in lockdown. But you can't even I don't know the they will get it. They want scores with football nowadays. People the score. It's good for ratings, and you know, fantasy leagues and lines got killed in. I didn't even..

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"mahorn" Discussed on The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

"But or like, you can't just drive you couldn't just take it to the whole second. Right. Like, you know, I mean, not with Rick Mahorn or big Bill Laimbeer clogging, the lane put down your. But you know, I mean, he was he's playing different era. So did guys work out nearly as much as he does. No, no. But I'm just saying if you know if you take any guide from this era put him in that area would they be able to adjust like 'cause you're product of your environment. If you have the system in the shooting you'd be tougher. I mean, right. I'm just saying I we're at work today and presume reason we got into we watched the the pistons Pacers fight and then led into a bunch of other videos, but one of them was pretty much just fights from N B NBA and most of them were in the eighties because dudes were probably all coked up and his losing their mind. I mean, it was just a different league back then -solutely, but I wouldn't want say like fights were allowed like they are in hockey. But like, yeah, there was a lot of men all all back in the day. Now, it seems like everybody has to be so composed and professional because of their millions of dollars. But you know, I mean Bill Abeer Rick Mahorn these guys used to swing guys in a game. And they wouldn't even be jetted. Yeah. That's like you're out of the game. You're out of the game and technical it's a multiple game suspension to nowadays, you're out. So I mean nowadays they don't play defense like they did like the pistons. Oh, four era. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty much. Just like these guys are just prattling is now five. Yeah. Yeah. They like just breaking records, fourteen three pointers, clay or Tristan times. Clay Thomas, forget fourteen three pointers in the game. The other day. I'm like now, you would not have been able to do that with Chauncey in rip intake, Sean prints. No a guard in the perimeter. Nobody would be hitting and they didn't dirty d like the bad boys. Dead. You know, they played just hard nosed and professional in lockdown. But you can't even I don't know the they will get it. They want scores with football nowadays. People the score. It's good for ratings, and you know, fantasy leagues and lines got killed in. I didn't even..

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"mahorn" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"And that's why you see, you know, an out dukes in the game, and you go, hey, you can go to Duke, and I'm gonna I'm not gonna try to squash. You I know you're only here for six months now, that's a really powerful recruiting catch. Plus, you got Nike behind you. You know, to whatever level, you know, take your guests. But it all works also wanted to coach team USA and looked around at that room full of guys that he would not have recruited and looked at himself. What am I doing right? There's a whole bunch of dudes that wouldn't that? He probably would not have spent the time recruiting to come to do because they wouldn't have stayed at the time period that he wanted as his program. I wouldn't say it was struggling because that would be unfair. But it was a downtime. In two thousand eight for do you looked around it? Then it was like the dumbest thing I've ever done. Let's get good guys. Yeah. Right. Like, you know, the Brandon gonna college. Hey, pretty good any help with. Yeah. These guys aren't so bad nothing. Nothing bad about incredible. You know? And so yeah it. And I think he was playing teams and losing. I mean at some point. You know, you gotta have you. It's basketball. It's not you can out scheme people in other sports. But there's five guys in the court. And you watch the NBA best player at the end of the night wins the game for the most part. That's how every game gets played. So you sit there and go all right there in it. But you know, guess he's get Steph gonna Steph Katie is gonna shot no one can defend and they and going Safeco win. And so if you have those guys you don't and yet these kids are, you know, they're not bad people because they want to go to the NBA. It's not a bad thing. There's nothing wrong with it and their families want him to go the NBA that Calipari was the was the smartest at that. And certainly goes back. You know, I mean tar and some of these other guys really always sought and saw like this guy doesn't want to go to college. Like, their dream is the NBA, and I'm not gonna necessarily gonna try to you know. Hey, take some classes and stuff. I'm going gonna sit here. Just talk about all this stuff. Like, I will get you to the NBA, and I will get you there. And that's it. I will not stand in your way. I'll do everything I can to get you there and everyone else is coming in still selling this whole kind. Well, we'll get you this dude, I want out at fast, I possibly can and embracing that and being honest about it. And I think the fans are now on it's about like, they're fine with it Kentucky. I mean, if you're Kentucky basketball fan, I always laugh like you just get a new team every year like this whole era, and they love it because the good it's like next guy. And then there was like man, I love that player. Like, he was there like five months, but you know, they. Felt that love. Anyway, even though they know Anthony Davis isn't sticking around. Like, what do you do it? Also, the math on this change in the money change like in the nineteen seventies early eighties. You probably need to go ahead and get that degree, right? Because the money you're gonna make NBA is not really them of. We're talking about a whole nother world now. Yeah. I think it was during the the bad boys thirty thirty. If you ever saw his great thirty for thirty. Rick Mahorn Mahorn Bill Laimbeer Bill beer grew up in. California's dad was like a financial planner and he's like my rookie year. My dad made more than me. Like until abroad, James junior. Brawny makes the league that ain't happening. Right. This is not. There's no way. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You made good money. But you need that degree. Now, you make so much money, and you go back and get the degree. You know? It's not it's colleges is whatever. So. Yeah. I think everything's changed except the rule book. Also find that these guys even the ones that don't think college very long, especially basketball players. They tend to turn out like remarkably cultured part of it. I guess is because they they're on the circuit..

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"mahorn" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Apple watch somebody put together when the original one came out, but it would be cool for apple did that, you know, make a PDF that that you could print that that you could cut out really delicately and put on your wrist, see how it looks, or somebody make that flooding star and try it on. What are you doing. Their first day and you don't need to know what do you mean to have it on one? You didn't even need to watch. You said I wasn't going to by watching Elvis on you see one, what's your hurry? Where are you going to be? I gotta talk to on the show. You're welcome. Hey, I'm doing this for you. It does look a lot better than the old one. One of the things. One of things I put in there was a link to. Was it also Penn Mahorn? I don't remember someone's tweet had a picture of the watches from the side, showing the series three and series four, both in him the big size, but fearing on side again to get the thickness thing, you know? So there is a measurable difference, although I'm still not entirely sure what apple is measuring, whether they're measuring the lump, they're not the screen or they're just measuring the metal part or they're not measuring the lump. I assure you, are they measuring the screen on top? Yes, they're measuring the top to the top of the screen to the bottom of the case. Not counting the lump. All right. Well, whatever the measuring, it's weird so, but in the side view, again, this is like a less than a millimeter differences point point, seven millimeters and you would think, well, that's so small. You won't even notice. It. Also take a look. This image. We'll put in the show in tweet with them from the side. This is from a tweeter. I mean back about five other that the difference is noticeable like, oh, you'll notice it. Human beings will notice it guaranteed like you would not be confused if you gave these to watch that, hey, which one is. Thicker. And if you look at the watches like this is what was coming through in the pictures, like the picture was a weird angle, whatever. This is not a weird angle. This is pretty much dead on side with as another picture. Also put on the show from Apple's website showing just the series three from the side. The trick is and I just measured this with x cope..

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"mahorn" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Fifty million dollar fundraising campaign goal three months early that trait news reports a two point one million dollar gift from the estate of jacqueline walker who graduated from wayne state's law school in nineteen fifty four put the pivotal moments campaign over the threshold the school says walker wanted her gift to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds the campaign started in two thousand nine and entered its public phase in twenty fourteen michigan regulators will take public comments on a proposal for more anchor supports in the straits of mackinac to bolster twin oil pipelines and bridge inc is asking the department of environmental quality to allow installation of forty eight additional supports for its line five pipes they would be attached to the pipes and screwed into the lake bed a public hearing scheduled for today in mackinaw city a playground themed basketball league featuring former nba stars is making a stop at little caesars arena in detroit the big three are holding court friday with four games at the home of the pistons this is the second season of the three on three league that was co founded by entertainer ice cube and features players like amari stu meyer baron davis nate robinson and metta world peace reigning champion trilogy was undefeated last year and is coached by former piston rick mahorn wham radar weather forecast from wayne radio for this afternoon mostly sunny high of about eighty three partly cloudy tonight low getting down to around fifty three then for tomorrow partly cloudy high near eighty five that's lamb news now i'm dan martin on wam talk sixteen hundred hi i'm.

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"mahorn" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Test he was just three dimensional in every way every phase of the game especially coming down the stretch i think lebron in this year's playoff run i thought he has done a much better job than he has in years past at being finisher well the answer to that would be as he has to because the because you know pippen is a top fifty plus of all time you know other than dwayne wade in his entire career who says he had in that regard i know bosch you know the the way the game the way the game is played you know the the game is a different game today i would love to have seen lebron play in our area but i would also love to see jordan plan this year because jordan wasn't a three point shooter jordan wasn't a shooter per se he was a score so it would be fun to really see how they would play the different style that you know if i put jordan in this air no handshake i mean the guy average thirty seven points a night with hand checking what would that translate into today's game where you can't touch them and but then i would love to see lebron with this physicality that he has because he physically i mean he's just an imposing figure i will love to have seen him play against those physical have somebody with an arm bar would've loved to seen how he would have played against the charles oakley's and the rick mahorn and the buck williams and the physicality of the game so it would been fun to play but without question i wanna say this about both the brian james is this generation's best player and i think jordan was clearly that generations best player now who's the best i think i'm bias i would say michael jordan just because mentally what he was able to do and i.

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"mahorn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They last they list him at some foot i think the list to its six eleven seven i'm not sure because i mean but he's a small forward aghast power or whatever but i mean yeah the whole game has changed in what guys do now guys wouldn't even think about doing back in the day that's because the whole game has evolved into a perimeter game position lewis basketball you better be able to handle you better be able to shoot you'd better be able to pass a little bit i mean there are you know can you imagine a guy like rick mahorn playing today i mean i couldn't i couldn't imagine a guy like rick he's gone the way of the hockey thug i mean he doesn't have a place right i mean he's he was an enforcer that kinda guy nowadays he's gonna he's gonna get a flagrant he's out of the game or whatever we move now again this game you better be able to defend the perimeter low you can't just fall the switching like i'll tell you who would have been great i mean two guys that were great back then there would have been great today david robinson and it came allies one because those guys are so athletic they could get out there you you just can't run pick and rolls and beuys those guys couldn't do it i mean that that's how athletic they are that's how gifted they were but yeah if you can't i mean you can't be i mean you better be like just dominant like there's there would always be a place for patrick ewing rick smits guys like that but it would be harder because now you're trading threes twos you're gonna get some twos on one end but they're gonna come back and just keep running pick and rolls and all they would do though is a different game today if you had a center couldn't move his feet but the point is our power for were different than the power boards the day unrecognizable the term stretch four stretch four was because there weren't any stretch fours back then i mean i guess i was kind of a stretch for me and i played power forward played some center and i was a perimeter a perimeter guy so i guess i wish i.

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"mahorn" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"The sparky anderson tigers still winning and it was the jock d'humieres redwings right that were the eisenman era absolutely this tv wire and then even worse for knicks fan the bad boys chuck daly is ahah thomas bill lamb beer kicking ass rick mahorn era pistons that was the that was the most fun i grew up i i remember getting those bad boys when they went back to back loved land beer mahorn led lamp fair and other my dad my dad always he loved vinnie the microwave johnson it'd be like what do they call them the microwave because he heats up so fast because i love video he was going to joe dumars team it was tough for me as a new yorker to swallow you know with ewing trying to beat them couldn't beat them and then when finally finally somebody beat the pistons it was michael frigging jordan and nobody could beat him but the good thing about being very young at that time michael jordan came around you know it was a pistons fan but michael jordan was so fun and i was so young i had no problem become into chicago bulls fed just just like that because when i i mentioned the knicks fans that i the the the i guess the villains if you will that i couldn't stand as a knick fan i just remove jordan from the equation he's just he's not he's he's just on a different level different human being on the planet did you enjoy watching him then was that i mean i yeah but then i just i i was sick and tired of him beaten our brains a little bit repetitive whose games were fun though starks games those were so fun.

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"mahorn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You're coming out of guy for no reason this is the basketball show this is about basketball fremont came out headed phenomenal game in the nba playoffs let's talk about that instead of him getting punched in the face just because chuck barkley doesn't like chuck hero famer i mean just because you didn't win a championship there's a lot of those guys like that and they have to understand that there's a lot of guys chuck never one will two championship brings with the pistons and never got off the bench there's a lot of guys they get championship rings that don't get off the bench guys it never get one that are great ballplayers that's just the way it rolls barry bonds didn't win once baseball a little different but yeah no you're right and and draymond green after the game i thought gave a pretty darn good answer to it and dream on one never wanted to mince words in to fairmont a guy who who said no bs guy right you come on you say something to him he says step back it up this is this is why i like shaquille o'neal as a player he called me entire organization the sacramento queens and then he went out and he dropped forty on them in the postseason right every year he come up dominate he would talk trash and then he'd go back it up now we're in this generation where people love to spout off and talk about what they feel and they don't have to back it up most ever three calls him out on this just that's what's going on in basketball and baseball too you see a lot of that in the american league they hide behind you know the d h and stuff like that rick mahorn did it with the bulls he called the whole organization out and then he went and fought the whole organization right on the court so here's draymond green after the ball game he says put your money where your mouth is man it doesn't bother him at you're not gonna get undertray draymond skin same stuff to him like this he's the best trash talker probably in the the league today this isn't going to get under his skin but they say something like this is just like come on man here's dream on after the game on chuck put your money where your mouth is if you want to punch.

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"mahorn" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on WJR 760

"And they all wanted to watch or listen to the game so those guys did amazing things for me led by isaiah thomas and bill laimbeer in vinnie johnson and joe dumars and all the rest you've said on numerous occasions that you believe that isaiah poundforpound one of the greatest that it was ever on a basketball court down i still feel that way julius erving said something along those lines at one point chuck daly certainly believe that and you don't win those championships without isaiah he'd be the first to tell ya he could when those championships by himself but if you're going to take anybody away from that team and make them a team that might not be capable of winning a championship it would be number eleven you had to have him on that team to win those titles but he had he had a lot of help and chuck daly once said uh when one of his confidence said you know chuck you were the guy you were the reason we won those championships chuck's at all known on hold out here said first of all you don't win without number eleven and that's isaiah and and clearly you don't want without bill mbr who did all the dirty work and took all the heat from all the fans and all the arenas all over the country and then he said that let me tell you something vinnie johnson accepting his role as an off the bench player behind to hall of fame guards as it turned out isaiah joe dumars made all the difference in the world of that team as well they were searching for a power forward for awhile finally found a great wood in rick mahorn he made a great deal of difference the two great athletes the jack mccloskey later drafts a dennis rodman and john salley made this team very hard to beat checkmated trade for james edwards and a very very difficult guy to cover gave you instant offense and a big guy who sometimes had to be effect most of the time had to be doubleteamed inside there are a number of guys i'm probably going to leave somebody out the great small forwards that we had kelly tra puka adrian dantley and mark aguire all sensational players and that was a team that uh if you really look at that group you see that.

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"mahorn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And and give me a little bit of my history as far as of the professional basketball's concern and of course of after two yet you say cigarette asked me so so why don't you like the bullets anymore got to ask me that the magic question asks me why don't you like these bullets no while costa bullets don't exist and after they changed their name to the wizards which is one of the worst monikers and in sports the washington wizards i mean really uh i lost interest in the in the franchise and i said you know something i'm just gonna i'm just going to follow the nets and and that's going to vietnamese um i'm not going to look back and i'm not going to apologize i i don't play those games i give you know there was nothing wrong with the name washington bullets they had a cool logo they have one of the greatest uniforms in the nba as far as i'm concerned talking about their uniforms that they were when they won the ah the nba championship and they were those uniforms for many many years and every time that the bullets used to come down to the garden uh or i will end or they played the nets out in jersey dino was their dna was dino was nothing i tried to give rick mahorn out there the bullets were getting blown out of the game i forget when it was but the mahorn was on the team and it was halftime of the teams came back out on the court and was standing on a baseline underneath the basket and a bullets at you know they did they showed up like they weren't even dubbed didn't want to play and again blown out and i'm tomo warn a wreck let's go get the guy's got imo horns stared me down and the it was very is very frightening experience i must tell you uh to have rick more and look at un rick mormons looking at may that night so uh well under a manual moody i is is in new york nook and of their.

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"mahorn" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Somebody i'm gonna stand up for my own self for my turf here and then you just don't want to him to then do take it a step further there but demarcus cousins would who else is up there you know they're used to be crazy guys like alvin alvin robertson with the spurs nobody wanted a mess with him because they thought that he was actually crazy vernon maxwell would make you nervous a little bit run our test would make you nervous yongpil russell westbrook is too quick i could see him just dot in your eyes and getting out of there here but i don't know if he he knows how to fighter he looks like he could do any he could be an athlete in any sport but i i have no idea you're not thankfully hopefully we never see this but they're they're used to be like rick mahorn nobody messed with rick mahorn now if you just did this just didn't mess with rick mahorn charles oakley didn't mess with charles oakley but you don't have enforcers anymore because you can't afford to have that person on the floor anthony mason was a tough guy but now everybody's gotta position wants to shoot a three and you're a stretch four stretch five like you just can't have a guy goes out there and just pound you know he's gonna he's going to protect your star player you don't see that very often anymore yes mcglone that's right draymond is so valuable because he could be that guy and still hit a three.

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"mahorn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And my son whose five turned to me without thinking and said you don't want food to learn a lesson back at you don't understand the trickle down dad of what you're the your immature emotional response late last month good work dad awry we got we got cures to the mahorn okay great hike here stan laurel i i so what was a challenging question you were asked by your child well it was funny because he is that he what he's not done he's among the pain and he just acne this last summer there was a bird now that had baby birds in it and eventually that we thought we'd look at it every couple of days and see the progression and one day the baby birds were gone and so she said mom do you think baby bird um leave with their sibling or do you think they just all go off on their own way when they go let's stop the nuts one and i said well i don't know um paid i think they probably all go on their own way because they have to go get food and that kind of thing and then but the funniest thing is a few said okay so andrew has big brother he so sets so andrew baby bird at me the left comeback mean he's around but he's older and has its own life and so it was acute moment kinda like oh through your fen upset full fulltime cause andrew left look at a full need i thought you man that he was baby birdied as in his brother chewed his food that's why last malcolm comments reverting um you know you to the food and then you baby burdette you put it into the baby birds mouth why happy to hear that that was not the case and in fact it was a very cute story yeah instead he was just abandoned sacks yeah better at happy all as every one of your any and it's my talk on a seven one good times thank you i you know what my father would have said look it up oh yeah look out lima l look it up so he may do the work especially variable now related imagined i mean your follow just be nsa day saying google googly built do your kids know how to google they do not okay so there yet i guess you'd have to spell google hear a couple more when.

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"mahorn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A the next time a guy in in old school way a flipped a bat after homerun he'd get hit will if he played in say the '80s '90s like you did the next time he played maybe not a may be against the mavericks or maybe against and team and he got on a breakaway he might get close line dramatic it hit hard you might get hurt route wouldn't someone make them pay for that kind of clowning have tried try that way against the ninety two pissed the right i mean just think would probably do it was the next gaming laid even do it to them it was like just to teach them a lesson lam beer or mahorn would you smoke and just because he did that how in another game not even against them again day yeah i mean different era different arab but i think today eight the the specially young sports fans are totally cool with what however and by the way i'm i'm freaking out right now because these smith is brought a picture of jake arrieta with a beard i mean this guy looks nothing if he went to the mound right now go who is that due to the mound for the cubs a wh who is a guy because it it's amazing absolute a black how they say it isn't ready to go to the yankees will they say was where the delic was where it's saying his wife against britain arietta like with where it's the same guy if no wedman no not not a chance at a chance at every guess at stake area he looks like he's about 15 thursday it's like wow a kidney are you kidding me uh we'll take a phone call here let's go to it's going to kevin in nevada toll cable at shagen much what filling guys natta not a you know i i i don't really care about the back foot then but what if it ended up that clinton the end up dead your thrown at this after you get the.

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"mahorn" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"mahorn" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Now you just made a point that i wasn't even expecting to goal here but that's kind of the argument i've been making about colin kaepernick in the nfl that this type of thinking is what happens with executives and coaches life they want you to have as close to possible a single focus if we're paying you five ten fifteen million dollars we want you focused on footballer basketball absolutely and it becomes a conflict when you want to venture off and do business or you want to be a movies or to music your focus has to be strictly on your profession and as whatever sports are we're joined barbara chama chance you're playing in the big three league correctness you're on kenyan martin's team tell us about your team can you martin out here in a coach rick mahorn james the flight via ricky law mahorn indian glover's will you look you're like one of the youngest players in islam is i think you're going to have an advantage being that young man i do thirty two uh is something that uh is unfortunate for the oh the players because the at the drive i was able to kinda in obama will any kind of way i wanted um but there's a couple of other younger players that have an advantage over the oh the guys but they have more experience than we do so you guys like cotino mobely in uh cianci billips they have an advantage as well as being the savvy vets that they are i just thirty two years old are you trying to use this big three to get back into the nba i would like to use the big three to to clear up a lot of the misunderstandings of my career throughout the years to be able to shona makistill play at the top level the highest level and that inspiration from god's like kobe bryant michael jordan vince carter allen iverson um how i prepare my game i want to be able to show the world i can still play at a high level still compete in that uh my philanthropy ventures and everything and i'm doing for the community is is just as strong as my passion for the game.

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