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"rick barry" Discussed on Up On Game

Up On Game

02:57 min | Last month

"rick barry" Discussed on Up On Game

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You ain't <Speech_Male> gonna have one of these. <Speech_Male> Only Jeff. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> And I just <Speech_Male> wanted to show this <Speech_Male> because <Speech_Male> this is <SpeakerChange> very impressive. <Speech_Male> One <Speech_Male> of the first jacket that <Speech_Male> designed it around 1985. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> 1985. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Between guests and <Speech_Male> Jeff Hamilton. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> See that? <Speech_Male> And somebody just <Speech_Male> approached me and said, you know <Speech_Male> I found these jackets, <Speech_Male> you know? And <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I want you to have it. <Speech_Male> And it's a very <Speech_Male> you gave <Speech_Male> you your own <SpeakerChange> jacket back. <Speech_Male> Actually, today <Speech_Male> I just got another jacket <Speech_Male> and a mid 1988, <Speech_Male> 87, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> somebody came and <Speech_Male> they have it in the Philippines. <Speech_Male> And they <Speech_Male> showed me the jacket <Speech_Male> and they said, I love <Speech_Male> that jacket, <SpeakerChange> what we're going to <Speech_Male> bring it back to you. You know <Speech_Male> if I fit this, I could <Speech_Male> be rocking this. <Speech_Male> I can't fit this <Speech_Male> from the east from the 80s. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Tuskegee airman. <Speech_Male> I have a tuskegee airman <Speech_Male> hat too with it. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> So look, we're going <Speech_Male> outside with it. <Speech_Male> Only in <Speech_Male> the underappreciated podcast, <Speech_Male> you'll be able to see <Speech_Male> some stuff like this. I feel <Speech_Male> like <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Bill Walton <Speech_Male> and Rick Barry <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Silence> Yeah, <Speech_Male> look at that. That's beautiful. <Silence> <Silence> <Speech_Male> Bill Walton, <Speech_Male> baby. <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Speech_Male> And it also <Speech_Male> came to the office. 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"rick barry" Discussed on Up On Game

Up On Game

02:57 min | Last month

"rick barry" Discussed on Up On Game

"Had to come see some exclusive <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> exclusive vibes <Speech_Male> real quick. I'm a let <Speech_Male> him speak for himself. This <Speech_Male> one here is the president <Speech_Male> of the <Speech_Male> United States, you know, <Speech_Male> Bill Clinton. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> In 1997, <Speech_Male> and he wrote <Speech_Male> me a beautiful letter <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> it was just a <Speech_Male> great experience again, <Speech_Male> and I feel like <Speech_Male> being <Speech_Male> an immigrant and <Speech_Male> sitting on <Speech_Male> a table for <Speech_Male> dinner with him and <Speech_Male> being with him and <Silence> just <Speech_Male> having the honor to <Speech_Male> talk to him and <Speech_Male> just was such <Speech_Male> a blessing also. <Speech_Male> So I'm <Speech_Male> very appreciative of <Speech_Male> it. I'm very appreciative <Speech_Male> of it. You see sign <Speech_Male> it, and <Speech_Male> so I made a jacket for him <Speech_Male> and jacking for myself. <Silence> <Speech_Male> And he signed my <Speech_Male> jacket on. His black <Speech_Male> hair, Jeff, by the way. <Silence> Yeah. <Speech_Male> Yeah, you never <Speech_Male> see him back here, Jeff. He's <Speech_Male> very rare. I used <Speech_Male> to, I used to <Speech_Male> dye my hair black <Speech_Male> before so <SpeakerChange> not just kidding. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> That's the natural. <Speech_Male> You know what I'm saying? You're getting a <Speech_Music_Male> natural. <Speech_Male> You feel <Speech_Male> me? And then as <Speech_Male> you can see, this is what <Speech_Male> we was already talking about. <Speech_Male> That's the infamous Kobe <Speech_Male> photograph. <Speech_Male> That Jeff was also <Speech_Male> in that room in <Speech_Male> the bathroom <SpeakerChange> when he did <Speech_Male> the jacket, a shoe <Speech_Male> that we designed <Speech_Male> with the <SpeakerChange> converse. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> As well. <Silence> <Silence> So a <Speech_Male> lot of exclusive <Speech_Male> stuff that you get <Speech_Male> to see behind the scenes. <Silence> <Speech_Male> Another <Speech_Male> Kobe vibrate there <Speech_Male> and you didn't even know it was <Speech_Male> just the stuff <SpeakerChange> everywhere. <Speech_Male> It's 2002 <Speech_Male> championship. <Speech_Male> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> And I show you the various <Speech_Male> exclusive <Speech_Male> exclusive card <Speech_Male> right here that we did at <Speech_Male> the NBA <Speech_Male> two K party. <Speech_Male> It's a <Speech_Male> very rare flash <Speech_Male> Hamilton card. <Silence> As <Speech_Male> you can see, <Speech_Male> and it's on a <Speech_Male> graph by a flash <Speech_Male> garments. <Speech_Male> Wow. <Speech_Male> Very <Speech_Male> rare. You ain't <Speech_Male> gonna have one of these. <Speech_Male> Only Jeff. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> And I just <Speech_Male> wanted to show this <Speech_Male> because <Speech_Male> this is <SpeakerChange> very impressive. <Speech_Male> One <Speech_Male> of the first jacket that <Speech_Male> designed it around 1985. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> 1985. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Between guests and <Speech_Male> Jeff Hamilton. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> See that? <Speech_Male> And somebody just <Speech_Male> approached me and said, you know <Speech_Male> I found these jackets, <Speech_Male> you know? And <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I want you to have it. <Speech_Male> And it's a very <Speech_Male> you gave <Speech_Male> you your own <SpeakerChange> jacket back. <Speech_Male> Actually, today <Speech_Male> I just got another jacket <Speech_Male> and a mid 1988, <Speech_Male> 87, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> somebody came and <Speech_Male> they have it in the Philippines. <Speech_Male> And they <Speech_Male> showed me the jacket <Speech_Male> and they said, I love <Speech_Male> that jacket, <SpeakerChange> what we're going to <Speech_Male> bring it back to you. You know <Speech_Male> if I fit this, I could <Speech_Male> be rocking this. <Speech_Male> I can't fit this <Speech_Male> from the east from the 80s. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Tuskegee airman. <Speech_Male> I have a tuskegee airman <Speech_Male> hat too with it. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> So look, we're going <Speech_Male> outside with it. <Speech_Male> Only in <Speech_Male> the underappreciated podcast, <Speech_Male> you'll be able to see <Speech_Male> some stuff like this. I feel <Speech_Male> like <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Bill Walton <Speech_Male> and Rick Barry <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Silence> Yeah, <Speech_Male> look at that. That's beautiful. <Silence> <Silence> <Speech_Male> Bill Walton, <Speech_Male> baby. <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Speech_Male> And it also <Speech_Male> came to the office. You <Speech_Male> come here. <Speech_Male> You see? <Speech_Male> Jerry, west told me <Speech_Male> he's going to come and he wants <Speech_Male> to come to the office. <SpeakerChange> Oh, Jerry <Speech_Male> said he's coming to the office. <Speech_Male> Please let me <Speech_Male> know when Jerry's here. <Speech_Male> That's going <Speech_Male> to be amazing. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Hey, see? <Speech_Male> Easy, this <Speech_Male> is very

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"rick barry" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"rick barry" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Process or do we just have too much time on our hands to talk about it? Specifically, the NBA stuff or the media. Just in general, the media voting for stuff, because there's some bad examples, right? Like the famous one was Priscilla's all time favorite when the guy left Pedro off the MVP ballot, which I brought up. We're still a match. Just spring up that one. Yeah, two voters. Yeah. I mean, so draymond's talked about this before. This idea of why do the media guys get to vote and then that costs somebody $35 million, whatever it is. And I agree, the weird part here is not the media guys voting. That is tied to an NBA contract at all. Why should there have to do you have to check a box for a team to give somebody the supermax? Why is that necessary? If I want to give Maxie cleaver the supermax, why can't I do that? Why does he have to make NBA all NBA 13? I would tell you that if you could just give it to everybody, then even more guys would just have the supermax because caps and free agency and NBA so screwed up because you end up paying everybody because if you don't, then you lose the asset for nothing. So you couldn't have that. If we had nothing to do with that's fine, but if it were just stats then Hassan white said it would have been a super max twice. And if it were the players, they would fuck it up worse than we do. The teams can't do it. So what they try to do is create a vehicle in the CBA for the guy to get some extra money and it's always presented this way. Again, if they took it away and I don't care, I've never argued to keep it for this. But I'm just pointing out the entire scope of this. It's always presented as if it costs somebody 35 million. Now, how come nobody ever points out the times when it's going to make somebody 35 million? Because it's not always rookie extension versus the other guy, but that also makes the guys that do make this eligible for that supermax if they're going to go ahead and get it. So it's always presented as, oh, you guys are just costing everybody money. Well, no. The guy that likely was voted off one of these all NBA teams was replaced by somebody worthy of it, and then that person actually made the money. And I feel like that second part is never never part of the argument. Well, if you let the players vote, then you go back to like the early 90s Pro Bowl in the NFL, where there was still plenty of mistakes, you know, guys would have their prime and then they would make like four more pro bowls after they started to decline. I did a whole thing about this in my book. The players used to have a way bigger part of the MVP vote. And it led to some disasters. Disastrous. Rick Barry one year, 1975, when he had one of the better start to finish years of anyone. And he finished fourth in the MVP voting. Even though he was like 30 a game, he was on a really good warriors team then and putting the title. And he finished fourth because the players didn't like Rick Barry at.

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"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

06:34 min | 7 months ago

"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Not going to pay you, because you're not honoring your contract. You are our employee. We're telling you this is what your job responsibly is. You need to shoot free throws underhanded. I'm using my thing because nobody wants to do it. Or go out and shoot and learn how to become a better shooter and take private lessons and do this. And a player can say no, I'm not going to do that. No, I don't want to play for you guys anymore. Okay, fine, then we don't want to pay you. I mean, seriously, I just, you know, I let him go. He'll have some guts. I mean, he's not helping your team. He's hurting your team more than anything, destroying the chemistry of it. So let him go. Because if he can't do it for you, he's not going to do it for them. So let them have the problem. It's not difficult. Yeah. I think the flip side of it would be just obviously these guys, they are the stars of the game. They are the reason we go and watch them and people spend a lot of money to see them. They've earned a certain amount of that. Nobody's paying money to go and watch Ben Simmons not shoot and shoot 40, 32% from the free throw line, okay? And so I saw him play in college, played against my son canyon, and when he said college of Charleston, I said when I first saw him, I said, why God, if this guy learns how to shoot the ball and becomes a good shooter, he's going to be a huge factor. It would be a great player. Why in the world he wouldn't want to try anything within reason to try to become better at doing that to take his game to a new level to give his team a chance to win a championship to make himself a better player contributing to that championship and success. Why would you not do that? I just don't understand. That's the case because I love greatness and I hate to see greatness weights that this kid could be a great player, but he has such a flaw with his shot and not willing to even shoot easy shots and not willing to be a better free throw shooter. He becomes a liability to his team. I just don't understand the mentality behind it or who was guiding him who's giving him advice about stuff. This is just not good. It's not good personally. It's not good team wise. You know, I'm nothing against Benson. I think he should be a great player. I mean, I'd love to coach him, teach him how to go ahead and do those things. Can you imagine Ben Simmons being an 80% free throw shooter and being able to shoot the ball well? And he's playing point guard. He can take any point guard the guiding by almost any guy in the league and go down and just destroy him in the post. Yes. And pass out of it to other people for threes. It would be a joke. Yeah. But you can't do it. Because he's a liability. That's the last thing before they get you out of here. Part of the weekend too, of course, is celebration of the anniversary of the 75th anniversary team of which you are of course a member. Who'd we miss? Who'd we miss on that? Anybody we should have made? That's so subjective. I mean, other people talk. My wife and I talk about it. Well, should you even have guys who are still current on it? Young guys in the league. I mean, have they made their mark or are they just a flash in the pan and they're going to be done in that? They're not going to play well after this. The easiest way to do it for me is this student decades. Big guys in their decades and you take the best players from the various decades and say, okay, he was on this team, that team, but when you start getting into this, you got a lot of guys who are still playing now who are part of a 75th anniversary team. Not that they don't believe, but along there, but there are others that people think should be on there. So again, it becomes subjective. You know, what are the criteria? The criteria is what somebody personally thinks about who's voting. Yeah. So I mean, how much validity is there to that? I mean, certainly some guys were probably slighted. And some guys, you know, are on there that maybe you shouldn't have been on there. Was there anybody you wanted to see on there? I didn't pay any attention to them. That's not immediate worry about doing. I just played the game and let other people talk about it because a lot of them don't really I don't think a lot of people really understand what it takes to be a great player and what skills you need to have. I mean, they just look the scoring. There's so much more to the game than scoring points. I mean, I scored a lot of points. Take enough shots. You can score points. How did you play the game? How did you understand the game? I mean, yeah, I didn't even know what these scouts look at sometime. I mean, they just get so hung up on athleticism these days. I'll tell you, I'll give you 12 athletes, 15 athletes. Let me pick 15 guys that know how to play. Some of them are going to be athletes, but a lot of guys that know how to play aren't necessarily great athletes. But I'd rather have that guy than some time an athlete who doesn't know how to play. Yeah. Absolutely. Rick Barry, thank you so much for the time. Really appreciate it. Enjoy the weekend. Thanks. Okay, that's it for today's show. My thanks again to bob Pettit, elvin Hayes and Rick berry. Thanks to Julio mantega and the retired Players Association. Thanks as always to our producer, Shelby royston, and thank you all for listening. Remember, you can hear Chris mannix of me every Tuesday on the crossover with all the latest NBA chatter. And then on Fridays, it's me and a guest. Don't forget to rate review and subscribe to the crossover wherever you get your podcasts and hit me with all your feedback on Twitter at Howard Beck. Have you ever wanted to learn about cryptocurrency, but don't know where to start? Well, the coin bureau podcast is here to help. My name is guy. 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"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

08:11 min | 7 months ago

"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Now very pleased to be joined by another NBA legend, Rick berry, Rick. Welcome, thank you for taking some time. Sure. How is the. We're early in the weekend so far as we tape, but how's the weekend so far for you? What was great? I got to play pickleball this morning. Pickleball against who? I went out to a club that was something was set up, so I got a chance to play a little bit over there. And Mark termini, who used to be with clutch sports, is retired and all doing some stuff. He lives here, and he's likes pickleball, and so we talked about getting a chance to go play some pickleball, so I got to do that. Nice. And with my wife and had some fun, get some exercise and now they got me doing the interview circuit. How are your pickleball skills? I'm actually very good. I won a bunch of national and world senior championships playing in doubles and mixed doubles and I just love the fact that it's something else I can use and get out and compete. That's the thing when I retired, I miss competing and miss playing basketball. I knew I couldn't play basketball, but I wanted to be able to compete and so I found long driving in golf. I won a bunch of world long driving championships in my age division until they stopped that and got rid of the old farts and then I found pickleball and so I've been playing pickleball now and like anything I do. I always try to be as good as I can be and my goal was to win some national titles and I won not only that, but the world seniors as well. And so I'm very proud of that and thanks to my partners because I wouldn't have won without good partners. I find this is a common thread, especially among the greats of the game. I'm sure everybody who competes at the level of the NBA, there's a similarity here, but especially those of you who were at the peak of the peak, that the competitive drive thing never really goes away. It's really interesting to me that obviously this is something that you need to channel it somewhere. Well, I don't know. I can't speak for the other guys. I mean, I do know some of the other guys. I don't think the competitive drivers there because when I look at a few extra pounds and stuff, so I don't know how competitive they're going to be, but that's everybody's in a different individual, so I can only do what's right for me. I don't worry about what the other people do. I just think that if you're a world class athlete during the prime of your life, why in the world would you allow yourself not to stay in good condition and be active and do a lot of other fun stuff and stay competitive? Are you that way in everything? You're playing cards, everything. My wife says, honey, we're gonna go play a little social thing. I don't do social. Not when it comes to competition. I can be social to sit down, talk, have a good conversation like we're having here. But if you're going to go out and do something in the world of sports, that's a competitive sport. I'm going to go out to win. I'm not going to cross there to be nice. I'm going to win. I mean, what the hell? What do you play for? I mean, you should be playing for playing something you should be playing to win. Them in your best effort. So that's what I do. Same if you're playing monopoly, Scrabble cards. Leave home with confidence. We have competition with my sons and doing stuff. Every time you're playing a game, a board game, whatever, I would have win. I'm not going out there just to do it not the way and I'm not happy when I don't win. I can appreciate if somebody else beats me and give them credit for what they did, but I'm trying to beat them, so they should be trying to beat me. Fair enough. What strikes you on a weekend like this being back in an MBA venue? Is it about the people you get into reconnect with? Are you interested just to see the game itself? What about the game anymore? Okay. Let's just get that straight. It's a demonstration. It's a demonstration. It's not even a demonstration. It's more of entertainment. They're going out there to put on a show for the people. It's no longer a game. They need to take all the records and put asterix the next time because they mean nothing. Back when we did, it was a competitive game that everybody played as hard as they could play. But wish it was the same way now, but I understand they have a lot of money on the line and invested in these guys and they don't want to maybe take a chance if something happening to them. But I'm hoping that the rising stars game that we can get these kids on one of the honorary coaches that I don't know what the coaches are going to do, but it would be nice if those guys, at least we go out and play a competitively. I mean, hey, when you get to be an all star, then you go out and put on a show and do stuff. But to go out and do the same thing that the NBA does in this game, it would be a major disappointment tonight if they can't get these guys to go out and play seriously. It's a way to show what you can do to the people and hopefully get a chance where you can become an actual all star player of all star caliber player. So yeah, for me, it's seeing people. Just before I came in, I ran into Dominique and I loved Dominique seeing elvin Hayes and so many of the other guys that had great respect for playing against or watched play. That's probably the most important thing for me because it's not about the game. One of the most fun things in one of the most popular things now is what's hard when I was on the board of retired players associated for many, many years is the luncheon on Sunday. It's people just love that to go be around and be around the legends and that's become one of the most popular events I've all star weekend. It's a hot ticket. Yeah, and then of course the companies, the slam dunk, you know, so, so I mean, here and here, you know, how many different dunks can you do? Some guys have done some creative things. And that's nice. I'm not a big fan of the skills competition, it all comes down to the last shot. It determines everything they need to come up with a better format. The most enjoyable thing for me is three point shootout because that's something that's a skill and if you shoot it better, you're going to win. So that's the one that I enjoy more than anything else. It is the most consistent one. It is the one that you can count on no matter what year no matter who's in the event, that one's going to be fun and entertaining. Well, it's going to be the person that actually shoots the ball best. Yeah. Pretty simple, straightforward. Pretty straight. It's pretty the other one is not. You can miss all the other passes, take extra passes and stuff still go back into the guy doesn't make that last shot and you get a chance to knock it in. So anyway, whatever it may be, that's fine. They have tried to fix or improve the All-Star Game a couple of times. The E la mending and here's the thing. Just be honest and say what it is. It's a chance to go out and be entertained with these guys doing incredible things, having a great time throwing up these crazy shots, doing these amazing things to do. And then you hope if you're a fan of the game and you really want to see something competitive, hope that the game's close in the last 6 minutes and they'll get serious. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I don't know if there's anything else to fix it. The incentive structure is not there and I'm not sure how they fix it. I'll tell you the incentive was when I played hell it was like, I think $3000 to the winning team, that's a 5th of my salary. You can put your ass I was going to play hard. I mean, come on. I mean, now it's not. I mean, it's crazy. You go to be entertained. Yeah. Fair enough. Not to see a legitimate, hard fought, competitive game. That's not what it is. And it will never be that again, I don't think. I agree. I think that that's probably gone. We had to release it's not fun. Sure. I mean, I still remember the other a couple of all stars. When Steph Curry made a freaking bounce pass that he threw from almost half court that went up on the other side and I think it might have been Giannis or somebody who caught it and made a dunk on the play. I mean, my God. Maybe that's like incredible play. Seeing stuff like that and the crazy things these guys do, that's entertaining. We just had a really active trade deadline and highlighted, of course, by that nets sixers trade where you had two players who were both stars who were unhappy in their current situations, basically forcing trades. What do you think of this trend that's kind of emerged of guys basically saying, you know what, I'm done and I'm not waiting for free agency, get me out of here now. Well, it's like will Chamberlain who I got to know after I retired and really liked a lot. This last book, I think he did was the called the inmates are running the asylum. And that's what's happened to the NBA. Wait, way too much power given to the players. Their employees. They're an employee. I mean, how does a player say, I'm not going to do this? Fire them. Go find a job someplace else. I'm not sure that's possible, but of course it's possible. I mean, if you're not doing what you're told to do, if you're working for a team and you're told that you have to do something, just the same way. If Ben Simmons, for instance, if the team decided to look at, you need to go and learn and shoot underhanded free throws. We're paying you $33 million, and he's going to say, no, I don't want to do that. Well, then fine. Then we're.

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"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

03:49 min | 7 months ago

"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"I've heard yogic referred to as the best passing big of all time. Now, you know, obviously the Walton sabonis and some other great passing videos. What do you think? I don't think so. I think that it's very difficult to judge a player like yogurt. But, you know, Bill was he was a tremendous person. He would great at passing the basketball. It's one of those things that you can not, you can try to compare a basketball player, but you can. Because players, you can't put them out on the floor with each other. And say, okay, let me see you pass now. Okay, let me see you pass. You can't do that. It's always a situation where there will be doubt. It's like Oscar. It's like saying Oscar. Can really do all of this and all of that. But then again, you say, step curry can really do all of this and all of that. But he's still Steph Curry and Oscar is still awesome. Last thing before I let you go here, the NBA 75 list was such a wonderful rollout by the NBA back in the fall. Who did we miss? Anybody that you would have liked to see on there who did not make it. No, I think that they did a great job of bringing in players which I felt that the 50 greatest they had and then bring it in 25 more was really exciting and very good. And I really don't think they really missed anybody. There's always a few who you know. It's a solid list. Yeah, you could always say, wow, that guy should have been there. That guy shouldn't have been there. But I think that the way it is, I think it worked out really well..

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"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:01 min | 7 months ago

"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Every single time and got every rebound and I was proud of it. Very rare to get to talk to somebody who actually battled with wilt and Bill Russell. So tell me what that was like just going up against these giants of the game. Well, you know, number one, you better be aware of where Bill Russell was at all times because he without question was the shot blocker and he dominated on the defensive end and I don't think people today the players today are the fans that they realize how important that block shot blocking was and it rebound. Wilt, you know, you sit in your locker room and say, okay, you going over the other team. Okay, you got will. He's going to get 50. You know that. Now we got to stop arizon. We got to step Al Greer, Tommy gola, we got to do a better job on his teammates to hold them down because you're not going to you're not going to hold wilt down under 50. If you're good, he's going to get that. So, you know, it was incredible playing against him. I mean, I defy you to find me two better sinners. In the history of the NBA, are they all the great big men? Sure, Kareem and Shaquille and some of those great players, but Russell Bill Russell and will tour in a class by themselves. They win credible. How did you prepare for a game like that? Well, you thought about it, is what you did. You sat down before the game. I asked what I did. I promoted myself. My coach, some of the coaches were able to motivate you in some when you I wouldn't want to listen to because they didn't motivate very well. They deflate you. So I got myself prepared. I sat down and who am I playing tonight? I played against him 50 times. Stop him all defense. What do I keep him going? Don't let him get to the baseline, play in his face. What have you and, you know, on the other end, you know, offense, I think no, I've got to be awful careful driving for the basket because if will to say, I'll Bill Russell Bill Russell is going to be there. It will as they are. Then you better do something different. You better be prepared for. And you might go, I've said this, you might go to the other side of the basket, use the basket, is protection for you ball. You might go up and kind of jump into them a little bit, and that way, if you bump them or something, make contact with them, they want, you couldn't jump as high, couldn't be as so you tried all kind of things. You hope you found something to stop them, but didn't really hard to do. Suck those guys. Last one, there's been kind of a big man renaissance those last few years with Nikola Jokić who, of course, when MVP last season, Joel embiid and jokic are now maybe one, two in the MVP race. Now, what do you think of the dominant centers of today and what they've been able to do? Well, as you said, it seems to have gone into being more of a guard over orientated offense. Outside the three point shot and the guards driving the basket and taking it and the centers, you know, they still have to rebound. They desperately need them for rebounding, but you have to have to try to keep them involved in the thing. And I don't think you have many centers today that are average in 25 points a game. I maybe I'm wrong. A couple of them. But yeah, the big man. Yeah, embiid and yogurt are the only ones probably even in that vicinity. And you also had the very important rebounding, but I don't want to say it's a guard dominated lead today, but the guards, the scoring is much more from the outside than it is in the inside today. To me. Yeah. But you enjoy it yourself as well, so. Yeah. I did. All right. Bob, I appreciate the time. Thank you so much. Get you out of here. You got a few more of these to go, so I'm happy to be here. Thank you. Appreciate it. Thank you. Hey, it's Dua Lipa. I'm here to tell you about my brand new podcast Dua Lipa at your service. I'll be sitting down with the world's most inspiring minds to uncover what makes them tick. What they've learned from their successes, failures, and the obstacles life has thrown at.

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"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

08:04 min | 7 months ago

"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Not one, not two. I sound like LeBron James, not three, actually three, three, though. Three Hall of Famers all of them part of the NBA's 75th anniversary team. They are bob Pettit, an 11 time all star and two time MVP and NBA champion in 1958 with the St. Louis hawks, followed by elvin Hayes, a 12 time all star and NBA champion in 1978 with the Washington bullets and lastly Rick berry 12 time all star and NBA champion in 1975 with the Golden State Warriors, Rick, in particular, as always had a lot to say, but a lot of fun stuff to with mister Hayes and mister Pettit. Had the honor and the pleasure of sitting down with all three of these gentlemen during all star weekend in Cleveland, many thanks to the national basketball retired Players Association, also known as the legends for setting us up, shout out to PRA Julio mantega, does a great job over there. Next week's Friday crossover, by the way, will also feature a legend and member of that 75th anniversary team, but that's a more extended conversation. I'm just gonna leave that as a teaser, won't tell you who yet, but you do not want to miss that one either. Please remember to subscribe, rate, and review the crossover wherever you get your podcasts and hit me with all your feedback on Twitter at Howard Beck. Okay, my chats with three of the greatest players in NBA history are coming up next. So stick around. This is the crossover and NBA show hosted by Sports Illustrated's Chris mannix and Howard back. It's a whole new level for you and me, Chris. This relationship. Like and subscribe for the best weekly NBA content these two are capable of. What does that mean? It could be the best duo ever. I don't see how you can beat that. Here they are. Chris mannix and Howard back. Now very pleased to be joined by an 11 time all star two time MVP member of the 75th anniversary team. Bob Pettit, bob, thank you for joining me. Pleasure to be here. Beautiful day in Cleveland. Beautiful day in Cleveland. I don't understand outside. We are inside we are safe from the ice and snow. When you come back to an event like this, when you get a chance to be immersed in today's NBA again, what strikes you? What about today's NBA strikes you the most? Well, number one, I think, you know, the difference that so many differences what strikes me is that number one is watching these players are so great today. I mean, we had great players and I think the players that we had back in the 50s and 60s, you know, they could play some guys like Oscar and Elgin Baylor and Jerry West and Bill Russell wilt. Those guys could play anytime anywhere and but they were only 8 teams in the league when I played today there. 30 something NBA teams and the talent is so incredible. The three point shot I think is added a lot to the game. The fans seem to love it and they get all excited about it. It's different and the main thing too, one of the main things is the media coverage. You know, when you look here, we played back in our first All-Star Game was 1955. I think in New York, bizarre recall, and you might have one interview and one sports writer there that wanted to talk to you, but basically it's so different today. And it's so important today to psyche if that's the right word of the American people. They love professional basketball. They love the NBA. They love these great players and they become they become like folk heroes to these young men and old men. Some of the ladies really enjoy them. So there's a whole different atmosphere today and now I enjoy coming back and occasionally a like this weekend. I'll have a chance to visit with some of the guys that I played with and against. And they're not many that are still living there. Most of them, I was one of the ambassadors selected for a particular era of time and I think the main thing was I'm still alive. There's a lot of them. The players that could play it in that era of unfortunately didn't make it, but you know, it's a great time to come a great time to see all these great players and to attend the different functions and I'm being cited and I'm excited to bring my wife has come to my son and grandson and we have a great time and I look forward to it and all excited about it. It was such a big man dominant league back in your day. And for most of the history of the game, it was really about the guys in the paint and the guys who could score from close range. And it is such a, it's a more diverse game because there's still bigs who are dominant, but there are, as you point out, the three point shot is so prominent. That change that is shifted that it has shifted toward the outside, did you ever worry that the big man was going to become less relevant in the game because of the three point prominent and more about anything. In those days, I was happy to be here. I was a kid, barely 21 years old when I joined the league. I was drafted by the Milwaukee hawks, never heard of them when I came out of college. I was not for me with all the teams in the NBA. So if it was a different world and I loved it, and I was enjoyed it. So I can't say enough great things about the NBA today. You were one of the all time great rebounders. I jotted down a couple things here. You averaged 16 rebounds a game for your career over 11 seasons. Your career per game averaged 16.2 per game is still the third all time. Including 20 rebounds per game in the 60s, 61 season. Those numbers sound mind boggling to me now. Is rebounding just not as much of an art. Today is just the game is just played differently. What made you such a dominant rebounder? Well, I think rebounding is nothing but hard work. And you know, you're watching a game today and many of the big players don't go to the basket to follow the shots. You know, in my case, it was 5 or 6 points a game hanging on the offensive board, so I went after him and I can honestly say that I went rebounding was the most important thing in my game, I thought. Did I score yes? You said 26 points a game for 11 years. 26 plus. But the thing I looked at and it was most conscious of was my rebounding. And I lived in the arrow with the two greatest rebounders in history and Wilton big Bill Russell. And they averaged 22 rebounds a game in here, my little 16.2 or three or four rebounds is pales in comparison, but I was proud of it, and as you say, I think I'm probably the third leading rebounder in history has always rebounds for gaming. So I don't think that it rebounding is simply warning it more than anything in the world. You get in there and you go every single time. You don't go once out of twice. Once out of three times to the board, I went every single time to get the offensive rebound and get the defensive rebound. So it's just hard work and you have to really, I think it's a state of mind. You really have to, you know, I'd look up and I played with players and I'd get the ball off the backbone and turn around in my other rebound. It was not at the other end waiting for me to throw it to him so he could get a layout. And I never did that. I went.

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"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"rick barry" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

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AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

NBA marks it 75th year

"The NBA's first M. V. P. Milwaukee St Louis hawks star Bob Pettit played eleven seasons at age eighty nine he's still a big NBA fan thanks to league has a bright future plans are going to be better it will be more of their own children are they gonna rule three point is good as a holiday this but former ABA and NBA star Rick Barry who admits being a basketball purists wishes refs would enforce the rules strictly send a credible game the athletes are incredible what they could do for his incredible but they're getting away with murder and as I blame the officials very also says he'd be a better player with today's coaching and training I Norman hall

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"rick barry" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"rick barry" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"So so that was a that was a great honor. And and so yeah, the bully was willing my guide Bill Libby girl. Let me who wrote wrote the book one of the books for me. I think was a confessions with basketball Gypsy. I think I said, oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah bill was good guy, you know. Rick your thought on the state of the NBA today you like or dislike. Well, I don't like I don't like about the fact that every team they seem to be coming around a little bit or every team for a while. There was playing so much one-on-one garbage and isolation stuff. I mean there weren't playing the game the right way and that's kind of what the Warriors did during their run the way they were playing the game. I mean, he was a player. It's so much more fun to play when you're passing cutting moving just playing smart fundamental basketball cuz my dad taught me it's just looking in basketball the more decisions you force the defense to make the more of the likelihood they're going to make a mistake and then if you have the well-schooled players, you take advantage of mistakes and you capitalize on them and then it's more fun to play the game that way it's more fun to watch the game being played that way if you understand the game, And that's the one thing that I probably just like most about it. But more teams are coming around to start to do that where they're making the three four or five passes and making cuts and making the decisions should go back to telling people. They said Remember The Warriors when they went against Cleveland one of the series when they almost swept them, you know, I think it was the third time they wanted. It was three nothing they go back to Cleveland give Cleveland credit. I mean, they really came out and gave everything. They had any wind up winning that game. Well now you still could have figured it's over just nobody ever come back and they'll be just go back from 3-1 deficit in the finals. And.

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"rick barry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"rick barry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Of Famer Rick Barry's going to join us coming up 20 minutes from now We got a lot to talk about in the MBA. Will course through a ton of football on this football Friday Saints it looks like they're going with Taysom Hill. Do you think that's the right decision personally? Would have gone with Jamie's Winston. That's the poll question today. Who should start a Q B for the Saints on Sunday. Right now, 58.8% say, Jamis Winston compared to the 41.2%. That's a taste some Hill MBA free agency is sort of underway. It's illegal tampering period, knowing consign officially until Sunday at 11 01. AM Eastern and not a lot cooking right now. I saw that Gorgon Dragon. She's going back to the Miami Heat. Big news. Mason Plumlee three year deal. Detroit Pistons. How about that wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. I still think, though the biggest news so far The MBA off season and I may be a little bit biased. Here. Trace. I think it's my connection with Milwaukee and our great affiliate, 12 50 the fan because last night I torched absolutely torch. I took an extinguisher and just basically put the fire out on Adam Silver as he tried to basically try to install this tampering investigation on on the on the Milwaukee Bucks. And it's absurd. Everyone tempers in the NBA now Bogdanovich isn't going to go there. That's ridiculous. Or maybe not a fire extinguisher. I think I took through some gasoline blowtorch about a blowtorch really good, But I'm telling you I've got in tweets last 24 hours. Every time I go to refresh my Twitter tweet after tweet after tweet from box van Every bucks, man. Just saying Thank you, Zack. You're the best. You're a legend. You go to Milwaukee spotted Cal on May. Whatever you want. You come to Milwaukee Drinks on me. Market Basketball wants me to do the half halftime show. They want to just do the half Court shot. The Milwaukee Brewers are reaching out to me. They want me to throw out the ceremonial first pitch the Bucks when you honest onto the Campo picks up that Supermax, they want me to be at half court and they're going to present me a check because I am trying to facilitate. The Milwaukee Bucks. Keep Yonas onto the camp. Oh, I'm telling you, you've got to get it on the movement Hashtag Keep the Greek freak. We got to get that trending. We need to see Janette's onto the Campo Stay in Milwaukee. Keep the Greek freak and also signed the Supermax. You should tweet Johannes signed the Supermax. It's ridiculous how the MBA Lakers. Do what you want, huh? Clippers do what you want, and that's what you want. Tyree. Katie, do what you want. Why let her do what you want. Paul. George, do what you want. LeBron James, do what you want. Anthony Davis, do what you want. The minute Yonas tries to get Bogdanovich I talk about superstar tampering can't happen. So I think I'm now Milwaukee's favorite son. I never thought I had this great relationship with Milwaukee but trace I think we may have to go down to Milwaukee and do a show there when the pandemic ins whenever that will be, I don't know. I'll be awesome. I heard great things about Milwaukee. Be pretty cool. We're having big time success in Milwaukee. I've been on the morning show the mid day shelter That was on the afternoon show. I had to smack around a good friend of mine. Today. You are Milwaukee. Hot. So it sounds like I think so right now, maybe had to start rooting for all Milwaukee teams. I was just going to say when you're going to get a cheese head on your head Drop the Pats. Take up the Packers. Every guy. Let's get it going. See, this is what I do. Help degree Alison Green Bay. There's another attack. I'm a consultant. Go there for a month to help things out. Make sure Yana signs the Supermax and then I both that a town because my job's done there, But I had to smack around a good friend of mine today, and Leroy Butler. You should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He's a Laker fan doing local drive in Milwaukee. And he wants you on this out to the coop. Oh, to go to who He wants him to go to the Lakers next year. Who says that on local radio? Yeah, I'd tell them today. Oh, boy, I'm telling you, I'm General Gallagher. I am leading this movement right now. Keep the Greek freak in Milwaukee. When Yana stays in Milwaukee. People are going to continue to tweet me, Zach. You did it! No, No, It's not. You did it. It's we did it. Milwaukee. That's what we're trying to do here and look at this have a little love from the local affiliate. 12 58 and the fan just tweeted me. They're listening. See? They're smart. Has to keep the Greek freak sign the Supermax. Trying to get this thing to drag Gelb to Green Bay. Let's get it going to third base. We're hash tag in there. There. There. Station's located in Milwaukee, but I get your point. Just March I get on the Packers train. That's fine. Imagine me, I would go to the game that way. I'd love to go to a game at Lambeau Field. I'll basically be in the Pope Mobile when I go out to Wisconsin, and they're gonna just travel me around the wave. Kiss some babies. When it's safe to do so. We'll do a local show out there. You know what you know we'll do a show of remote but keep it. National will go to Marquette basketball game. We'll hit up the Bucks game, We'll go to a Packers game. Maybe we'll come back to the Brewers game later on. I think we got to do that. We'll get we'll get trashed on spot. I was just going to say to hopefully the box and put on the big screen. Karen Rogers and David Bachtiar. Then there's Jack. Just chugging beers. There we go, please. And I'm like Rogers. I could actually chug a beer, not get example like him. Bachtiar e. 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"rick barry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"rick barry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Back here you could grab, go and repeat. Extra mile convenience stores treat you right at select Chevron and Texaco locations. Well, you would be a voice coach. Well, then, that's fine. I would be a was coach Ralph and I wouldn't want you was I wouldn't want you is one of my players. Well, that's why I wouldn't want you as my coach, and that way we'll That's good. We don't have to worry about because you don't have any ability to be a player, so I'll never have to worry about you. But I didn't want to say this. But you've been trying to be a coach for about 20 years, and it hasn't worked out for you either. They don't know if I did get to be a coach. I wouldn't have to have you as one of my players. The Rick Barry show KNBR 6 18 I will leave you with this because I'm not gonna leave on that note. And Tom, I appreciate your input on this face off. Now back to Tolbert, Kruger and Brooks Teepee on KNBR, 1045 and 6 80 sports later never gets old. Could Rick actually pig holding a step in the middle of lab about a chance in hell stepped in the middle of that, radnet? What the other legends that can be our joins the roots of Gary. I'm laughing myself. Hello, Tau. Larry and ride as well. No job to Larry heard this before my mother's getting had back surgery upon part NASA right hospital here in the city, and they were leaving the room and all of a sudden, my dad, you know, he's eight years old at the time. He's walking really fast. What's the matter? No, no. Come on, get you keep up with your father. Then we get in the car. And you know that and I listen to the rest of the tests, but I do like to hear Ralph and Rick Berry. Go ahead. He was it through and because he used to love what he's gonna yell, Ralph, You were a cheerleader and should help Rick would go. You're nothing but a cheerleader. Well, that that crappy personality of yours you couldn't. You'll never be a coach, you know? Oh, my God. Yeah. I just heard that I just thought of my parents is pretty good. That's one of the things Gary that I remember most about him was if he dug into something he was going to hold onto it and especially hated the do you know who I am? Card or I'm an athlete card that he just couldn't. He couldn't and he couldn't let it go. And you don't know how many times Gary I just turned my mic off. I'm like, I gotta get paid to talk. Take this segment often. Just let you do your thing. Yeah, he would. By the two things first off self serving thing I wouldn't have been on without Ralph. I was, you know, TV for them, you know, 5678 years just on television, and when Ralph would need a guest, he would call me up. And I happen to be when he went, you know, he used to do Tommy. Remember he'd do the sports update that Thea for you right now and throw in his opinion too much, But that's all right. But you know, it's funny. And so the first night he was gone, he took over for gave New house. And, you know day was, you know, kind of quiet but very popular. You know, At that time there was You know, there was no Internet, You know, social media stuff. Cable TV hadn't you know become what it's become, so people really made a big deal over what we were doing. And anyway, they jammed the line that night so nobody could call into Ralph. Ralph Ed man, Joe Morgan on and he was so I don't know. We never know. If Dave Newhouse I doubt he did that himself, But he had a lot of friends, but but anyway, Tony Salvador heard May any day you want to come on and do some here.

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"rick barry" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"rick barry" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Were total bust. One guy turned out to be a heroin addict. Going in the wasn't looking good at all. The only thing good was scour for not being in Cleveland or Milwaukee somewhere. But Going into that situation they had Rick Barry. There was two questions that the accident back. To question going to the NBA how you? I mean I wasn't much bigger than. How are you gonna be able to survive. I'm sure you heard how you? Survive in the NBA. Much less thrive and be successful. The second question was. Are you a wooden protege? Go along with Guy Rick, Barry. A basketball for y'all. Now I knew rick as as a big time score by knew nothing else about it. I didn't know the perceptions of them in the public, and with the officials at you know, he could be a you know his. His public persona was a cry baby. And that he would he would discipline teammates publicly and so forth itself, so I was real apprehensive other than staying the Beer Kaz growing up in Ventura. Family in the bay area on both sides, my mom and dad, so we would go up there almost every holiday so either I grew up in Ventura was spending my holidays up in the you know West ultimate together of Oak. So you know people have this procession. I'm from Ventura Santa. Barbara you know Lily White, you know so forth. Santa Barbara is very nice but you know. My heart was in West Oakland. So. So that was the only good thing about it and. Then, add to that. You Know Rick Perry, Klay what I felt was my natural position small floor. So how am I gonNA time. You know it was not looking very good at all. Going into the season, we had a great coats out a hall of Famer great coach. It was a very in our owner. Mr Mueller Franklin Munich at the time was a successful. Successful Guy, but he was Kinda Hippie. He'd go out on his yacht in south Seattle motorcycle. He was like he wasn't like. These guys are at these owners are today really into it and savvy you. He was just kind of, but he kept the team alive, and he kept the team in the bay area, but so very going into the season. It was not. Very promising at all. Did you. Guys play at the Cow Palace. Well No we played in the collar, saying okay. First Year Rookie, we won the championship. No one expected us to make the playoffs, so they had rented it out to the ICECAPADES, so saw two games. We beat the bullets and the bear. They were in the cowboys. So I did play there, but we didn't play there regularly. The, on that team you had was a Clifford Ray on T.. Big Cliff Huddersfield Smith on that team or the great salesman. That was solid team..

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"rick barry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"rick barry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"For the man who drafted Michael Jordan the man who built the nets rapport joins us at to another hall of Famer Rick Barry will join us on the show plus the bidding bracket a painting ten years about this match up the Tom Seaver trade versus the New York Jets draft history one of the two match ups in the bidding bracket pain it'll take place on the show it's putting on Roberts on the fan sports radio one one nine FM in sports radio sixty six WFAN and WFAN FM New York folks is three twenty five here on this Tuesday morning it's J. J. I. dag challenges Jansky right here on the phone at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six cents for example will probably get into this with you a little bit later on but from a jet standpoint I have almost impossible time trying to find a coach who identifies with the franchise more than rex Ryan I can find one myself I can't do it listen you know getting an argument for me as far as I'm concerned rex Ryan could still be coaching this team because of who they hired after even after they got rid of them I mean rex Ryan is the the highlight jet years of my life is you know there was some good years under her arm and the one playoff year on demand Jeannie and I was there for the end of Parcells but again I was young so I don't remember as vividly as they do the rex years those first two rex years wars funded the guys as a jets fan because one the team was good and they were winning but especially in a two thousand ten year when they became kind of the villains that everybody just was annoyed by that was so much fun because that that's just kind of the rule you want out normally most teams get there after they won a championship or to which the jets are obviously never got to indirect but that when they're you know the prime time Darling you know the NFL's Teo they love highlighting focusing on this team and everybody else just hates them because of wrecks in his mouth I mean that was it as fun as I've ever had as a jet fan please I'm never as Judas about ranks because I know your rights guy and listen I think he is a polarizing figure as a head coach I will never take away from the success the first two years two thousand thirteen I think he did a great job but I also think it was his own worst enemy in far too many instances bought his future do you think you'll ever get back into coaching at some point I don't know I mean I've heard from somebody that has been with rex a couple times over the last few years that he enjoys TV and listen to it's a great lifestyle but you know what after doing that for a year ten years Jon Gruden wanted to get back into the the thing with rex is if you were to jump back in I don't know what NFL team is offering that him the head coaching job right away so would you leave TV to become a defensive coordinator No Way leave mark my words he will not leave to go back and be a defensive coordinator no shot no I think what's interesting is what you need to become a college head coach for which some owner again who just desperate because again rex's had his ups and downs as the head coach is far from perfect he's not one of the top five coaches in the league or anything like that but he's a fine and a fellow coach when you look at some of the other I mean they just replaced with Todd Bowles who's one of the worst coaches it head coaches in the history of football in the history of any sport you can do a lot worse than racks and I wonder if at any point if there's that kind of owner who likes a rex Ryan personality and we know they're out there that says you know what my team is desperate my organization is desperate let me take a shot I think if he's coaching in it's in college and I think you play while in college what it's worth I DO college kids you love them I think he can win over living room if he goes in and she poses with parents or what not sleeves if rex Ryan coaches again the up close on record I think it's a college at college I think you could be right on that the thing is again like anything with rest whether it's the NFL or college he'd he'd be able to recruit guys no matter where he is because he's I mean he's really a defensive guy he never seem to learn all that much about offense wherever he ends up he's going to have to have a great offense of mind with them yeah I can eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six let's head to Secaucus Vic is up next the joins us on a family's Abbottabad J. J. watt gonna my men out there within a quick check of my brother how you doing good so I don't agree with you first before I go with this coaching topic but you know Victor Cruz came out like a week ago and he admitted I was the worst mistake that yet mate you even though he had he had accomplished a lot more than that combined with the winning the Superbowl and could upgrade consistent stats he's like that was the biggest mistake that he made a you know Beckham even to this day probably would never even admit that he should not have gone on that trip so that's why I don't even disagree with what Jordan did because Jordan had a he had accomplished so much so he wants to go for a day and you know we know the responsibilities and everything like that so I had no problem with that is a big difference to Vic here's another difference Jordan goes down a Lennix city and it's found out right like The New York Times does their investigative reporting people dig it and try to figure out what Michael Jordan is doing down Atlantic city on the other hand when the giants on a boat Dale I sent in a picture off everybody see it's like look at me look at me I'm on a boat I'm on a boat I mean that is the difference in a nutshell and again you gotta back it up end of story Vic all we we engaging and entertaining a conversation about the giants boat trip if they go and beat the Green Bay Packers and info they'll Beckham junior has a hundred yards and a touchdown mole but when you play like crap and you don't perform and that picture is out there then yeah you're gonna have to hear about it sorry that's the way the world works yeah absolutely and you know it's going to be interesting to see because I thought yesterday both of the parts of great now it's gonna be interesting to see in the next probably whether this coming Sunday a week after how the father played a role in with the with the whole murder case with the the gambling debts that Jordan had to have a something you know some like factor you know with the death of his father so it could be interesting to see how's everything hi all I was so intriguing now you know I like to find me a good conspiracy theory every now and again and I definitely think the gambling times with Michael Jordan maybe in some capacity played a role but I had Sam Smith on who knows the bulls inside and out Jordan roles was around yeah day after day I mean nobody knows the bulls and nobody knows that situation better than Sam and basically when I asked him about it yesterday he made it seem like it was a combination of a bunch of things it was the passing of his father it was the idea of being burnt out it was the idea of maintaining this image through well being Michael Jordan right like I want to be like Mike Gatorade Hanes products every Nike every commercial known the man I want to be like Mike and you know it may come to a point where you're like you know what I don't want this I want to go and play blackjack and be left alone going to play minor league baseball and going to be as much a resume I'll go play in some you know small towns nobody can find me and you know for a year and a half that was all reality with Jordan play baseball's one and you actually saw that and you feel like when the show the part where you sitting in his hotel room to smoke a cigar just like I can go out I can't do anything at all with the alarm you know I mean so far it's been great it's I mean like I said with everything that's going on in the world I mean this is definitely well beyond the release that listing that was a genius move by E. S. P. N. you know sports fans are craving content and that documentary would got a lot of attention no matter when you put it out but now when everybody sitting at home and everybody's just looking also to watch it's getting covered like we're talking about the NBA finals for goodness sake absolutely so again to tonight's topic I mean first awakened you can't start anywhere without Gregg Popovich I mean the guy's been around forever they don't what are all the hype and probably gonna go down as one of the greatest coaches of all time you know especially being so consistent with the spurs so he was like the first person that came into my mind you know especially with chill out she was we think of the dolphin you think of shoe you know some problem in jobs in the spurs I know **** was mentioned already and you know a couple of other interesting things are still with the Mets I mean that was top even though Johnson won with the match he won the championship but Bobby vee I mean yes it's like a toss up Bobby had great years and he brought the best out of certain players like how Bayani and I'm like look what he had to work with but he brought the best out of them you know so that would act like a toss up even though Johnson and Johnson a greater key you know you know he had a great pitching staff he added you know strawberry including the prime you know and so that's like a possible I was going in between hi I I can't I think you go either way for that I in this vehicle listen I totally get the Bobby Valentine candidacy Ellison if you're gonna talk to an old school F. and the first name they may stays Gil Hodges so I totally get that but if you look at in the last thirty five to forty years Johnson more success from a wins loss standpoint but being able to do more with the last I think it's a great attribute to Bobby.

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"rick barry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"rick barry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Of Famers tomorrow yep to Rick Barry will join us the great Rick Barry and rod thorn will join us both on the show tomorrow and be a Tomar yes indeed to NBA royalty in various ways yeah rod thorn we mentioned earlier than part of so much to the course of NBA history I want great players of all time Rick Barry so underrated great player to Rick Barry you know probably doesn't get as much credit as B. as as great a player his he was you know it kind of gets lost in the shuffle a little bit but he yeah he was one of the all time greats for sure no question no question bit baseball news that you will not be excited about that you will not care about that will not affect your life in any way bought like two years black I think there are some that will actually be into this I'm not sure Loki will I could see Loki being into it and that is the fact that ESPN has cut a deal with a K. B. O. the Korean baseball league to air its games live now is that'll be good as the robots in his stance I'm not sure I don't think so unless they've added robots in the stands if there were robots you'd be more interested in watching is what you're saying well I watch for a second just I mean I'd be more interested in seeing what the robots of the one that I would be a game to be honest Luki as acres Lou he's one of the guys in the fantasy league he loves it he's in a way is there any part of you that will turn on ESPN at two AM and watch a little Korean baseball now I gotta be honest there's not all two AM the other two I will not be watching you will be all over it I I learnt there were no I guarantee what is thought this I think Tom I think tonight I think tonight's the first game you're all over you gonna call me up at the market for you open a new one we got robbed one early then Barry but at some point you could be breaking down at between you know whoever's against the weapon I literally just screen the call where the guys were and we'll get to hear you so I do think Evan will watch this I go any question with do you think Evan will watch is always answered with yes you think so yeah well absolutely you may not want to toy yeah you might tape it and watch it tomorrow before I answer his question and we'll get to him I did it I have to admit I tweeted a picture of this over the weekend I did turn on I think it was Fox Sports one and I see Jeff McNeil playing MLB the show yeah yeah and he's getting at almost I turn them up Blake Snell who won the championship congratulations to Blake he is just destroying it and you know who's given up home runs I turn I see every day I was given a poem what a shock I would start with the has given a big home runs boy that's a surprise I know I watched out for a good five minutes I hung in there for five minutes what would you say I watch things I do is just a matter of how long do I stick with yeah he asked me how long it watch it but you definitely watch it yeah you're you're rude to the career you're all over that man that's going to be your new team the I don't know who knows the names of the the I don't know the sole survivors whatever their name is I need to see the roster of teams so we know that because I can't name any teams either KBO teams Alfa let me let let's go tomorrow in Brooklyn mall are you going to watch these games I'm only going to watch it the presentation and the different centers in the league as if I watched some of the some football league for the same reason I'll just take a little different takes hold looking I did see if you guys recall they made a major pay they actually had a camera on the home fires mask sold so so somebody hit one you got a perspective that you'll never see any of the time in baseball that's cool I'm there's different envelopes no more I mean all men I'm well now that's all just goes to show children across mask your goal what question for you are you an alternate boxing guys I am okay who right I just want to get the light again which I mean Bobby Chacon a bazooka mon the fourth fight you know I like that I I can't say I know when I think in nineteen eighty two I think it's Gerry Cooney Larry Holmes to be honest you have a moment in the village who is this who you guys it was a surprising and explicit goal mole and barbecue cold it's therefore fight you know what he's got what what what classes I think there are several ways several Ellery December eleven times these guys four point this was a fifteen round fight right it is which they probably probably one of the top five or ten fights of all time real time okay that's not so good despite it please watch it who's your moaning who's the other guy again Bobby charcoal Bobby Chacon okay I'm gonna write these guys down who's Bristol global man barbecue Cole I put it right back in the day he grabbing his office like those in a lot of trouble I was twenty two years old and he said no you like box and I think this is gonna be a great fight and I thank him every time I see it that's how good it was who would you tell me what I have to I have to check that out I am all I am doing the research to find out who is in the KBO and I've already picked a favorite team all right so I am definitely going to be rooting for the latte giants gotta do it first of all John Livesay giants is that they make a like a lot of cold feet on each well you know what I'm realizing the team's first name is a sponsor like there's the Sam song lines always that what it is yet all I see so the latte giants play in a town called Busan if I'm pronouncing that correctly but what I also like about the latte giants as they join the league back in nineteen eighty two which is I think the original by original team so I like that you know that one of these new age teams like this S. K. virens who joined the league in two thousand or the NC Dinos who joined the team in twenty thirteen right right could you refer them I could you know if I put it this way I'm not going to score these games I'll make that official and one game I'm not I said I'm not I'm not gonna scored I'm not even get a DVR but if I'm up at two o'clock in the morning because sometimes it happens can I even I would definitely tune in and check it out because I do miss baseball greatly I understand now is this going to scratch my itch you know what's going to scratch my itch he seen the Mets and the young ones and seeing the cardinals all these DIY Kate doesn't matter baseball real baseball right Major League Baseball Major League Baseball so if I'm up and there's nothing on it and a curiosity I would put up a good job I yes I say again Sam song there you go some of these that the kia he's got a team thank you gotta think kia Tigers key targets they do sun bears while many teams are this week so here here's some of my issues other A. ten teams a lot five of the ten make the playoffs wow five of the ten what is the NBA you pretty much and this is the Keller universal the H. well that surprise you I know because every league in the world has excelled in right course but they do have a lot of regular team names like the giants the LG twins the KT Wiz is actually a team right the key warm heroes they play in Seoul right back souls got a couple of teams so it's got a three teams what three teams in in Soledad elf that's run it must be some major rivalries there yeah the bears in the heroes must not like each other or the twins you would think so J. F. yes not to kill the segment here but where I'm from latte is within a so this would be low take over to lo que when you go down to like Starbucks yeah that would be the Starbucks team like like movie when it used to be open back in the old days downstairs S. R. books I want to work there is a Starbucks looks like that it's open up in here and hadn't had a big meeting today that all the staff back so yeah what with the the one down below no not at all one right over here because no one lives down here so I don't think that'll open up until businesses open up this one's a couple blocks up open is not even open right open is I don't think it's open wow by the way the league has a cap on the number of foreign players each team is allowed on the roster really about that your music couple ex major leaguers there you know but all I think there are I think I saw like a week is it you know what the nice you where is it Matt Harvey wanted in the case of the lot tastes it would be great that would be so I think I saw the list the other day there actually are a few former well they're not ones that would jump out at you I'm yeah I don't think Mike trout's plane over not quite but there is it is it is a few guys but a good job it's on TV it gives us an option there you go Jerry's in flushing a Jerry Jerry how are you Jerry Jerry going once Jerry is gone let's go to Frank in Greenwich J. Frank Frank how are you guys are you doing I'm doing well yeah congratulations on a dirty I had one once yeah at issue but not a lot I mean I I get maybe I get I think I had last year so that eight last year while I I play a lot of golf I ate not a lot congratulations on a bracket is a lot of fun the young team brought back right the internet slang and it incredible job the only thing I can say about your that that's equal to the edges diligent because all I was a seven nothing game I think for three quarters not it was it was scoreless at halftime it was nothing nothing at halftime that came okay yeah let me remind me also on the client side game your number that with Cleveland I guess that they lost and I want to say nineteen seventy eight and they lost in overtime to the Browns in naked it was like thirty seven thirty four or something like that yeah typical Jack's where we gather we will work with I don't know maybe I missed one I don't remember exactly what.

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"rick barry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:56 min | 3 years ago

"rick barry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"McElroy. Rory has been dating PGA player of the year. and finally a Canadian firm claims that they have created and order list cannabis products. for all the latest headlines that information to the SportsCenter on ESPN radio all throughout the day all right if you're just joining us and your guides and my Greenberg never learned it is the particular affliction of the jets fan to be just soak them this under an error against and combined with a special lack of Serret self awareness that makes you fireman ed quitting and then crawling back because that's what always happens when I seen you guys always crawl back so it's not just that Sam Donald's now out with mine. before game they need against Cleveland after by the way they had the third worst feeling last Sunday in the sport I don't know who was worse between the dolphins and the Browns but the jets were third they had a sixteen nothing lead and they lost to a team that hasn't been able to play offense for two six and now same Donald is out lady on bell is headed toward an MRI and Mike Ryan has the schedule up so that you can really feel it. it's brutal. after Monday night against Cleveland at New England loss at Philadelphia laws hosting the cowboy laws hosting the patriots laws she said. Jesus gonna buy week though you'll lose that. during the bye week you're gonna have to recover from all of the players other players you got mono to spend the next forty eight hours talking myself into Trevor Simeon being a quarterback they could take me to apply also you know exactly what you cling on to if you're a giants fan going on Monday night any given Monday. Greg Williams. Greg Williams revenge game because I'm telling you he is coming for Baker with all of his might it's coming forth with Trevor Simeon. all for this to be a true victory for the Browns for brown's nation Baker Mayfield need to survive this game because he's coming to cut the head off the snake their gods is filled with an assortment of really bad ideas as you know and one of them made an appearance on this polity that is dropping as it dropped yet today or is it coming out a little bit later today it's I believe it's out I've been tweeted out yet but I know stands because has sent me the link okay so just so you guys I want all of you to understand the prodigy is an audio products okay and just DO gods over the protests of his producer said I can make this work trust me I'm the guy who can make this work the gods decided and I can't think outside of a mine I can't think of a worse thing come about. he decided a magician. not just any magician a magician to the stars I got the idea because somebody has to be yeah said the story about how this magician perform for the Chicago Bears before their season started. he made their offense disappear but I thought it be good and then I started checking out the magician. and he is the magician to the stars he has done stuff for Steph curry for Tiger Woods he goes that Lake Tahoe event every year and I figured this guy's got to have stories I could make this guy interesting and so I forwarded this they're the guys that book up and he said Matt Nagy and he said no the magician Asia the terrible idea magicians on the radio and I said I'll make it work trust me the tensions of never been hot rods to body whatever. hang out and he just listed Mr got destroyed gods and make everyone else that he has to do his job. so you know stands a I feel it's a joke but we had we ended up having the magician on he was not like listed magicians don't want to give up their tricks and he certainly wasn't telling me stories about any of his clients he was giving me nothing. and I was rattled and then I started asking him to do magic on the. and he said it doesn't really work on the radio. and I said yes it does I'm gonna pull out my walk my magic wand right now and make you disappear when you hung up on it. how long I'll just give away the entire. now we have your addresses only autos. although there is plenty of tension and you need to listen to it okay this guy I mean I'm telling you you will be able to identify the exact point where I start getting angry and and then I just go on I understand what you guys are saying there where you think that you guys just rule in the episode but I don't think he did I think you gave people more reason to go check it out because now they're going to want to hear still got them would still gets mad at somebody around here doesn't happen very often like MC hammer's been on the wrong side of it I think maple shade it's been on the wrong side of it it's a it's a weird list of people who have triggered still got. what is the list can we think about this for a second what is the list of people that still gods is just gotten furious with because that's laid back he's here to collect a check in just give hot takes just hang around here and smoke heaters when no one's looking go to data companies those that time that you were mad at can you remember all that's right that's right that was in the ads your dad's did many many years ago where he would get financial updates from. from ten Arnold and what he was mad that really was a producer and a whole lot before we break wondering my good buddy can Arnold Everglades capital management the her Jornal de Kenny how you doing today. NET. waiting for ten trying to come up here can you with us. we'll try again. yes Ghanem. we'll take a quick time that you guys figure out goodbye. on his own radio show. whether it's a magician or. hammer your most famous time it was twenty years ago so naturally when people have you on the radio they're going to want to talk about twenty years ago you got that right. right wondering if you get that because you're being rude on our radio show and I'm just wondering if you get that your infinitely more famous two decades ago then you wore today and that's what people want to hear about you are yes I know. it hurts me that and your not hurts me all of these years later I always react with the same wincing Noel where because you can still gods doesn't he doesn't deal with a scalpel it's just he uses one of the mallets that the carnival that makes you ring the bell. I know you say the odds. it is so rigorous and then of course there's the time you want to stay there let's stay there that's fine yes I know. hello you can hear her yes to me I went way that was ten years ago and I wins that way every single time that we play that clip is it weird I mean it's weird to me that has the guts is gotten more professional and she more professional he seems to care less like he's become less of a monster some out like I don't think he would have that exchange with someone I just read back and keep a role now someone came on the show was rude to Dan and retire shell I would still have that I mean I think it's more age kids perspective may be a little bit and I think that is I think that is a trigger though first you got to excuse me for interrupting that still got if someone comes after the show if he feels like someone who's disrespecting the show that is a place where he will get really upset and also when arguing with Rick Barry gray come I could put. got a tip and no he did not but I could. go to another one I could put seven. I could put seventy Pippen's with. that's not the point. trying to change the parameters you made a blanket statement that Kobe Bryant I've never wanted in the only a main reason for the championship if the deal. Michael Jordan if he never won without Scotty Pippin name another player to win without him name another player Rick how many to put them on without him exactly what they'll call me one because he had twenty one eight okay. nobody so go on the other one but Rick the question one question was do you another one question was Rick Barry do you think Kobe wants to wouldn't want to be the main reason that was the question and I think. because. you are not answering the question with that because you like Colby so much on. you want your foot in it you open your mouth and step you put it give me another player who was a great player who was the main responsible that main response. without help from somebody else team allies wanted doesn't matter who would give you gonna throw someone back in my face Hakim Olajuwon go right when I would go for who you are you gonna go for that so I guess it's okay Mister credibility thank you only god can yes now again for those of you not aware I still got his father you called and yelled at him after that and I got called Rick very to apologize to him but I believe that buried in the middle of that wonderful Rick very sound I believe I heard what is the single angry a sentence in the history of the mighty still got are you guys tell me if you heard it the same way that I did because it doesn't have a volume on it it's not because it's too loud it's not because he's aggressive or rage filled it's because it sounds like this one question was Rick Barry. now. the base one question was Rick Barry and also saying is first and last name yeah well I I think we should provide more context to myself. but Rick the quite. as Jim was do you. the question was Rick Barry. really hammers and how these. I love the god is looking at the machine and the producers somebody give me a gain somebody give me some..

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"rick barry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"rick barry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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