17 Burst results for "Sean Kemp"
"sean kemp" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"Chat said, the way AD is perennially underachieving because of injuries he may end up being like Sean Kemp. Take a punt and trade him while his parents are still high enough to get good pieces back in return. So he's saying AD's value is on the way down. Because he's going to continue to get injured. And so trade him now because his value is only going to go down next year or the year after that. I mean, I'm going to disagree because I think people forget how young AD technically is still too. You're telling me that I think he turns what 20 9 I think this year is what it is. Still smack dab in the middle of this prime. Yes, it will be 29 in March. His value is not his value is not going down anytime soon barring a catastrophic injury. And that's just me being real. If you call it, if rob call 20 19s in the off season and say, I got Anthony Davis available. I guarantee you that phone calls returned instantly. Instantly. What can we give you? So yeah, no, I don't see I don't foresee his trade value going down any time. So that's what I was saying. Post LeBron and post Russ, the 80s the only piece they're going to have. And if they decide that, hey, we're going to need to blow it up because we have nothing going for us. And that would be the best time to sell AD, not right now. Agreed. You don't take an asset like Anthony Davis and sell low on him. And not to mention, look, he's already he's committed to the team, the team's committed to him and LeBron, and we should talk his content. This is not a, this isn't just like, oh, you're trading this, this random player that was always seen as an asset coming in. No, this was very much like a partnership between LeBron and AD and the Lakers and that's how they look at this. So it would be a much bigger deal than just, oh, we just decided to look elsewhere and make a move for the team. Oh, okay. And one more PSA just for everyone out there. The Lakers 1000% one that they got a championship. Exactly. I've seen it so many times. People are like, we shouldn't have kept Lonzo, Josh hart, Brandon Ingram, et cetera. I'm like, guys, you won a title.
"sean kemp" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it
"We had three major major points here number one. Come back with my notes here for a second number one how to use google docs. Presell leads are for the clothes. Which kind of talked about that. And how usership that access which is awesome. I have been doing that but giving you like the share with anyone links. I'm like shutting the change that number two how to create offers that monetize other people's audiences through soft offers and through interviews and being going around interviews in other groups and the number three Y your two steps should be more like len should be right like landing pages as opposed to ads which i've never thought of looking at like pay. The facebook group pinned like the announcement. Section is actually page. that's a. That's a huge huge thing. Because we're already getting traffic there. We need to optimize that for collecting e mails and and getting conversation started dude. Is there anything i asked. I didn't ask you that. I should've asked you in terms of what we cover today. I honestly think that like what we shared today would make somebody like if they implemented. And that's really the thing like implementation you know having the knowledge to do something well and and dude extremely one thing and then implementing is another. There's like more people that are are learning and not enough people implementing like there are very few implementers. That's why i do idea. Because i think it's an untapped opportunity like there's a massive need for people just do it instead of like over you and i mean if there's anything we didn't cover it was really just the mindset around it like you know you don't have to be perfect when writing two steps like you know Really the biggest thing is like make sure you have the assets available to you to naturally lead somebody from you know An officer from like a stranger she to who you are to essentially a customer a longtime customer that promotes forever so if you have assets that bring them through the buyer journey..
"sean kemp" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it
"Ads was fourteen. So like if our if if i were to had i would leverage that. That's called news jacking. Essentially like there's probably things in the news right now that you can relate to your offers and those are great hooks as well okay cool so that's a really solid stuff even like i'm thinking now he could probably use that a podcast like position. Your podcast solve three problems. And that's the angle of all their how you see and create content for that for that That audience in terms of the last thing. We chat about here just briefly which is creating around creating combining email. You talk about a little bit already and social media. Mainly facebook groups have been talking in facebook organic to create a storm of new buyers. That's probably like a loaded question or a loaded title lot inside of that dude. But what's the what's your strategy around that. What are some things that you see people who are really crushing with both those platforms. Doing yes you know. Generally i think the the mindset you have to be in most people are looking at email and an an organic content social media as silos right instead of working together. I think people. That are while i know that people that are joining facebook groups. I'm collecting emails. But you you miss an opportunity to sell somebody something Right there and then through. What's great about email. That social media cannot do is automation. Like i can't. I can't just have automatically send somebody's seven emails that are going to lead to a sale better than email so if i collect an email when somebody the face group and i have them go through a five some email sequence that essentially sells them on an offer of some kind or gets a certain percentage of to book calls or asked. You know i can use email and and obviously loveridge the face or group at the same time to create these new buyers and so you use the power of automation with l..
"sean kemp" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it
"And done for you content. If you're starting a brand new facebook group right now you had to fill it with a ton of qualified buyers. What would be some things. I don't care what market this is. You can pick whatever mark you want for this example What would be some key things you would do to fill that group so i had a. I had a soft offer around like seventeen posted. Grew my group two thousand members and that was essentially All i did was also calm. I gonna grow this group. So i grew my group through interviews and i thought that was exclusively. I really think that when it comes to face we groups a lot of people make the mistake of of ruining exclusively by sharing their content everywhere like they they're members can get their content on their podcast. You know people are linking to their clubhouse. You know that that's a huge mistake in my opinion because third joining your community for exclusively so the number one driver to grow group in my opinion Just to give the foundation is exclusively like people join it for community like you're giving something away that's very exclusive and i would treat growing community also very similar to email list in the sense that like our work you know. I want to have something like gated content so some type of strategy system. I would narrow down three two two to three problems that that are really making your market. Go insane man off. Solve them with with You know easily digested trainings. Whatever this or that and then think of three to five angles to sell those things Three to five ways to like essentially pitch them. And then do it on your profile if it's your facebook profile instagram clubhouse whatever think about three to five different angles to to pitch that one thing so then you have like all right so you know. You're getting traffic from each of those trainings yet. While you're getting traffic from hooks out of the same training and if you have three technically now you have fifteen fifteen different ways to get people into the group and by that point you know there should be enough to gain traction. So that's how i would do. I would also..
"Which is your center and you have the tag supposed to. Hey this this This might be really helpful to you. And it could be around that free guide or free strategy to solve that problem right landing page in the sense that like what i say is like generally your business will have three to four pillars create to step for each of those pillars and then use it as a landing page every time somebody tries to join the group or anytime you know you can push. You can come up with new hoax new angles. Just get people there through email anytime. You're on an interview interviewing somebody else's audience. Yeah when you're pushing people they agree you can get them on there so now what about. Someone has multiple different products. Would you create like say you've got like core offer a back end offer maybe a masterclass. Those are all three different vehicles or in products. Would you go about the. They have like a facebook. Two thousand people and these people are all like in the market but depending on what stage of business there at they may be for the low ticket item. The core offer the high ticket like back in offer. Would you create two steps for all of those and then asked that question and then kind of like people answer yes or no to that question or whatever it is. You would probably link that to step to that. Maybe that free resources that indirect to step to that person am i making sense or so. You're you're saying my create two steps for each offer correct two steps for each offer then And then link people to them if they answer certain question correct wash. You can do that. I would suggest that if somebody's new to join in your community. I'd rather plug them into some type of so like with each offer. You should have a soft offer something that would like lead them directly into it. So you're not start selling somebody you know. Some people don't take it while when their heart sold like the minute they get into a group. So if you like your soft offers are essentially soft selling That's what it is. It's like you're soft selling people like most of us. Don't don't really care about ninety seven dollars. Like i don't care back if i like it. I don't make all my money selling small lower ticket items now not to say that those are bad like you. Plenty of people have scaled businesses. That don't products over forty seven bucks spa exactly.
"I always say like if somebody's new to copy ask yourself the last time you were in a really tough position like a really like gut wrenching environment or a gut wrenching situation. Yeah and like generally what people in in that type of pain ask themselves as three questions. The last himselves. Why me why this. Why now and if you answer that in your content or your piece of content you'll have a successful post that for two sep specifically or i mean in general if you don't answer that on a sales letter if you don't answer that inside of a webinar if you don't answer that in an email like you're not gonna have success because you're not telling them you're not answering those questions you're in the business solving problems and those are the three biggest problems that people ask and i always say you know. Think about what problems you can solve. That are bleeding neck problems. Sounds like you know. What has the most urgency in people. And how much are because people would pay anything to to fix your trouble bleeding neck right right urgency room like there's no. There's no price tags on the door now. People just do it. They need to do it no matter what the bill is going to be. You know And that's totally around offer creation. We're talking about content and and watch but you'd so essentially We're kind of getting off off the rails of like direct and indirect to step posts. And that's that's me. I knew that was like a different type of variant of two posts. I've always done indirect once. It's never like hey want us to do your launcher podcast. And fourteen days Done for you like just comment below. I've never done that before now. I probably should just just get the conversation going. Yes so you can. I mean you'll get less comments. Generally then giving away something free like we can get thousand comments on something depending how big the group is if we're giving away something free i've had. I think i have a post. That did three thousand comments I think the groups like seven or eight thousand now but.
"That's in terms of creating offers like you said to monetize other people's audiences couple of good ones there. Let's dive into the next point here. Which is why you should create two steps for those who don't know to break down that down the second like a landing page as opposed to an ad. Why is that for that. Like what is a to set for those who aren't familiar with the term. Yes so let's let's kinda define to bro. Quick to sub essentially away to create attention interest desire and action for To get somebody into messenger. So it's to kind of tease somebody into an opportunity. Yep i'm like here's a thing You know very similar. I would say to you know think about what. Are you actually trying to get people are how can you actually get people in messenger. Generally what people do is. They're offering some free training that they did on x. y. out them get x. y. and z. You know they have a cheat. My best performing one was For myself not for clients was around my fifty two page content. Swipe file That one like rushed like every time. I go on an interview and i are like mentioned that i have this fifty two page contents. Why file two steps like people like. Oh get me on that. And it's kind of ironic. That i'm i'm sharing that right now but But yeah i mean. I've had people message me after and be like i paid thirteen hundred dollars for this Copywriting course and going through your free fifty. Two page file blew it away. 'cause 'cause it has like all the cy i put the fifty two pages worth of content that i've written that generated millions of dollars organically but then i also like dissect them i was like. Oh well let me just create some templates based on the ones that performed the best. So i have six different templates like the challenger to stab like different types of two steps that you can write got in there and it's free and people you should sell this dude like ninety seven bucks..
"Like when i when i share this with clients is like You know everybody in this industry has been taught. The only way to sell people is to sell them on the what and the why to teach them the what and the why and sell them on the how. And that's of course one very successful way to do it but it's not the only way so you can give them the do this this this and this but here's like you're not gonna show them how to do it or you'll show them why and it's a been so successful and then you you you sell them the how. That's like the only way that people are selling in the injury. But if you're gonna like stand out among your competition you can do it multiple different ways so like we were mentioning gotcha showing them. How is the next is maybe the next level or also you can act so the thing is is like people are are afraid A lot of very successful people are teaching their students to teach the the what and the why and sell the how this is really how almost all webinars were written right and they did it that way. Because it's easy to like you know for somebody. That's not like a genius marketer. That's probably the the easiest way for them to like get a result But that's only one way to to get people to the next level. That's only one way to sell. You know there's multiple different ways to sell other than to teach the what and the why and spell the in today's world. What if you could share like an example of like another successful way. We can name a person or a product or company Be like a giant like a gora financial or or something else so announce out there in space. That's doing something opposite of this traditional way. If you have an example that love to love to dive into him. Yeah so imagine you know. I'm trying to think like the right. Now we're we're in. We're in an era where people are more attuned to listen to interviews than they are to listen to. Somebody is sharing a presentation slide. Yeah so Yeah i i saw you mentioned gora so i interviewed fernando crews and they did like twenty four point eight million with a webinar with a single webinar and he called the magyar essentially and I mean his big thing is like teaching big ideas we could do a whole nother thing. big ideas but essentially The one that did so well as they had a it was kind of like a pattern interrupt but instead of teaching the what and the why and selling the how do they did it. More of an interview fashion. What's to come more of a media style like sixty minutes they like. Oh my god. Here's the opportunity. Got it So you'd obviously for somebody to fully grasp it. They they need to watch it. And i'm not sure if it's still available with glenn beck and they interviewed glenn beck. I'm.
"So it's like that's the biggest thing is like i'm not signed to coal audience like these people have no trust for you and how it's it's transferred to me because why. Why would i be sitting next to you unless you trusted me right. And if they trust you kind of transfers by so it's totally deng. Exactly it's easier. It's way easier obviously in the back end to convert somebody who has a somewhat relationship with you because they met you through xyz influence her own z. Podcast host right. So you're like. You're saying transit barring matt trust and that goodwill essentially you've built up into this person amateur we built. We've all bought and sold products from people who have been on a podcast. We heard the mono- interview somewhere and facebook happens all the time so that low ticket offer like you're saying that soft offer is could be a massive class or like or like a Or whatever it could be a challenge Essentially you said it's container which i love that word. It's a container of china transferring value kind of one. So i wanna segue there dude into. We've seen people do this. What is the word of the biggest problems people run into when they try to create a challenge or a mass glass and it doesn't work. What's typically the issues you've seen doesn't work as in it doesn't sell or doesn't work as in it doesn't lead in to the next offer. It doesn't lead into the next offer. Yup exactly. yes sir. I mean you know. Congratulations if he sold one hundred. Units at ninety seven bucks ten k. But your goal is probably to make hundred year plus k from launch like that right..
"Still really like a big passion for me. More so health and fitness. Yeah i guess they go hand in hand at times got it do i. I i know some of your stories your flex and hard on them so for those who are interested. John's just john pretty ripped men but dude song. Read some bullets. You sent me this morning. So i thought there really good i think. Sorta kinda get people set the frame for this this interview and what we're going to chat about so couple of things that caught my eye that we're gonna chat about for sure number one how to create offers that monetize other people's audiences on a diet digs out there and and how that works number two Why you should write two steps like landing pages instead of ads which is an interesting interesting play on words for me. It's interesting play there. Because i'm like ads. Elite landing pages almost the same thing for me in my iso. I'm interested in that dude. And then last part is how to combine email and social media to create a storm of new buyers which most people nowadays use both email and social media pretty heavily in these people in our space. Who are selling like high ticket services experts coaches consultants. So this is going to be a really interesting conversation for a lot of those people out there listening And i've seen your copy. And i've seen like the engagement your stuff gets inside of your facebook group and it's very. I don't know many people who can do that kind of at will like you've been able to do it so we can dive into whatever you wherever man but Yeah any one of those. We can keep it simple. Because i got pull up in front of me is how to create offers that monetize other people's audiences we can keep it brief and give you the too long. Didn't listen answer and then we can dive deeper into it..
"Business get more clients and build their brands. I appreciate your time. Thanks for joining me but for for people who don't know you don't really know kind of what you do. Give us the rundown man will what is what did they do. What's a claim to fame a unique entry point into this industry to like i feel like people started in high ticket industry and they only have like their view of this industry is just one thing right. They they see it how it is I came from like the hardcore direct response affiliate marketing world where things are like super gray area. question like super questionable marketing and like. Obviously i'd i'd turned down a lot of stuff even in the beginning when i wanted the money just because it felt so uncomfortable Especially in health offers. So i've generated multiple eight figures from clients have written multiple million dollar controls. I've beaten dozens of million dollar controls So those are very difficult things to do as far as like i. There's multiple different types of copywriters. It's like air copywriters. Who right for this high ticket stuff in a really. You don't have to sell you. don't have to do the final sale. You just have presell so you just have to get people ready to be on the phone on when you're actually selling you know info based products. I guess selling courses and things like that or selling supplements After to take them all the way through the sale right. And when you're selling to cold traffic it is an entirely different beast than trying to sell to a warm audience entirely different beast so when i entered this industry You know i'd spent five or six years in that. Like super aggressive. Tried to solve the cold traffic. Try to scale to like fifty thousand dollar spend fifty thousand plus per day in ads and shit like those type of companies now to like. Oh we have a two thousand person. Facebook group we wanna monetize that and it's like a totally different world But was cool as i just took the directions that the same principles that i had in that world here and learned a lot learned a lot of things. That don't necessarily like you can't pull everything from bad industry here but there was a lot of things that were missing to like from there. That needed to come here. It's like those that people were only converting a small tiny percent of their audience because they were only like selling to anybody familiar with the buyer awareness levels like out five levels awareness. They're only selling to like most aware people and they're not using language to like. Get people there so milan let you have obviously the last year so Actually know more about like the last two years. I've been focusing on this industry. Because i think there was a there was a lot to be fixed. Yum as far as the copies concerned how we convert.
"If you're using. Facebook to bryn leads close ticket deals attract more clients. Then you are going to love this interview because on this show today i have probably one of the best people in the world. Who's doing it for other clients. And he's helping people make hundreds of thousands of dollars per month online with just organic facebook marketing. So in the show. I've got shawn kemp with me today. He is a copywriter and the guy knows his stuff in the show to see if you don't make it through the whole episode. He has his fifty two page. Swipe file which you will get access to once you hop into his facebook group so makes you check out the show notes for that s- literally better than most paid products i've ever seen when it comes to copyrighted so check that alex free. It's an amazing resource below and in this episode. Just to kind of give you a taste before we jump in here your day laura couple of things number one. You're gonna learn how to use. Google documents a simple google doc to presell leads before they close. You're gonna learn how to create offers that monetize other people's audiences and then last but not least. You're gonna learn how to write two steps. Which if you don't what that is heal explained in the interview How to write two steps and why you should write them like a landing page as opposed to an ad. Okay all that and a lot more you learn a lot like a facebook marketing. Organic marketing masterclass. Okay so enjoy my interview with shawn kemp. In.
"sean kemp" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming
"An ea or a two k to head kinda even though they were both in the game they had really wrapped up exclusive rights. So you had lots of options when it came to. Nba games in nfl games But the two big ones that have come out of it and survived quote unquote because nba live isn't around right now is ea. Sports is nba live series of course the Nba two k. series. Right the the i'm is. Nba lives. It's still a thing that they did not release one this year on what they're going to release another one or not they. They can't compete. They are not getting the sales they want because to k. has just out perform them as a product brent for so long like they don't know how to catch up her but so i remember the two d. ones are like super nintendo and sega genesis. I didn't play those so much. But once i got a playstation and they had the like courts that looked like the courts in real life i loved it and then i bought the three d. one and i like that you could the names on the back of jerseys that blew me away it blew me Blew me away when you trade someone to another team they would have jersey. That said shawn kemp on the back or whatever and i just thought that was so cool that the game could do that. You know A little bit of fan trivia. Here i had a pair of sean. Kim sneakers when i think i was like eleven twelve years old. I had the hawkins who was the small ford for the sonics in their heyday. I had issues feel muscle balls. The i think. I think the sean kemp. She had a reebok But yeah i believe yeah. But they were or so like crazy. I remember this shack ones. Yeah no i'll shacks the sneakers back in the nineties. Were were just crazy monstrous. It was fashion wise. It was it was it was insane. Banou is the so win win. Su- nba live.
"sean kemp" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Know the the nba has lost a lot of revenue from obviously kobe. And some other tv factors and you know an easy way to raise revenue in the owners. Get some money in their pockets. Suit sell you know. Sell the rights to a brand new franchise over there. So that's it's a. It's an easy way to do that. I know i've heard them. And then vegas coming in together so to two new teams but i think it is. I think i'd say it's inevitable. I don't know when i wouldn't be surprised if in the next let's say three years. It's announced that they're getting a new team. And maybe by the end of the decade team player hopefully sooner than that I know guys like isiah. Thomas and jamal crawford are like hoping happens in the next couple of years because they all wanna play there You know it's funny of all the guys who grew up in that area. The only one who kinda has the triple crown of of doing that actually funny enough. Daedalus shrimp right. He played up. He transferred over from germany and played basketball in high school there then he played at washington and then spent obviously significant time the nineties with sonics. Oh he's the only one who has the full suite of experience of playing in high school college and pro ball in seattle. And he's a huge advocate for it. So i think they're coming back again. I'm just guessing on the data ties but if somewhere the next two three or four years. It was announced for sure i would be surprised. Well look it's also very interesting and again the are slated. I don't know if it's still going to happen. I'm assuming the nhl is going to try their damnedest to make The fall the debut as originally scheduled for the crack. But the here's the highest irony right. The arena that they're going to be playing in is wait for it. The former keyarena now notice climate pledge arena right and so the ultimate irony of this and obviously hugely renovated and completely you know almost down to the studs right but but it is. This is not like a complete wizard of oz scenario where there's a brand new you know new modern stadium and i mean it will be modern for d- don't get me wrong but i'm saying it's it's literally in the same footprint of where the legacy of much of the previous team gained its its glory so you use the term and i keep borrowing it and i will keep doing so liberally until told otherwise this through line right the the actual stadium will have. I wouldn't call them ghosts but it will certainly have lots of probably positive vibes and spirits. Be talking about the same. You know literally the same soil upon which this team got birth in the late sixties and it's and that's exactly right. I mean the guys who who you talk about being advocates for guys like doug christie You know they all went. You know doug christie lacrosse robinson. They went to rainier. Tie school right down the road right like you. You've got these guys who still live there. That i think is the most impressive part of it. You know. Jamal crawford lives there. Roberts lives there. Isaiah lives out in seattle tacoma. These guys are still around. You know and so when the team does come back. I hope that somehow maybe i dunno ownership groups are really difficult but they they give some kind of I don't know like a board or something it's all the nba players who are from the area kind of advise on getting back into the community. Because i just think it'll be great for the city. Well that that actually brings up the the other sort of may be parallel to this. I wonder if some of these players as they end their playing careers and and look towards You know either staying in basketball or other business pursuits and stuff i mean you're you're mentioning. You know some of these guys that you interviewed for this for this book. Jamal crawford As as tom. There's all kinds of. There's definitely money. They're right if they're saving and doing their business deals and relationships. Have you wonder if you know this. Sort of seattle mafia if you will might have some Some genuine connection that either could be part of the ownership or at least maybe the ambassadors foreign ownership group to truly make a return to the nba for seattle authentic heritage d-. I'm reminded of the north american soccer league back in the day and and three of the teams that now dominate the pacific northwest and major league soccer all three of them borrowing and then by i guess sort of bring into their own nest the histories of those previous teams into the current teams some of the artificial with a huge gap in between. But i guess my point is that there's an authenticity there of the creation right. It would be really you know if you're picturing those kind of a dream snare but if you're picturing like you said with the crack in a well run well-thought-out announcement scenario you have to believe that when the day comes up they announced the sonics coming back. That you've got sean kemp and gary payden front and center talking about it. Perhaps george karl is there than behind. Then you've got all the players from seattle have been holding down since they haven't had a team you jamal on is a in doug christie nate and all those guys wearing jerseys like if they do it right they will have all the like you said all the ambassadors they need to tie all the way back to the beginning you know. I'm sure they could get guys like x. men mayor and maybe oh hopefully You know some of the guys from the seventies or still around and wanna come in but It to me there is a there is a very slam. Dunk way to do this. And it involves all those guys and look. I'm sorry from the broadcast perspective at has to has to have kevin collaborative. Yeah exactly yeah. Exactly have him there announcement. You know. have any better do a concert. You know i mean like you can you. And i who are not going to be a part ownership group could put together a hell of an introduction for the new team right so they should just do that but but look i know. This sounds like a little dreamy here but that this this is in the realm of possibility and again cove side and a return to some kind of normal or at least evolved in person. game experience. you mentioned it before i mean. Seattle is a gaping hole in the nba's geography. Which i think is even more important now media wise than perhaps it was ever before i look. We're forget right that there was a time right. Where seattle and portland. And oh yes. Remember the vancouver grizzlies right. There was a north west basketball like troika there. That was kind of fun for those.
"sean kemp" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You can also download and listen to the Jalen and Jacoby podcast. The most emotional, thank you for joining us off of the NBA draft last night. The, the most emotion you felt on draft day was when and where. A couple of things I felt a lot of emotion the night before the draft, Dan, because I had a couple of tough decisions to make I didn't have a Taylor like these guys and I didn't have like a big time budget. So I wanted my suit of master Tina was anticipating draft in me. You guys saw two red and white suit that I'll rot with the Maury Gators I was hoping at the time that the clippers took me at seven. You didn't get a chance to see the lime green suit, I had on deck that I worked to my draft party, because I thought it was going to get drafted by the sinus Sonics, but the night before, when I can't make this up, I had a really big pimple under my, and I was just taking it on night with alcohol and putting whatever I can in it to cut to make it look better for the, the biggest day of my life and get a cough. Jerry Krause, who was the general manager of the bulls at the time. I eventually actually ended up getting traded to their team by. Him. And there was something on the table that possibly would have sent my right along with Sean Kemp to the bulls for Scottie Pippen. And when I went to bed that night, I anticipated may or may not happen. It ended up not happening and I got drafted number thirteen by the Denver Nuggets. Thirteen man. That's a, that's a good number. I'm telling you, if you wanna pick in the teams Jalen thirteenth is the Sloan is what is the old thirteen team? We'll get to that in a second. You haven't in front of you. I do Jalen is going to be upset though. Because on it no, I'm Jalen, do you agree? This is historically thirteen picks. The NBA draft that I have made my starting five ready. Yup. Donovan mitchell. Gobi bryant. Mamba Karl Malone..
"sean kemp" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Two two seven Robert in Birmingham, Alabama. Robert, you're up next here on CBS sports radio. What's going on Robert? Hey, boy, how you doing good, man. How are you? Hey, I'm thirty seven. I wanna compare him to the players agree at Washington. What about a Alan Iverson player? That's in like a Patrick Ewing. Tim Duncan body. Where do you get the Patrick Ewing of the Tim Duncan body? Because like I said his body to me is much more reminiscent of like shack in his physical freakish. Nece superiority. Oh, four hundred Pounder it said, all right? All lines. He's don't be the big guy can for me where sack hit a free throw. Well, yeah. I mean, Shaq was not much of a shooter of go. Of course. I mean, one of the reasons I've said if shack was dream on it's more in the package of height size and Billy to handle the ball pass the ball a little bit shoot the ball. Little bit move around on defense, of course, from from position to position, but as far as body types. I mean, you did reference from seven foot guys and he's not seven feet either. So I don't know where the comparison we go out the window when you're talking about seven footers anyway because it's more about the. The girth than it is about the height when I'm talking about shack. There's just an image in my mind will always be seared in my mind of guys bouncing off of shack. And that's what it feels like happens with Diana's. Well, guys bouncing off of them. How about AJ in Charleston, South Carolina, AJ, you're up next here on CBS sports radio. Hey, Robin's, great to hear your voice on radio. Again. Thank you, man. Hey, Danny Manning. I know what's going back a while. And he doesn't have the disease that he had but the size and the ball handling the potential offense. That's it. I wanted to wear that came. I remember Danny Manning because there's been a lot of guys who could six ten and handle the ball since Danny Manning. Right. I mean, I would say manning was probably more of a a preview of of the gar nets. And the Chris Bosh is and the like and Lamar Odom, you know, another guy like that at a time, you know, Bosch and and garner more the modern day big, man. But I don't see too much of the same sort of game from from with Danny Manning had an Zion. Had you're just sort of saying one of the first guys who was tall and could handle the ball. Yeah. Just the impact coming into the league at that size and the height. Tall. I mean, Danny Manning was seven I'm sorry. Almost seven feet six for ten. I think zion's like six Zion. Looks just one of the things I noticed watching last night because I was I was thinking about the way I've evaluated him. And I've said he could be the alternate small ball center, which I obviously believe and I was watching the game last night, and it stood out to me how much bigger he looked on the court than he is height wise because he's so. You know, why? And big in that sense. And because his arms are so long. It doesn't feel like he's only six foot seven. If you told me, you can even be watching the game and somebody that guy's six ten you go. Oh, yeah. That makes sense because he's just everyone else looks like little kids next to him size wise, and he's got long arms. It could jump. So we can get tested around the rim. It doesn't feel like he's undersized. And I know that's been one of the critiques of him is that he is not tall enough. And there could be some issues there. But I I really don't think. So because I don't think the heights is important when you're factoring in the the the. Size the athlete. And the length Mike in Chicago, Mike, you're up next here on CBS sports radio. What's going on? Hey, how you doing? I'm doing. Well, man. How are you? I'm not too bad. I wanted to compare I on to Blake Griffin when he came in early just in regards to the explosiveness science got a little more than the posting Blake cab jumper now is I listen to work. He could get there. Yeah. I've heard that one before it's not bad. I still think I I don't think Blake brakes had the explosive athleticism from getting getting off the floor standpoint. But I don't think Blake had the F lettuces Masire on has from a physically overwhelming people standpoint. Yeah. I agree. I definitely got the beef on them. That's where I see the shack. That's why I got the shack part of it from. I mean, I guess if I was like continuing to add players Blake Griffin would be a good one to add. If I'm saying, I'm saying if shack was Draymond. But I would take shack. I would take Draymond. I would take Blake Griffin. And then I would take like a ball handling guy. Maybe a little touch of LeBron just a touch. Yeah. But. That that shows you how you're dealing with a special player likely though when you're throwing in all those different guys. Right. Right. But that's. That's. Yeah. That's part of the fun of it. There's not a natural comparison. But we did this with NBA guys, and you're sort of getting that. Right. Mix of of all the different things. He brings to the table that that could stand out to you. All right. How about Chris in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Chris you're up next here on CBS sports radio. What's that? Robert what's going on Chris? Hey, man. I got Carl Malone's body would they explosive of selling camp. And I went back and watched him Ovidio of the Shawn Kemp, and that guy man, and I think that's what I would compare. I onto Shawn camp has the dunk that live forever where he dumps on dude. And then pointed his face. I remember I think that sonnets team might have been the best team. Jordan's bulls faced in the finals. Yeah. Sean Kemp and Gary Payton in their primes along with Detlev, shrimp and Nate McMillan. That was a good team is funny where I'm not trying to turn this into a LeBron joined debate. That's that's always something that comes up. I always think the teams LeBron beaten the finals were better than the teams Jordan did the teams he faced in the files were better. And the teams he beat we're better. You could argue that the east was stronger for for the bulls. But that Sonic's team I think they went down three oh actually to the bulls. And then they finally switched Payton onto Jordan and one to zero and then lost gained six, but Shawn Kemp, again didn't possess that physical superiority that does where he could just overpower guy. Hey, also didn't handle the ball and transition or wasn't the defensive player that Zionist, but it will be. You know? It'll be something that people are are doing for a while. They've already started doing and continue doing it. Because we've got a still some time for Zion in this tournament. And then of course, some time before Zion is in the NBA. And then all of a sudden the comparisons. We'll start to be to him eight five five two one two four two two seven design. Williamson comparison game we're playing right now will in Arkansas will you're up next here on CBS sports radio. What's up? Yeah. I wanted to compare him the Corless Williamson similar size big strong. Pretty much the same close Saint shooting, percentage wise. Corless was a really good college player not much of a an NBA player. I again, I think I know people are a lot of guys are running with these sort of undersized, but power forward mold that cordless Williamson would be in a recent example, I think is Julius Randle Julius Randle hit by gamma rays or something along those lines. You can get to that. But I think you're selling Zion. Sure when you're comparing him to some of those guys who really didn't have they had a nice college game. They had a nice frame, but they didn't have that something else that he has. And that's part of what makes it different. You can't even in a pool of super talented guys of athletic freaks. He's a he's a freak amongst freaks. And that's that's very unique. You know, you you hear the term generational, and that you know, he hasn't proven. He's a generational player. Yet. You gotta you gotta show improve at the NBA level for that to be the case, but he's a generational specimen. He's a generational specimen. There's not a guy like that every year. There's not a guy like that. Every couple of years, there might not even be a guy like that every ten years right there. That is what that term means generational because you know, you're watching something different when you're watching him. And that's the reason the hype is built that's the reason he's been the star that that he's become and be is becoming because he's basically right now, he's an NBA superstar playing in college. He's covered like an NBA superstar. He's talked about like an NBA superstar. He just happens to be playing in college this year. Eight five five two one two four to seven. Let's go to Mitch in Alberta Canada. Mitch you're up next here on CBS sports radio. What's going on Mitch? Hey, robin. Just wanted to weigh in on his n Williamson debate here about where you can compare him to. And I don't think you can Kenny one in NBA history. Look at the NFL and lives because. There's just no there's no way you can one. It's unprecedented. His his is is height and weight. It's it's incredible. The I think you have to go look defensive lineman in the NFL is funny. Mitch because you you hear people because of the hype I think try to tear them down a little bit. And I've had some people say he's going to get fat. You just watch. And I watch him. And I look at him. I was thinking this last night to somebody. Who's like when I had someone comment saying he's going to get fat. You see fat on this person? What are you talking about? He's he's like chiseled out of granite. How could you? I don't think there's the possibility. I don't think his body processes fat. I don't think happens. I'm not sure we know nothing. It's probably just goes straight to the muscles. My man is of the specimen Scott in Illinois. Scott, you're up next here on CBS sports radio. What's going on Scott? Yes. I reminds me of Kenyon Martin when he was coming out of college and has early pro career. Kenyon was a longer. I think Kenya. Moore is a get up and down. The Fleming designed gets up and down the floor. But getting up down the free throw the lobby Kenyon. Martin no longer not as as big as strong skilled. I don't really see it. It's another power forward. I get that people were throwing out there that was pretty athletic. But Kenyon was never gonna break down off the dribble. Can't Kenyon was just not that guy. He was the guy who would play defense. That's for sure. But I don't even think he would probably excel in the modern era. Switching off as a big who could guard because he was always an excellent defensive player. But I don't think he had zion's lateral quickness. Because I think that's one of the things that's gonna make him special is how well he's going to be able to guard across the board..
"sean kemp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Behalf for three. Smile. It is. Sounds like something from the fifties. Hey, hey, let's go to the sock. Hop. Which is he from? I'm not sure the AAA buffalo. My buddy, but buddy bay but man Zion. Like they can put three guys on them. It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter at this level right now he is so much better than everybody else at that level. It's ridiculous comps for him earlier today on the show. And that's when you give. Yes, we know you're great when there's no real cops. So we did we did Charles Barkley and Blake Griffin. As as a cop. We're talking about rebounding inability to have hobbies. And. Yeah, the the explosiveness that of Blake. Yeah. And then you mentioned Sean Kemp a little bit more Blake to meet because of his ability that he so bouncy. He does remind me of Blake Griffin. Larry Johnson Johnson and Rodney Rogers, which which is probably on the lower end of the gas. I would agree Kemp. Rodney Rogers on week force where we give him from. I believe so was your weekend. Yeah. It'd been awake. But I'm definitely awake. When you when you came out. You know, the fact that you have so many times it speaks to how unique the talent. Is it speaks to how good he is. Right because we can come all these players who are really good in the NBA. And then he kind of speaks to the fact that there's no one right now playing like that. There's no one right now. There's not he's and he he's going number one. There's no way anybody's gonna get cute and last night cemented ABSA frigging Lutely, if there was any doubt. That's it. You can forget it. There's no owner. There's no GM. That's going to be say, y'all. We're gonna pass. We're just not there. No, I don't think so. Scouts really need to keep going. I mean. Have you seen dog? I mean, you want to be there pretty much. You know, you go to the game because you wanna see before the game starts. I wanna say do to warm up. Right. He wants to how they interact with their teammates bench. And there you don't see on TV. It's a joke. Now having said all that about Zion and all the flowers adjectives and all the pyro and ballyhoo around the name of Zion Williamson valley, here's the thing. I will tell you right now. RJ Barrett's can be the better pro you think so because that's going to be a guy that's sustainable in an offense going to be around for over a decade. Now, here's. He's going to be Terry commentary coming. Cummings was a fine player. But if he's Terry Cummings to say, oh, we screwed up secretary Cummings was exceptional. I wouldn't say Terry Cummings was really accept very good. If you compare compared to Michael Jordan, and yeah, you don't compare the two but Terry Cummings as a pro was phenomenal. He's bringing that northwest. Ars? Basketball.