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Nancy Lieberman Podcasts

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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nancy Lieberman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nancy Lieberman, often where they are interviewed.

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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nancy Lieberman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nancy Lieberman, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 84 - The Power of Teams with Nancy Lieberman

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Join Kody Bateman for episode 84 of his Relationship Marketing podcast with guest Nancy Lieberman

Just a few minutes with Nancy Lieberman and you’ll feel like you’ve known her for years. Basketball Hall of Famer, two-time Olympian, first ever female BIG3 head coach, second female NBA assisting coach, philanthropic leader and proud mom - Nancy Lieberman has been defying the odds since she was a young girl playing basketball in Harlem. Now in her career as an international motivational speaker, you won’t forget the experience listening to “Lady Magic,” a pioneer for women’s sports.

Sep 15 2020 · 49mins
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Nancy Lieberman: I’m not a Victim. I’m a Victor

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Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer, Nancy Lieberman (AKA Lady Magic) joins this week’s episode of The Silver Lining Phoenix to talk about her mindset of finding victory in life by never being a victim. With mentors in her life like Muhammed Ali to help guide her, Nancy gives us insight into all of the relationships she’s had that helped mold her into who she is today. She also discusses what her relationship was like with close friend Kobe Bryant and how he touched the lives of those around him.

Nancy is always taking on new challenges to push herself and strive for growth. From challenging hoopers in Rucker Park as a kid, to re-entering the WNBA at 50, she discusses the importance of approaching challenges in life without fear. This drive, commitment, and attitude helped her become a medalist with the USA Olympic team, become the second female assistant coach in the NBA with the Sacramento Kings, and the Head Coach of the Power in the BIG3 league where she led her team to a championship in 2018 and was named Coach of the Year. 

We hope you enjoy hearing Nancy’s story and her continued mission to be an inspiration to those around her. Also, be sure to check out the links below to follow Nancy and her story! 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NancyLieberman/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nancylieberman/?hl=en
Nancy Lieberman Charities: http://nancyliebermancharities.org/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/NancyLieberman?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor
Website: http://www.nancylieberman.com/?fbclid=IwAR1lhpJC2swuEleWdd16w2KBH-cILsIG-TjjUNsdDz6DkYtpwq011Xpv9Ls

Sep 08 2020 · 37mins

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S E3: Pure Thoughts: Nancy Lieberman

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Nancy Lieberman is one of truly unique basketball players of all time. Growing up in a tough neighborhood in Queens, as a teenager she took the subway to Harlem and played against the men at Rucker Park. Always in search of the best competition, she developed skills, mental toughness, and a competitive fire that burns as hot as ever. She was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1996 and has continued to compete on the court and as a coach right up to the present day. She was a pioneer who battled against stereotypes and gender discrimination but never made excuses and never backed down. In this episode of Pure Thoughts, Nancy shares the secrets of her success in her own words.

Sep 04 2020 · 22mins
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Breaking Barriers with Nancy Lieberman

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Ralph and Jason sit down with Hall of Fame basketball player, coach, and broadcaster Nancy Lieberman to discuss her historic career, her battle with COVID-19, and her special relationships with Muhammad Ali and Kobe Bryant.
Aug 10 2020 · 1hr 19mins

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Nancy Lieberman - Hall of Famer, Big 3 Champion, Former WNBA GM and Coach, Former GLeauge Head Coach

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Nancy Lieberman discusses how growing up playing at Rucker Park as a girl helped her develop her toughness, motor and mindset. She talks about the lessons she learned from mentors like Pat Summitt and Muhammad Ali and how forging a new path for women in sports was lonely at times. There was no road map. Nancy gives us so much wisdom in this episode of the podcast. Definitely a must listen. Make sure to visit nancyliebermanfoundation.org to find out more about Nancy's charity work.

May 21 2020 · 41mins
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Episode 26: Nancy Lieberman

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Continuing to celebrate women in sports, Amanda chats with Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman. Take a listen.

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Apr 28 2020 · 49mins
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Episode XIV: Basketball Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman

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The 14th edition of Whe're They At features Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer and one of the most prolific basketball players (male or female) ever, Nancy Lieberman. Nancy is still the youngest American basketball player in Olympic history, playing on the 1976 USA Olympic team at 18 years old. She went on to augment the Old Dominion Univ. women's basketball program and become one of the greatest players in the history of the WBL (Women's Professional Basketball League), while competing against men in the NBA (National Basketball Association) Summer Leagues, USBL (United States Basketball League) and on the Washington Generals (regular opponent to the Harlem Globetrotters). She was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 1996 and played in the WNBA (Women's National Basketball Association) at ages 39 AND 50. She has coached in NBA, it's developmental league (now called the G-League) and currently coaches Team Power in the BIG 3. Nancy is now doing remarkable work through her Nancy Lieberman Charities foundation (www.nancyliebermancharities.org). Host Nabaté Isles had the honor to speak with Nancy on a myriad of topics including:                       

02:13: On her foundation providing hot meals to the first responders in Dallas, Texas.                          

04:12: Her work with other celebrities and athletes, via the Stand Together organization, raising millions of dollars for people in need during the Covid-19 pandemic.                         

08:20: On getting her son, T.J. Cline playing basketball in an urban setting.                            

11:47: Harlem and Rucker Park inspired Nancy as a basketball player and overall person.                          

18:49: Reminisces on her mentor Muhammad Ali and his everlasting influence.                           

22:02: On taking on the challenge to play basketball with a struggling program in Old Dominion University, leading a complete metamorphosis.                             

28:55: On David Stern sharing his idea of the WNBA back in 1984.                              

30:55: Reflects on playing in the Women's Professional Basketball League (WBL).                    

34:56: On being inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 1996.                            

39:14: On the diligent work of her foundation and the importance of helping people.                           

42:25: Getting the opportunity to coach in the D-League and NBA as well as her approach towards coaching.                             

50:17: On Kobe Bryant's overwhelming support for women in basketball and his tremendous respect for Nancy's impact on the game.                                 

58:15: Her impression of former Univ. of Oregon and future WNBA star & Kobe mentee, Sabrina Ionescu.                                

1:00:31: On the continuous overall growth and exposure of the WNBA.                                 

1:03:55: Nancy's thoughts on the NBA possibly having teams in only a couple of sites to play out the season.                                 

1:06:02: On LeBron James' longevity and greatness.                           

1:10:01: A candid and funny message that late, great coach Pat Summitt that shared with Nancy.                                 

1:12:46: FAST BREAK segment of random questions for Nancy.                                     

1:19:17: The inspiration for Nancy to become a recent subject for ESPN's The Magazine's Body Issue.                               

Follow Whe're They At on www.twitter.com/whe_retheyat, www.instagram.com/whe.retheyat and www.facebook.com/whe.retheyatpodcast/ !                  Musical selections are from Nabaté Isles' album, 'Eclectic Excursions', available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, Tidal, etc. Check out his website as well: www.nabateisles.com
Apr 07 2020 · 1hr 27mins
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Mama Mamba: The Incredible Legacy of Nancy Lieberman

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Naismith Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman reflects on her pioneering journey in basketball
Mar 10 2020 · 46mins
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236. Nancy Lieberman on Kobe Bryant + How the Media Handled the Tragedy

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Nancy Lieberman, basketball Hall of Famer, was at the 40th Annual Thurman Munson Dinner in February 2020. There, Lieberman told the shocking story about how she was almost on the helicopter with Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and 7 others who perished in a crash on January 26th. Instead, she planned to do it 4 days after the tragedy. She spoke with Seth about the circumstances behind the shock and sadness she is feeling while telling this story of irony and tragedy.

Then, Chad Finn, Sports Media Reporter for the Boston Globe, joined the show to discuss how so many in the media got so much wrong on the day of this tragedy. Finn explained how the culture of getting it first lead to many mistakes and a few gross missteps.
Feb 12 2020 · 56mins
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Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman

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Nancy Lieberman is a living legend in women's basketball. She has been a pioneer in every sense of the word. She is an extraordinary story teller and almost all of them are from a first person perspective. After Monica checks in with an update on the WNBA Playoffs, Nancy shares her emotional tribute (@ 11:00) to Andre Emmett, one of her Big3 players who was killed on September 22nd. Nancy shares stories about appearing in ESPN's Body issue at age 61 (@14:14), her incredible friendship with Muhammad Ali (@22:10), the career advice she received from former NBA Commissioner David Stern (@ 40:09), the wisdom imparted to her by former President Barack Obama (@41:35), and why Stern and his successor Adam Silver have been so important to the growth of women in basketball (@ 52:50).

Sep 26 2019 · 1hr 4mins