Mark Jackson on Steph, the ’90s Knicks, and His Most Famous Catchphrases
R2C2 with CC Sabathia and Ryan Ruocco
This week, we’re joined by ESPN NBA analyst and former NBA All-Star Mark Jackson to discuss the recent spell of injuries in the NBA, the “New York City point guard," his best Patrick Ewing stories, whether he’ll coach again in the league, and more.Hosts: CC Sabathia and Ryan RuoccoGuest: Mark JacksonProducer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Searching For The Question Live 83Quantum ComputingWith Mark Jackson Mark Jackson is Scientific Lead of Business Development at Cambridge Quantum Computing. Dr. Jackson draws on this variety of deep expertise in scientific innovations, computational technology and space exploration to engage with the Singularity University community. As Core Faculty in Exponential Technology his responsibilities have included developing curriculum, delivering presentations, writing, and appearing in video expositions about quantum computing, data science, artificial intelligence, and others. He has delivered lectures in 19 countries, and spoken as an expert on multiple panels. Recognizing the emerging importance of data science, Jackson has completed intense training in statistics, machine learning, programming, project design, and communication. In particular, he has been closely following the evolution of quantum computing, maintaining close connections with industrial leaders as the next generation of computers becomes reality. He has lectured and privately consulted with corporate executives on how quantum computing will disrupt their field. Jackson recently organized the Dawn of Private Space Science symposium bringing together leading scientists, foundations, corporations, policy makers, and commercial spacelines under one roof to create opportunities for scientific research in space. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the BoldlyGo Institute, a non-profit organization founded to address highly compelling scientific questions through new approaches to developing space science missions while engaging the global community in the quest. Last year he co-organized the NASA SpaceApps NYC 2016, a technology development and problem solving event during which citizens from around the world collaborate to tackle challenges that improve life on Earth and further the exploration of space. 14th April 20217 PM CET (Bergamo, Rome)1PM EDT (New York) http://sftq.livehttp://facebook.com/searchingforthequestionhttp://youtube.com/davidorbanhttps://twitter.com/davidorban Music: «allthat» from Bensound.com #livestream #sftql Become a supporter of SFTQL on http://patreon.com/davidorban
Episode 29: Mark Jackson. Rich catches up with his childhood hero Mark Jackson. They talk his 17-year career, his leadership qualities and talk openly on him not getting another shot at coaching in the NBA after the Warriors.
Boardroom: Out of Office
Mark Jackson is one of television’s best NBA analysts, calling multiple finals for ESPN and ABC, alongside his good friend and former coach, Jeff Van Gundy. A native of New York City, Jackson was a star at St Johns before being selected in the 1st round by the New York Knicks. A 1988 NBA rookie of the year and an All-Star, the elite point guard led several NBA title contenders during a 17-year NBA career. He’s the NBA’s 4th all-time assists leader, ranked right behind Steve Nash, and right ahead of Magic Johnson. Jackson talks to Rich and Gianni about his pride in building a winning foundation as coach of the Golden State Warriors from ’11-’14; his feelings about getting fired by the Warriors before the team went on to win multiple championships; whether he believes there remains an unflattering narrative that’s kept him from getting hired again; and how his father’s example inspired his leadership qualities, resilience and deep faith. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How Mark Jackson Made It To The NFL With All Odds Against Him
Greatness Ignited Podcast
This week, Barry is joined by NFL legend and entrepreneur, Mark Jackson to discuss the importance of perseverance and constancy. Barry was the "Rudy" of his team he explains in this episode, as he was shorter and smaller than most NFL players, but he stayed consistent and endured to become a star.Want to learn more? Go to: https://igniteyourgreatness.com/home-page/
EP 52 // MARK JACKSON ON THE NETS’ BIG 3, A LAKERS TITLE ASTERISK & WHY HE DOESN’T GET COACHING JOBS
Getcha Popcorn Ready with T.O. and Hatch
A tough competitor with a sharp basketball mind, Mark Jackson has succeeded at multiple positions within the game. After playing point guard for 17 seasons in the NBA, with standout seasons on the New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers, he successfully transitioned to ESPN game analyst, where he continues to mesh perfectly with former coach Jeff Van Gundy, then became head coach of the Golden State Warriors from 2011–2014, turning the franchise around and helping to build what became a dynasty. On this episode of “Getcha Popcorn Ready,” Mark joins T.O. and Hatch to talk about why he hasn’t gotten another NBA head coaching job since reviving the Dubs and establishing a winning culture, what it was like coaching young Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green, the challenges rookie Brooklyn Nets head coach Steve Nash faces with superstars Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving and how he would fix the Big 3’s issues, who’s to blame for Harden’s contentious exit from the Houston Rockets, the unexpected reason he thinks the Lakers’ title won in the Orlando bubble deserves an asterisk, how he and Chris Mullin improved each other at St. John’s University, finding mentorship in the NBA, and much more. Check it out!Follow us on social media!IG: @getchapopcastTW: @getchapopcastFB: Getcha Popcorn Ready PodcastProduced in Association with Workhouse Media
The 3 Stages of Wildfire Preparedness w/ Mark Jackson
The Employee Safety Podcast
With more than 48,000 fires and 8.6 million acres burned, the 2020 wildfire season has been one of the most active and destructive in history. Successfully preparing your business for wildfire season means more than just evacuating once a fire reaches your doorstep. In fact, there are steps you should be taking now to prepare your people and assets for fire season. Mark Jackson, Meteorologist in Charge at the National Weather Service (Los Angeles/Oxnard) recently joined us to explain what businesses can do to better prepare and keep employees safe during a wildfire. On this week’s episode, Mark and Peter discuss… -The 3 stages of wildfire preparedness -What we can learn from the 2020 wildfire season -How wildfires are tracked and contained For more information, email Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Employee Safety Podcast is hosted by Peter Steinfeld, SVP of Safety Solutions at AlertMedia. You can find this interview, and many more, by subscribing to The Employee Safety Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here.
(Not) Hiring Mark Jackson. Plus Jon Anik on Fight Island and Khabib vs. Gaethje.
The Ryen Russillo Podcast
Russillo shares his thoughts on why it's not all that shocking that Mark Jackson was not tapped for an NBA head coaching position this offseason (2:00). He's then joined by the UFC's Jon Anik to discuss the scene on Fight Island in Abu Dhabi, UFC 254: Khabib vs. Gaethje; and updates on Conor McGregor, Jon Jones, and more (13:00). Finally Russillo answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (45:00).