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"queen king" Discussed on The Grid

The Grid

04:13 min | Last month

"queen king" Discussed on The Grid

"The book tried to argue that you could get by with one hundred. You thought that that was too few. So I a conclusion that you came to working with this book that you felt like you needed to look at a large number of flop so that you wouldn't accidentally give principles that don't really apply at the end of for the weekend for my personal study. Would I ended up doing these using old flips. So the game is composed by two thousand, two, thousand, one, hundred flops if you remove some of their this effects of this goal. On I so more fake I more think affect you remove the ice for morphine flops. For example, the asking of clubs he's a the exact same flow as the ace King Queen of diagnosed spades. So all these flops the the exact same. So if you want the relations for just one of them, you have this ocean for the other ones because you know you can just change clubs for space and that said you have lost your flaws or whatever. So we aren't spades better than clubs. Some games in some gays. Yeah. Thank goodness that. that. This rule applies because otherwise the grid would be much more difficult projects. I'm only doing one, hundred, sixty, nine. Red. Exactly. Exactly. So once you those From ice more flops, you can reduce the game two, one, thousand, seven, hundred, and fifty five flops cheese law rights to see the love Abbott identify found many ways to categorize Organiz data making flips families. For example, textures we have no clubs are monotone. So a single suit. Are Two tone with two of soup. With rainbow flags of our troops with three of a kind. pair. Boards that have a pair on it, and then you can you know for the break those down into hiker so you have flips are. Ranked as hiking, high green high then create some configurations for like five minutes. So you have slopes or have a high car. hiker meaning a Cardin Jack Queen King or Amilcar six, seven, eight, nine, a low carb, two, three, four five, and then you have the as which is kind of wild card in. So was you can see that flops belonging to a family or so consign. It is easier to Saudi for example, let's say Euskadi Blake as fights to write. In nation bedding situation. Okay. Then a flop as for three or as for two or ace to treat is betty seeming are like this Stri play these boards it's not going to be massively different. So do can only have two side one of them again because you know you just said these the dealer flips into finally going to be so senior and then there are already things. That are important for simple floats half to possible flops rates only one possible flops straight or fearful of straits that changes massively striking some situations would big Ginkel Dane of the combinations that make these opposites rates. So that gives the people in search different range of a strong hands. If he can have been played cannot have but degrade peace opening from early position. So all these things affect. The output and the strikes in the game, and then you try to use the game from the one, thousand, seven, hundred, and sixty five flops to let's say, only one hundred flops. It's almost impossible to to cover all the CIVES, all the high ranks and all of them, combinations and the. Number, of Flop Straits and also make sure that most of the venues can make offsets in all of this. So it is almost impossible task to to reduce the game three from more than than this. So what I did was just run over flops I, get a I was able to rent a little service online and at some point, I think it had twelve for fourteen absolute dynasty for pre flopping post flop and ended up with thousand thousand thousand detailed solutions than I..

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"Problem Auerbach's. Bravo, yeah and I. Think laid it. He doesn't have to justify or solidify or confirm or affirm like Jordan. Jordan. He's a household name. It is a brand like Disney. It'll never go away. You know our kids kids. Kids will know Jordan Michael Jordan, but I think it was. Good to see how. He didn't just do this alone like it was him right in his efforts, but he was surrounded and built by a an outstanding coach right, and some really like key players that believed in him and. He believed in them so I would think it was good to. See outside of just Jordan, and like you know this. Everybody who surrounded who helped Jordan become Jordan. Because again without Scottie Pippen I don't think Jordan or the Bulls Franchise would-be be who they are, and Dennis plays into that too, but. Pippen was his wing man and made him over. He is right and. It's not underrate him. but It. was really good. Though to just get some the decide perspectives right about. The Locker Room Banter in everything that happened beside behind the scenes. I mean I. I appreciate it on many levels from a as a parent as mom as an athlete. As you know an individual, so I think it was well done so Kudos. Job Espn Mary Logan. Day Emily? In time in hardware and as he's. Buddy S. `rational that he get all of this. Working hard is right. A! Determination, the sense of land yeah. We'll. In even the you know to put the documentary together. filmed over the interviews anyway. We're over a two year. And in the sector talked about how between his first interview with Jordan in his second was eleven months so almost a year later gap go, can you imagine? Having to wait like yes. You'RE GONNA. Pick back up where we left right. Yeah Notice to everyone for having such great memories, I mean. The level of detail when they were retailing those stories, those incidents I'm not sure that you know. I can barely remember last Tuesday. However monumental moments, but even sometimes a smaller offensive they were. Route. They're literally talking about it like it happened yesterday. You know that the story and the s what cut this engage is that it wasn't. It wasn't vague, and it wasn't like. Oh, well, you know. They still have passion. They still had clarity directory sharing a story, and he said when he's the second time he interviewed Jordan heat sent him. You know like these kind of themes and topics and stuff like that. He was going to go over with him, and he said when they sat down. Jordan said I didn't look like I. Didn't look at what you sent me, but I'm an open book. Just ask me anything in. I'll tell you so. I want that. Probably what made it so great? Right like? Yeah, yeah, yeah, exactly right. It wasn't scripted, right? It would just off love and. Can we rate at the at the closing of this. Can we just? Rate who we thought the best overall who is age, the most graceful. Everyone that. Everyone that was. In the. Top if you have won a number one, that'd be great, but your top two top to. Allow, okay!.

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"Of the session. Well now. Well. It was certainly a a beautiful story of basketball and. One that took us over two hours to discuss. Was was ten hours. I mean two hours an hour. Of H- your Adrenalin I will say someone A commentator said last night. To add another level to Michael Jordan's greatness, he did all of that without social media without a witter. Affair. He was able to reach. The world a glorying, yeah, his basketball skills through his personality. obviously commercials all that, but you know we saw the footage of him in Paris and at the Olympics and just on the morals of. World. Admired him in. That was all just based on him play. Basketball wasn't on. You know. When you talk about players today. Would they have that same effect without? The platforms they have in some of them. Still don't. Well with the plow, they have well. It's kind of it's. It's interesting. You should bring that up because I feel like now. When when players you know if they're not I guess you can say very engaged on social media than the perception is that they're you know very private so someone like Kawhi Leonard. WHO! Just one when a championship and MVP another MVP, he doesn't have social media. He doesn't and he doesn't really. Talk to to the media much beyond you know just answering questions, etc after.

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

07:08 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"After game three. Dennis Rodman. In the finals. Just to clarify after game three of the finals. Against the Utah Jazz or their third. Championship. He went to wrestle with Hulk Hogan. I thought it was odd is like okay. Like he really just when he felt the need to get up and move, he moved. But it sounded like the. Land that like he was already trying to maneuvers. Way into you know W W S E whatever we call it out. This was probably something that he had committed to knowing that again, because it was a was it. A game or practice I can't remember jog memory, but I. Know, yeah, so it was game right? There were games, but I was like typical Rodman of course right like, but when he mu like when he felt compelled like do this anyway. When his heart is set on that, you just do it. I don't remember never watched wrestling I. Don't know about you guys. Ruin it happened I? Remember hearing, but I didn't watch and I. WASN'T I didn't watch it live. Everybody knows how Colgan you know, but. I would just like of course like I didn't expect anything less. I didn't expect anything less like. This guy is just going to continue to do what he does. Right When is enough enough? I is long as he's winning right and then. The next allowing that Coke Hogan number like who cares about the I like. Literally his. Yeah they literally didn't even care. The finals were going on so now. It's talked about. Peer Pressure. You know you're. Pressured, but that was their sport. Wrestling is their sport. Oh Yeah, for sure I wouldn't say like you're pressured. Terms of hey, come do this thing with hope. Now Jak I wasn't like he has no the finals. You'd better stay, so didn't his saying yellow me. Go and then. All, those yeah, come on, so. I'M GONNA go. But Rodman was literally there. He's one of a kind. has there ever been any other any anyone ever remotely close to him? Down Three and He would never be. I mean. Yeah, and you know he's he's. Even with all his crazy ways. He's just very endearing like I feel like when when he first came on, you know on episode three. It was I was very happy to see him. He's part of the bull story. He's of Michael Jordan this like you know what I mean, you cannot say. Oh, bulls, championship, and not named Dennis Rodman. You just can't right like he's. A Scotty Dennis Jordan. Right and others get their credit to, but yeah you know He was definitely. One of God and I see that. I don't know. How you that agents have piercings in your nose and you i. mean like in your in your live in your news. And Yeah I would've loved you. Just look at it and is the only time I remember seeing his is is like when he was playing a game, right? Yeah so interesting, but I'm glad that he participated in an because he didn't have to write. Made as I'm sure they. got a little. Some benefits out of it but. it. Rodman will forever be part of the rules, legacy or an always always liked the fact every time I saw Dennis okay. What kind of hairstyle he got this time and I was. You you, did you look forward? What the Dow we look like! And then I felt like after basket I was like. Oh, now he's really up on the deep end to put the dresses and and he was doing all that then it was like. Oh, he's intricate but Yeah he could ball, no one could deny him of that like he you know. He showed he in that the game. They won that game six I. Mean he performed? He hit some. You know some jump shots and some free throws. House he was probably one of the worst free-throw players, but he had deepens right. But he hit them free throws, and you even see he was like. Yeah, like was all proud of himself, but. That's what we say he was clogging. On Pittman wasn't. and. I'm glad that they again. I'm glad they showed that about pippen. Because I think that really told the whole story of you know how much he was willing to sacrifice because to see him. Keep going back into the locker room. Gary just so that He. Believed were a few moments and be essentially e Coy, but boy listeners like just to be a decoy, but standing. A lot of energy, you gotta run, you got. Yes funk, because otherwise he obviously was a a strong decoy that they felt like he was still a threat. 'cause use get players injured. That's the first thing you do. If they're still in the court, you attack them. You go toward them. Right? Like and yeah, so yeah, that was a huge sacrifice because that'd be like and his back at that right, it wasn't. you know a sprained ankle or your back? Right your mobility so Yeah. And he I mean he made like a couple of jump shots to like. I mean it's just. Amazing. Cabana. 'cause I I haven't I haven't like had like you know series back pain before, but I've heard. That's one of the most like you know back pain, chronic levels of pain so for him to be play at that level. Yeah, bless him, God bless one and. I liked him. They ask Carl Malone to participate. seems like we. Had and we don't hear. Or John Stockton as we. Know, we did we heard from John. Yes. Erred Abet? Carl Wasn't feature of me. And they said Reggie Miller almost didn't do it because it's. Yeah Jacoby. Who was his team mate On the Pacers when they were playing against the Bulls, he said yeah, he actually by kind of called him and talk them into it because it's still kind of stings. After reasons. Reason why I ain't get a rain and but. But obviously you guys are glad that he was. Glad, he was part.

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"For whatever reason close to the Jordan family I don't know how described that but I still like my heart still aches for or him in. You know his reaction Still, even you know. Ended in his yeah when he was talking about it, and he still was definitely understandably. still very. Sad I. DO think that. Michael, you know in just like thinking about all the transpired I think that he definitely whether he would have played. Basketball or excuse me baseball. Or whether he would have just chosen to not play basketball for a season or two I still think that he definitely made the right decision to an on. 'cause he needed, he needed to grieve. You know and. I loved the quote that he said of course at that time. There's just so much speculation which is again goes to show. You never really know what's happening with someone, but about you know. Why is he leaving basketball? And then he played baseball, likewise doing that, know all these things, and but he said that was one of the last conversations that he had his dad. Is that you know at the close of that season? He was going to play baseball, and so he said He said I'd already already. Had spoken to my father about it so I knew that I was making the right decision. And again it kind of made me also think about like you know our relationship with our heavenly father in sometimes like you're doing. Something and people are speculating or maybe not understanding, but you can like. In that piece of like I've already cleared this. Other so I'm good. I think that that was a healthy way for him to grieve you talk about like the different vices, etc that people can turn to for him to be playing sport that he knows that his father loved that his father told him that you know he should like. Try to pursue. I thought that was like a perfect way for him to grieve not that you ever get over the loss of a parent, but still I felt like he was doing a very healthy way. People are. Crazy when he got to the. Baseball like they thought it was a joke that he was playing baseball. But you know, and then it also just like the perfect timing of things like he can. No, he he he did. He was committed to it, he did. Everything is supposed to do and then when the the major leagues had that strike. He started looking at basketball again, right? Went back at the perfect time and the time that you know that was like Mitt for him to be there again. Angering. Personal Anecdote We were very excited state of Alabama when. Jordan decided to play baseball. Obviously, he was coming to the BURRI embarrassments. But. I remember one summer. My mom and I were. Running errands and we've passed by. We passed by the local heaters restaurants. And there was a white gentleman in a very tall black humor walking. Like a little ways down the street from the hooters like they're walking towards hooters and I looked them white. House Michael Jordan and I I just remembered that The Birmingham barons were in town to play the stars. And so anyway,.

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

03:11 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"And, then, of course, he also said that he that other players were not necessarily wanting to play with Isaiah so he kind of tried to make a collective he and collective, but ultimately it would have been Georgia I mean come on, you know. Everybody else it was everyone else. Yeah, and did anyone else notice. I get the practices I'm like. Where's the damn? Coach is Jordan, the coach and the. Allies! zesty was he the Crimson. It was Mike Shes SP was from do. It was daily again a okay, but I'm just at even the outside of Olympics, even in the and maybe it was just snippets, but I'm like. Who is running like who's in charge here? I guess during the. Was Coach he was huge. Star, player. I mean the been running at practice for Jesus runnning Bangs Hey. Not. Yeah. We're winning games and you run that run. It could be you know playing around y'all come back, but y'all got this. and. He say that they could not stand Tony Coach are. Imported thing where thing he's like I just WanNa play. Basketball I knew nothing love some CUCO. She came. By that, too, I well. Yeah, I believe. Because we are nationalists. When I say we Americans I. You know. Awesome. Dope, he was doubt they did not welcome. Embrace him I guess and but I think. Gina, Krause. Yes, just went about it all wrong, right? Exactly what I mean? It was now that I will really really blame on him like He. Just he was, it was him. That kind of causes, friction, but skills love yet skills that yes. He was dynamic well in. He was one of the first though coming from Europe International. That's what I'm saying. He broke the boundaries. Yes, common now but he. In understand they were Kinda like wait what by okay, so they? They kind of hijack our game our culture. Ovary nationalist. Here, you know or zone backyard our domestic brother. Right I'm. Cam Minutes. You know about. IMG Full Down here in South Florida. In you know like all of these kids immune, the Slavia everyplace was coming over there, and then they were getting into the top schools and. Being drafted again. Yeah, we've got kids in our own backyard. What's going on? And we don't know this to be true. I'm speculating, but they could probably pay them less for again right like. And they were skilled at now that they could probably play them less. Tony. Tony there was some point where I believe he was making.

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"And. Offering your? And also you know. The director revealed that even after he had signed the deal with Nike. Actually still went back and called. Dita's like y'all store. And they were like. No, we're sorry, we like we basically don't. Have the money or or whatever? It was no spots available. At the time, so. So the end of course that has become like such a cultural phenomenon, and it's even crossed over into other sports now like Jordan's just basketball shoes. Everything there fashion I mean exactly. It's a brand, even Michael's. You can't wear for basketball anymore. Hurt your feet, but You, know I. To Thank. The everything, has he yes? I think it was always a fashion statement, but definitely now with collectors and you know. I, mean we all know someone in our life who has collected? Twenty thirty Jordan's you know or more. Yeah it's. It's definitely a pop culture moment. You know. I mean his son now. His son now makes a living. One of his son makes a living selling Jordan's. Daughter! His daughter is also like she has. She manages more like the female side of the brand. Yeah, so. I think the other son. The oldest son works at Nike to. Jeffrey. Yet. And also in this episode we got a little Dream Team Action, so speaking of the whole like. Endorsement I had never heard that story about Jordan and not wanting to wear the reebok uniform with. Workman but the way that he covered it up with an American flag off. Genius absolutely genius in I. Don't think any of us. Obviously, we didn't know at the time I never seen that. I chronic photo and I'm like. Wow. They're just all draped in like American attic your. Actually, that was actually back. When you know everybody Kinda didn't mind wearing American. Flag Paraphernalia. Talking.

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

03:36 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"Yeah I mean Lebron. that. Think I'll put it this way. I think. He's done. Gets perfect timing that Lebron went to the Lakers. because. Obviously, there was controversy when he went to Miami, but he did go back home to Cleveland. Cleveland and he did you know restore his relationship with his. You know with his home and he delivered on his promise to them. Against Brian Consular. But I think that for I will say you know specifically with all that took place. You know with the tragedy of Kobe. Bryant is the perfect figure for the Lakers right now. and I remember seeing a video of him. They played when they did you know. Start playing games again. After Kobe passed away, initially, he had like a speech or something like card or whatever, but he just decided to speak from the heart, and it was perfect i. feel like La always need some type of like polarizing player. It's just like a part of their heritage and so. I think that this will be a great place for Lebron to end his career and I I will say you know I haven't always been Lebron Fan, but I have become one in recent years specifically once he did go back home, and he delivered on his promise, and I love how committed to the community he is, and how he's very vocal about issues that affect African American community, so he's an advocate. We talked about well all star. Weekend Dream Team. The inception of the Air Jordans. I I actually I prepared a short sermon. So. Saturday. Right right, so you'll just let me let me preach the Senate now. Okay so so basically. I feel like. With with this whole story of how? Jordan ended up signing with Nike. I. I'm a sneaker head, but but quite honestly growing up like I didn't have any Jordan's. My parents were not spend one hundred dollars, or whatever, so no, that was a no go, but but I love how they were talking about how converse was originally like you know kind of like the shoe of the NBA and and but they weren't like looking for endorsed necessarily. The time Michael wanted to sign with Adidas. But it was actually Nike that was making the offer, and and I think what this whole scenario reminded me of. Is Number One the? The magic wisdom, the intelligence of a black mother, because she made him meet with Nike when he didn't want to and And so I my my little. My little sermon net is that God's plan is always greater than mine. We asked for Adidas Blessing, but God is trying to give us a Nike Blessing. And Boy..

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

04:55 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"Among. Because he knew again brilliant. I'm GONNA drive fifty miles to live in his. Apartment right, ACROSS From me. Yes, exactly! That's Bryant. His logic to you know, right? Exactly. And, so you know I also wanted to talk about Phil Jackson who I think did a masterful job with leading a personality liked Denis directing them. And I loved seeing. Bills Origin Story as well I felt like. About him because to be honest, you know. Watching him as a coach, I kind of thought he was like this, very. Clean cut guy because that's kind of the image that you see of these. Coaches in the NBA but. He grew up on an Indian reservation and you know. And then, and then he coached in Puerto Rico and so and he he did actually win a couple of championships as a player as well, but I thought that like under once I realized like what his background was in really growing up around like different cultures in the people of color. Then to me, it really makes sense why he was able to be such a great leadership to the Bulls Dynasty, but then also you know Kobe's. Team as well. One and why he was able to connect, yes, exactly are. US. Impractical. But all players, but he was able to connect and I think. Those experiences. Even growing up and he was a little worldly right because he was Hippie, whatever? Worldly, but Also took this and went and explored other cultures and that. More well rounded, but also made him a better, not only a better person, but a better coach in a better leader. And I think everybody not even when you study leadership like bill, Jackson should be somebody that you are literally your list right because I think that attributed to his success and ability as a white Caucasian male. To be able to connect and on. With men of color in general. Yeah, so that was very, and he chose that PAT while. He took those opportunities I would say right to enrich himself into learn. He didn't have to go coach and go like you could have turned right like you're gonNA live in an entirely different. Part of I don't even know if it was territory at that time. You guys know when he went over there I don't know what it was, but they don't speak English. We know right like English is now divert stone. It's amid highly different culture, but the fact that he did it any. Did it well right? any grew on Indian reservation but Kudos to. Fail and maybe attributed to his parents. For instilling that in him, because that's what differentiates him. And his success from a coaches but I think that is very critical on his ability to connect with. Absolutely. I think is what stood out for me. was his connection to native Americans in their culture's spirituality so I I. For me I, like he connected with the players, not submerge on a whole, -tural basis, but just A. Equal Common Manda Man. Because there were several times where they would make things. Ao Dennis is doing this or that and. bill would have one simple statement like. You'll come when he's running or. It was just like the Soothsayer. You know so for me. It wasn't even so much I think having those cultural experiences helped him. You know definitely mashed with everybody, but I think it was that foundation of spirituality. Americans? That Know he wishes like at the end aid. This is this is what connects us all you know. And and this is the. Truth in light like there was no weapons him. It was either this or that and he wasn't gonNA. Get crazy and stress himself and. Just like you know, he'll come to practice ready. And he did. And that's why I cannot stand Jerry Cross. Because he knew said how good he. He's stopping. Good needed. I.

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

06:39 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"So yeah, I! Just I I enjoy seeing that sequence. Play out because again. I think when that particular. The series took place I was probably to young to to really Watch it and be able to you know receive it in the same way that I can now, and then the last thing I will say. So, Jerry Krause the GM What what do we think about him? Is Not a my on. He's on my hit list just. Karl Malone in Reggie Miller. Is! On! My Hitlist his day. You can't pay people. But yet you're greedy. You WanNa pay them up, but you're greedy. You know what. But he was very smart. Intelligent in knew how to pick them so i. give him that now. You the smart in New Honda, right. Thank you. Bill yes, he built to. What you do, you build for success and at the end of the day he because. At ended I. Get what you're saying. Gene I think we're all with you, but he's a businessman. so whether they don't have to be ethical. And as far as Why they do what they do now reporting in Alabama. Yes, but at the same time. They get paid. I mean Michael Jordan. All they were out getting beat up. The ankles busted unease backs right, and he's GONNA get paid regardless. He's GonNa. Get paid regardless, so he did his job now. Diddy do his job to be likable. No and I think that will translate it in many of our roles today, right like. You don't have to like their boss, but you're right. They do what they do and they're good at what they do right. So I do give him I applaud him for being able to build teams, effective teams winning teams. But you don't have to like someone. Slash in order to get things done, and and everybody benefited right from what he kind of. His actions or his maneuvers I think feel again. Again they were he kinda put fill the position because. Who else was skeptical of them, right? There was somebody else that was like I. Don't know about this little country. Boy, or you know those little hippy kind of guy. He was like no just give him a chance. Give him a chance so. With all his good, there was some you know. masterful behind the scenes. He knew what he could do right like he knew that fail was a good coach. He knew which players to bring on board. Did he do it the way that probably people appreciated Dow, but at the end today everybody one because when you know. And he won he. He won the most because again. He was out there. On the court, sweating and everything else, but he picked winning teams right but he was. Very proud, they're. They're probably on every NBA teams. They're still in the lead in the NFL Imam. Rhyming Hutler. The backside of sports we see the players and we have Adam admiration, and we connect to them, but that backside is the business, and that's what I enjoyed seeing from the last dance. Was that business side in terms of how they really have to juggle that? Like not only are you an athlete and you have to go out and win gaze. It's your job, but you've also got the business side to and Michael had the biggest on his shoulders. He was Michael Jordan. He was the face eat. Nike was pretty much built on, Michael Jordan. Like his fame, so I can't imagine that pressure that he had to fill for twenty years on us. You know, mom, thank you, mom. Right right? Yeah, we look we. Hold hold that thought. that. W-, I will say to in regards to Jerry Krause I think that while he was good at his job in terms of building the team, his downfall, which they mentioned was that insecurity in terms of needing recognition like instead of being able to just celebrate like this amazing team that he built. He was looking to get the same level La. That's true. That's sure right, yeah! Yeah I would agree with that. I agree. And that could have been his demise right like. Just imagine again if they all well not imagine they did it, and they bonded together for the love of the game, and brotherhood and team and Camaraderie and sports. You're right. but had he had been up to. If it were him or fail right? They wouldn't play right so. I do agree with you. in that sense. Definitely see it as because a weren't. Up to the part for the organization, he said organizations don't win championships big. Think about it. That is why everyone had a stick on their own, because the organization was looking at further south so they. Gather as the family would, you can't think about the boss got each other. Because right now. They don't have our backs, and if you think about a company's to go from the trust domino bats. Bottom in this. You'll be. Noah was apart until they won a championship. Everything else was like. Yeah! grimy though Krause's woo back here I have we seen any feedback on what he how he felt about this last. I haven't seen anything. Access way. You passed away a few years ago. Oh. I didn't know that okay. So I would say episode to our seizes me one into definitely. Got Us very excited like if they had released all of the episodes that night. Really I watched all ten hours like crazy people. Next so. Yeah, it was just masterful storytelling. So moving onto episodes, three and four..

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

08:14 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"Him in that sense. And it all goes to like negotiating right. You know how to negotiate or you. Don't you know when to negotiate or you don't and obviously Scotty was used as a pawn in that situation or Devil's advocate. I don't know if they may be seen potential in him, but they didn't think that he would perform on the level that he did. That could have also been. The case right like well he's. Has Potential, but he might be the six man, or he might be the ace man that goes in. But I think once he started to prove up yet. They should have did right by him. They should gave him spot bonuses, or but now they stood all true to that contract so in essence I hope that he learned from that and paid it forward to other upcoming athletes like make sure. Or make sure you're able to negotiate, but I think truly at that time they took advantage. He just didn't know what he didn't know. Right like he turned this long term contract. Thinking family instability. and. He was kind of locked in right. Now the Jerry get done better of course I like it at to the TLC. Oh. Yes So I think. I think you know everyone had different. Obviously different agents different experiences contracts in all of that, but you know. Even today I mean I i. read an article about NBA players today during this quarantine. There's only a handful NBA. That have a particular contract that was signed by the players unions. Were they will continue to get paid if they don't play games, right? The Lee will not get paid if they don't play Games I. Think today you still players on-track center. You know mind boggling yeah. and. It's even more shopping for us because we're like. Wait a minute, but he was second to Michael Jordan. You know. How could that be on the team? Or whatever is just kind of the way the cookie crumbles? I think you know it. You just had a really bad agent when he first signed in. Parents. All about knowledge right so not to get off subject, but it's no different than politics and tax loopholes. So I'm sure many of you know we could be reaping more benefits, but we don't what we don't know. Where do you don't right? And how do you get that knowledge back in a in in our culture. It's almost like if you don't share it. If you don't know And how would you know? How did you find out? And how did he find out besides the was it? The media of what everybody else was making right versus what? See. Audits now, not the owner I'm talking Scotty. 'cause the owner of all. They know that's their right like that's their bread and butter of course, but had Scottie find that win, and was it through the media like wow, you're getting paid this. You know what I mean that probably was probably the most her own moment for him like wait. You're getting paid what? And you know. And as he's already in it. Righted the article today that Scotty is not too happy with the last dance particularly because of the salary mention. And just. Kind of protrayed But as the article pointed out everything that was portrayed within Scotties on words that was him talking about eating. Go in. You know Phil asked the middle. That play that was him talking about. You know I'm GonNa get surgery in the fall and enjoy my summer. You know so it wasn't. It wasn't a manipulation of editing was literally Scotty telling a story, but I just found it interesting. He they said he was a troubled. By the last dance. He kind of made me sad tubes at such a monumental moment again. in quarantine, history and everybody so excited I don't think our takeaway from it was hit. He on Scotty except for salary, the Boggle Louis. Understood. We still understood in probably not even more. Admiration for him of being that Wingmen for Mike in Really appreciating what that teeing. And I think I had. A for Scotty absolutely. And also I would say to not to not to jump too far ahead, but I thought that it actually did a great job of. Showing how much of a team player he wanted his especially. Fast, forward to the last episode when he basically is having all this extreme back pain and continue to go into the game so. I say that to say I think that. The the documentary did a great job of telling. I would say very balanced story of who you know. He was as a player, and it really did shining a light on the fact that he was the number two man, even during that time that he decided he was going to have the surgery. The Bulls were not winning without him and So. I think we did need to to see that and like you said I think you know after the second that it was kind of you know really interesting to see that he was underpaid, but in reality the truth is long term in his career. He ended up being totally fine I think he was just a A. I guess you could say cautionary tale kind of as you all have mentioned about you know when you're entering into contracts, etc, because in theory, you know because of his performance they. Should have probably gone back in a minute, but yeah. Right right, so they're. They're going to say you know. This is what it is I also read an article that said nowadays something like that would not happen because number one they don't. Sign. Contracts Center that long and number two They normally will. Evaluate the more on performance as well so. And I think they said in the documentary that he didn't play by. You have a scholarship until you went to college and that's where he picked up. The ball is almost like. Oh, we need extra players, so he just happened beyond the team, so it wasn't like. He was great basketball player because he didn't play ball like that it, so he acts college so I stay on the contract, but then you WanNa. Keep going going. It's okay you latest part now come on changes contract, but. Teaches on so I thought that was incredible that he didn't have that backup that practicing. Pick up the by learned for me. You can ever hookah stay there. So he has a story and I think it's. Unbelievable. Yet, in the other things that that it brought out was when. When Michael Jordan went up against Larry Bird the Celtics during the playoffs now they did end up. Losing the series but it was. It really shined a light on the respect that that Larry. Bird had for Michael Even as a young player and there's a quote. That that they mentioned in the special wear. Larry. Bird says that. It was God disguised as Michael Jordan. When talking about his performance so why? I'm sorry, Blah. Fast for? Reggie. Miller's quote black Jesus yeah that was funding.

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"In. He didn't come in Cocky or Might? They just came in as person so he never talks that stuff. You showed his actions, and that's what I like. A lot of place WANNA. Talk anything, but he didn't come. Show you show Ya. I won't be humble. Respect will show you guys. And that's why I liked. Can we talk about limits? Pay. Well I'll. I'll say this okay. gotti pippen was was very much underpaid. At that time he was the sixth highest layer on the Bulls roster and The one hundred and twenty second. Highest player paid player in the League so. One you WanNa see like when he came in. who was is someone who is? Who is guided to there to sign this contract because it was like they let him out to the wolves, knowing was there to back him up. No one had his back so when he signed that yet. You're young kid. You don't know it's rider with raw in a you have a family history this whole history about how his both of his. Two one. His Dad had illness, and his brother had illness. You family members. Family that you gotTa Take Care of while I think about with emily. Not The whole contract think about is like really J. Across. Blame. You knew you took advantage of that. It just so takeaways from that. Yes, Scotty I think and you can't even call it naive today we could call it. Back then I do think they were taking advantage right Skill. And this player who You just don't know what you don't know and maybe I don't know. I didn't do the research, but maybe he did have an agent. Maybe he didn't. Maybe he says agent wasn't. You know notable or frame of the crop never done it. You just don't know what you don't know. Excuse me, but. I, do think to your point. Yeah, they did take advantage of.

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"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

03:22 min | 4 months ago

"queen king" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast

"Too long America has upheld its traditions of systematic racism, injustice and discrimination against black people. The impact of slavery is still pervasive in our lives four hundred years later. There's so much more that I want to say, but I will take a moment of silence. To honor. The black lives that have been lost. We will continue to pray for justice because God is the God of Justice. As my pastor has shown us through scriptures for the past few weeks, racism is a demonic spirit. That must be uprooted. And quite frankly it includes. Uprooting In the churches well, if we look to the character of Christ, he was empathetic towards the pain of others. which is what we need from. Allies. Even if you don't understand, we just need you to recognize that there is a problem with the way that. Blacks have been treated. In America. On the last episode we highlighted some epic Instagram. Battles and I would be remiss if I didn't give a shout out. To first of all Kirk Franklin in Fred Hammond. Who took us to church on a Sunday? Evening and. Beautifully through music helped to uplift and inspire our community. As we look to the Lord for healing. And then I also have to give a shout out. To you. John Legend militia keys who did a beautiful? June teeth celebration. Battling side by side with their pianos, and in some cases, even doing duets along the way. The final thought that I want to share in regards to justice activism and black lives matter. Is from an Instagram Post that I saw from Yvette Nicole Brown that reads as follows. Some are posting on social media. Some are protesting in the streets. Some are donating silently. Some are educating themselves. Some are having tough conversations with family and friends. A, revolution has many lanes. Be kind to yourself and to others who are traveling in the same direction. Just keep your foot on the gas. I recently.

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"queen king" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"queen king" Discussed on KTOK

"Releases Snow White and the seven dwarfs Walt Disney's decision to make Snow White which was the first animated feature to be produced in English and in technicolor flew in the face of popular wisdom at the time naysayers, even including his wife Lillian Warrenton audiences especially adults wouldn't sit through a feature length cartoon fantasy about doors. The film quickly grossed eight million dollars. A staggering sum during the great depression, and the most made by any film up to that point this week in nineteen fifty two Elizabeth becomes Queen King George passed away and Princess Elizabeth the oldest of the kings, two daughters was next in line to the throne. She was crowned Queen Elizabeth the second on June. Second nineteen Fifty-three at age twenty seven today. The clean is ninety two and his live the longest among British monarchs this week in nineteen sixty four the Beatles. Land at New York's Kennedy airport and Beatle mania officially hits America. It was the first visit to the United States by the Beatles. Who had just scored its first US number one hit with I want to hold your hand. They were greeted by over three thousand screaming fans who caused a near riot when the Fab Four stepped off their plane and onto American soil and this week in nineteen ninety six world chess champion Garry casper off loses the first game of a six-game match against deep. Blue an IBM computer capable of evaluating two hundred million moves per second. Man was. Ultimately victorious over machine. However as Kasporov bested deep blue in the match with three wins and to ties that's your look back at this week in history. Get ready to binge. It's new to view streaming edition. Here are some new titles coming to net flix season two of the epic tales of captain underpants. The third season of the one day at a time reboot checkout, Dan, Gilroy horrify velvet buzzsaw plus the new series Russian doll produced by Amy Poehler. And starring Natasha Leone volume to a Patriot Act with Hossa Manashe and much more. New editions coming to Hulu include the two thousand two horror comedy cabin fever season..

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"queen king" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"queen king" Discussed on Marty and McGee

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"queen king" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"queen king" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"queen king" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"queen king" Discussed on WEEI

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