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Nike Air commercial with David Robinson
*******www.gamertagradio**** Here's a sneak preview of our exclusive podcast interview with Namco Bandai about Afro Samurai the Video Game. Listen to the full audio interview on Episode #173 with David Robinson who is the Sr. Producer for the game.
Jordan Inducted into NBA Hall of Fame
(AP) Michael Jordan's thank you list went well beyond friends and family.
There was the coach who cut him. The player who dissed him. The media who doubted him.
Anyone who ever provided Jordan with motivation to become a better player - perhaps the greatest one ever.
Jordan recalled all of it Friday night, when he joined David Robinson and John Stockton, a pair of his 1992 Dream Team teammates, and coaches Jerry Sloan and C. Vivian Stringer in a distinguished class enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame.
"The game of basketball has been everything to me," Jordan said.
Jordan insisted during a press conference that the weekend wasn't just about him, but he was clearly the star before a crowd that included former teammates Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman.
"He makes one big shot and everybody thinks he's kind of cool," Stockton joked. "I don't get it."
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What do Steve Young, Earvin (Magic) Johnson, Drew Bledsoe, David Robinson and Ronnie Lott have in common? They're all professional athletes turned private equity investors. In The Deal's video conversation, former NFL quarterback Young talks about the "entrepreneurial spirit of football," the pressure of following in the footsteps of four-time Super Bowl winner Joe Montana and why quarterbacks make good PE investors. Young's football prowess is legendary. He was named the most valuable player of Super Bowl XXIX in 1995, when he led the San Francisco 49ers to victory. These days, Young is the managing director of Huntsman Gay Global Capital LLC, a Palo Alto, Calif., private equity firm that closed a $1.1 billion private equity fund earlier this year. Far from the stereotypical dumb jock, Young earned a law degree, previously co-founded a PE firm called Sorenson Capital and founded a charity for children called the Forever Young Foundation. Oh, and he's also a talented public speaker, as those of us who attended The Deal Economy 2010 conference in New York last week witnessed. Click here for more on Young's remarks there. Subscribers to The Deal Pipeline may read more about Huntsman Gay here. Watch the video below or download it on iTunes. - Mary Kathleen Flynn
October Skies Productions and LiveWire Productions continue their relationship with RM Auctions by producing RMA's 2010 coporate video - "Offering the World's Finest Motor Cars."
LiveWire's Jimmy Gyselinck wrote and produced, while OSP's David Robinson was responsible for editing and graphics. Click the image below to view the video.
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Economist David Leadbeater of Laurentian University told an audience of steelworkers and students Canadians need public ownership of natural resources at a panel discussion to examine how the Vale Inco strike is affecting Sudbury.. He was joined on a panel with fellow economist David Robinson and Paul Reid of the City of Greater Sudbury.
A special behind the scenes look at JLo's tattoo's for the "Follow The Leader" video. David Robinson explains how he drew inspiration from The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo for JLo's video and what it took to make it a reality.
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Shaq puts the move on Robinson, Slams it on him in Robinson's home town!!!
TBS Sports coverage of the 1987 NBA Draft. Original version, of course, not some crap recorded on NBA TV last week. ;o)
The Admiral Robinson Blocks Jordan via Dunk!
Carmelo Anthony's NBA career began on June 26, 2003, when he was chosen in the first round (3rd overall) of the 2003 NBA Draft draft by the Denver Nuggets. Anthony was a major part in the turn around of the Denver Nuggets from league laughingstock to playoff contender. In the season before Anthony was drafted by the team, the Nuggets finished with a 17-65 record. Anthony became the first NBA rookie to lead a playoff team in scoring since David Robinson of the San Antonio Spurs during the 1989-90 season. Anthony said that he originally planned to stay at Syracuse for two to three seasons, but having already accomplished everything he set out to do, he chose to abandon his collegiate career (with Boeheim's blessing) and declared himself eligible for the 2003 NBA Draft.
Some of Anthony's highlights in his time with Syracuse include being named Second-Team All-American by the Associated Press as a freshman, leading his team to a 30-5 record, capturing the school's first ever NCAA title and being the consensus pick for NCAA Freshman of the Year. He was also named to the All-Big East First Team and was the consensus selection for the Big East Conference Freshman of the Year.
Tyrone Curtis Bogues (born January 9, 1965, in Baltimore, Maryland), better known as Muggsy Bogues, is a retired American professional basketball point guard and former head coach of the now-defunct Charlotte Sting of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). He played for five teams during his 14-season career in the National Basketball Association (NBA) and was the shortest person to play in the NBA, standing at 5 feet 3 inches (1.60 m) tall. Bogues is best known for his involvement with the Charlotte Hornets. He also played for various teams including the Washington Bullets, Golden State Warriors, New York Knicks, and the Toronto Raptors.
Bogues was drafted twelfth overall in the 1987 NBA Draft by the Washington Bullets, and was part of a talent-laden draft class that also included David Robinson, Reggie Miller, Scottie Pippen and Kevin Johnson. In his rookie year, Bogues was a teammate of Manute Bol who stands at 7 feet 7 inches (231 cm) tall, at the time he was the tallest player to have ever played in the NBA. Bol and Bogues appeared on three magazine covers together.
Bogues spent ten years in Charlotte as the Hornets, led by Alonzo Mourning and Larry Johnson, became one of the most popular teams in the NBA and a perennial playoff contender. Charlotte Hornets replica jerseys, including Bogues', were worn by children all over United States. Bogues was one of the most popular players in Hornets history, despite the fact that he never averaged more than 11.2 points per game in a season.
He is the Hornets' career leader in minutes played (19,768), assists (5,557), steals (1,067) and turnovers (1,118) and in assists per game (8.7927) and assists per 48 minutes (13.4933). Bogues also held the Hornets' single-game record of 19 assists, broken by Chris Paul (another player from Wake Forest University) on Nov. 7, 2007.