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Rusty Wallace on the New NASCAR Ownership Wave

The Final Lap

00:44 sec | Last week

Rusty Wallace on the New NASCAR Ownership Wave

"Nascar legend. Rusty wallace is on and rusty. Talk about the new ownership heading into nascar. You've got michael jordan and pit bull colleague racing gase exiting all that stuff that you have some big star like michael jordan. You got guys like this. Those two that you mentioned. The i don't know what the impact then yet. But it's gotta be a positive way our thank you know and these guys are really acting like they love the sport. It's not they just wanna come in and try it half the fun what. They're putting a lot of skin in the game. I'm michael jordan. He's decided to go to car team outer drive. The other car detects a lot of money and a lot of sponsorship to do that and then you got pit bull who him and his ownership guys decided just completely by in half you which was a huge. I so introverted along all

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Nike CEO John Donahoe's Lessons on Servant Leadership

Venture Stories

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Nike CEO John Donahoe's Lessons on Servant Leadership

"What star. John rains that i am most associate with you. Which is servant leadership. And i'd love if you could describe your philosophy on servant leadership especially try to conceptualize it for much smaller organizations. What does it mean to serve leader as a ceo of a bunch of ceo's around the table how should they think about how that philosophy conform away they run their business so when i talk about servant leadership. It's frankly the the way. I learned to lead because i actually learned the lead in partnership a ban where you aren't really empowered to do anything to you have to earn the respect and the followership of others. You guys don't have that as founders. But i do think you'll find that. Many of the best leaders exhibited the principles servant leadership. And i just say how do i serve serve. The purpose of the organization serve the customers served. The employees serve the communities in which we operate in a jim collins called at level five leadership other people call from things. But it's when someone it's not about the leader it's about what it is. We are trying to accomplish right and some of the antithesis of what's hot silicon valley at different times the narrative. Always around the all-powerful founder. They're all powerful leader. And i think there's actually very few examples where that actually great sustainable companies come out of that my leadership role model for large parts of my career with phil jackson of the chicago bulls. Now it'd be steve kerr for your younger and would always struck me. He was able to do is get people who actually were better than he was klay. Together he got michael jordan. Scottie pippen dennis. Rodman caster characters to win six championships. It got shack kobe to play together. You look at you. Look at steve kerr the warriors right. Now he's getting. Somehow he's getting steph curry klay thompson and kevin durant andrew mongering all vying to something greater and they win i view with how do you build high performance teams of top talent to win and servant leadership is part of it.

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The Tyranny Against American Parents Is Only Getting Worse

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

The Tyranny Against American Parents Is Only Getting Worse

"Your children still your children. The elegant county health department and elegant michigan sent out a letter saying that your son or daughter is a close contact to a cove in nineteen positive person as defy michigan law. This is a source of infection. If you failed to take the action prescribed in this warning notice we could compel your compliance which may result in you being taken into protective custody to protect public health. They could take your children away by court order if you do not quarantine the way they tell you to. Are they still your children. The tyranny that we have been warning about is only getting worse. Domestically it's happening in australia. It's happening in the entire western world. The question is when are they actually going to stop if ever if we don't stand up against former pfizer vice president says the gloves are off the united kingdom government to inject all twelve to fifteen year olds without parental consent. Dr michael jordan. A former pfizer vice president chief scientist for the allergy and respiratory issued a warning to parents in the united kingdom with school children between twelve and fifteen that the government is planning to inject an experimental gene based kobe. Nineteen vaccine into them with or without their parental consent. Beginning next week from life life site news dot com is still your children in australia. They created a stadium where they took all the children away from parents and started vaccinating them. The doctor writes in this article. The children are no measurable bro. Risk from sars kobe. To and no previous healthy child has died in the united kingdom after infection not one he says that thrombosis pulmonary embolisms appeared over four hundred times the rate of a typical low rate after vaccination. He says that death rates per million. Vaccinations are running everywhere at around sixty times more than any other previous vaccine.

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Democratizing Access to Hospital-Grade Disinfection with Eli Harris, President  of R-Zero

Outcomes Rocket

02:47 min | Last month

Democratizing Access to Hospital-Grade Disinfection with Eli Harris, President of R-Zero

"Talk to us a little bit about our zero. What is it that you guys are doing. how are you adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yes so it was almost sixteen months ago. Now with the academic. I started a a ticket hold. I got in touch with the two mentors in mind. Both entrepreneurs who i've known for about a decade and the three of us started talking about how there's certain events throughout history that just create everlasting societal and infrastructural changes in a dork way. We kinda like in what was happening of the pandemic to nine eleven. How after nine eleven. We have the department of homeland security. You have. tsa fourteen thousand agents. You still can't take a water bottle of where shoes through the airport. You go to a ballgame. You walk through a metal detector. These are all new standards that were created and adopted post nine eleven in some of these psychological star tissue after that event accelerated decrease adoption of those standards. But we never arrest fundamentally the world took on a new posture around security in all shared spaces at our thesis. Fear was at this event of the pandemic was going to broaden that word security to biosecurity to biosafety and in the standards that all organizations are gonna fold as they regard a human health in the safety of their staff their patrons of their communities at large so what we did. Kind of unpacking the disinfection industry. And we've learned quickly that this is a massive industry. Hundreds of billions of dollars market cap governed by these goliath players. Ecolab clorox se. johnson diversey. All of these companies are extremely old. Some over a hundred years old and more or less all pushing commodity chemicals and our response to the pandemic was to go around and host buildings down the chemicals. And that's what we did in. This industry has not evolved with the technology that is becoming become commonplace in almost every other industry. It's extremely antiquated in what we're doing with chemicals. I mean there's there's a lot of limitations there one is. They're not always that effective. There's a lot of human error and how they're applied there's a massive labor cost a massive op ex chemical costs at. It's horrible for the environment. So we got in touch with. Dr richard wade and dr wade actually ran cal osha for fifteen years. He taught at harvard oxford. Uc irvine. We like to call him. The michael jordan's disinfection. He's he's forgotten more about this industry than most of us will ever learn. And he's quite special but he let us on a study to really understand. What are the best tools that exist in infection prevention today. And why have we not democratized access to those

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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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‘Space Jam’ Dunks on ‘Black Widow’ to Take Box Office No. 1

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

‘Space Jam’ Dunks on ‘Black Widow’ to Take Box Office No. 1

"The sequel to a popular basketball movie has scored an upset at the box office with a bunch of bad reviews and the dominance of Black Widow most movie observers didn't expect the sequel to space jam to do much damage at the box office but the live action animation surprisingly scored big studio estimates say space jam a new legacy took in thirty one point seven million dollars more than enough to beat last weekend's top movie Black Widow space jam success is a family affair with millennials who grew up on the original with Michael Jordan returning in some cases with their kids in tow to watch the follow up which stars lebron James the space jam sequel is the biggest pandemic opening for Warner brothers that's important because this year the studio is releasing all of its film simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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The Best (MM #3758)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

The Best (MM #3758)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in life were often fixated on the best the worst and it's all subjective I've talked before about the best pizza down the best fish sandwich. Even the best seat in the house. A lot of best's I've talked about, but in reality, it's just my opinion. When those cases the opinion of the people who wrote the article, I found on the internet, a recent story from I believe it's C-SPAN wage rates the presidents and of course, everybody's talking about it because where does President Trump fall Abraham? Lincoln is always first in Washington is always 2nd and FDR is always third. I think Pierce is always on the bottom, doesn't matter. It's all subjective. I can tell you the best presidents in my lifetime, at least based on my life, based on how things affected me at the time, being best the tops, it's all subjective, it all doesn't matter. At the end of the day, who's the best basketball player of all time, is a Michael Jordan is. LeBron James what about Wilt, Chamberlain? What about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has Babe Ruth better than Henry, Aaron and baseball. It's all subjective and it all doesn't matter and just something to talk about we quest to be the best. It's only subjective dead.

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The Best (MM #3758)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

The Best (MM #3758)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in life were often fixated on the best the worst and it's all subjective I've talked before about the best pizza down the best fish sandwich. Even the best seat in the house. A lot of best's I've talked about, but in reality, it's just my opinion. When those cases the opinion of the people who wrote the article, I found on the internet, a recent story from I believe it's C-SPAN wage rates the presidents and of course, everybody's talking about it because where does President Trump fall Abraham? Lincoln is always first in Washington is always 2nd and FDR is always third. I think Pierce is always on the bottom, doesn't matter. It's all subjective. I can tell you the best presidents in my lifetime, at least based on my life, based on how things affected me at the time, being best the tops, it's all subjective, it all doesn't matter. At the end of the day, who's the best basketball player of all time, is a Michael Jordan is. LeBron James what about Wilt, Chamberlain? What about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has Babe Ruth better than Henry, Aaron and baseball. It's all subjective and it all doesn't matter and just something to talk about we quest to be the best. It's only subjective dead.

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Disney Veteran Ben Sherwood Sets His Sights on Youth Sports with MOJO

KindredCast: Insights From Dealmakers & Thought Leaders

02:34 min | 2 months ago

Disney Veteran Ben Sherwood Sets His Sights on Youth Sports with MOJO

"So ben give me the uk. So again it's mojo m. o. j. o. It's an app. And what am i doing. Walk me through this for anyone. Who's just hearing about mojo for the first time. Tell me about the use case here. Sure so my partner reach hoffner co founder of the company this team who built what the webby awards celebrated as the best sports app of twenty twenty one. We just found out last week. Got bad for startup. That's been on the market for ninety eight days. And here's what happens. Alex decides is gonna coach his daughter in youth soccer. she's four alex gets the app. Downs it from the app store. It's free and you enter in the number of girls your coaching their age. Their experience at your experience level. That's it simple on boarding process and boom we generate your first practice for you. Say a thirty minute practice. Say a forty five minute. Practice with videos made by mandalay sports media so top producers in the sports world. Who made the michael jordan documentary they produced with us the first few hundred activities in video. So you get to watch each activity in your practice short video. That explains what you're supposed to do what it's supposed to look like some coaching tips for you. It takes all the stress out of coaching. You got great activities that are proven to work with four year old girls. And that's your first practice. You then tell us how that practice went. You give us thumbs up. Thumbs down on some of the activities. Did the girls like the or not and then you can choose to have us generate your next practice for next week you can say you know what i'd like to work a little bit on dribbling because i noticed that the girls could really dribble. And that's what i want to focus on and so you can pull up a said of galleries of different practices that we've created about dribbling. Some of them curated by. Us youth soccer our partner in soccer the largest sports league of the united states three million kids. Three hundred thousand coaches some of them created by the world's best youth soccer coaches and you can pick a practice and that practice again same thing lays out for you equipment. You need videos to watch about how to do each of the activities and then guaranteed to work. So we just got the first results of the first ten thousand coaches of the eighth. We surveyed them. Eighty two percent of them say that the mo jo makes coaching easier and less stressful eighty. Three percent of them say that the is more fun for everyone. And it's working coaches love. This it takes all of the planning and all the prep and all the hassle out and it just delivers a really great experience on the field.

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Scottie Pippen Accuses Phil Jackson of Being Racist

Larry Elder

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Scottie Pippen Accuses Phil Jackson of Being Racist

"Retired NBA star Scottie Pippen says retired La Laker and Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson is a racist. Why do you recall that pivotal playoff game when Michael Jordan was playing baseball in the Chicago Bulls still did? Well, their star now with Scottie Pippen and a pivotal point in the game, Phil Jackson called a play for a white player named Tony Ku coach. And Scottie Pippen was so angry he refused to go on the court. Remember that people later on, apologize for and let the team down yada, blah, etcetera. He now says Phil Jackson made his decision because wait for it. Phil Jackson is

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What Does the Future of Money Look Like?

The Big Story

01:59 min | 3 months ago

What Does the Future of Money Look Like?

"Jordan. Heath rawlings is the big story. Michael doyle is a freelance reporter and journalist based in toronto who examined the future of money in canada for the globe in mail. Hi michael jordan. Can you start us off. Just because it's such a useful way to think about this. At least i found it useful by telling us the story of money on the island of yap certainly Yup is a tiny island. That is now part of micronesia in the south pacific and for hundreds of years. They had a very unusual form of currency and that was these gigantic limestone rocks and the bigger they were the more valuable they were and also of course the bigger they were the more difficult they were to actually physically exchange with each other so over time they Just left the rocks where they were and In order for them to figure out who owned which rock which note of currency for lack of better term. They created basically a form of a ledger. And in the form of an oral history of who owned each rock and how the rocks transacted from person to person on the island and so that's how they effectively did business. That's how they exchanged Goods and services for hundreds of years. Now tell me how that relates to wear. Our use of money is heading certainly It's actually a really great analogy. Because in one example it sort of captures a snapshot of what money has been for hundreds if not thousands of years since the since we came up with the idea of money however long ago that was And at the same time it also short sort of shows us where technology is going to change money in the near future so the question of what money is a really weird thing. it's kind of like a philosophical rabbit hole. You go down but at it. Sort of core form money is

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Steve Kerr: Kevin Durant 'More Gifted' Than Michael Jordan

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Steve Kerr: Kevin Durant 'More Gifted' Than Michael Jordan

"Steve. Kerr says kevin durant is more getty. Take it away. Then michael jordan so kerr coaster for three seasons as we know golden state warriors the nba finals all three years. That katie played for them. They won two titles. He was the finals. Mvp in both championships and had amazing performances. Now they could've probably pulled off a three peat if if it wasn't for durant's that that obviously achilles pop it on him against the raptors final season. Now steve kerr also play. Played with michael jordan won two titles with mj with the bulls so his perspective on this obviously is something that is interesting because he played with jordan but coach durant and listen to what he said nbc bay area about kevin durant and his comparison to jordan is the most talented basketball player on earth If not of all time. Honestly he's just so gifted played with michael jordan. And and and i know i think he's more gifted i really do. I mean it saying something but kevin is a different entirely different breed. I mean six eleven With guard skills unlimited three point range passing blocking at the rim. It's just stunning and watching him. This year was really really ratifying to see

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No Charges for Deputies in Andrew Brown Jr. Shooting

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

No Charges for Deputies in Andrew Brown Jr. Shooting

"Justified in shooting Andrew Brown Jr last month when Brown struck a deputy with his car and nearly ran him over. CBS correspondent Michael Jordan's contain County district Attorney Andrew Womble says the officers will not face criminal charges when you Employee, a car. In a manner that puts Officers. Labs in danger that is a threat and attorney for Brown's family, said the D. A's decision appears to ignore the sheriff's department's protocols. They don't shoot a vehicle that's no longer a threat and you don't shoot into a move. Move ill. Brown's family is hoping the Justice Department's civil rights division will now review the case. Michael George. CBS NEWS A death of a teenager in

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Michael Jordan Recalls Final Texts With Kobe Bryant Before Helicopter Crash

Gary and Shannon

01:16 min | 4 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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Karim Benzema Earns Real Madrid Draw Against Chelsea

ESPN FC

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Karim Benzema Earns Real Madrid Draw Against Chelsea

"The back of the english newspapers dominated by chelsea's one one draw against rambler. We can pull this off a young a lot on the back. Page and stop in spain. Marker going with a draw to keep dreaming meanwhile benz emma is. It was an interesting game wasn't in the spanish capital dominated once again from a strike as perspective about team verners. Miss chances yagan thomas to coming out afterwards and saying you know this. Is this kind of life. This is what's happening with him at the moment. How much trust have you within him again. That he can find the back of the net once again. Maybe soon i've total trust in him because he knows where to be in the right time and right now maybe there. He misses one and that specific moment. So so that's something to deal with for strike. Oh and you have to kind of just think about the next opportunity comes along like you know michael jordan said so he missed more shots than east called and t-mobil no. It's just like you know if you fail moments it makes you only stronger and the kit is good. The kid has a tremendous amount of drive and talent and he knows where the ball will fall in the box and he can also know makes things happen himself of his speed and going at people. So i'm i totally have trust. And t mobile. He will go through that stage and who knows. Maybe he's causing the next game in the second leg or he's goals in the final of the champions league you know. He was very young when he was twenty. One being meaning the golden boot at the confederations cup in russia in two thousand seventeen and he scored one hundred goals in the gym bundestag already. And he's only twenty five to kit is good and a kid will prove it but obviously it has to deal with the criticism when you miss a big chance. That's normal night. Goalkeepers do as well when they make a mistake. You know the the all over them but I hope that he gets plenty of opportunities going forward.

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Kanye West Sneakers Fetch Record $1.8M at Private Sale

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Kanye West Sneakers Fetch Record $1.8M at Private Sale

"A pair of rapper Kanye west shoes have set a new record for sneaker sales and margins are loaded with the latest the prototype Nike air Yeezy one that Kanye west wore when he performed stronger and Hey mama and the two thousand eight Grammys have sold for one point eight million dollars so the B. says the shoes were sold in a private sale to rare's sneaker investment market place it's the first time a pair of sneakers have sold for more than a million dollars the previous record holder was six hundred and fifteen thousand dollars for last year's sale of eighty five Jordan ones that Michael Jordan wore when he shattered a backboard during a preseason game in Italy

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Why Is Bubba Wallace so Confident?

The Final Lap

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Why Is Bubba Wallace so Confident?

"Bubba. Wallace is on. And he. Rates the season. So far driving for denny hamlin and michael jordan in that twenty three car. I had high expectations going in the martinsville because the success there and how well i've run there in the past and how well twitter has run there. We just kinda miss sometimes going into these next fourteen races in a row that we have Let's see what happens. I know we're going to run top. Twenty hopefully fifteen and start breaking down the top fifteen barrier and and consistently get there. Then start so people are way there. It's only a matter of time. We're we're hitting all fall ciller. Cylinders aren't firing at the same time. But we're getting all they're all kind of sporadic so it's like once we get that doubt and there's a lot of potential of his team act. Continue to say that like that's that's one of the most exciting things as can be this weekend. Yeah finishes could be a couple of spots or overcooked it all together. We're figured out what we need to secure those fox earlier in the race and go five something much greater than what we have been so You know we're only increases in and no one's right. The ship yet for our team in they still have our kinks ironed out and little things that are holding us back you bunch of little things. Add up to one big thing. So we'll be just

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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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"michael  jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Haven't you watch the flintstones? He's running the place you know it. There's no. Is there a dream? Team without Michael Jordan yes or no. I want you to answer. Yes, or no, there would have an Olympic. I said we're dippy. A Dream Team without Michael Jordan. Yes, or no I don't know what they were called it, not what? The Dream Team, yes or no. Possibly no I didn't ask you that. Give me a yes or no answer. Maybe no, maybe no good. How do I know what I? How do I know that Michael Jordan how to draw the line in the sand and Michael was on that team, and there was no Larry Bird. It would be a Dream Team Michael. Jordan was on that team and there was no magic Johnson. It would be a Dream Team and if there was no. who else ticket of Charles Barkley it's still would be a dream team. Because he was the top Biller, he was the guy that people all over the world want to see play in the Olympics and be ahead of that exactly. At, Thomas, it would have been nice if he made the roster, but if you're GONNA, lose. Michael Jordan if you'RE GONNA. Lose Charles Barkley. If you'RE GONNA lose, Larry Bird Magic Johnson. Yes, say sorry, Isaiah Thomas and by the way you know who else wasn't telling the truth in that Documentary Isaiah Thomas, he wasn't an elite point guard at that moment in time, he lost in the first round of the playoffs. When you look roster and you telling me that Christian later and Chris? Mullin stop it. There was a place on that team so that argument about he wasn't a lead point guard. Stop it! He had his Dick Yetlis Aaron, and he. No, he was talking about himself. He is Ahah Thomas as if he was an NBA MVP. Caliber player as One thousand, nine, hundred eight, he lost in the first ride and go. He's going. To the playoffs that year it never made the playoffs again after I'm not saying that he wasn't one of the twelve best players, but as you said Christian late was on the team, it wasn't about twelve best players who is about bringing together the best player they could in the context of team. You still have to hang out with these guys for three weeks four weeks whatever it was and none of them wanted Isaiah around including his own head coach Chuck Daly. Unbelievable you, troy me and you. We will not get past this and I'm not. You know what the late Great Chuck Daly you always want to pin it on a dead man. Go ahead and do that and I know Jack mccloskey GM quit and maybe Chuck Daly could have made a bigger stake. But I know it's about Michael Jordan. I want to get to this. Oh, we got some bad news. All baseball fans out there. Including me and that's coming up next. It's the odd couple with Aaron Torres and for Chris Broussard. Right, here on Fox, sports radio, stick and stay. America Fox sports radio has the best sports talk lineup in the nation. Catch all of our shows at Fox sports radio DOT COM and within the. APP Search F. S..

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Why? Why is Rob Parker? The only one when nobody wants Aaron and now thankfully that situation happened because I'm an amazing coast. Yeah Right. I'll carry in this show now I'm kidding I'm not at all. But why does Michael Jordan have to own? Why? Why is he the sole one responsible when we've known? He's the one those other guys had no power, or you can hear. It had no power. Had No power. There was only one supreme being on that team that could stop to show. He probably could have got magic Johnson off the tee off the team. If he wanted to he he was the guy who had all the cloud, so stop trying to pass the buck, 'cause you sound like I'm not sure sound like Michael Style trying to it what? Do. We had Jack mccollum on earlier. What I am trying to do is hand out Michael Jordan's piece of blame pie. He doesn't have the one hundred percent pie because he's not one hundred percent responsible for it Jack. mccollum even said Isaiah Thomas his own head coach Chuck Daly would not go to bad for him magic. Johnson didn't want him Larry. Bird didn't want Charles. Barkley didn't want him. And as you said Michael, Jordan called him an A-hole on the show, we know where Michael Jordan stands on Isaiah. But he would never own up to it and say it. He had an opportunity. Michael Jordan had a couple of opportunities on that documentary to clear the air. He could have said Yeah. I did say Republicans by sneaky. Go well, you know I said it. In Jest, we were just playing. No, he set it 'cause. He thought about it all right with Harvey Gantt. Gantt, and endorsing him, he said you know what and thinking about it now being a grown man and seeing the racial climate in this country, maybe I should have spoken up for North Carolina when when when a card carrying racism and Jesse Helms was one and against Harvey Gantt, he could have been a man and Sam- made a mistake and I was too busy. Would've said that, and he could have said I'm the one blame me. No doubt Charles Forget about every by bird. Forget about magic. It was my call. I was the big. Up If I. was that guy? If we're talking about this documentary? Nobody owned up to anything Scottie Pippen was asked pointblank. Would you pull yourself from the one thousand nine hundred four finals? Eastern Conference finals game. He said Yeah I would really Scotty your. Would your career that defining moment of your career that you wouldn't do that? Over by the way Gary Payton thinks he was a player to away. You put me on Michael Jordan. We win that series. No, you wouldn't gary paying. Stop it and I love Gary Payton. He's an. An incredible player Horace Grant is dodging around the questions about Sam's with nobody owned up to anything in that documentary Michael Jordan answered every single question. He said he didn't like Isaiah. He said he wasn't the only one that didn't want Isaiah on the team. If you want the one-sentence, maybe Michael should do it, but nobody. Everybody's sharing their own version of history and Michael has never said that he wanted Isaiah on the team. He's just not to take one hundred percent of the blame or one hundred percent of the blame shouldn't. Just should because. Aaron. He's the Grand Poobah..

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Why? Why is Rob Parker? The only one when nobody wants Aaron and now thankfully that situation happened because I'm an amazing coast. Yeah Right. I'll carry in this show now I'm kidding I'm not at all. But why does Michael Jordan have to own? Why? Why is he the sole one responsible when we've known? He's the one those other guys had no power, or you can hear. It had no power. Had No power. There was only one supreme being on that team that could stop to show. He probably could have got magic Johnson off the tee off the team. If he wanted to he he was the guy who had all the cloud, so stop trying to pass the buck, 'cause you sound like I'm not sure sound like Michael Style trying to it what? Do. We had Jack mccollum on earlier. What I am trying to do is hand out Michael Jordan's piece of blame pie. He doesn't have the one hundred percent pie because he's not one hundred percent responsible for it Jack. mccollum even said Isaiah Thomas his own head coach Chuck Daly would not go to bad for him magic. Johnson didn't want him Larry. Bird didn't want Charles. Barkley didn't want him. And as you said Michael, Jordan called him an A-hole on the show, we know where Michael Jordan stands on Isaiah. But he would never own up to it and say it. He had an opportunity. Michael Jordan had a couple of opportunities on that documentary to clear the air. He could have said Yeah. I did say Republicans by sneaky. Go well, you know I said it. In Jest, we were just playing. No, he set it 'cause. He thought about it all right with Harvey Gantt. Gantt, and endorsing him, he said you know what and thinking about it now being a grown man and seeing the racial climate in this country, maybe I should have spoken up for North Carolina when when when a card carrying racism and Jesse Helms was one and against Harvey Gantt, he could have been a man and Sam- made a mistake and I was too busy. Would've said that, and he could have said I'm the one blame me. No doubt Charles Forget about every by bird. Forget about magic. It was my call. I was the big. Up If I. was that guy? If we're talking about this documentary? Nobody owned up to anything Scottie Pippen was asked pointblank. Would you pull yourself from the one thousand nine hundred four finals? Eastern Conference finals game. He said Yeah I would really Scotty your. Would your career that defining moment of your career that you wouldn't do that? Over by the way Gary Payton thinks he was a player to away. You put me on Michael Jordan. We win that series. No, you wouldn't gary paying. Stop it and I love Gary Payton. He's an. An incredible player Horace Grant is dodging around the questions about Sam's with nobody owned up to anything in that documentary Michael Jordan answered every single question. He said he didn't like Isaiah. He said he wasn't the only one that didn't want Isaiah on the team. If you want the one-sentence, maybe Michael should do it, but nobody. Everybody's sharing their own version of history and Michael has never said that he wanted Isaiah on the team. He's just not to take one hundred percent of the blame or one hundred percent of the blame shouldn't. Just should because. Aaron. He's the Grand Poobah..

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"We let you go let you. Have you say we won't interrupt? Your stop you. So that'll be happening about forty minutes, so we got a lot still left or on the show but let's let's Erin start with the missing. Watergate tapes that we finally got to here. That's what I will say that. We had Jack McCallum on. Earlier from sports illustrated, he had the tape. Michael on the documentary basically was Kinda pussyfooting around. yet didn't come to me route. The Orn came out even Rod Thorn lied to his teeth. Do, you remember that Aaron Mr Toro. Now. Michael had nothing to do with it Rod. Michael Jordan has caught red-handed. Can we hear what he said? KP..

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"We let you go let you. Have you say we won't interrupt? Your stop you. So that'll be happening about forty minutes, so we got a lot still left or on the show but let's let's Erin start with the missing. Watergate tapes that we finally got to here. That's what I will say that. We had Jack McCallum on. Earlier from sports illustrated, he had the tape. Michael on the documentary basically was Kinda pussyfooting around. yet didn't come to me route. The Orn came out even Rod Thorn lied to his teeth. Do, you remember that Aaron Mr Toro. Now. Michael had nothing to do with it Rod. Michael Jordan has caught red-handed. Can we hear what he said? KP..

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Greatest team ever assembled the nineteen ninety two us, Olympic men's basketball dream, team, never before heard audio of Michael Jordan, saying that he and this is the part Robin I disagree at least impart play a role in keeping Isaiah Thomas off and even the part. We play Jack from your interviews in from your podcast. The Dream Team tapes. It seems like even then Michael Jordan is saying listen. I didn't like the guy, but I wasn't the only one. If you're placing if there was a blame pie, what percentage goes to Michael? Jordan because it feels like Charles. Barkley Larry Bird Magic Johnson. Others didn't want this guy on the team either. Put the PI. Pi. Argument, I've Gone With the World War One argument. Thirty seven reasons for World War One. You know we'd never learned them really. When we were in school, we always learned that the reason was the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand. That's the only thing that sticks with us. That's how I put this. Though we're a lot of reasons, if you want me to say the root, reason in my opinion. That by was not on the team or didn't get much of a consideration. It was Michael Jordan thank you say, but there are other. There is the other thirty percent of the PIE. You know Robert said on previous radio show when I was on with Robin Chris what if they had a meeting right? That was you right Robert? Kraft gets. I think it was Chris Yeah. What if they had a meeting? You know they went to Jordan and kind of said. Hey, you know I kind of laughed at that because we saw Michael Attitudes about trying to change Michael's mind, but as you said, magic did not speak for him, even though he claimed that he did magic wrote a letter afterwards. saying. Oh I really think Isaiah should be one of the final to pick because they pick ten. And then they left the choice of two until several months later right before the playoffs, which is when they picked Clyde Drexler and Kristen, late night hey. Gel Go ahead. We got about a minute to go. Sure it really want to hear anything else on that tape another nugget. You can maybe give us so people can go listen to these tapes that you have on the team podcast. He's tried trying trying desperately to get off the subject of Jordan but I can't. I think the interplay of cool was the real leader of the team which I'm trying to discuss I think I talk about it in episode, four or episode five because there was a very subtle. And sometimes not so subtle kind of Dole for leadership between Magic Hey. You guys know. Magic was his personality. This is my team I'm GONNA lead you guys I'm know kind of that magic that he has and who was the real leader and a little bit of a battle between him and Michael came to the fore, a lot of times and Larry Bird comes into it a little bit, and that's something I hope we'll talk about in in the future podcast when people here all right Jack and we'll get you on again. Thank you put a knowledge in the information. We appreciate. You Jack. Sports illustrated writer author of Dream Team host of the Dream Team tapes PODCAST ON IHEART radio. It is the couple Fox sports radio..

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on The Lead

"With hope. Said it always starts with hope right? B J Armstrong told us told Michael Lee. We did this piece in Jordan coming back. The twenty fifth anniversary of from coming back that Jordan always said the score zero zero. No matter what the score is he always thought it was zero zero so he thought he had a chance to win the game and so I'm not surprised at all that Michael may be believe somewhere in his psyche that if they could bring Phil back and convince Scotty Day that they could take one more run it. I'm sure he believed it. You know they all are delusional. In that way you obviously saw this story up close in real time as it was unfolding. Did watching the series. Leave you thinking any differently about Jordan's legacy than you had thought before me. No because you know you kind of know who the guy is. I like to think you know who the guy is. And you know what I've always said about Michael. His physical gifts were superlative and among the best ever but it was his will that separated him for everybody else. I mean lots of them have well but nobody to me to me has as much will as Michael Jordan. When I think about Jordan I was thinking about what Angelo Dundee said about Ali about the thrilla in Manila with Joe Frazier and he said through twelve thirteen rounds. They had both emptied their tanks except my guy had extra tank. That's what I think I want to think about. George could exhaust you to the point where you are exhausted. And then he found button to push the to will himself to another four or five minutes. And that's what he had. Nobody else had thanks so much David. What's my pleasure? Appreciate you having me on. It's been fun kind of reliving this because it was quite a time you can re David. Aldridge is writing about the last dance AMI NBA at the athletic dot com from wondering on the athletic. I'm could beat the Davidson Steve Tomorrow..

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on The Lead

"So David the backdrop for this whole series. This whole nine hundred ninety seven ninety eight season. Is this rare situation right. The Bulls have a dynasty and they know that winter lose. This is the end. Ninety Ninety eight cross already said the beginning season and he was never going to be the coach so when it was the last dance it was the last dance. We knew they weren't going to keep your team now from the outside looking in you go well. Look I mean. Look like they could still win another one. So why on Earth wouldn't you at least try? I mean even if you don't get there right I mean so in that sense. Ninety eight was very odd because you looked at this team and you thought it was still vital enough that if they tinkered with a little bit and added some pieces the following year they should still be able to compete. I mean they've got Jordan Pippen. They got Phil Jackson. What else do they really need? You know so that whole year while you knew kind of academically that it was going this was going to be it. You Still Kinda thought emotionally but is it. Somebody's GONNA stand up and go. You know what? Let's try it one more time. Let's just see somebody's going to overrule Jerry? Krause right and as it turns out there was only one guy that could do that. It was Jerry Reinsdorf. And he didn't do it for whatever reason and. I know he's one around telling people that he offered fill the job back after the six championship. I offered them the opportunity to come back. Earned the chance the opportunity to come back regardless of was said before now. But that's nonsense. I mean you're the owner of the team. If you want Michael Jordan back you say Michael Jordan's coming back and you know the circumstance that's going to bring Michael Jordan back in. That's bringing Phil Jackson back. So you go to the gym and say Phil's coming back next year figure it out. Hold a press conference to say. I Know My. Gm said that this is going to be fills last year of overruled him. I won't do that publicly so that everybody knows you're doing you don't do it. Fifteen years after the fact you know so they wanted it over. And that's what happened. Jerry Krause the Bulls. Gm definitely comes across as the villain the villain of the. But do you think that Jerry? Reinsdorf the Bulls owner got off a little easy absolutely absolutely got off. Easy owners can do whatever they want with the team. It's their team. They paid the money. These teams are incredibly expensive and they can do whatever they want. They can fire a coach every year and bring a new coach in or they can hire one coach and came for twenty years. It's their team so own that right literally and figuratively owned that if your GM is being recalcitrant and you WanNa bring the team back get a new GM. You know what I mean like. This isn't hard. Come on big boy sports. You know what I mean. So that's why think reinsdorf gets a pass and I said that while Kraus was alive. I've said since he passed I've written about it before he died have written about it since he died that his job was to take shit for Jerry Reinsdorf. That was his job. You often hear the idea that athletes want to leave the game. When they're at the absolute top and Jordan said something different than that in the final episode of the series then satisfying to leave at your peak. No or is it madden to leaving your is maddening because I felt like could winter a really believe that like all? Great Competitors Season Denial. He convinces himself that he could figure out a way to keep winning. You know it's the same thing that drove Mohammed Ali to fight Larry Holmes when everybody said what are you doing? You're nuts. You can't be Larry Holmes in you figure it out. I'll figure it out in the ring you know and so the great ones always think they can figure it out you know and I'm sure there's a part of him that really believes it you know. He said something very telling near the end. My Passion on the Basketball Court should have been in fiction. Because that's how tried to play. I play for them with hope. Start.

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Life? Today is kind of a lot because light is helping to give beer to friends and family members who deserves some right now Hashtag could use a beer reminder that taking time to pause with a cold one can refresh us to keep pressing on good at coors light on twitter to help someone get a six pack of Coors Light Coors. Light feels you America during these unprecedented and uncertain times. They want to help you. Share a beer with a friend or family member. Virtually of course. It's a great chance to connect and celebrate loved ones during a time when everyone hashtag could use a beer head to at coors light on twitter to find out how let's face it right now. We all could use a beer go to acquisition on twitter to share. Who could use six? Pack of course light celebrate responsibly. Course BREWING COMPANY. Golden Colorado must be twenty one or over your purchase required valid in select states only offer value varies by state April twenty eighth to June. First Two thousand twenty up to one million dollars. Redemptions rebate sent via paypal void where prohibited. Cbi Dot L. Y. Slash C. L. Rules for details. Here's another story. I want you to know now that the last dance has taken. Its final. Bow One pressing question still lingers could Michael Jordan and the Bulls have done it again and won another championship in nineteen ninety nine. Espn senior writer. Kevin Pelton attempted to answer this off debated hypothetical using advanced asked so I asked him to come on and tell us about his findings so Kevin you decided to not only imagine what would happen if Jordan had never left but try to quantify it. How did you go about figuring that out? I think it's a fascinating question. So you know went about this. Two different ways number one kind of look at coming off of that last and season what would we have projected for the players on the Bulls going into the what was eventually the Post Lockout? Ninety eight ninety nine season based on kind of our advanced projections We got the the oldest version of real plus minus that. Espn analytics has ever put together. So that was very cool and then also for everybody but Jordan. You have what they actually did on other teams during that ninety eight ninety nine season since of course he was the only one who wasn't claimed so you know combined those two things because you know they were in slightly different roles playing elsewhere since Jordan didn't actually play. How did you go about projecting what his stats would have been that season? That's something that we do now to try to project what's GonNa Happen in the upcoming season. We put together projections using that real plus minus that generally tend to beat Las Vegas pretty comfortably in terms of the preseason. Oh for over under so you know. Have some confidence in those in. And they actually you know the player projection model that. I do which is a little different than that called. Cheney says the Jordan would have been about the same in ninety eight ninety nine. Because you know you actually draw dropped off a little bit more that last season than you would have expected. Why is it called? Shaney after Sonic Legend Rush Shaney Khun Credible so. You're projecting all these players. Is there anything else that you factored into the analysis any statistics you could glean from the season? Well I mean I think one of the big wildcards here is Jordan's health because when he announced his retirement right after the lockout ended a thought about sands two words. I'm gone but I figured out all the fans and certainly media a little bit more than that so I was one of my reasons for being here. He had this finger injury that ultimately required surgery. He had cut the tendon in the ring finger on his shooting. Hand in a Cigar. Cutting accident while on vacation. So you know that would have been a question mark but what kind of pause it? Because it's more fun as a hypothetical. This way is Jordan said at that press conference. He had already made the decision to retire if he was still planning to play. There's no way he would have been on on vacation the week before the lockout might have ended. He would have been training to get ready. All Right Kevin so considering everything all the data how the players perform how they would have performed the competition. The hypotheticals all of it. Do you think the Bulls would have won again? If they had stayed together for sure would have made the NBA finals. Because one of the things that you know doesn't get discussed during this hypothetical is the east really fell off that lockout shortened season. That was the year that the Knicks ended up making. The finals is the eight seed after dealing with Patrick Unions. Injury during the regular season and Indiana which had given them such a tough line in the ninety eight conference. Finals wasn't really the same team in ninety nine before bouncing back in and get into the finals in two thousand so now San Antonio than would have presented a really difficult test they rate better in terms of their regular season point differential than any of the teams the Bulls faced in the sixth finals. They actually did make so you know if you assume that the bulls were kind of running on fumes by the end of ninety eight and might have been a little bit more by ninety nine. It would have been by far their their toughest obstacle their toughest challenge yet at the same time Is anyone going to bet against Michael Jordan the Bulls in the finals? Not after watching the series. Now and I'm also never gonNA say anything negative about him again. You don't want confi exactly. Thanks so much Kevin the traveling.

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"More like Mo does deliver rods. Sundays actually Scotties that you and Carl Malone respond with one of the all time greatest biggest choke jobs in the history of sports and I think that's why we were so interested in exploring this line of trash talk because it really has to be the greatest line of trash talk ever delivered because it so affected this game Karl Malone Michael Jordan's legacy the last dance this podcast. The world has changed by the single line. The six greatest words ever uttered in trash-talk history. So for your story. You looked at the context around. This person. Foremost DID SCOTTY OUT. A history of trash talking. The greatest thing about this trash talking is it was delivered by. Guy Who never talk trash and people thought maybe that Jordan had fed him the line because Jordan was a relentless trash talker. Another thing that makes it so great and unique. Is that in this moment Scottie. Pippen who never says anything delivers this line. That just drill down into Karl Malone sub-conscious and just destroyed him as a free throw shooter and it's the psychology of it is really fascinating because according to a doctor who has studied trash talk at the. University of Connecticut Scottie. Pippen sort of accidentally tapped into Carl Malone's deepest darkest insecurities a he also bailed out my Jordan. Yes and I think Jordan. Ah Probably Reluctantly. Sort of credited Scottie. Pippen with with with saving his ass right there because if Malone makes even one of those free throws and the Bulls lose that game all of a sudden it's Oh Michael Jordan the greatest NBA player. That ever lived actually bricked a free throw. That could've won him a game in the NBA finals..

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Over the last few weeks we've been highlighting some of our colleagues pieces on Michael Jordan and I wanted to bring on. Espn daily recurring guest star. Dave Fleming. Who wrote about one of the most famous quotes from the second bowls three Pete so everyone who's listening and has no idea what happens in the finals between the Bulls and the jazz which you will learn about the Sunday on last dance. Maybe not listening. Now Dave you decided to take us deep inside a potentially conic moment from that series game one thirty five point. Eight seconds left on the clock. Michael Jordan has just hit a free throw to tie the game at eighty two then. The unthinkable happens Jordan Michigan tap. What happens next he is really? What is he Thirty seconds away from being lower case goat Michael Jordan. The jazz bring the ball down the court they try and set up a high pick and roll it results in a bad three point. Shot by John Stockton Karl Malone gets the rebound and is fouled by Dennis Rodman. So he goes to the free throw line with nine seconds left and a chance to basically win game one of the nine hundred ninety seven. Nba Finals again. If you don't know what happens don't keep listening what I got. This is what you're saying is I've essentially ruined the entire advance. Thank you very much. So he he steps up and what happens next day Scottie? Pippen of all people a guy who has normally kind of shrunk from the spotlight especially late in games in the and a guy not really known four. Quick off the cuff quips. He sort of silos up to Karl Malone and says.

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Hi guys given everything that is happening in the world right now. Most of us are buying things online. I saw that. At and T. Started doing to really help things. For those who want to buy a new phone or device online they are offering fast free non livery and curbside pickup so the online shopping is a simple and safe as possible on top of that. They have a flexible return policy. So you can shop eighties. You can visit. Att Dot Com to learn how to shop online from the safety of your home. Twenty four seven seven contained restrictions apply. So jalen you go. Home after the heartbreaking loss in game seven of the Eastern Conference finals and you watch Jordan. Take on the jazz the finals. What is your strongest memory from watching the final? Set your well. My high school teammate. Who was in his wedding? Howard Eisley play for the Utah Jazz and I definitely was talking to him and we know this is what you do against. Mj I remember those phone calls. Yeah they do this. They're going to do that. Y'All y'all got this and so I was rooting against him. Because I want to Utah to win and I wanted to see our way and so to watch him. Play that final game. The way he did in the way it ended I he'd go. He should never play again. The crossover at the top the push off free throw line followed through. Make the jump. Shot Down Will Superman go into your head when you wash Jordan hit. That shot over Brian. Russell I couldn't believe it because if you think about how to how they got the ball when Utah possession. Ike Day was about to win the game. Stealing seventeen seconds. Light was setup for history to look at mailmen and John Stockton. A differ Te. They don't get the love that they deserve by people because we green count in. They never one one. If they WANNA Elise beat Mike. One time when we look at these scoreless or we see Karl Malone in the top three. Oh Man Carl long get more love on these top ten list or John Stockton and so for him to steal the ball coming baseline the way he did the team. They call time up the goal. WanNa WanNa make the game winning shot. Walk off at drop the mine. He should never have play basketball again. Zinke pushed off. No I don't that ain't a push off. Hey used to be a part of the ball on a a slot down or a block. He uses momentum against them. And he saying adopt. He was always on his toes. Byron Russell and that wasn't the first time he made a shot over him. They faced Utah back to back seasons in the previous season on the left wing. He made a game. Winning shot over Byron. Russell is well so it wasn't a push off a he uses momentum he just gave him a love tap. But you still got a knock it down and he did Jalen. Let's talk about the documentary as a whole for a moment. One of the themes of the documentary is sort of the cost of competitiveness. Right the cost of being a champion. Does it come at the expense of being a quote Unquote Nice Sky as we've seen in the documentary Jordan could be really hard on his teammates and he's aware of that and he's aware of his reputation. He got a little bit emotional about it. Now I think watching that at home. Everyone's like yeah. That's what it takes but most people aren't Michael Jordan as well. How do you regard his competitiveness? How he treated others and I guess whether other athletes can do the same thing many powerful people even if don't realize that they're doing it minimized dismiss and take for granted in a lot of cases the people that work with them and or against him that just that just a human nature that for some reason sometimes when you get an ego and makes you feel like that you're like above better than someone else when you're really not so when you are as powerful as Mj and then you had to go through the Celtics who are as skilled as any team ever the Lakers who were as flamboyant as any team ever and the Pistons are toughest any team ever the only way you can beat. Those guys is to do what they were doing. That's the only way in your call for an organization that hadn't worn it. The elevated greatness of magic in bird is appreciated because they went to teams that won championships before them and after them but yet they still raise the bar in was excellent but for players like MJ. And Tim Duncan their win places in one championships with a new coach. Phil in Pop. What ends up happening. Is You have to be multiple voices. You have to be the voice for the front office because players know you involved directly or indirectly who gonNa build around you for the coach because he's not establish and then for the other fourteen guys because you the best player if somebody plays for Pat Riley. Nick Sabin the bag all at time or a coach K. because those guys leaders in so if you're Mj net cage you have to play all of those roles in that situation and based on that you've got to know who deserves a pattern of back in a kick in the butt. And I appreciate though. Some accused him in my brother. Charles Barkley has one of selectively bullying. Scott Burrell is Steve Kerr. He was going to do that to anybody. And based on those dynamics that's why you sacrifice friendships in being light in order to achieve your ultimate goal and. I'm pretty sure based on what he's accomplished that he wouldn't change anything about the journ book so Jalen now that we are coming to the end of the last dance. Do you think the series will change your reshape public opinion in Anyway? I A public service announcement on your platform either terrific job on multiple shows. I see you on by five different shows one day. I just have to say this if you think Michael Jordan has an accomplished more in hasn't achieved more than Lebron James. Hopefully you don't know greatness is you don't know what the term actually means. We're not hating on your generation. Meena I know your time line. I know I know Nogales I know you gotTa know you tick talking. No you are pass. Oh tied reach pockets. I Know Lebron James Aim Belen in that black cat with them hoop earrings in those big pants. I'm telling you it's not even close. He got three championships. The other do got to three. That's what I want to go after this Sunday when that next Sunday comes you know. I'll I'll just be on talk of course but what will you be doing Jalen? I will be bored out of my mind and still having the same debate because we find ways to entertain. People in Sports isn't happening for now. We're not so much allan thank. You appreciate the law.

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"There's this myth. Michael Jordan is post racial and I just don't think that stands up to scrutiny. There's a bit in the story where you know. He and his friend when they were probably twelve years old when over to a neighbor's house to swim and were splashing around the pool. Like kids do and his friends parents get home and UH cities kids in the poll and see Michael Jordan in the pool and tell everybody to get out of the pool no more swimming and so Michael and his friend leave to walk away and they're outside and they hear all the other white kids jumped back in the pool. Those the things that he doesn't really talk about much but they stick with him. Did you get a sense through your reporting talking to people that those experiences the experiences of his family or the ones as you just described he grew up with impacted him back then when he was young. I absolutely I mean he has talked about how when he was in ninth grade roots came out and he was. He was really upset during that time. I was very very angry because learning about the history of what happened to us. And what routes did to me and I started to retaliate in school and took my mother to to come to me until me. It's the history of something that you should never forget but chipper rise above it and make an impact and make a change and make people aware Some of the pain we've endured in the next year is the year he supposedly got well. I mean technically I guess got cut from his high school basketball team. And that is where Michael Jordan was born. Kelso you mean when you say. He supposedly got cut. There's a fabulous illustrates story that everyone should read by Thomas like that did the first and invest in most comprehensive work on the subject and basically the wasn't like the coach just didn't think Michael was talented. He thought Michael was too talented to ride the bench. So basically what he did was he put him on the. Jv team where he could get a ton of minutes because he just thought this is a really great player who could be really great and he needs to be somewhere where he's having reps so the idea that he was sort of shunned in. I'm certain Michael believes it but when you start actually scratching little more complicated complicated than that way. Certain he believes it you hear talk about. And then there's Louis Smith. He started the whole process with me because when he made the team and I didn't I wanted to prove not just to Leeward Smith. Not just to myself but to the coach. Who actually picked lear over me on and make sure you understood. You made a mistake nude. Who's lying that someone who has carefully over many many years built a universe that allows him to be Michael Jordan and that requires certain laws of physics and the main one is thou shalt prove doubters. Wrong what was it like for him when he showed up in Chicago which was by far the biggest city our Linden September twenty eighth nineteen eighty four. I think I mean he was wide eyed and scared to death or what. His friends told me. You know it's funny it. You've seen him on the dock. George George Koehler. George Michael's for you know he's like turtle he's just always there. He's Michael's driver. He's one of his best friends. He's Assistant George. Does everything and so George Trove Alemao and Michael shows up and the Bulls evidently forgot to send someone to pick him up and so he's just standing out there just as George said scared to death and no one is there to get him in Georgia roles and one two down like you need a ride or you Michael Jordan and Michael was like I do need a ride and that was. I don't know my God. That was thirty six years ago and Georgia's still there well. When he showed up in the documentary I was wondering. Where did he come from? That's where he came from. I mean the no one. He was the first person Michael Ever met in Chicago. And he's still there. I mean Michael's loyalty is something that gets discussed. But I don't think people realize the degree to which like if you're in his tribe you're in his triumph.

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Was. Bj Armstrong is fast one time and then obviously we had to. We had to the Hornets. There was George Karl. Didn't say hi to me at dinner. I was motivated to beat the The Sonics and the ninety sixth finals. It seems like he believes this stuff would have been. I think better. If the filmmakers pointed out how ridiculous this stuff was but is quite drexler. I'm like increasingly surprised. In retrospect that he actually said that Clyde Drexler was a threat before going on to You know destroy him in game one of that final series because other than that he disliked talks and such kind of you know belittling terms about everyone from Dr Armstrong to Gary Payton. He's so disparaging of Gary Payton and we have data like he said the glove glove. I didn't have any problems with the glove. Michael you shot thirty seven percent in the three games Gary Payton guarded you in the final final. Three Games of the one thousand nine hundred finals like geared paid. Did give you some trouble but it would have been nice to before Gary Payton in that moment of had the last word over somebody to correct the record there but they Michael Jordan just say. I had no problem with the defensive player of the year. Five laughing an IPAD just laughing it's laughing and mocking Gary Payton and saying I had no problem with the glove. It's what he said after that. I had a of other things on my mind. And then we cut to with the insinuation that he lost those games on purpose so he could win the championship on Father's Day. I didn't take that but the insinuation to me was that he was so thinking about playing on father's Day a week later that he just you know the most competitive fucking athlete on the planet as we've heard Ad Infinitum in this documentary just couldn't focus because he was thinking about his late father and having to play on father's Day and that was the motivation. Really come on Man. I mean to me. This is like the portrayal. This goes back to what we talked about last week. About how the in the inclusion of the gambling allegations and Jordan's gambling history is in there so the Jordan can have the last word and clearly as we've also discussed everyone is discussed. This is a Michael Jordan production in some way. He had the ability to not talk about certain things. There are clearly things in there that are not discussed including his family. And yet all of this is in there and all you can take away is that this is like the most uncharitable miserable grievance filled unfriendly dude and twenty years later twenty. Five years later feels empty to me. It feels like he didn't enjoy any of it except in the moment and he certainly doesn't enjoy it now. So what are we left with a bunch of people who either suck up to Michael Jordan or roll their eyes about Michael Jordan but ultimately it doesn't feel like Michael Jordan has actual friends who liked being around him and sharing those moments beyond? What happened on the court? Are you trying to say that real championships or the friends we made along and currently I? I take that back because his best friend in the Chiron was. His driver has paid employees. Yes Yeah Jolan interesting. Kind of contrast and these episodes was the way in which the film but also the balls players talked about Scottie. Pippen and refusing to go into the game in nineteen ninety the year. The Jordan wasn't on the team. Pippen was mad that Phil Jackson drop a play for Toni. Kukoc play their worked. Incidentally and was insubordinate and just sat on. The Bench. Refused to go in after we you know. We hear that after the game bill car rate. I'm set in tears in the locker room. That Scotty let everyone down. Scotty is like strangely defiance Here saying you know I screwed up but I would do it the same way again. Which is which was weird but the way that all of that is portrayed as if you know obviously it's not a great thing to do for your team or for yourself but the way that it's portrayed as this kind of unforgivable sin in sports and everything that Jordan does is forgivable because of winning like that that was telling to me jaw. I think that's what Jordan thought and you can see that carried out in the way that they presented that right it. It's funny because it happens in the midst of a montage where we see that. It's not necessary to be an asshole to be great. You know were Michael. Jordan has stepped away to play baseball. The Bulls are still very good in Michael Jordan's absence. They went fifty five games and finished in third place in the Eastern Conference and advanced to the Eastern Conference. Semi-finals Scottie Pippen showed in modeled another way of leadership and even says he's like hey. I think the guys are happy because nobody was yelling into them. The whole time but Scotty makes his one mistake in his career. Which is I mean. I guess we can quibble about whether or not it's understandable and not but given the history had Toni Kukoc Coach and management and filling like he was being overlooked in a moment. That normally would have gone to Michael. It sort of makes sense right but it felt like that was a way from Michael Jordan. It'd be like Hey Scotty is not who you think he was. I was the real leader on this team. I'm the guy that got them over the hump. This is how you have to be a champion I. We've never quit on you in quite that way. Even though Michael Jordan quit on his team but what by retiring now? And that's that's exactly how this was framed. I mean look it's not defensible. What Scottie Pippen did? He made a mistake and it's a huge mistake. It was more than a huge mistake. It is not something you would expect a leader of any professional sports team. He threw a fucking hissy fit and stop playing in the critical moment of a playoff game against heated rival of the time that a huge mistake. I love.

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on Front Burner

"As talented Jordan was and how much this documentary focuses on that. He does recognize these interviews that some of his teammates were crucial to thought success. Right and so what would Michael Jordan be without Scottie? Pippen pepper? Well it's a great question. I mean I imagined that he still would have won titles but I think the big part of Jordan's myth is that they've won six championships Total he never lost in the finals and so he has a perfect six zero record. And so when you compare him to somebody like Lebron who is probably the biggest star in today's NBA You know he has a much worse. Record in the final is and so I think Michael Jordan says in the documentary. I never won a title without Scottie. Scottie non bonded you know because he felt like okay. He has someone they can count on. And I'm looking at okay. I got someone who I can actually count on And he just acknowledges that upfront that they were that level of tandem. I think they're considered like the ultimate Batman and Robin throughout NBA history. Offensively Jordan was the Premier Score Scottie. Pippen didn't get jealous. He was able to fit in and he was a great passer and they worked very well. Defensively You know it was like trying to get by two panthers and so. I think from steroid Jordan's appreciation for Scotty. Pippin comes through very very clearly but I also think what comes through is Jordan's role in making his teammates better in this documentary. And I think if you try to. Imagine Scottie. Pippen without Michael Jordan. Without being pushed as hard as he was pushed earlier in his career. I think we would remember him as very different player and I think ultimately like tough love approach that Michael brought to a lot of his teammates really wound up raising their games. And that's not unique to Jordan. I think that's very common thing among basketball stars and I think guys like Scotty Pippin even Dennis Rodman who may be needed a little bit of direction or a little bit of structure You know from the organization. I think that Jordan wives making those guys better. He winds up elevating their games. Now I have to say my favorite moment so far is the is Ahah. Thomas Feud thirty years on my second favorite moment is when Jordan goes to Vegas to pull Dennis Rodman out of multiple days of partying with Carmen Electra. And these shows up at his hotel door and brings back to practice. There's a knock on the door it's Michael Jordan and I hid I I. I don't want to seem like that so I like and just like hiding behind the couch with covers over me. Well I what I love about. That scene again is it makes you consider what would happen if this took place during the modern era and so if we had a player of Dennis Rodman stature somebody who's famous enough to to date Carmen Electra. And Madonna you know during his prime If he's showing up in Vegas aren't we having thousands of smartphones on twitter and Tick Talkin Instagram? Who are capturing every moment of Dennis Rodman's Party and you know the the both had a real luxury back then. I mean no one realized. That Rodman was pardoning in Vegas Nationally. You know it was just a very different time in place and I do think it's an important aspect to underscore about the bulls. These guys were so famous and when they showed that Trip to Paris and Michael is just being mobbed by everyone everywhere he goes. That's okay I can back. He's bigger than the both screams the morning paper and everybody wants a piece of two. Imagine those guys that level of celebrity in the modern saturation media environment. I'm not sure it would have gone so well for them. It's a really good point..

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on Front Burner

"What are the things that really struck me? Watching the series so far is how relentless Jordan was as a player right like he was in it to win put in just to give myself physically strong enough to go against Detroit Power. Slimness getting kids now couple pound weight around. And what do we know about where that drive comes from well? We just know that he was a naturally competitive You know kid straightaway. And he played a lots of sports When he was young his primary. Love was baseball. And people will remember. He actually retired at the peak of his basketball career. To go play. Minor League. Baseball ran the baseball right now. Which again is a completely unheard of idea He had a brother Larry who was incredibly competitive with and he actually a very revealing seen Michael Jordan essentially says when you come to blows with someone you absolutely love designating every fire within you and I always felt like I was fighting. Larry for my father's attention in one amazing interview with Michael's Father James. Who's passed away? He says that he actually kind of brush Michael Jordan off when he was a kid because he wasn't handy with tools around the house and James's kind of an amateur mechanic and Larry his son. Jordan's brother was a little bit handier with tools. And Michael would you say give me a phillips he might Piplo als a little short picture with him and I get back into house with your mom boy. You know you never going to be anything. Just go back with your mom or something like that. That little type of slight would just eat at Michael Jordan and we saw it throughout his entire life you know. He was famously cut from his high school team as a sophomore and that experience paint him so deeply that he brought it up at his hall of fame speech decades later as sort of like what are the formative moments of his life where he decided to rededicate himself to the sport so he would never be cut again. I wanted to prove not just to Leeward Smith. Not just to myself but to the coach who actually pick. Leroy over me on to make sure you understood. You made a mistake dude. We know that Michael and his father were essentially best friends. His father would go to games with him constantly throughout his career. He'd always be in the locker room. There's a famous moment in nineteen ninety-one. He wins his first title and he's clutching the trophy and crying and his father is embracing him as he's doing that so he was an ever present person in. Michael's life and it's just you know very poignant to hear. Michael say like this is who I was doing it. This is who made me who I am right at that moment where he's clutching the trophy and crying. I had not seen that before. And it's really something to see because Michael Jordan is not that emotional. Well yeah real quick on that I mean will perdue has one of the best lines of the entire thing and he's talking about that exact same embrace that you're talking about it and he says look before that moment sometimes we question whether he was human whether he had feelings the only emotions we ever saw from him was anger at practice. And now he's breaking down cry with the trophy We had never seen that side of him. Before and that perfectly summarizes are the Jordan experience. Right it's the desire to win basically at all costs understanding that there's going to be a price and then when you finally get there it means so much to you that you can't control your emotions and even the people who have spent years with you by your side going through the pain realize that even then you probably care more than everybody else in the room. I think that's sort of Michael Jordan.

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"michael  jordan" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"michael jordan" Discussed on The Lead

"So joe you have collected some wonderful stories from former NBA players about when they first met Michael Jordan but before we get some of those I just wanted to get your reaction to the last dance where in how have you been watching it from the comfort of my home like most Americans and had my almost ten year old. Who is kind of a sports guy? But he doesn't eat sleep and breathe it and he definitely knows. Michael is knows who the bulls are but he was captivated and it was pretty cool to see. Well it seems like a lot of young people are being introduced. Michael Jordan in a completely different way through this series. You know they've probably seen all the highlights. But this Docu series is really going on Michael. As a person as well as a player I laugh when Zion Williamson says that. His favorite player is Michael. I don't know about that. I mean you re much grew up virtually your entire childhood without him even being in the NBA anymore and so You know you think about some of the players that we cover now who are too young to know what he really was. Like an certainly. My son's generation is like that whereas we grew up with him being the dominant figure in all sports. What's been like for you to see these old highlights of Jordan. I mean I feel like I'd almost forgotten. Just how could hang in the air longer than anyone else before he would release a jump shot just how in control he was when he would switch the ball from his right hand to his left? Hand on some crazy layup Jordan Petra bit yes. I grew up in Cleveland and so for me. One of my first sports memories is him hitting that shot over Craig. Hilo in the first round of the playoffs. Here's Michael at the foul line. A shot audio so I grew up not liking him at all. I mean not being a fan at all and certainly more. It's been more so since coming into this job and just appreciating greatness Kinda regardless of which Jersey you're wearing and so now watching this footage of him and just getting a chance to appreciate the greatness you know just the drive and the will to win and just how good he was but then also that. He's sitting there with Tumbler of you know they. They of course they piece this together out of order but it was just fascinating to watch. How much was left in the glass depending on the answer so I thought that was hilarious? Well speaking of substances was a great scene in episode four where Dennis Rodman Goes Awol in Vegas for a really long time and Michael Jordan finds him partying with Carmen Electra. Go get his ass out of bed. And I'm not GonNa say what's in his bed. Way was in Blah Blah Blah. There's a knock on the door. It's Michael Jordan and I hid I. I didn't I didn't seem like that. So I like and just like hiding behind the couch with covers over me. Come on you gotta get the practice and we also had the moment back in episode one where the director reads a newspaper quote to Jordan about the Bulls teams of the early nineteen eighties. Most traveling cocaine. I'd never ended up. It was funny to kind of watch him get a little embarrassed there. I mean I suppose sure I guess we believe him at take him at his word that he didn't go into the party. It's like people don't think of their athletes. This way that you know with all that money that they might be blown off some steam on a Thursday night or something with the game on Friday. But of course of eighty two games they probably do and so But Yeah I mean there's certainly I like everybody else saw over the Internet. How everybody on that. Eighty four eighty five team had to spend the rest of Sunday night explaining to their families that they weren't in the room either. Well Joe you can now get a traveling cocaine circus t shirt. So will you be picking one up? No no as someone who's never tried that one. I think I'll I'll leave the T. shirt to to somebody else. You know another thing that has jumped out at me is just how much of a media frenzy. They're always was around Michael. Do you think that there's any comparison for that? In modern sports very recently had a discussion with the man who was responsible for the footage from the ninety seven ninety eight year. Andy Thomson is the brother of former Laker star Michael Thompson and the uncle of current Warriors Star Klay Thompson. And he contends that there is no ripe. I don't think it's the comparison from a national standpoint terms of how much media spotlight under every single day. Especially doing that. Ninety seven ninety eight season. I mean literally if there's a scene that we're in Atlanta and there's two thousand people lining the streets to watch the bulls walk from the hotel to the book. I've been around the cavs I've been around. The world have been with the Lakers. I was there in the magic era. I have never seen two thousand people lined the streets to just watch guys walk on the bus with the hotel. The hotel to the buck and I contend that there is a rival they're in coal and that is Lebron when you talk about a singular athlete rising above teammates in a way that almost nobody else did who captivates and who kind of draws global attention and is an ambassador of multiple global iconic brands like the NBA and Nike. That was my going now. That's Ron.

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