Rise Of The Moors, Firecracker, Fluorescent Lights, 4th, Short Bus, Make-Up Calls, Paint Shaker, Emilian, Antetokounmpo, Panties For Men, Dark Trace, Larry Bird Rule, Bucks, Suns, di Resta, Hazard, Bobby Knight, Lathered Up Limeys, Thomas Jefferson
This episode is about the great Larry Bird. How important he was to the NBA and his rivalry with Magic Johnson. We also talk current NBA as well. How bad is Ben Simmons. How about Chris Middleton. We go through his entire career and how he saved the NBA.
On Episode 33 we unfortunately don't have Larry Bird or any of the other famous 33's of the world, but we do recap last weekend in the Midwest, talk baseball including the vines fantasy league and answer lots of Questions!!! Shoutout to this week's Viner of The Week, Chelsea Merriman from Soddy Daisy, TN ! For your chance to be the 'Viner of The Week' join The Vines on Facebook and submit a DM with your story!For tickets and information on upcoming shows visit muscadinebloodline.com!Big thanks to our media partners at Whale Tale Media. They've got you covered on everything from weddings and media to branding and more. Find them at https://www.whale-tale.com/Use the promo code 'GRAPEVINE' for 15% off your order when buying merch at muscadinebloodline.comRemember to like, rate, review and subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen and to leave your IG or Twitter handle for a chance to score some free merch! For all things MB be sure to check out muscadinebloodline.com. You can also follow along on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube!
Jayson Tatum Scores 60 Points and Ties Larry Bird's Franchise Record
From the Rafters
Sam and Jack are back to talk about Jayson Tatum's historic performance vs the Spurs. The Celtics completed the third-largest comeback in NBA history when they beat the Spurs 143-140 after being down by as much as 32 points. Jayson Tatum tied Larry Bird's franchise record by scoring 60 points in the comeback. The guys discuss his spectacular performance and how incredible it was to watch. They also talk about Aaron Nesmith's amazing hustle. Sam ends the show by ranting about jerseys once again as Jack reads him the jersey schedule for the rest of the Celtics' season. Let us know your thoughts, and as always, thanks for listening to From the Rafters! Proudly partnered with Guy Boston Sports! (@GuyBostonSports) Banner Town, USA's Twitter: @BannerTownUSA Sam's Twitter: @SamLaFranceNBA Jack's Twitter: @JackSimoneNBA https://bannertownusa.com/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/from-the-rafters/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/from-the-rafters/support
Larry Bird Stories; Getting the Reputation You Deserve; and the Rump Roast: The Gritty Origin Story
The Legal Toolkit
Jared Correia still hates the Lakers, and Shawn Hill joins for a chat about 1) how online reviews can help you build a better reputation for your law firm and 2) his work developing the Gritty Mascot.Theme Song: Two Cigarettes by Major Label Interest.Legal Trends Report Minute song: I See You by Sounds Like SanderClosing song = Hey Yo Rocco! by Dresden, The Flamingo.Special thanks to our sponsors Scorpion, TimeSolv, Alert Communications and Clio.
Indiana State vs Michigan State National Title Game between Larry Bird and Magic Johnson
68 Shining Moments: Reliving the greatest moments in NCAA tournament history
The Larry Bird vs Magic Johnson 1979 title game will forever go down as one of the greatest college basketball games of all time. Jeff Goodman chats with Carl Nicks (Indiana St) and Greg Kelser (Michigan State) to discuss the different perspectives of that game, Larry vs Magic's rivalry, and what it was like to play for a team led by them. Subscribe now to get every episode of 68 Shining Moments right when it comes out! Intro music: Cherry Metal by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US
Climbing doesn’t have a rule book. So who decides how climbing changes and evolves? Peter Croft and Alex talk about their climbing heroes and pushing the mentality of possible. Discover how 1940’s bebop jazz connects to free-soloing Yosemite's famed Astroman.