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Sam, Lenny and Playboy Golf
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David and Elliott talk hoops with the NBA's All-time winningest coach Lenny Wilkens and Mr. Clutch Sam Jones of the Boston Celtics. Plus, we tee it up on Playboy Golf with model Dayna Wyatt.
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Sports & Torts: Playboy Golf with Dayna Wyatt
Fore! We tee off with Chicago's Dayna Wyatt, who tells us all about Playboy Golf's upcoming championship in Los Angeles, and how you can join her & the other bunnies on the links.
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Sports & Torts: Lenny Wilkens
He's one of the NBA's top 50 Players of all time, and one of the top 10 coaches of all time, and he's on Sports & Torts! We dish with Lenny on his playing & coaching days, the Dream Team & more. He's also has some high praise for fellow point guard Derrick Rose.
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Sports & Torts: Celtics Great Sam Jones
We chat with Sam on the bank shot, Bill Russell and the amazing Celtics teams he was honored to be apart of. Sam shares his perspective on today’s NBA, and living in Florida now, he’s got a lot to say about the Magic and the Heat.
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The Lenny Wilkens Foundation
The Lenny Wilkens Foundation funds organizations that deliver healthcare and education services to young people while honoring their dignity and sense of self-respect. Learn more at the foundation's website.

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Lenny Wilkens
Lenny is a former NBA player and the leagues’ all-time winningest coach. He is one of only three players inducted to the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player (1989) and coach (1998). Lenny is the only NBA representative listed among both the all-time top 50 players and top 10 coaches. A member of the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame, he has been inducted into the Halls of Fame in New York, Missouri, Ohio, and Washington, as well as the African-American Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame. As a player, Lenny was a nine-time NBA All-Star team member and Most Valuable Player in 1971. Lenny was one of the most successful coaches in franchise history for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Atlanta Hawks, Toronto Raptors, and Seattle SuperSonics. Despite his many NBA honors, one of his proudest moments was coaching the United States “Dream Team II” to a gold medal in the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics. He also was assistant coach of “Dream Team I” in 1992. Beyond his many successes on the court, Lenny has received Honorary Doctorate degrees from Providence College, St. Francis College, and Seattle University. He served as vice chairman of the Seattle SuperSonics ownership group in 2007.

The Lenny Wilkens Foundation

 




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