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Summer are welcome to the stream, man.
I know it's been a while since I've been here.
Been a while since I ran a SportsCastr stream in general.
Well, I've been busy doing other stuff.
I got a friend of mine who wants todo gaming streams on twitch.
And so I've been hosting a couple of those in the last couple days, and I can't do any kind of multi streaming because company I want to go through is having all kind of issues with that, so, you know, joy.
So I decided You know what? You know what happened to our You know, a true goat of the n B a.
Just it really sucks.
And it made me start thinking about some of the greatest things that's ever happened in my memory of teams and players that I absolutely loved, you know, favor and least favorite things that's ever happened.
And Johnny Bravo? The stakes were joined the Stream.
I appreciate you, um, because this is just awful.
Her Bryants, family, friends, acquaintances, ex teammates, uh, people who just knew the guy.
I mean, he seemed like a decent fella, right? Uh, nothing bad.
I won't say about him on here.
Just remember the good stuff about him.
Um, man, it's just it's just awful.
And then I started thinking about, you know, some of the things that I remember watching him do some of the stuff that I watched him do, and then it made me think, man, he's not the only one that really changed my perspective on sports in general throughout history.
So I decided, You know what? I want to make a stream about people who really, really made me excited about watching sports from early early age all the way up until now.
So here I've got some really Now, I know this right here is not fair because the same there in person.
But quite frankly, uh, it is the same person, but reinvented so actual.
And we'll start there because that is my earliest memory, right? My favorite moment and sports was being introduced Cuss sting, and they W c w back when he first started as a wrestler.
You know, fighting the four Hor*****.
You know, Ric Flair and ARN Anderson and all them guys, right? That's that's the lower guy right here.
The guy with the bleached flat top and the colorful pain on its face And, uh, just a really happy go.
Um, you won't always want to see him do the long splash as he ran across the ring and hit people watching just, you know, like they're stunned and hit the bat.
They walk over, drop the scorpion leg lock on him, and it be over right.
But his fights with Ric Flair were just outstanding.
I'm just out stand.
And then when I first saw him, he liked disappeared for the longest time.
Then he first saw him come out like this, right? Just like this right here.
You know, the crow Sting the moody, um, the moody guy who just will.
Not taking crap anymore.
You know, like a sick of people.
Yeah, and just it does Where does what he needed to be done.
He reinvented himself in a situation where the W C. W.
Was starting to tank, and he's single handedly saved WCW for a while.
And then, of course, you know, the whole it got bought out, Uh, kind of went down under, and Ted Turner would unable to save it no more.
Uh, w w they they could not by steam.
It's not this thing.
Didn't wanna play with does WW.
Well, it's the WWF not been, um uh, but stood for the World Wrestling Federation, But because of his contract, he was stuck, you know, he couldn't wrestle for it, ended up going toe another another place, and wrestled for them for a while.
And I kind of lost track because, Well, quite frankly, I got into guys like Reggie Miller, Marvin Harrison, Barry Larkin.
All right, Some of my favorite players.
I remember the guy behind me.
Marvin Harrison, this catch this catch that he did right here behind me.
That is the catch that may be realized.
Morbid was a mountain normal wide receiver.
Not normal at all.
I think it was against the Titans.
Uh, I'm sure a lot of you who are Colts fans who are watching this understands and knows exactly what I'm talking about.
He was racing up the middle of the field.
Peyton Manning was scanning the field.
He was wide open.
Payton lost this ball to him.
He dies completely.
Wars on with the field reaches out, grabs the ball one handed, stretched out as you could see, watches the ball, hit his hand, then looks down plants.
Is his other hand on the ground to turn his body to cradle the football.
That that ball did not touch the ground.
There was no chance of this being an incompletion.
Many people want to talk about that one handed tip to himself, catch against the Patriots and the I think it was a F C championship that made him go into the super more against the Bears.
Also awesome catch.
But this catch this catch made me open my eyes and go.
This boy's gonna be a hall of Famer someday.
A new riel, a lot of Reggie, Reggie Wayne, T. Y Hilton.
These guys in the last couple decades have been outstanding receivers for the Colts, but this guy was second to none, right? There's only a couple wide receivers in NFL history that could say they were as good or better than Marvin Harrison.
Not just as a wide receiver, but as a man on the field who just went in and done that talking about it off the field, issues he had off the field issues. Yes, he did.
A lot of people had off the field issues.
Uh, you're looking at the mania.
Thanks for joining the Stream.
I appreciate you being here.
I'm just talking about some of my favorite people in moments in sports history.
Marvin Harrison was just outstanding.
Uh, Reggie Miller.
What could I say about everybody knows this picture.
Everybody knows this picture of Reggie Miller.
The joke, right? Worries in Madison Square Garden.
You got Spike Lee on the sideline rooting on the Knicks, You know, they're down by by, like, 10 points with just a few minutes left in the fourth quarter, and Reggie scores, like was eight or nine points in like, eight seconds.
He makes a three steals, the ball runs that shoots three hits.
It steals the inbound ball runs that shoots the three is just unreal.
And that wasn't just what Reggie was good at.
Reggie was so good at so much.
Yes, he was a sharp shooter outside, you know, the three point range, but he for the best free throw shooters in in the history of the MBA, all right? I mean, he was just like money on that free throw line.
And when he went up to jump shoot and you were guarding him and if you were anywhere near him, he somehow was able to lean into you, shoot the ball, fall down on his back onto the onto the ground and drawl a penalty right foul.
Even if even if the foul was technically on Reggie Miller because he leaned into the guy back then they didn't care.
They still called it on the guy who was guarding it because there was contact me Leo.
Um, but I've seen him make a shot.
That was stupid.
Once I've seen a shot where he got bumped, fell down.
Knew it was a foul.
The whistle was going and he was almost to where his shoulder and head with hitting the ground, hitting the boards, right? Hey, just threw the ball up and he was maybe two feet inside.
The three point line just threw it out as he was falling down through it up.
Nothing but net.
Three point play.
Reggie Miller was something special.
Reggie Miller was something special made.
Made it to the UM Olympics.
Won a gold medal remain.
That's just unreal.
And he was with the team back when.
If it wasn't for the Chicago Bulls, the Pacers would have won championships.
But that was during the time when, when Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, we're just killing everybody out there in the NBA, you know, just just like they it was still playing.
You fully expected him, the windy and each image just like back when Kobe and Shaq was on the Lakers, you know, they're they're together.
You're expecting them to win the championship.
All right, Another guy I want to talk about right here.
Barry Larkin wasn't huge in the baseball what? I washed a little bit.
I watched Cincinnati Reds and I watched.
I mean, the Cincinnati around that time had some platelet Ken Griffey Jr.
You know a heck of a player outfielder, though.
Very. Larkin was special.
What? He's like Gold Glove. Alex.
Welcome to the stream, Alex.
I appreciate you, man.
I appreciate you being here.
Larkin was something special at shortstop.
He made me whenever I didn't play baseball.
That was the one thing I didn't.
I played softball outside of high school and college, and he was the guy that made me real life.
It's not just playing good offense, right? Baseball hitting the balls.
Not that that's not all you needed to do.
He wasn't known for hitting home runs.
Every fight he was just base hits.
As long as you get consistent base hits, you're helping the team.
Now, you know, he wasn't out there going for home run derby.
No, they get need to, but you're guaranteed that he was gonna get a batting average of around 3 40 or higher.
He was like Wade Boggs.
Kind of similar era.
Kind of similar player, right? Good.
good glove, um, and just guaranteed a base hit every time you got up there down there.
Guy who inspired me made me realize I didn't have to swing for the fences.
Man, when I was out there playing all I needed to do to help, my team will make sure that I got on base without getting out.
And if everybody did that, that's just run after run after run.
In today's day and age, it's all about me, me, me.
I gotta look special, you know? Not like it.
Not like the way it was back when the sport's first initiated.
And that's what got me in the sports.
It was about the family of the team is about winning together.
And that's how I feel about doing these broadcasts.
Winning together, right? I love having people with me, Jay.
Thanks for joining the Stream.
I appreciate it.
I'm bringing people one of my broadcast.
Uh, right now I'm talking to Jake Arthur from the Colts.
You know, he covers the Colts from Jill cults dot com.
We're talking about getting him on here and us having a little get together about, you know, the good, the bad and the ugly of the Colts last season, and maybe some things that they need to work on to get better.
I got some people from us and I'm talking about maybe getting on either their show or they're coming on our I want to do this.
I got people from YouTube, big YouTubers that I gain friendship with through doing podcasts.
I want to get out.
We're just a community, and this community needs to stick together so that not only is it for our own good, but before you guys as well you're sitting here and you need good con.
You need information.
You want to sit down and watch a stream like this and be like, Hey, you know, I'm having a great time.
I'm learning stuff.
I'm enjoying the show, and in order to do that, one mind does great, but if you get two or three or four guys who were sitting together, I don't even have to be like minded, you know, they could have completely, utterly different opinions, but you get him together and sit down and talk.
That's just better content for the viewer, and that's what I'm trying to get.
That's what I'm trying to establish.
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He's in here watching this broadcast.
He's part of unwrapped sports.
So many people in unwrapped sports that just do a great job covering either their team there, sport whatever.
I've seen so many of unwrap sports already come on in the last 24 hours.
Just talk about the Kobe Bryant situation and how they feel about it.
And there's a few times where I almost cried. Man.
His daughter, too.
Yeah, it's this awful situation, An awful situation.
My wife's making comments in the background.
Um, they're they're saying they still can't even identify the pilot.
The pilot of that holy crap, that's bad.
But so I sat here and talked about some of my favorite sports memories, things that made me love sports even more.
Do you guys have any moments or players or just people or anything like that that just made you absolutely love sports and won and made you get into it even more? Or Maybe there's a moment where you were like, outside.
Uh, he was liking it, and then you were like, Oh, man, it start to die off.
I'm losing my interest in and something happens.
Like staying here here did for me and wrestling because of Sting.
I knew the rock.
I knew who, uh, stone cold was because he kept me interested in wrestling.
Now, after that, that tear of people disappeared.
I started losing interest in wrestling, but, I mean, I could still talk about it.
I understand wrestling quite a bit.
One of my favorite moments.
Oh, the chip. They'll catch the Super Bowl.
Yeah, that was That was That was awesome.
Dude, I remember that moment.
Is that right? That was a pacer.
Yeah, that was my wife.
Just asked about the basketball player that ran up in the stands and beat up.
And yes, yes, that was actually they were getting booed.
And then they started throwing beers.
And then who was? What was his name? I can't remember his name.
No malice at the palace.
Yeah, wrong. Our test.
That's who it was.
Alex knew it was wrong.
Yeah, they actually interviewed Reggie Miller about that.
And he said, Man, we was trying to hold wrong back, trying to hold wrong back because they were just heckling him so bad and booing and stuff.
And Ron was mad.
And then someone threw a beer and it hit Ron someone's beer that they have been drinking hit wrong.
It was open Cup, and Reggie said he saw the look in Ron's eyes just switched, and he was like, there was no holding back, no more If he stood in his way, is going be like standing in the way of of the Hawk? You know, Ron just went off, and in that situation, I really couldn't blame wrong.
You know, you really can't.
Wasit was complete, and he got all this.
All this bad media port.
Now, now he wasn't the greatest personality basketball hand, you know, already, But this really painted him in a really, really, really bad light.
A friend of mine who, uh, there's a Giants fan and you're talking about your tip toe moment with Santonio Holmes.
The helmet catch? Yeah, he was huge.
About that is like, wow, you know, the Patriots.
You know, I think that was it.
That one where the Patriots were going to go undefeated wasn't that Super Bowl.
And then the Giants beat him that way.
Or is that the sideline catch where they beat the super where they beat him for the Super Bowl when they were undefeated? I can't remember for sure either way, man.
And then he just retired and he was the Patriot killer.
You know, Eli Manning retired.
He was not some stud quarterback, you know.
But when it got to the playoffs, you like, changed.
He became like a superhero or something, you know, in the playoffs, it was an average everyday Joe quarterback during the regular season, gets to the playoffs and becomes this superhero that can make magical.
He was in that play that he threw that ball.
The receiver, uh, caught the ball in the helmet.
He legitimately was caught.
He should have been sacked by, like, three different people and somehow got away and just threw up.
Oh, hell, Mary, pray to God Road and it completed it.
And it was just like Patriots fans around the world, war in shock, like no This did not just happen, right? I remember that.
I remember they were more shell shocked.
I'm sure in that in the time that just a few weeks ago, when they when they just sat there in disbelief and watched Derrick Henry just run over him, like, you know, a train.
Yeah, but original Patriots fans.
Great moment for them.
Hey, hey, To talk about, you know, great moments when a really good quarterback goes down.
Drew Bledsoe was a great quarterback quarterback in his own right.
And, um, he went down.
And this young, unknown six round draft pick, kid out of nowhere, comes in steps up and the Patriots just start winning.
The next game was against the Colt.
Colt got their butts.
Look, you know, they went on the wind that Super Bowl with that no name backup, you know? And then it was from that moment that the dynasty started.
It just became a thing.
So, yeah, you know, moments in history and people's heads from fans.
Um, what about the slam dunk competition? Of what year was that? It was, um Michael Jordan versus dominant Wilkins.
I remember this slam dunk company was the greatest slam dunk audition I had ever watches back when the competition's were for real.
Or at least it seemed that way.
It wouldn't like the putting up there playing flag football, you know? No, they were out there like giving it their all.
And Dominic had that two handed windmill slam dunk that he landed that.
And you thought not just the rim was gonna call.
You thought the whole bat mortars will come off The postman.
It hits so hard.
And then what? What did, uh, Michael Jordan do? I'm going to do this little jump from the free throw line and just Statue of Liberty.
This thing right into the bucket from the free throw line.
His elbow at the height of his junk was above the rim.
Yeah, that's that's just nuts that sold you the air when he when he did his last one and got a perfect score on the kiss the rim.
Everybody who watched that remembers the kiss the rim dunk, right? I mean, come on, kiss the ring.
He ran along the side, jumped up with sideways in mid air and his face within the next, All right.
His face was in the net when he don't that basketball.
Michael Jordan was something special.
Coby Bryant with something special.
There was a bunch of special basketball players out there.
Reggie Miller was special.
Another thing that big in my memory with the Mark McGwire Sammy Sosa home, right Derby season.
Both, um, we're going to hit baby.
They didn't know who was going to get there first.
I didn't know who was gonna end up winning you.
Does anyone remember that That saved baseball for a while? Because it started People started Thinking they thought was boring is too much time in between, um, pitches and the action and stuff.
And then and people started watching the home run derby, Uh, between McGwire and Sosa and those were some big boys.
And what's funny is, and you can't tell me those guys were on some kind of stare would because you go back and you want to look at Sammy Sosa when he first went in when he first entered uh, the baseball and you look at Mark McGwire when he first entered baseball and you see them and they're like this big all right there like that.
Their owners were like this big.
And then you look at him when they're going for the home run derby, and they looked like tree trunk arms, you know, they were on something very bottles just brave enough to say Hey.
Yeah, We were me.
I think Mark McGwire finally did come out and say that he waas I'm not 100% sure.
I think he did A man having a lot of funds that were just talking about sports memories.
If you guys are still here, give me some favorite sports memories.
Man, I'd really like to, um, Alex, if you I haven't really talked anyone from us.
And today I'm not on that thing right now because I don't have a phone that does it.
You know what I'm talking about? Ask him if they wanna jump on here real quick and give a favorite sports moment in their history.
I'll leave this going for a little bit, man.
Anyone on here? Just mention it? Uh, Throw.
Throw me a bone, guys.
For only a bone.
Um, Music City Miracle.
The one yard short.
Lingle's that, uh, same season, I think.
For Steve McNair.
When they were going for a Super Bowl, they had the Music City miracle which kept him going.
And then they ended up one yard short of winning.
That was just sad to talk about.
I'm not talking about O. J.
Everything that's important that you want to talk about with o.
J. Has nothing to do with sports.
Nothing, I think, um, not to sell his career sore.
Okay. With a great running back.
You know what some of those Buffalo Bills highlights? The man could run, You know Bo Jackson.
Another great memory pending Deon Sanders.
I personally don't like Deon Sanders.
I don't like him.
I think he's full of it up here.
Uh, but, man, the kid was in it athlete when he was young.
He was great at baseball and football.
Not many people could pull that off.
These multiple sports things.
Bo Jackson was one another one.
Bo Jackson could have broke records, Has it needs will not win out.
But he played baseball and football.
And when you're playing that many sports and running that much you're gonna end up bowling something out faster because I mean that twice as much wear and tear is gonna end up, you know, cutting your career short twice as fast.
Um, I don't I can't really think a whole lot the 500.
You know what, 5000? Yeah.
The 5000 strikeout for Roger Clemens.
I remember that Roger Clemens was talk, but he was mostly known for a speedball.
The guy who I like even more than Clinton's it was because he could just do so much with the ball.
And it's career lasted forever.
Nolan freakin Ryan.
Anyone remember that name in baseball? See, I'm old.
I remember these guys.
I remember watching a plate.
One Ryan was a pitcher.
It was in his prime today and he was a free agent.
Teams will be breaking.
Tohave him because pitching is so important.
Go on. Ryan was just a beast.
Um let me see here.
Some other people that I'm I'm sorry, guys.
I'm trying to think, and I'm not really catching a bunch in my head right now.
Just really great memories that I have of sports itself.
My most upset memory of any sports activity was actually a personal moment of mine when I was playing softball.
There's a softball like, you know, City League, what all of us exports players do.
We'll go out there.
We still want to play some kind of sports.
We get into softball, er, bowling or something like that.
I like playing softball.
And, um, my father was still playing softball when he was in his late forties, and I was playing also same league, different teams.
And I got up to bat and my dad being he was still fast, but he was kind of getting older, obviously, you know, early fifties late forties, and he was playing right field.
That was up to bat, and I just I wanted to get one over on my dad who doesn't want to get one over on their dad.
They won't beat their daddy stuff, right? And that was me.
That was me when I was I was in my twenties, you know, and my dad had beaten me at everything we had ever done ever.
Doesn't matter what it was.
My dad couldn't be B.
I could not beat my dad for nothing.
It wouldn't matter, all right? Everything we'd ever done.
So I'm up there that the guy pitches the ball and I'm aiming.
I'm aiming for the ball at my dad.
I'm not trying to hit it right at my father, right, because he catch that sucker.
There's no question about it in my mind.
I'm trying to put it just out of his reach somewhere.
He can't get the ball and beat him.
So I hit the ball and that ball goes flying out towards my father.
You know, Emile aways.
He's He had to take off to run for it to get it, and you could see in his eyes the way he was running.
He was bound and determined to catch this football.
He was not about to get beat for the first time by his son.
On this day, right? And the ball, he's an easy he's out in right field.
I hit it, I'm back right handed.
So as anyone who knows baseball, you're actually hitting like that.
That ball is gonna curve like this, right and curved back and my dad, he's tryingto, uh, go to the point where the ball is gonna land and he knows it's curving and he's sprinting and sprinting and sprinting as foot hits a bump in the grass after rain the previous day and you could hear his knee just pop over the entire field.
It crap I'm running from from almost hitting first base.
I hear this crack and I see my dad just goes straight down and grab his knee and my stomach just fell.
And that was the last time my dad ever played softball.
He was, uh, off work for a couple weeks.
Worst memory of sports of my life.
Um, it's a matter of fact that might have been the last year.
I played softball, too, you know, because I just felt that awful.
A few years later, my dad started getting into bowling, got me into, and then he taught me a lot of stuff about bowling, and now I love bowling.
I haven't played.
I haven't bowled in about two since last year.
I think I bowled last year right on that lead, I think I averaged about almost about 1 87 I think for that league.
But you gotta remember I'm left handed.
So when I throw the ball, I don't have a lot of people in my oil, you know? So that was a terrible memory.
Um, terrible memory, A F C championship.
The Colts and Andrew Luck finally make it to the NFC change or a F C championship against the New England Patriots.
Culture like this is the year we finally beat the Patriots.
Andrew Luck's gonna go out there.
You go do something.
Not only did the Indian at was called to get their ass is handed to him handling, but that's what started the late game and put a horrible smear.
Not over the New England Patriots, but the Colts organization.
They became the butt of every joke in the history of mankind.
They should have just let it go.
Maybe bring it out after the game.
Not during the game, right? Hey, look, man, if it was just one football and it was cold as ****, so it might have deflated a little.
Anyhow, it shouldn't have happened.
It was awful memory on behalf of the Indianapolis Colts fans everywhere.
We're sorry we're sorry for Deflate Gate.
Um, not taking away from Andrew Luck, though.
He was a great quarterback, but I don't like how that whole situation on Deflate Gate was handled, and I think it really smeared the name of the Patriots and the Colts for years and years and years to come.
Now, I'm not saying that that was the only situation that smeared the name of the Patriots because the Patriots have a lot of things that's happened with them.
Their organization, that people kind of look at sideways when you know it's mentioned, but it is what it is.
I I don't like the fact that people still bring up that Jimmer say was, uh, pill head and an alcoholic and he waas that mean he loved his team.
Any left doesn't mean that he didn't do everything he could for his team.
He had a disease.
You know, alcoholism and drug addiction sucks.
I know I've been in relationships with people who had it, you know, he got his help.
He's I've not seen him go through those slurry speeches it takes.
It takes time to talk now, but that's what happens when you go through that kind of situation and it really, you know, But his heart, it's there is this bigger fan of football.
Is anyone out there Jimmer say ever ever watches this.
I want to say thank you for being the owner of the Colts and doing everything that you have done to try to bring championships to Indiana.
All right, so it looks like I'm not gonna get any extra help.
No one's gonna throw me a bone here and give out some or there favor and least favorite moments in sports history.
Um, these are memories, though, of mine.
I I'm not gonna bring up, uh, favorite moments of sports history.
They in my memory.
Ah, because there's a ton of them that I didn't watch.
Or was it even a live for right? Ah, I watched a lot of like Willie Mays, you know, stuff like that.
But I wasn't there for that.
So they're not mine memories.
They're somebody else's memories.
Uh, Christian or Koya? The Nigerian nightmare.
That is a memory.
I have that boy for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Him and Derek Thomas.
They made me love, physicality, football right? Derrick Thomas was beast.
It linebacker, defensive end.
Doesn't matter, You know he played boat.
He was one of those first guys that could just put his hands in the dirt and play defense.
Have been, then step back and play that outside linebacker position Didn't matter what he was doing.
He was either getting to the quarterback or tackling somebody, right? He was a beat.
And now all of a sudden, we've got a cat who was inside the kitchen and decided he wanted something and didn't ask for any help.
What do you knock over, honey? Who did? Oh, well, he tried to get on top of the thing.
Okay, Christian of Koi.
I'm going to say there hasn't been a running back like Christina Coy in the NFL until perhaps Derek Henry, incredibly similar style running back.
And I love that style of running.
But I love that physical Just pound run you over tight running back.
The bus was similar, but not not to the extreme.
Not to the force that Henry and a ***** played with right, And that changed my outlook of football back when I thought it was a finesse game and I realized, man, if you really go out there and just play physical and make the other team scared to come in your direction, you don't have to be finessed, you know, they just won't go near you.
And if they ain't gonna go near you, how are they gonna win that? So, Yeah.
Christina Korea, Derrick Thomas.
I think they played at the same time for a while.
I'm not 100% sure.
I'm pretty sure they did, but yeah, they But let's let's go ahead and go to the to the finesse running back because I have never seen a guy literally duke someone out of their shoes.
Many times I've seen Barry Sanders doing.
If you could get a Christian a Coia mixed with a very standards, that's a running back that should earn more than any quarterback ever.
Because if he could, you get you out of your shoes and then just plow over the next guy right behind him and just run take off running for a touchdown.
You know, I mean, Derek's got a little bit of shiftiness, but he's not a very sander ship.
All right, guys, I've been on here forever.
I just swallowed my copy. Wrong.
Oh, man, that hurts.
Yeah, that's a look that went straight down my esophagus and then into my chest.
I am on Twitter.
I am on Instagram Cults Underscore Law.
I am on twitch now.
Lord Owen Cole slaw.
I do a lot of gaming streaming in there, though.
Yeah, I sit there and I played video games.
Mostly, uh, turn based RPGs.
Well, they just like this.
They could get in the lifestream and sit there and give chats and stuff.
Um, I'm on YouTube as soon as I I'm on Facebook.
That's my A Facebook group, but yeah, I absolutely enjoyed talking favorite sports moments.
I will be back sometime the next couple days, hopefully tonight or tomorrow with another stream, because this I can't sit here and just let this die.
I need to I need to get out there and provide content for you guys, man.
And I just haven't been doing.
I dropped the ball, so to speak.
So I'll be out there, uh, a special shout out to a few people.
It's really, really helped my life out lately.
Um, Nick from SportsCastr.
Uh, he really helped me out a lot.
Gives just someone that I could talk to.
And whenever I have an issue, does everything you can to really make sure that stuff is fixed or gives me advice or whatever.
Aston, Alex, uh, Indy. Lawson.
You guys out so much of the unwrap sports Network family been so great to me to content people who who absorbed that content been so great to so many people helping each other out there like a family.
And I can't say enough about him.
So and my dad, my dad, I really my dad got me in the sports as a kid.
And, you know, I grew up left handed.
He was that guy who was like, You know what? You're gonna learn how to throw a right handed two year old how to bat right handed.
Even though you're left handed, you're gonna learn how to do this stuff because no son of mine is going to be a very throwing left handed all the time.
That's exactly what he said.
Yeah, I know that might not be PC, but That's what he said.
Uh, look, I love my dad is a great guy.
Got me to understand what competition meant and how it could really most you into today's world and help you succeed in the world in the real world, you know? So and now I'm in that situation in his exact situation.
I'm trying to teach that to my son, but he won't listen.
All right? He got as escape works, but he won't touch of frickin sports ball for nothing.
But all right, I'll talk to you guys later.
I wanna thank you for being here and until next time on the Lord.
So this is cole slaw, and I want you to have a good one.
Please keep shoot it.