The 30: The Lakers beat the Celtics, Markieff Morris signs and memories of Kobe Bryant with former Laker Kareem Rush
Silver Screen & Roll: for Los Angeles Lakers fans
In this episode, Jas is joined by former Laker Kareem Rush. To kick things off, they breakdown the Lakers thrilling win over the Celtics and how LeBron and AD dominated the game. They follow up that up by discussing the Lakers signing Markieff Morris and what he can bring to the team. Kareem shares his thoughts on what the Lakers need going down to the stretch run and into the playoffs. Then, Kareem and Jas get into the need for a third scorer to step up in the playoffs and how the Lakers match up with the Clippers. Following that, Kareem looks back on his time as a Laker and the three seasons he spent playing alongside a young Kobe Bryant. Jas also asks Kareem to share his memories of playing on the loaded 2003-04 squad that lost to the Pistons. To wrap things up, Kareem looks back on his career and gives his predictions on which will team will win the NBA Championship this year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nick Hamilton & Kareem Rush Talk Clippers Loss, Lebron Reigns
Bleav in Lakers
On this episode host Nick Hamilton & former NBA player & Laker Kareem Rush discuss the aftermath of Christmas Day loss, Lakers losing streak and when will they stop the bleeding . Will injuries to Anthony Davis and Lebron James hamper the Lakers in keeping the best seed in the West? … Continued
Your whole life you've identified as someone or something. Maybe you're an engineer, electrician, nurse, athlete, or something else. What happens if that role is no longer available to you or you want to change direction? In this episode, former University of Missouri basketball star and NBA alum, Kareem Rush, discusses what life after basketball looks like for him. An entrepreneur, creative, and future contestant on the Voice, Kareem is an entertaining listen with lessons that can be applied in your life and business. He even gives his rendition of an R&B classic!
Kareem Rush After graduating from Pembroke Hill School in Kansas City, Rush attended the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri, where he was a standout guard on the basketball team. Rush averaged 19.8 points per game as a junior, leading the Tigers to the Western Regional finals in the NCAA tournament, where they lost to Oklahoma. As a sophomore in 2000–01, he led the Big 12 in scoring, averaging 21.1 points per game. During this time, Rush worked with world-renowned conditioning coach Istvan Javorek. Rush entered the 2002 NBA draft after his junior season and was selected with the 20th pick overall by the Toronto Raptors, who immediately traded his rights to the Los Angeles Lakers. In 2010, Rush embarked on an R&B singing career, releasing his debut single "Hold You Down" In 2017, Rush joined the BIG3 basketball league, playing on a talent-stacked 3 Headed Monsters roster email@example.com
Second Chances, Being Disabled and Taking on Former LA Lakers Guard Kareem Rush in a Game of 1-0n-1!
Hammad Zaidi Is Limping On Cloud 9
“Second Chances, Being Disabled and Taking on Former LA Lakers guard Kareem Rush in a Game of 1-0n-1” is our maiden voyage. You’ll experience how scoring zero points all season on... Hammad Zaidi's purpose in life is to get you to chase your childhood dreams.