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Bucks bounce back after blowing big lead to beat Bulls 93-86

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Bucks bounce back after blowing big lead to beat Bulls 93-86

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DeRozan, Vucevic lead Bulls to 101-91 win over Cavaliers

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

DeRozan, Vucevic lead Bulls to 101-91 win over Cavaliers

"The martyr Roseanne or Nikola vucevic led the bulls to a one on one ninety one win over the skating Cavaliers to Rosen had twenty five points at Chicago's second straight win since a five game skid vucevic added twenty points and fourteen rebounds to help the bulls win without Zach Levine who is sidelined by knee soreness service has thirty eight double doubles this season I would assume hit three three pointers and finished with seventeen points for the bulls Darius garland had a team high twenty five points but was just nine of twenty four shooting as the caps lost for the eighth time in eleven games I'm the ferry

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DeRozan, Vucevic lead Bulls past struggling Hornets 121-109

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

DeRozan, Vucevic lead Bulls past struggling Hornets 121-109

"The martyr Roseanne dropped in thirty six points and Zach Levine had twenty seven is the bulls dealt the Hornets their sixth straight loss one twenty one one oh nine to Rosen has averaged thirty three points over his last eleven games just going out there playing you know on understanding the moment you know just trying to finish this thing off wanted to break understand how critical these games are Nikola vucevic added eighteen points fifteen rebounds and eight assists to help Chicago get within one game of the Eastern Conference leading heat double shot fifty six percent from the field including forty eight point five percent from three point range LaMelo ball had thirty three points and nine rebounds for Charlotte which made just thirteen of forty three three pointers and is shooting twenty seven point six percent from downtown during this kid I'm Dave Ferrie

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Joel Embiid scores 40 points, 76ers hold off DeRozan, Bulls

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Joel Embiid scores 40 points, 76ers hold off DeRozan, Bulls

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Vucevic, Bulls use late charge to put away Pacers 122-115

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Vucevic, Bulls use late charge to put away Pacers 122-115

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Vucevic, DeRozan help Bulls beat Trail Blazers 130-116

AP News Radio

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Vucevic, DeRozan help Bulls beat Trail Blazers 130-116

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DeRozan powers Bulls to 111-105 win over Raptors

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00:32 sec | 7 months ago

DeRozan powers Bulls to 111-105 win over Raptors

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"vucevic " Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"vucevic " Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Two and a half in the first quarter, they're 31 14 and two ATS in the first quarter, the best team in the league in terms of covering that first quarter spreads. And Nick's team, it's on a back to back. As you know, they just be the clippers last night at home. They are traveling. The only average 25 points in the first quarter on a back to back. And then you have a Cleveland team that's averaging 29 points in that first quarter. And Cleveland ranked second in a league and points a lot per game at third in defensive rating. So I do like that play. Another one is javal McGee over 20 and a half points and rebounds. It did just move up to 21 and a half. And I understand this number is pretty high, but 8 and is doubtful after missing his third straight game with the right ankle sprain. Jay Crowder, Cameron Payne, they're out. And the jazz are going to be without Rudy Gobert most likely. So I think that he might be able to get some point to rebalance for the team. He was able to hit over this number last game against the pacers. So those are the two plays I like for tonight. Yeah, two plays I have one is similar to your calves played, the three points in the first half. I also think the next team total under 97 and a half is even though it's low. I would look at that. The calves win with defense. They cover. One of the best cover teams in the NBA. And of course, their defense combined with the Knicks kind of stop and go off and their methodical pace drives me to the under there. This one is kind of like a hold your nose and grin and bear it, but the thunder, this line looked very fishy to me, the thunder or only two point home dogs makes it Chicago Bulls. And I was like, why is this? Well, I lost in the local missing thunder and they had the second best ATS record in the NBA. They don't win a lot of games, but they cover a lot of games. And the bulls right now, they have been struggling since Lonzo Ball and Zach Levine especially have been out of the lineup. Demar Derozan, Nikola vucevic haven't quite been able to carry the load with those two guys out and Levine especially I think has been a massive massive Los another guy who can create his own shot and has been wildly efficient in the season offensively. The balls of struggle. I think they've lost like four of the last 5 or 5 of their last 6, some crazy like that. So they're on the road and OKC, and even though it's really, really short, I was like, no way the bulls would only have to lay two against his thunder team. That's why I'm a back to thunder here. They're at home. They are getting a bulls team that's struggling. And the line is just so fishy. It's like, what is the market know here? But I'll trust the thunder in their ATS record, all season long. You've had to kind of give Oklahoma City too many points based on their ability to cover against the spread. Right now this season, just overall the Oklahoma City Thunder have the second best cover percentage in the NBA at 29, 16 and one that's just a percentage point and a half behind Cleveland. Cleveland was the best ATS team, Oklahoma City is number two at 29 16 and one. So the market has been wrong on them all season long. I'll try and lean into that against a team that is clearly superior, but is down a few key players right now. And Zach Levine and Lonzo Ball. Alex Crusoe, of course, out as well as Chicago bands, fans are really ticked at grace and Allen for causing that injury. So white NBA slate, that's how Aaron.

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DeRozan, Vucevic lead way as Bulls hold off Cavs 117-104

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

DeRozan, Vucevic lead way as Bulls hold off Cavs 117-104

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DeRozan scores 37 as Bulls beat Celtics 128-114 to reach 6-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

DeRozan scores 37 as Bulls beat Celtics 128-114 to reach 6-1

"The martyr Roseanne poured in thirty seven points in the polls rallied from nineteen down in the second half to beat the Celtics one twenty eight one fourteen Zach lavine's scored twenty six points to help Chicago outscored Boston thirty nine eleven in the fourth quarter Nikola vucevic chat eleven points ten rebounds and nine assists for the six and one bulls rookie I would assume got into the scoring mix with a season high fourteen points including a trade the put your cargo up one oh six one oh five Jaylen brown scored twenty eight for the Celtics who have lost three in a row to fall to two one five I'm Dave Ferrie

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Walker, Knicks hang on, deal Bulls first loss 104-103

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Walker, Knicks hang on, deal Bulls first loss 104-103

"Julius Randle just missed a triple double as the Knicks held off the bulls one oh four one oh three the next lead one oh four ninety one with three minutes left but the bulls scored the next twelve points and had a chance to win but the martyr Rosen's last second shot was way off Randall finished with thirteen points sixteen rebounds and nine assists for the bulls EC living had twenty five points with Nikola vucevic adding twenty two into Rosen had twenty and with the final result both teams records are now Ford one David Shuster Chicago

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Chicago Bulls Add Free Agents Stanley Johnson and Alize Johnson to Roster

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Chicago Bulls Add Free Agents Stanley Johnson and Alize Johnson to Roster

"Signed a couple of players Elise Johnson and Stanley Johnson. So I ask you if you look at the front court depth now for this Bulls team Alice Johnson, Stanley Johnson, Nicola Vucevic's Marko Simonovic and Tony Bradley shot or no shot. There should be real concerns about the Bulls front court heading into this upcoming season. I would say, absolute shot. But what I will say, is, despite the fact that the front court is a little lacking the truth is that what the Bulls for an office has done in this offseason rebuilding the entire roster for the most part, and I'll add Brian, just the fact that they were able to get something for Lowey Lowry marketing much less a first round pick, I'll be it lottery protected. To pull that off was something and they are restoring my faith in that office that has been missing for a long, long time. And, of course, speaking of the Bulls for an office in general Yeah, one thing about this front

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LaVine, Vucevic lead Bulls past Raptors

The Free Agents

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

LaVine, Vucevic lead Bulls past Raptors

"Let's move to the bad losses from last night tasks we'll go to 'cause we had cory joseph having a season high twenty four points in his first game against his former team as the shorthanded. Pistons beat the kings one. Thirteen one hundred one. And then levine. Each scored twenty two points as the bulls beat the raptors pretty handily.

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Gordon's 38 points lift Magic past Nets, 121-113

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Gordon's 38 points lift Magic past Nets, 121-113

"Eric Gordon poured in a season high thirty eight points in the magic held off a fourth quarter charge to end the net six game winning streak one twenty one one thirteen Kerr together is a collective effort and you know that they can score in bunches and yeah we stay composed and we continue to execute Evan Fournier had thirty one points for the magic who overcame Kyra Irving season high forty three points to end a nine game losing streak Nikola vucevic added twenty two points fourteen rebounds and eight assists for Orlando the magic lead one oh three eighty four through three quarters but the nets opened the fourth with a sixteen one run nets guard James harden scored nineteen points but missed eleven of his fifteen shots I'm Dave Ferrie

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Celtics Trade Rumors: Nikola Vucevic

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Celtics Trade Rumors: Nikola Vucevic

"Do have interesting trade rumors. We didn't want to wait till after to get to them and they involve a bunch of big names that we've been kicking around on the thread on the on the live streams all of this time some really big fish out there. The Celtics are supposedly in on so we'll go Name by name. But again, this is Shams very plugged in the Athletic Club throwing out vucevic throwing out Jeremy Grant throwing out Harrison Barnes. These are all enticing names and honestly those three plus there and Gordon are probably the big fish house on the market Garden Of course dealing with the sprained ankle. So teams are wait and see there but those are the big names out there. We've been hearing them all the time. I'm going to start with Bobby's boy boo Savages. Part of that report was that it's going to be a massive Hall that we've been debating on all day Bobby what that actually entails but first this you turned on this guy meaning turned back towards this guy as Gore guy tell us why tell us what you think what you'd be willing to give up here for the Celtics to get it done. So I was never the biggest fan him and the sticks were previously invested in him during that Kemba Walker offseason. They were hot on him cuz they had the max cap space after Kyrie and Mortadella could have filled him down the middle. So there's a connection there. Obviously Kemba came along and grab that bone. Now, you have the chance to have four All-Stars on the team of chemicals affect them. They hated it. Yeah, and I still don't love it now, but I think context is everything you don't have cap space forever now wage only so many ways you can improve in the future. So why not grab the best player available? And I think out of all the options were going to talk about today. This guy's an All-Star. He pushes 30 points a game on many birth. It's eye dominant. Rebounder. Probably one of the best rebounders in basketball this year defense. We'll see I think it's all situational but he's kind of a disaster down there in Orlando defensive or a that could change in Boston and the three-point shot by zone is the best 3-point shooter above the break and basketball this year. So that's perfect in Boston pick-and-pop off and he'd get open shots above the are called a there he can post up he's seven feet. I know people will love that. He's a real big so he just give them a bunch of different options and outlets for offense and size that they don't have right now and this is what I love about and to John if they can find a way to clear types in a potential deal here clear Thompson in a game here and you're left with Rob and bukovic. See the dream. That's the dream. So look at it this way though. If you're the other team coming back, your don't want to take on Thompson or Thai so, you know, Rob is automatic berth. Certainly, if you're going to go big, you know to go get somebody else's big. I don't see any world in which you make a trade really any trade at this point in Rob Williams is still a Celtic. So anybody at home saying do do it do it I think has to get used to kind of giving up on their Binky which is Rob Williams, which is going to be hard for a lot of Celtics fans to be able to live with that.

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Vucevic has triple-double, Magic rally to beat Warriors

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Vucevic has triple-double, Magic rally to beat Warriors

"The call of Ludovic recorded his third triple double of the magical overcame a thirteen point fourth quarter deficit to beat the warriors won twenty four one twenty which which made two free throws with sixteen seconds left and finished with thirty points sixteen rebounds and ten assists Orlando led by thirteen at halftime and by as much as seventeen in the third quarter before Golden State at least a fifty two twenty two run over a twelve minute stretch of the second half Stephan curry finished with twenty nine points but he missed a potential game tying off balance three pointer from twenty seven feet with five seconds left I'm Dave very

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Ross scores season-high 30, Magic rally past Knicks 107-89

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Ross scores season-high 30, Magic rally past Knicks 107-89

"The magic ended the next three game winning streak by rallying for a one oh seven eighty nine victory in Orlando Terrence Ross scored eighteen of his season high thirty points in the second half and help the magical on the twenty five eight run over the final nine minutes of the third quarter Nikola vucevic provided sixteen points and seventeen rebounds in his twenty eighth double double of the season every forty A. added nineteen points for the magic who were sixteen of thirty four from three point range the next shot just twenty five percent in the second half Julius Randle had twenty five points and seven rebounds for New York I'm Dave Ferrie

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"vucevic " Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"vucevic " Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Trying to be psychological and manipulating his position with Dak, Give it up, Jerry, you're a lost cause. What do you mean? Like Gerald, What does that get you other than people talking about you again and pissing off, Jack. What do you mean? What I mean is what does that get you other than people talking about you How out of touch you are. Pissing off, Jack. What do you mean? You have to pay the guy anyway? Right? You should have already taken care of this. What do you mean? You know what I mean? Like you know what that's like Jerry. That's like circumcising, a mosquito circumcising the mosquito. That's what that's like. What do you mean? Jamie Green Bay Tweets. Doc, Excuse me. My bad. Come. Excuse me, my bath son, the Cowboys media team. But it's not their bad. You know exactly what you were doing online generally. How could they not? How could they not? Something like that could never, ever, ever, ever get produced and then drop without them not knowing that their franchise quarterback was not a part of come on. Come on, Dom. Excuse may come. We did it on purpose. My bad, my friend. I'm like good my good. We know we're doing my bad. My good My good. You got a beef? Do you have a beef? You want to get yourself together with that beef? You want to call with that beef? You want to tweak that beef? You want to email that beef? You wanna put that beef on my Facebook page? Any the platform's just know that the beef window the window where that gigantic plastic tower of beef gets rolled in here, or what's left of that gigantic plastic tower of beef? The old man. Ike has not murdered. Mm beef that's coming up in 10 20. Teriyaki hot and spicy. Mm freebie for me. Mm Al B U N and b both stay away from my body. Mm. My beef and the That's coming up 10 20, then attempt 40. Um, I come by Johnson. J. Torre. Paro joins us top of our number three We're talking Orlando Magic Basketball Nicola Vucevic. Also in our number three. We're talking hockey. Can I get the sound or.

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Antetokounmpo, Bucks pull away late to beat Magic 121-99

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Antetokounmpo, Bucks pull away late to beat Magic 121-99

"The Milwaukee Bucks saw the return of their star Jana said that a combo in a one twenty one ninety nine victory against the magic in Orlando the back spasms that were bothering the Greek freak were massaged out as he put up twenty two point six rebounds and four assists to lead his team Buck said coach Mike Budenholzer says he liked what he saw from his guys to make a fourth quarter just meant to stop the magic I thought you know we made a more forums and overall you know there was that you know there was a lot of good activity on Gordon and vucevic seven Ross really to contain him to Orlando it was center nik vucevic who led the team with twenty eight points and thirteen rebounds the magic have now lost three straight to fall the six and five just behind the box now in the east Kyle Cassandra Orlando

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Vucevic has double-double as Magic beat Thunder 118-107

CBS Sports Radio

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

Vucevic has double-double as Magic beat Thunder 118-107

"The magic or foreign only call of Vucevic score. 28 10 rebounds in Orlando's 1 18 1 of seven win over the thunder the

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"vucevic " Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on AP News

"Robert O'Neil tweeted about his experience with Delta Airlines. He posted a selfie with no mask on a Delta connection flight Wednesday from Minneapolis to Newark, New Jersey That tweet was taken down. But the next day, he tweeted Thank God, it wasn't Delta flying us in when we killed bin Laden. We weren't wearing masks. Delta says that prior to travelling, every passenger is required to acknowledge their updated travel policies, which include wearing a mask. And that failure to comply can result in losing the ability to fly Delta in the future. O'Neill came forward in 2014 3, years after the raid on Osama bin Laden is compound to say he fired the shots that killed the terrorist leader. I'm Jackie Quinn, the former Navy seal who said he killed Osama bin Laden has been banned from a domestic airline for refusing to keep on his face mask. Robert O'Neil tweeted about his experience with Delta Airlines. He posted a selfie with no mask on a Delta connection flight Wednesday from Minneapolis to Newark, New Jersey That tweet was taken down. But the next day, he tweeted Thank God, it wasn't Delta flying us in when we killed bin Laden. We weren't wearing masks. Delta says that prior to travelling, every passenger is required to acknowledge their updated travel policies, which include wearing a mask. And that failure to comply can result in losing the ability to fly Delta in the future. O'Neill came forward in 2014 3, years after the raid on Osama bin Laden is compound to say he fired the shots that killed the terrorist leader. I'm Jackie Quinn. Yannis. Lieutenant Cooper led the way with 28 points in 20 rebounds for the Bucks. Brook Lopez finished with 20 points and pack cannot netted 15 on five of eight from three point range. A magic mist 13 straight field goal attempts in the first period and 19 of 20 at one point allowing Milwaukee to surge ahead. Nikola Vucevic had 32 points for Orlando..

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"vucevic " Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"So in my opinion, kyri has not only turns of his arm core performance, but his brand of leadership what he says in the press conferences. He'd never you. Never leave a press covers Kibble Walker scratch your head. What if he's with you or not, you know, he's winning act like little whiny little garden tool. That was a rod. Raj really has a problem with. Yeah. You start to get about a Boston. That's all right. I see what you do. He's a Celtic fan appalls because I was looking at this AD films are all right number six. Yes. Nikola vucevic could shoot it the big man who's down in Orlando right now Trojan you twenty twelve. He can you make it a face. I just didn't type dudes don't do it for me. But go type of dates euros. They just told he's good key. I know, you know, we really good. Yeah. I know. But then they. I don't know. They just don't do it for me. I don't consider the Greek freak in that. You know, even though he's Greek. I don't really consider Hanes row to be American. He said you try to understand that. But I don't consider him in the I don't care what he's saying. He's bleak. Right. Black Greek something like that our number of the military or something probably Cray Thompson. I know he's not shooting the ball, particularly. Well, but Klay Thompson again is one of those cats that even if they're not shooting. Well, they're still helping you in many ways play defense. He's passes. He's making good decisions. And he's not gonna take bat shot. Now. How you got so good though because daddy. Studies a champion man to time to get all that. But I'm saying he couldn't hit have hit rock like play though, big man, he could shoot though back there. I mean, I don't know. What was he taking seven footers? I don't know how many book for big, man. He had a bit of a range in his free. Throw shooting was decent. Yeah. Big man, touch, Utah delay. We didn't take many of them. Not a big news. Now they were jumpers turnaround jump as they did. When he. Yeah. I'm real turnarounds. It will catch and just kind of. Tight around the chemo Lage. Number four Tobias Harris Tobias hairs is one of those passes. These go to be expensive, which is why he's up little bit higher list. Because I think he's kinda worth the money. I think he's made himself too. Nice little player. He's a cat agai who snug in trouble. He's barked abo-. He's gonna be good for buckets. He's learning more and more about defense. And and he's showed an ability to play well off the ball. So that means it's not gonna take time to get paired with LeBron James. You're not worried that he scuffled a little bit in this series. No, not at all. Because they gotta name. They've got him garden who'd guard coli. Yes, that's a hard hard hard. Heard any being a freak number three number three Jimmy Butler. Who's also get work by. But at least he's trying and Jimmy Butler on the office of and is going to give you some stuff. But there's another guy who does the body get his point is he a guy though that could mesh with a LeBron James from a personality standpoint, though, I think so because he reminds me a lot of all the great athletes who only really get upset when they're not doing the things they're supposed to be doing. I don't really see Jimmy Butler causing trouble just for the sake of causing trouble. I see of causing trouble when he looks. And he's squad. That's not getting the job done when you pay it off in abroad. James he's going to be the same page in terms of that's sort of been talented. Jimmy Butler turns thirty the beginning of next season. That concern you at all LeBron James is forty five as LeBron. I mean, no, it doesn't concern me. Doesn't concern? Number two. Kevin durant? Yeah. Sure. And. Yeah. Okay. Explain Katie should leave if they lose he's leaving leave if they lose it come to LA..

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"vucevic " Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"But yeah, I mean to me that's a no-brainer. Would you get would you include Josh heart that Josh ours work at tar Josh art in a first rounder for Nikola USA zoo. No, just Josh art. You think that gets it done for nickel nickeled, which is an all star. He has an all star. I just don't see expiring contract that where you're not going to get back in. You're not gonna sign him. He's not something form. Like, you always say he's nine. Yeah. I probably would. But I mean, if you're a Landau what's the best deal? You're going to get would you move zoo bots for what are Landau? It's gonna win is is is a number one pick. And maybe a second rounder also. Okay. And and zoo bats, which in the NBA would be your whole draft because there's only two rounds? I mean, it's Nikola vucevic. I mean, it's an all star. Would you do? It's a guy who you could you have his bird rights if you learned to sign him this summer Kay. I'm gonna make it harder on Ken. A first a second heart and zoo. You do it. For an expiring contract, but you'd have his bird rights, and he's a potential all star. You're you're not giving up any starters. God, I love heart. And you might have throw Casey p in there to make the money work. I would do it. That's these are the types of decisions that are really hard because still can rob. You've still kept Lonzo coups MMA and Ingram if it comes time to try. Although if you how loose a bitch than here's the problem with that deal. You just took. Can you any superstar coming from another team K in a trade right by Anthony Davis is going to require multiple picks? And you just gave away your next to picks in the.

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"It was goalie because it would my size, and my big arms and hands cover a lot of space. So, but it sounds it was goalie. So we were talking about this before we went on about international basketball. And you know, you play for Montenegro, and you work to build a program at a team and think your dad played for the old Yugoslavia team. Right. Yeah. How much of that? It's the find a lot of guys lot. Especially a lot of international players. I think guys have built hall of fame careers like I always felt Monge and belief never he'd never played a minute in the NBA if you just looked at his international resume. He's a hall of fame player like he built a hall of fame Kranitz national team what he did with Argentina. Then obviously what he did with the Spurs in the NBA. But like the impact I think especially for European players and the pressure that European players have that they have to invest in their national team, the US you could be a great unites. There's so many of them if you don't wanna go play one summer. You don't have to go play. And you don't have. To do as much of the qualifying. And that but it's really takes toll on guys from Europe. Because there's a almost responsibility that they expect you to come back and play and after long NBA season. It's a lot of basketball. No, it is, you know, at the same time, it is phone to represent your country. No, it is different. Because you know, the US, you know, itself is like one no huge country. And it was like you you look like you're a pretty on like it's almost the same size as far as a big is. But and Europe every country so much so many smaller countries. And so there's just more of that. I don't know if I if the right word word is culture or just different fields play for national team. Also, I think he goes back to you know, even like before in the seventies eighties. You know, people always pay for national team in. In europe. And as to where in the US to NBA players start playing until later, so think just no different history behind everything. Now players she NBA players data go and play more and more for the US at Olympics. You under- world championship in Europe. You'll how to European basket, you know, which is big for us there. So I think it's just kind of different way of, you know, growing up how before you almost like I remember before like the national team was almost bigger for you, which whatever you do with your club. No. It was good. But the national team if you could win with them, it was meant so much more. I think this is the way we grew up. You know, we kinda had that enough. And we enjoy going back and playing it's an it's not always easy. You know, sometimes when we don't play for whatever reasons, we have, you know, you know, there's no negative comments behind in everything. And so it was easy. If you go play, and you don't necessarily have good tournament or something, you know, then you get criticized and everything, but you like what came to play not spend my son. Playing. So could be a no win. It's part of it. You know? But today if you do win, you look like, for example, like, you know, pound market saw they've won so much Spain. You know, it's that's something that always you know, they like heroes in Spain. No matter what. Now, and no big like, they could have the worst NBA carries which had great Bose saying could have really bad and be careers, but have great success was pain, and it'll be like God's and Spain. So there's this way it is in Europe for us. Because people also it's it's not as easy for them to follow the NBA because at the time difference and everything, you know, when Spain place, for example, the whole country follows, you know, same like for everything. So I think it's things just different kind of cultural thing the way we grew up in maybe guys grew up here. Nick, I appreciate you doing this. I believe I'm going to see you in Charlotte. So got a little time to wait on that. But congrats on a great season. Man. You got some mortgage here to still get back into the Eastern Conference playoffs, but they should do in this. Thank you for having me..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"It was goalie because it would my size, and my big arms and hands cover a lot of space. So, but it sounds it was goalie. So we were talking about this before we went on about international basketball. And you know, you play for Montenegro, and you work to build a program at a team and think your dad played for the old Yugoslavia team. Right. Yeah. How much of that? It's the find a lot of guys lot. Especially a lot of international players. I think guys have built hall of fame careers like I always felt Monge and belief never he'd never played a minute in the NBA if you just looked at his international resume. He's a hall of fame player like he built a hall of fame Kranitz national team what he did with Argentina. Then obviously what he did with the Spurs in the NBA. But like the impact I think especially for European players and the pressure that European players have that they have to invest in their national team, the US you could be a great unites. There's so many of them if you don't wanna go play one summer. You don't have to go play. And you don't have. To do as much of the qualifying. And that but it's really takes toll on guys from Europe. Because there's a almost responsibility that they expect you to come back and play and after long NBA season. It's a lot of basketball. No, it is, you know, at the same time, it is phone to represent your country. No, it is different. Because you know, the US, you know, itself is like one no huge country. And it was like you you look like you're a pretty on like it's almost the same size as far as a big is. But and Europe every country so much so many smaller countries. And so there's just more of that. I don't know if I if the right word word is culture or just different fields play for national team. Also, I think he goes back to you know, even like before in the seventies eighties. You know, people always pay for national team in. In europe. And as to where in the US to NBA players start playing until later, so think just no different history behind everything. Now players she NBA players data go and play more and more for the US at Olympics. You under- world championship in Europe. You'll how to European basket, you know, which is big for us there. So I think it's just kind of different way of, you know, growing up how before you almost like I remember before like the national team was almost bigger for you, which whatever you do with your club. No. It was good. But the national team if you could win with them, it was meant so much more. I think this is the way we grew up. You know, we kinda had that enough. And we enjoy going back and playing it's an it's not always easy. You know, sometimes when we don't play for whatever reasons, we have, you know, you know, there's no negative comments behind in everything. And so it was easy. If you go play, and you don't necessarily have good tournament or something, you know, then you get criticized and everything, but you like what came to play not spend my son. Playing. So could be a no win. It's part of it. You know? But today if you do win, you look like, for example, like, you know, pound market saw they've won so much Spain. You know, it's that's something that always you know, they like heroes in Spain. No matter what. Now, and no big like, they could have the worst NBA carries which had great Bose saying could have really bad and be careers, but have great success was pain, and it'll be like God's and Spain. So there's this way it is in Europe for us. Because people also it's it's not as easy for them to follow the NBA because at the time difference and everything, you know, when Spain place, for example, the whole country follows, you know, same like for everything. So I think it's things just different kind of cultural thing the way we grew up in maybe guys grew up here. Nick, I appreciate you doing this. I believe I'm going to see you in Charlotte. So got a little time to wait on that. But congrats on a great season. Man. You got some mortgage here to still get back into the Eastern Conference playoffs, but they should do in this. Thank you for having me..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"And he knows sometimes when we have tough loss or even a Goodwin or something to come in before practice and give us a message or something that in when you back at eighty no you see that. He was right in them as it has strong. Meaning for us. Has he changed the success? You've had with them and the relationship you built with them. And what you feel like you're might be building toward now, did it change your view of free agency. And how you looked at your future. Maybe before the season say this might be my last year here, you're going to be free agent. And you say like, I can't listen to more promises of what it's going to be. Maybe I want to see what else is going on somewhere else. Is your view of that different now because of the few months with him? I mean, honestly before she's in heaven. Of given it much taught because I wanted to do once it happens and kind of look back at everything and see then what I would decide, but for sure that you know, you know, this year coach cliff knows been great for me. And I know for sure I will, you know, look that when I when the time comes to make my decision, but I think that's, you know, still the far away from now I like to not focus on those things because it's so much in advance as much. Far away from now soldiers, you know, when the time comes out definitely look at all that that's definitely going to be an important factor in my decision because those are the most important things at the end of the day. And so I don't I love human time comes know, what what will decide and everything even from when you came into the league, what free agency has become in the NBA the attention. It gets the spectacle. It's become does it feel that it's grown sort of exponential. Even you haven't been in the league that long, but almost two thousand eleven almost feels like a different time in the NBA does for sure I it's it's changed a lot since I've came into the league. I mean, maybe kinda started. We know what that year when LeBron year before absolute Bosh when because that was such a huge thing that may be one of the biggest free agency years in history. I don't think it'd be one right? So that was just think that kind of started at all. I mean, also today, you know, would no social media. And you know, there's much more you have access to money. More information think, you know, just people do, you know us much more to know bluff starting formation to make. No, I think it's good. You know, it's a I mean, we're all our, you know, July first second we all in our phones looking at what's going on with happening who Saini where I think it's phone. You know, it's kinda like, you know, the same thing as you know, in soccer when it transfer markets open. Now, everybody's you know, I read as, you know, obviously takes sometimes it's slower than UBA 'cause you're gonna be, you know, happy quicker, but he kinda, you know excited. See what's going to happen and things good for the league? You know to have that, you know, gone crazy his going on a rounded and into for people to follow differently brings good things due to the NBA. You mentioned soccer that you played more soccer than basketball at a young age. Right. I never played for like a like a club or something like organized Buddha. Yeah. Outside of every kid. My practice for basketball. I've never really played with my friends in jail in especially in Belgium, all play soccer. So that's all what I played wasn't wasn't very good. But I still played it and you play when you were bigger than everybody else to was..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"And he knows sometimes when we have tough loss or even a Goodwin or something to come in before practice and give us a message or something that in when you back at eighty no you see that. He was right in them as it has strong. Meaning for us. Has he changed the success? You've had with them and the relationship you built with them. And what you feel like you're might be building toward now, did it change your view of free agency. And how you looked at your future. Maybe before the season say this might be my last year here, you're going to be free agent. And you say like, I can't listen to more promises of what it's going to be. Maybe I want to see what else is going on somewhere else. Is your view of that different now because of the few months with him? I mean, honestly before she's in heaven. Of given it much taught because I wanted to do once it happens and kind of look back at everything and see then what I would decide, but for sure that you know, you know, this year coach cliff knows been great for me. And I know for sure I will, you know, look that when I when the time comes to make my decision, but I think that's, you know, still the far away from now I like to not focus on those things because it's so much in advance as much. Far away from now soldiers, you know, when the time comes out definitely look at all that that's definitely going to be an important factor in my decision because those are the most important things at the end of the day. And so I don't I love human time comes know, what what will decide and everything even from when you came into the league, what free agency has become in the NBA the attention. It gets the spectacle. It's become does it feel that it's grown sort of exponential. Even you haven't been in the league that long, but almost two thousand eleven almost feels like a different time in the NBA does for sure I it's it's changed a lot since I've came into the league. I mean, maybe kinda started. We know what that year when LeBron year before absolute Bosh when because that was such a huge thing that may be one of the biggest free agency years in history. I don't think it'd be one right? So that was just think that kind of started at all. I mean, also today, you know, would no social media. And you know, there's much more you have access to money. More information think, you know, just people do, you know us much more to know bluff starting formation to make. No, I think it's good. You know, it's a I mean, we're all our, you know, July first second we all in our phones looking at what's going on with happening who Saini where I think it's phone. You know, it's kinda like, you know, the same thing as you know, in soccer when it transfer markets open. Now, everybody's you know, I read as, you know, obviously takes sometimes it's slower than UBA 'cause you're gonna be, you know, happy quicker, but he kinda, you know excited. See what's going to happen and things good for the league? You know to have that, you know, gone crazy his going on a rounded and into for people to follow differently brings good things due to the NBA. You mentioned soccer that you played more soccer than basketball at a young age. Right. I never played for like a like a club or something like organized Buddha. Yeah. Outside of every kid. My practice for basketball. I've never really played with my friends in jail in especially in Belgium, all play soccer. So that's all what I played wasn't wasn't very good. But I still played it and you play when you were bigger than everybody else to was..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"When you look at the core of players you've had there, and it wasn't like, you know, you look at rob Hennigan, and Scott Perry, and Matt Lloyd was on that staff, and he's still there would Jeff Weltman and John Hammond. They drafted pretty well. And you had really good young players. And you came when you look at that fourteen trade, you're part of Orlando made out the best. Now, it would Dalal remain a very good player for a long time. He went to Denver, but he ended up leaving and going to Golden State and obviously buying them. Dwight Howard didn't work out for the teams. They went to really so bring you in. And then, you know, JJ Rettig, and I think Jay would have stayed in Orlando JJ ever really wanted to leave. I think if they wanted to resign him he would have stayed and then Tobias Harris comes in. And then he's out and obviously go through the players you had Victor depot and Savona who you never got the play with. Maybe if there had been more patients, and it wasn't let's cash young guys for this veteran or that veteran like when you look back, and you said if we had just stayed the course with. Core. We'd be like this perennial playoff team in the east. Right. I mean is that how you see it? I think so you know, we had some very good young pieces. You know, especially look, I mean, you never know what can happen. You know? I was you know, Vicki Wynn. I Oklahoma City in anyone's Indiana, and he exploded there. So you don't know if the same would have happened. That's us. But because Victor told me if he hadn't spent that you with Westbrook felt that you would Westbrook prepared him to do what he didn't Indiana. You're right. Would it have just naturally or did he need thing? You don't exactly know. Tobias while he you know Tobias. You know, you knew then you know, how good he was going to be. I mean, because well, you know, he's shown his potential, but sometimes, you know, for certain teams that happens a lot, you know, a guy plays for certain team low while young guy, and it doesn't necessarily it works out. But it's not maybe potential everybody thought. And then he goes somewhere else, and he exposed there. He plays. Really? Well, so it's hard to say, I think that we if we AllState together, it would have been a good team in especially because we would have played together for so long, and they would have been so special about it because we all came to get out of their young age. But you know, it's it's hard to say. I mean, I had mentioned once before that, you know, those moves really work out. But you know, I it's it's the way it is. You know, sometimes you make good move. Sometimes you don't, you know, sometimes things work out. Sometimes they don't windows moves. Nowhere made. No for us. You know, we thought it. Okay. You know, it could be good. They did end. So. It's hard to say that I think that for sure if we're still together it'd be pretty good team. Do you feel have you grown to feel this year that Steve Clifford was kind of the coach you've been waiting for in your career? Maybe didn't know it..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"When you look at the core of players you've had there, and it wasn't like, you know, you look at rob Hennigan, and Scott Perry, and Matt Lloyd was on that staff, and he's still there would Jeff Weltman and John Hammond. They drafted pretty well. And you had really good young players. And you came when you look at that fourteen trade, you're part of Orlando made out the best. Now, it would Dalal remain a very good player for a long time. He went to Denver, but he ended up leaving and going to Golden State and obviously buying them. Dwight Howard didn't work out for the teams. They went to really so bring you in. And then, you know, JJ Rettig, and I think Jay would have stayed in Orlando JJ ever really wanted to leave. I think if they wanted to resign him he would have stayed and then Tobias Harris comes in. And then he's out and obviously go through the players you had Victor depot and Savona who you never got the play with. Maybe if there had been more patients, and it wasn't let's cash young guys for this veteran or that veteran like when you look back, and you said if we had just stayed the course with. Core. We'd be like this perennial playoff team in the east. Right. I mean is that how you see it? I think so you know, we had some very good young pieces. You know, especially look, I mean, you never know what can happen. You know? I was you know, Vicki Wynn. I Oklahoma City in anyone's Indiana, and he exploded there. So you don't know if the same would have happened. That's us. But because Victor told me if he hadn't spent that you with Westbrook felt that you would Westbrook prepared him to do what he didn't Indiana. You're right. Would it have just naturally or did he need thing? You don't exactly know. Tobias while he you know Tobias. You know, you knew then you know, how good he was going to be. I mean, because well, you know, he's shown his potential, but sometimes, you know, for certain teams that happens a lot, you know, a guy plays for certain team low while young guy, and it doesn't necessarily it works out. But it's not maybe potential everybody thought. And then he goes somewhere else, and he exposed there. He plays. Really? Well, so it's hard to say, I think that we if we AllState together, it would have been a good team in especially because we would have played together for so long, and they would have been so special about it because we all came to get out of their young age. But you know, it's it's hard to say. I mean, I had mentioned once before that, you know, those moves really work out. But you know, I it's it's the way it is. You know, sometimes you make good move. Sometimes you don't, you know, sometimes things work out. Sometimes they don't windows moves. Nowhere made. No for us. You know, we thought it. Okay. You know, it could be good. They did end. So. It's hard to say that I think that for sure if we're still together it'd be pretty good team. Do you feel have you grown to feel this year that Steve Clifford was kind of the coach you've been waiting for in your career? Maybe didn't know it..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"W O J to get ten percent off. To me. This was always like a really interesting season. And it was an interesting team you came into the league in the lockout year, and you go to Philadelphia and a very veteran team and a coach Doug Collins, who is I think very focused on playing veterans. And you look at that team you around. Andrea Dala, drew holiday, Lou Williams, brand L brand was right. What was it like being a young player on that team and a young player playing for Doug Collins that I don't think that was an easy year for you? It wasn't easy. I should have. I. I was actually playing a good amount of minutes. I had my chains. And I had some games where started play big minutes. It wasn't always consistent. You know? In part of it was also know me as a rookie. I was annot is, you know, playing a the my best which think is normal for a young guy. And now we're in a position where we're trying to really make ploughs and we start off really well, and then we had we hit a slump a little bit. So he was relying more veteran guys. And you know, a lot of people kind of look back in like, well, you know, now, he's like, you know, playing really well, and then they didn't give him a chance. But realities also, you know, I was a young big, man. I was in nearly as good as m now, and so it was normal that, you know, he had more confidence in veteran guys in an extra to me was a great learning experience to understand that is not just going to be given. You know, you have to earn it. And I think that was one of the best things that happen to me because you know, when you're in college and a high level your starter you play big minutes. You know, everything's just kinda given to you. You know, that you can just go and bring somebody in whenever they want it gains, his trade or whatever. So you you just. Play regardless. And then so when you get via tradition is not always easy. So I think that you're was huge for me to get that understand that hey, MBA's a whole different animal, then college nothing is going to be given to you. You really have to earn it. So that year was a grill learning experience for me. Once I got traded Orlando, and it's it opened up much more from me. But always look back at that was Ellen the player the veteran that you gravitated toward and that team. Well, it was him. And then we have Spencer Hawes Toni T daddy's young was there at my position as well. All of them helped me a lot knows a lot of it was really a Spencer, and Tony and Andrea dollar those three guys really really helped me a lot. But they also have in veteran guys, especially being so really all those guys can really learn a lot from them. It was an old school. Rod Thorn was the GM. It was an old school organization at that time. It was it was I mean, but she look at to a replay into now, you could say it was an old cool that it was. Only like seven years ago. But it was a good team. I mean, we went to second round of offs. We lost Boston game. Seven those great series to be part of M play much. But just to be part A-Team team watch all the games he had to prepare and everything it was just amazing part of. And that's the night when Derrick rose goes down. What do you remember about that moment watching him down and realized right away? It was it was a big injury. He was at the top of his game. I felt I felt really really bad and sad for him. Because I was a big fan of Derrick rose just the way you was playing a game. You know, he didn't really care for anything. But just to play and he was always playing a lot energy of fun to watch. And the bulls were good. I mean the first game we actually lost by more than twenty. I remember he had twenty one..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"W O J to get ten percent off. To me. This was always like a really interesting season. And it was an interesting team you came into the league in the lockout year, and you go to Philadelphia and a very veteran team and a coach Doug Collins, who is I think very focused on playing veterans. And you look at that team you around. Andrea Dala, drew holiday, Lou Williams, brand L brand was right. What was it like being a young player on that team and a young player playing for Doug Collins that I don't think that was an easy year for you? It wasn't easy. I should have. I. I was actually playing a good amount of minutes. I had my chains. And I had some games where started play big minutes. It wasn't always consistent. You know? In part of it was also know me as a rookie. I was annot is, you know, playing a the my best which think is normal for a young guy. And now we're in a position where we're trying to really make ploughs and we start off really well, and then we had we hit a slump a little bit. So he was relying more veteran guys. And you know, a lot of people kind of look back in like, well, you know, now, he's like, you know, playing really well, and then they didn't give him a chance. But realities also, you know, I was a young big, man. I was in nearly as good as m now, and so it was normal that, you know, he had more confidence in veteran guys in an extra to me was a great learning experience to understand that is not just going to be given. You know, you have to earn it. And I think that was one of the best things that happen to me because you know, when you're in college and a high level your starter you play big minutes. You know, everything's just kinda given to you. You know, that you can just go and bring somebody in whenever they want it gains, his trade or whatever. So you you just. Play regardless. And then so when you get via tradition is not always easy. So I think that you're was huge for me to get that understand that hey, MBA's a whole different animal, then college nothing is going to be given to you. You really have to earn it. So that year was a grill learning experience for me. Once I got traded Orlando, and it's it opened up much more from me. But always look back at that was Ellen the player the veteran that you gravitated toward and that team. Well, it was him. And then we have Spencer Hawes Toni T daddy's young was there at my position as well. All of them helped me a lot knows a lot of it was really a Spencer, and Tony and Andrea dollar those three guys really really helped me a lot. But they also have in veteran guys, especially being so really all those guys can really learn a lot from them. It was an old school. Rod Thorn was the GM. It was an old school organization at that time. It was it was I mean, but she look at to a replay into now, you could say it was an old cool that it was. Only like seven years ago. But it was a good team. I mean, we went to second round of offs. We lost Boston game. Seven those great series to be part of M play much. But just to be part A-Team team watch all the games he had to prepare and everything it was just amazing part of. And that's the night when Derrick rose goes down. What do you remember about that moment watching him down and realized right away? It was it was a big injury. He was at the top of his game. I felt I felt really really bad and sad for him. Because I was a big fan of Derrick rose just the way you was playing a game. You know, he didn't really care for anything. But just to play and he was always playing a lot energy of fun to watch. And the bulls were good. I mean the first game we actually lost by more than twenty. I remember he had twenty one..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

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03:29 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Because my dad played there at that time, and then we moved to Belgium. So I lived there for seven years. So yeah, you know, my mom and him. They made a decision that will follow him wherever he goes. And. So yet in a way, it was, you know, Senator on Tabasco, but at the same time whenever he was no not playing or anything. He would make sure this time with the family. Make sure we do stuff. But yeah, I mean at the same time, you know, it helped me, you know, living all these different countries. You know, see all these different cultures. Learn different languages spilled me as an a special position. And it's helped me would do a game as well. So I mean that was knows a kid. I was always the glow Kato's the sound of the wind of players on the team. Always, you know, wanna have people kids hanging out with me. So good position for me for sure. But it a lot of ways you are a late bloomer in basketball. I mean, you're. You weren't in a position to go in the draft out of school your freshman year. USC you came here and play year high school basketball went to USC and didn't play a lot at USC. There was nothing you were big and people thought I think the feeling we'll come back and see this guy, maybe junior senior year, he's a prospect. But it didn't just happen for you know, it didn't even when I was younger. When I first started playing basketball, I was a bit bigger than rested guys. But I was still wasn't like d'italia team Sashi started as a point guard. And then like until I was until I got to seventeen eighteen I've played every position. I went from one to three or four center action college play more two four. But yeah, it was you know, when I was like in my twelve thirteen fourteen you know, I was in like I was in the best player on my team. They were guys who better than me didn't wanna got a to college, especially my freshman year, guys like Taj Gibson in front of me and let other guys were older. And you know, I was just happy to play ten twelve fifteen minutes and don't just have a change. And then I think my my sophomore year in college. That's when I made the biggest jump, and that's when you know started realizing to have a real shot of being a really good player. But it wasn't Dan. I was really sure of the NBA would be realistic. But a new would have a change in in your in your league. Towards the end of my sophomore year. People started talking more about it. No, my coaches had mentioned it. And so that's when I realized that I had a change at new in my junior year would be a big for me. But I think a grew allowed from sixteen to eighteen but I didn't have the weight. So that was issue for me to play center, but oh so skinny and my sophomore junior was able to add weight and really work. My body. That's helped me really elevate my game and released shelf. My skill set who initially had the idea that you would come to the states go to high school and go to college and get an education because it was a big part of that for you was that always your thought or did someone come to you with that idea that, hey, this might make sense for, you know, actually, it was never really on on our my dad's in my mind before we were looking at options in Europe and one of our close friends from home. He he went to you. UCLA Nicola Dragevic that was back in seven think, and I was supposed to go to team in Serbia FM PD a lot of players told us each came from there and supposed to go there..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Because my dad played there at that time, and then we moved to Belgium. So I lived there for seven years. So yeah, you know, my mom and him. They made a decision that will follow him wherever he goes. And. So yet in a way, it was, you know, Senator on Tabasco, but at the same time whenever he was no not playing or anything. He would make sure this time with the family. Make sure we do stuff. But yeah, I mean at the same time, you know, it helped me, you know, living all these different countries. You know, see all these different cultures. Learn different languages spilled me as an a special position. And it's helped me would do a game as well. So I mean that was knows a kid. I was always the glow Kato's the sound of the wind of players on the team. Always, you know, wanna have people kids hanging out with me. So good position for me for sure. But it a lot of ways you are a late bloomer in basketball. I mean, you're. You weren't in a position to go in the draft out of school your freshman year. USC you came here and play year high school basketball went to USC and didn't play a lot at USC. There was nothing you were big and people thought I think the feeling we'll come back and see this guy, maybe junior senior year, he's a prospect. But it didn't just happen for you know, it didn't even when I was younger. When I first started playing basketball, I was a bit bigger than rested guys. But I was still wasn't like d'italia team Sashi started as a point guard. And then like until I was until I got to seventeen eighteen I've played every position. I went from one to three or four center action college play more two four. But yeah, it was you know, when I was like in my twelve thirteen fourteen you know, I was in like I was in the best player on my team. They were guys who better than me didn't wanna got a to college, especially my freshman year, guys like Taj Gibson in front of me and let other guys were older. And you know, I was just happy to play ten twelve fifteen minutes and don't just have a change. And then I think my my sophomore year in college. That's when I made the biggest jump, and that's when you know started realizing to have a real shot of being a really good player. But it wasn't Dan. I was really sure of the NBA would be realistic. But a new would have a change in in your in your league. Towards the end of my sophomore year. People started talking more about it. No, my coaches had mentioned it. And so that's when I realized that I had a change at new in my junior year would be a big for me. But I think a grew allowed from sixteen to eighteen but I didn't have the weight. So that was issue for me to play center, but oh so skinny and my sophomore junior was able to add weight and really work. My body. That's helped me really elevate my game and released shelf. My skill set who initially had the idea that you would come to the states go to high school and go to college and get an education because it was a big part of that for you was that always your thought or did someone come to you with that idea that, hey, this might make sense for, you know, actually, it was never really on on our my dad's in my mind before we were looking at options in Europe and one of our close friends from home. He he went to you. UCLA Nicola Dragevic that was back in seven think, and I was supposed to go to team in Serbia FM PD a lot of players told us each came from there and supposed to go there..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

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04:10 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Hey, everyone. Welcome into another edition of the whoa JR. Pod here in New York with Orlando. Magic center, Nicole vucevic who may very well soon be all star center. The Kolevic stay with us. Here with boots in lower Manhattan. Magic into play here. New york. Are you don't? Well, you doing good? So all anybody wants to talk to you about lately is all star the fan voting is done. Now, it goes to coaches media. Do you play that game? Like, you go down the rosters and go. Okay. Coaches selection on subs. I'm having a better year than that guy. That guy like is a human nature to go down the roster and say because when I do it with you and anyone else does it with you this year. It comes back to a very clear they cannot keep you out. You're an all star twenty twelve almost four assists over a block a game. You're an all star this year. Appreciate it. I don't really do that. I don't I don't try to think about it too much. Obviously last lately a lot of people talked about a lot of people that have been mentioning to me. I see you don't my Twitter and all that come up. But I just try not to think about it too much because nobody would affect me maybe a little bit. So just try to go now and keep playing high level. I noted I've had a very good season. So far in our player high level, I've been consistent in our noted of made my case to make it. So I hope that the coaches recognize that, but I try to mentally stay away from it as as much as I can because I don't wanna be distraction to me also the team as well. 'cause you know, we have a bigger picture which is for us to to to win some games and get back into eight spot. You know, the thing that people talk about you and some guys who've been in the organization as long as you have there's not many left, but there's some, and I think the one thing people really have appreciated about you is. You have been through lots of coaches, not just head coaches, but probably twenty assistant coaches and trainers, and there's been losing. And there's not many guys left standing from. When you came from Philly in the trade, and what people will say about you is. And I think they really appreciate is every single day you came in and just went to work, and you were professional every day. And I have to imagine there were times through those years where that was not as easy to do is that how you always approached it every day that if there's turmoil around here, this is a job I'm gonna come in. And do it the same way ahead. So we know I'm. Those are things that are out of my control. I can't really control. And so I always try to just focus on things that can't control which you know, my game. What can I do to help the team have my teammates to improve our team improve my game and inalso when you have all these distractions going on around and all that know the best way to not think about it. And not know keep it out of your mind is God and gym and work. And that's kind of our our place where we had peace, and we just do what we love the most. And so I mean, obviously, there's been a lot of changes have been Landau my seventh year here. Now coaches players assistant coaches, you know, even this year, we have new training staff. So there's been a lot of changes. But no as a player, and as a professional, you know, all you can do is do your job in my job is to be a biscuit can be dealing. Imagine your father Borislav pl-. Played almost twenty five years of professional basketball. And you've got to be a pro to play into your forties. And you grew up in gyms. It was really the family business. How much do you think you were influenced how you view professional basketball was viewed by watching and being around him as he worked and kept playing it in age where he was twice the age of guys? He was playing against. No, yeah..

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"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"vucevic " Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Hey, everyone. Welcome into another edition of the whoa JR. Pod here in New York with Orlando. Magic center, Nicole vucevic who may very well soon be all star center. The Kolevic stay with us. Here with boots in lower Manhattan. Magic into play here. New york. Are you don't? Well, you doing good? So all anybody wants to talk to you about lately is all star the fan voting is done. Now, it goes to coaches media. Do you play that game? Like, you go down the rosters and go. Okay. Coaches selection on subs. I'm having a better year than that guy. That guy like is a human nature to go down the roster and say because when I do it with you and anyone else does it with you this year. It comes back to a very clear they cannot keep you out. You're an all star twenty twelve almost four assists over a block a game. You're an all star this year. Appreciate it. I don't really do that. I don't I don't try to think about it too much. Obviously last lately a lot of people talked about a lot of people that have been mentioning to me. I see you don't my Twitter and all that come up. But I just try not to think about it too much because nobody would affect me maybe a little bit. So just try to go now and keep playing high level. I noted I've had a very good season. So far in our player high level, I've been consistent in our noted of made my case to make it. So I hope that the coaches recognize that, but I try to mentally stay away from it as as much as I can because I don't wanna be distraction to me also the team as well. 'cause you know, we have a bigger picture which is for us to to to win some games and get back into eight spot. You know, the thing that people talk about you and some guys who've been in the organization as long as you have there's not many left, but there's some, and I think the one thing people really have appreciated about you is. You have been through lots of coaches, not just head coaches, but probably twenty assistant coaches and trainers, and there's been losing. And there's not many guys left standing from. When you came from Philly in the trade, and what people will say about you is. And I think they really appreciate is every single day you came in and just went to work, and you were professional every day. And I have to imagine there were times through those years where that was not as easy to do is that how you always approached it every day that if there's turmoil around here, this is a job I'm gonna come in. And do it the same way ahead. So we know I'm. Those are things that are out of my control. I can't really control. And so I always try to just focus on things that can't control which you know, my game. What can I do to help the team have my teammates to improve our team improve my game and inalso when you have all these distractions going on around and all that know the best way to not think about it. And not know keep it out of your mind is God and gym and work. And that's kind of our our place where we had peace, and we just do what we love the most. And so I mean, obviously, there's been a lot of changes have been Landau my seventh year here. Now coaches players assistant coaches, you know, even this year, we have new training staff. So there's been a lot of changes. But no as a player, and as a professional, you know, all you can do is do your job in my job is to be a biscuit can be dealing. Imagine your father Borislav pl-. Played almost twenty five years of professional basketball. And you've got to be a pro to play into your forties. And you grew up in gyms. It was really the family business. How much do you think you were influenced how you view professional basketball was viewed by watching and being around him as he worked and kept playing it in age where he was twice the age of guys? He was playing against. No, yeah..

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