Episode 27: Knicks are Must-Watch feat. Moochie Norris
Big Apple Buckets: A NY Knicks Basketball Podcast from New York Post Sports
Sal Licata and Jerome Williams open the show talking about the excitement surrounding the Knicks following Monday's win over the Hawks to propel them to 4-3 on the season. They discuss the big victory, potentially being a playoff team, Julius Randle's All-Star play, the impact Immanuel Quickley is making, RJ Barrett's improvements and Austin Rivers playing a big role. Alex Cammarata then pops in to get JYD to "Name that Teammate" from his playing days. JYD's former teammate and ex-Knicks guard Moochie Norris then joins the show. Norris gets into how good the Knicks are playing, point guards then vs. now, playing with JYD with the high socks, his time with the Knicks, making the playoffs in NY, his workouts, and the guys look back to a memorable game against Kobe Bryant at Rucker Park.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21 Talks with Moochie Norris, Retired 12-Year NBA Proffesional
“Create the moment.” On this segment of 21, we talk with Martyn Bernard “Moochie” Norris. Moochie grew up in Washington D.C., and while he enjoyed basketball, he did not become serious about the sport until his last 2 years in high school. Moochie’s college basketball career led him to Texas, Alabama and Florida, which eventually set the stage for him being drafted into the NBA in 1996 in the 2nd Round, as the 33rd pick overall. As a point of reference, the 1996 NBA Draft Class is considered by many to be the most talented class in draft history as it included: Allen Iverson, Stephon Marbury, Ray Allen, and Kobe Bryant. Moochie’s professional career spanned 12 years, and included affiliations with the Houston Rockets, Seattle Supersonics, and the New York Knicks. And for our bobblehead aficionados, Moochie is a part of an elite group of NBA players to have his own bobblehead figurine! Listening to Moochie, you are reminded of the importance of being fully present, living in the moment, and pivoting quickly when faced with potential setbacks. In this current season, Moochie coaches young basketball players who view him as a role model. He enjoys teaching the next generation and brings his high energy and trademark sense of humor to his coaching methodology. We are blessed to know Moochie and thank him for sharing his story and supporting our podcast. Enjoy this episode of 21!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/211/support