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I -- a heat superstar LeBron James taking a swipe of this at the critics.
Following his team's loss in game six of the NBA finals listen.
That they do today.
Ought to be would -- -- me to fail.
And I figured it got to wake of tomorrow have the same life today ahead.
Before you'll have today than they got a same personal problems they had today.
That's your own stupid lives that you today's basketball stars match up to the big -- of the past and what's it like Walt Frazier -- something like that.
Well let's that's one of those old school starts I hate to say that while because it can't leave a great -- -- -- next talking point guard and two time NBA champ.
Walt Clyde Frazier.
Who is releasing his 1974 book -- steady re releasing it and guide to basketball.
Great CU they weren't would you have said that to your fans of Islam cool.
Well did you witness and Madison.
I did you know Marie defends I mean LeBron hasn't faceless and adversity in his life so we saw last Dewey Lawson didn't shake hands with the opposition.
And -- -- blunders were also not to prudent thing to do.
When you're that rich that young that famous is it hard to get in someone's head.
In the in the old is a coach would getting to tell you what to do this can anyone tell someone like that what to do.
Yeah mentors always very important so what I had a lot of them I will lose me Bill Bradley David bush your.
So that helped mitigate my my.
Adjustment to -- pressure dealing with the fans and.
-- success you know reading your book and it's the fundamental best was old school -- what's what they used to teach.
ESPN kind of screwed up the game and that people looking for the dynamic flamboyant plays would you talk about how to play the game.
-- -- my book is an instructional book about basketball especially defense would -- My passion and I love who played defense that was also the catalyst to our championships.
-- holes without coast demanded it.
That we play defense in defense many times -- I'll -- office as well.
So the game has obviously changed is it is it more physical now faster.
But I guess what I'm really getting -- is.
Behind the scenes has changed more money.
-- -- Money is saved the game but they did most -- glaring weakness on the fundamentals.
Like we play we really look to export you would pick and rolls back to a place -- you rarely see those pleas today he says -- the game is dunks and threes chair.
How often do you read the sports section you see what the latest guys can you -- yourself man if I was playing today how quick -- I would -- object I would be -- well Trevor everybody -- and that they had been beaten so a lot of players really have problems now former players making that transition because they see what today's players and make it.
Luckily I'm still prospering from the game by being in the broadcasters -- Right and it and a great one -- I understand the -- are mentally best will violate you were very important what I don't understand in my life is cool.
Tell me how to be cool you talk about cool in this book defined cool.
-- do what you do when you looked like you doing what you -- -- I don't know.
You -- that me.
He's wearing red shoes -- That's on today let me get sort of persona -- style like hours at a poker face if you watch him either and again you could tell we were winning and losing confidence.
Kind of like OJ -- yes.
It is right.
But what about New York in the seventies -- you name with the 69 Mets going into that.
You guys were cool you weren't -- -- -- outlines a few words furcal walked -- -- Madison Square Garden.
You have my book sort of -- is that my back.
And a lot of the young.
Clears his big -- we bring in the bullying into the NBA with the -- -- are.
There are nowadays.
And it is -- about -- picture book as it is -- guys you enter fascinating to look through this which is good for me I prefer the pictures here.
All right so Walt Clyde Frazier we thank you very much.
And if you play ball at any level go out and get this book guide to great it's indeed fantastic.
Thank you very much rocking steady Walt Frazier.
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