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the biological father is i did not know this till i read the notes, but it'll explain a lot about jaylin. dr. jalen rose right up to this on dennis miller plus one. the folks welcome to dennis miller plus one. happy to welcome a bonafide bollard show. jalen rose 13 year and be a veteran. best selling author philanthropist. tv personality is building the resume here, currently and a, b, c, and e. s p, an analyst, state of the art and hoops for n b a co host, the jalen and jacoby jacob the i don't even know the other can because i think of a detail and she also has is jalen rose renaissance man podcast that's available with you where you can get your projects. i tell you his old man could ball for private as he was. he was he was providence before before to day in bed. marvin got
to this is jalen rose jalen. i appreciate the love i'm a huge fan. i'm a major supporter of all. busy things dennis miller need to be on and also thank you for knowledge in providence friars and jimmy walker, please before this is i need a story. well, listen, jimmy walker, i think be lou. well, he's still lou at that point. i don't think he's creating the lu, i'll send her out of power memoria, and i think jimmy and his senior year, low, 30 somewhere. i don't remember the exact number, but he's leading score in the country. my man lit up the holiday class. i get the garden 2 years, there is the only guy with the n v p, and i love the quote jalen. the quote just kills me. when the market, the warriors beat them and he missed a shot at the very end. i think george thompson might add that his face services this the all the bad moment i've ever heard that it's beautiful.
wow, thank you very much. that means a lot. you know, it's funny is that and i see, and 67, you look back. i think clyde in the salukis when they had some guys who own the guard because clyde goes to be the quintessential garden player, man. absolutely, and the honor that i have though, i never met jimmy walker while he was alive. i was gracious enough along with the legend, dave, being my godfather, to go to the funeral to pay my respects. and i'm so very grateful for everything that you know. gina was there. he provided for me. it is for ration. but the honor dennis has been when i get a chance to meet earl the pearl monroe, and he's telling me stories and walk class frasier a kareem abdul jabbar came up to me like kareem. abdul jabbar no money. he came up
to me. it was like, your grandmother was a great cook. i used to go over and hang out with your dad, and i'll just blown away the gravity of everything that was happening. so again, i'm the youngest of, for my brothers and sisters weren't necessarily collegian athletes. so i think i got the jeans honest, and always will get to talk to jimmy at the end. i know you didn't meet him, but i hear you had some contact with him that must have been i don't know bad for a kid who had known as dad, but his dad was in him to such a degree. it must been very, very beautiful to talk to him towards the end. right. yes, it was. it was very beautiful because as a college student from 199194 of mich allen wrote a book on a fire fire. and one of the people he set out to interview was jimmy. and jimmy didn't want me to think if and when we ever met, he was trying to piggyback off of my fat 5 fame. he was paying respect to me and
the situation. so he wrote a letter, it had mitch al, give me to lever letter the night before a final for gay. now as i look back at this and i'm older not, i understand and anxiety and depression and all of these days the comb with like not meeting your biological pair and use him as motivation. he wore 40, he was number 24 hour number 42 in high school out of spite. he's going to know my name one day and that's what i carry from a single parent home. so i carried that letter from the college years. it's still like the early 2 thousands with me like linus and a blanket and never really opened it because i wasn't necessarily going to open and so i was psychologically ready for whatever was going to be in the let. and so i
never talked about my relationship or broken relationship or lack thereof, a relationship with my biological father. and so after he passed, but in early 2, thousands, i got a couple of phone numbers through providence, through austin cro 01 of my teammates and attract them. donna got him on the phone . i told him i love him. i told him i'm grateful. or, you know, the genes that he provided, hopefully he gets a chance to watch the play and hopefully i get a chance to meet him. and then a couple years later i start working in the media and i plan to go to kansas city to media mino. and unfortunately he passed before i got a chance to have its nature nurture. i god knows where life takes its i shouldn't even be privy to your life to that degree. but i know the mum, you look at your mom and they're like joan of arc stay and in. but at some point, i don't know what happened between those 2 as a man and woman, but the fact that he did not want to piggyback off the fab 5 tells me there was
some stuff in jimmy walker. that's a pretty cool gesture man. and he might not have been there, but that's a cool move on his part, dallas classy. and he knew the kind of pain that in bought away february. second of this year i lost my biological mother, jean rose at rest in peace. my miss you, i love you so very much and i will do everything i can to keep our legacy alive. and since we're talking about james walker and my uncle leonard hicks took my mother to the hospital to give birth. my mother combined the names james and lenner and came up with the name jalen. and i'm still very fortunate when i'm work in the n b a draft. i get a chance to see a name that she bird, a name that she created now become a legacy that's going to live and stuff. my beautiful. i read about your last year, man. you've had a, you've lost some folks got, i mean i send out prayers to your brother that it's hard to lose that many people
in your life but, and also to have that. but you're stuck against the fact that your career is. but you know, you're about to really happen. it's happened and now you've built it the right way due to the love of these people you've lost. but it's odd sometimes when life comes with the to the good and the bad at the same time. and you don't know where to go in your head. absolutely, and that's, that's the navigation as you know, personally and professionally as we each start to get older, to be able to persevere a lot of the turbulence that we're going to encounter in life. because none of us are immune to it, and i remember being able to be amongst my professional and friends, my, my personal professional brands, and just being really grateful that i had limited deaths in my family. my grandmother would have turned a 100 in for august birch. i just lost her less than
a year and a half ago, a $104.00. and so when you have that life, you start to feel like life is going to happen to you and your family for ever. and so these lessons of those couple of losses that i've endured. it just reminded me to start living life like i have another 75 years because i actually don't know. you got to take a big bite out of every day. i always tell kids when i talk to my kids, everybody else's kids, they ask advice, they go, don't get too hung up on this career thing. try to smile more days than you don't smile as early as you can in life. because you're going to find out what day you're going to be, you're going to regret that you didn't just say drop some of those at a bite out of this. right? and also, i like to tell those same you here's where life changes. when all of your bills are in your name, that's where your life changed, right?
they're not, your insurance is in your dad's name. your ball bill is in your all goes, may somebody pay you an allowance every month? know when all of your bills are in your name, that's when your life changes. and so your point exactly right. it's important to really enjoy it. embrace it and do it. you can take your goals and drink. we're going to talk to jail in the 2nd segment about. 2 you got a lot happening right now between podcast and the s p and show the analysis where you just did a great job when the m b account done in the files. and i also want to talk to me though here a little bit, because once you have a, i think my man had 14 years in the shows that is a long ride and part of the lucky, lucky, 13, beautiful. but part of the most famous incoming class ever billy free drops out of the university. michigan is underlay good cat. but who knows at this point? i remember the fish always looked
a little so on assuming i was thinking what was the fishes wrap when he came into re jackson jimmy king jalen rose. busy chris and jawad howard's living room and that said, come on over to ann arbor. i got something percolate he thinks of the south facing what was his rep, brother? so i'm glad you were there, and i love you, cause fisher. he deserves to be in the hall of thing. ended up being the imperfect storm that became the perfect storm because at the breeder left michigan went on that year, one of the s c, a championship. and as a detroit kid. so this day i live glen rice, ramirez robinson, shaw higgins lloyd bought terry meals. i idolized them. so when they went to championship in $89.00, the state of michigan in the city of detroit, we were at an apex. desmond howard won the highest man at the university of
michigan. the pissed is one back to back championships at 8990. so been the 55 burst on the scene. so the year before we arrived to campus michigan didn't make the tournament. so that ended up working in our favor. and so now we join a team that has a couple, a holdover veterans that were juniors that were seniors that were experienced. plus we had our talent and we had coach fisher and you're right. compared to the other coaches in the big too big of all who was there? bobby knight. jean katy like. like these guys wore their emotions on their sleeves at all times. and for him, it was almost like you got the nerve to have these 5 guys were in his long shores when he blackshoe black sites in the ball, he is talking all of these dollars trash. why? why don't you discipline?
you go. it was cool. and there, and there something happens in the documentary where we getting off the bus actually me and i got on attracts to dennis. he's like jalen. so that shirt in, i'm not sure he took my jacket in it like he disciplined, but he didn't embarrass us. light from light. yeah. we're talking the jalen rose j as in jimmy walker and land is the letter, the man who drove his beautiful mother to the hospital to have him, he is a 13 year and that best selling author philanthropists. i want to talk to him about this academy tv personnel. you see him on a, b, c, p, and analysts for the mba count does yeoman's work on this jail. and in the other guy show, and he's got a podcast now we're going to talk to him about jalen rose renaissance man. that's all right after this, with the indeed renaissance man, jalen rose. dennis miller plus one.
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because of that of the, one of the been a thing that they didn't even notice whether they call to do it, but i know they come in. he just was in order with me i folks welcome back to dennis miller plus one, talking to j ro, you know, jalen rose renaissance man, available where you get your podcast. jalen. i'm wondering right now everything's coming together. and i'm trying to think, who teaches you at the beginning about the communicative skills that are necessary . listen, there's talking in life, then there's talking. you have to split a weird line between being bigger than live and irregular. jo barkley does it beautifully, but who taught you your broadcasting skills because you've got great jobs man.
thank you very much. and this is something i always wanted to do. like i was never to prospect in middle school or high school. that was like, he's guaranteed to be the m b a player. so i always had the approach that i was going to be successful in the sports and entertainment arena regardless. so while i was a member of the fab 5 at the university of michigan, my major was also communications radio tv film. and i'm one of the people as fortunate enough to actually get the work in a profession that they have a degree in the united states of america. right. and so that there was a time even when i was john hagen. i will my brand that we plan, john bad football and be a live basketball. we try to make a rule that if you lose again, you changes the oldest, gone aside atlanta go to sleep or start picking your nose. and i kinda got this my uncle pale moore who was like to my home, but i li, like, or my dad was like
a combination of mohammad. i leave with a joke and read a box like he was a he was, he was like in detroit, i'm pair moore's nephew or jeannie rhodes. this son knows me as jalen, but they don't call me that in detroit is so what ended up happening is just being around that environment. gave me a little confidence to understand that the ability to communicate something that i love to do. and i started to appreciate the power of the voice and the power of the tongue and how you speak things into power, both positive and negative, and i enjoy doing it. and so in the li clamp are good genes like indiana pacers and we make it to the finals is like all you got to be doing this lab. and then i get traded to the board, 2002. i'm like, well, we got the world's record in the league. i need to pick up a hobby in the off season. so i actually started to work with the g math wards pissed on the idea to work in b, a finals and the lakers in new jersey nets. they liked it. i saw the same idea to
the best damn sports show. fox, they hired me at the agenda with jayla from like, 20023, as you know, they're like 2007. they're started up, brother, star, stuff in between that time i've worked in a bill network, fox movies, a lot of stuff, tnc, and then a 2007, atlanta that he has be and we're talking jalen rose renaissance man. tell me about the podcasts, brother. everybody's got one now, i always said people was i did it for a while. i just don't want to work as hard anymore. but people say why you do a part because they said it's the same that i used to say to a shrink. and he charged me $400.00 an hour. oh, glad you went there. i'll say it is every day that is therapy. that's exactly what it is for me. and so each show has been different. and so i was the 1st former athlete with the pod cast. so now you see a lot of different job in the space, but in 2010,
2011. i've pitch bill simmons, the idea to do the roles report on grant layer. this is before apple, before spotify. i was doing them on you to periscope at the time. and so harris because yes, because sure. right. because i was trying to think it a name and it came to the parents go wow. and so not only did the content continue to come to me and become therapeutic for the audience, but also start to realize that we were doing it. oh you too. i can have a profound impact on the visualization of the show. so i started to change the pictures in the background. see at the time people with radio shows or may had some bible have some hills or something like that. so i put pictures up that represented my personality to represent my background representative that i was passionate
about. and so the jailer jacoby podcast is more variety shows sports been with all of the current events, but then we talk about, you know, the fun things in sports, the renaissance man, not ask. there are a few tick, somebody that's in your phone right now. just telling you about some depression that they have, like i seriously, and i will be saying this, if this wasn't real, everyone did this. i can not make this up. someone call jayla to jacoby voice mail today. and they said they heard something i said on the breakfast club, about simone buyers to more bias and naomi osaka, the gentleman was talking before you know it. he was breaking down at the end of the voicemail. this happened today. he said, you say somebody's life, he was breaking down on there. and so that reminded me, why do the renaissance may of course is fun. and i'm hanging out with chefs. and
i'm hanging our artist and i'm hanging out with comedians. and i'm haven't adam silver, gabrielle jojo, said the entertainer, big sean master p like the list goes on and on of the guess. right? but i do it as a book which makes me proud. and you notice as a veteran in this industry, was somebody's like really putting sweat equity in the concept that they're putting out versus is like cookie cutter? yeah, so i create a theme of so i interview the guess and then i create a theme based on who that guess was that i talk about an acknowledge that the then i interview the guess i do a gone in 60 seconds and do not do a last call about the entire thing is so it becomes so very therapeutic, how it gets executed, how i try to encourage, i call it soul fool. goal right now, a download the renaissance may a podcast. this is my soul for like dinner, said,
is there a few days and is truthful and his honest and i'm really glad that the new york post will give me the opportunity to express myself. yeah, it's got a tight format, but at the end of the day it's got a human quality that you don't hear a lot of these things. and when you that is powerful to hear that guy call in because you got to remember there's somebody out there. this is like a 911 call for them collect like you checked in with them and pulled them off the ledge it's, it's amazingly powerful stuff, man. it is, it reminds us the power of our voices and the influence that we have. and it taught me just as an industry veteran and somebody as so very fortunate, i've earned the respect of my peers in the industry and my crown in the audience that i can't just talk. i can't just speak, they expect me to preach, and they expect me to have
a moral moral compass behind what i say. i can't just, you know, be irresponsible with my voice. and that was a reminder of that for me. how important that is, a, by the way off topic, but on topic to some degree speaking to preach and a spider. sally still stuck with that content. and mo, todd, that's my gas. either sell, they put me odors, we give dan sports or we bought the minucci. imagine my brother it was half of it was cold. like, you know, i made y'all got to stay in the room. i bought the house in the middle of the tray city. i remember saying that article writer but the place and he was all in the 1st blush of look at this bad. better wait so that he now be way to let him go.
that is a heavy not you got to carry their spider, adela. so larry's dallas layer, that was a classic moment. glad you brought that up in closing, let me talk about the jalen rose leadership academy. hit me ma'am. tell me about it . what's it about? thank you very much for allowing me to acknowledge it because everything that happens at our school, dennis is nonprofit and it's important for us to get the word out because everything need to be written or raised. we're open enrollment with tuition free. we're public charter, a founded to school in 2011. and the thing that makes our school extra special is we're not only graduating young people from high school. we're also supporting them and graduating them from college as well. college or university community college, secondary education, military, whatever they desire to do. so we're basically in their lives from there
a great summer. and so there 6 year in college, almost in a lot of cases because people don't graduate in 4 years. and why is that? so still substantial is because you don't get as far what a high school diploma anymore. no, it's not. you get these young people to the finish line. say hey, graduation to graduate from high school. don't you have your head in the air you, you never see a high school again, and they never support you again. well, when a journey isn't over, but you can now go get a job and make a $100000.00. get occur on a plan. and then move out of the neighborhood. i don't work that way. and since unfortunately in america, the quality of the education has been defined by a person's zip code. i wanted to create a public school that had all the makings of a private school environment that we could help provide. and so i'm really proud to work has been done with number one in the city of detroit for college matriculation . we graduate 97 percent of our scott. wow. and i'm proud of and if you ever in
detroit, i would love to give you a tour, introduce you to our young people and our staff. i'd be honored brother, and i can see why your 103 year old beloved grandmother felt it was ok to move on to heaven. because she said, well, you, my grad jayla. he is not in the hell out of the ball at every level. and then circling back around in the zip code to take care of the people like being took care that, that she said that she would say that she said baby, i'll look out over window. and i pray for you all day. you do such an amazing job with everyone juggling everything. when i was just used to make me scrap books, i have like 10 large tubs of scrap books were monday we'll be in a newspaper. my grandmother were cut it out. they say my name on the news coming up
next. she popped in the v h. s tape, the v c r. she will record a time stamp and this is 6 seconds. this is 1900 seconds. i'm so very grateful that i had, i still have the love and support my late mother and grandmother. and so thank you for acknowledging that. that's exactly what she used to say. well, brother, it is so nice to see a man who's fully realized, you know, you could be beaten to hell out of a career and not have the other thing tied up. the personal life. you seem like tom wolf, sudden his great novel, a man and full brother it's. it's a good time to be jalen rose. i'm happy for you. it's nice to meet you, man. if i'm ever in mo time, i will take you up on that tour. brother, you've got to day and i appreciate the love have a great have a meal. jalen rose full of good to talk to you man. you so dennis miller plus what? the the oh the now we have easy.
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