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  • here with writer model and activist Mallory Eden's Hillary hanging like fast.

  • Yes, that we don't know exactly how you doing?

  • Good.

  • Thank you for having your your bucks one earlier today.

  • They a couple minutes ago.

  • Really?

  • Yeah.

  • Is that like a day to day for you and your family?

  • Like a Do you live and die day to day on the success of the Milwaukee Bucks?

  • Um, it definitely things were definitely better in my family when they're winning.

  • Like I'm not gonna lie.

  • Like when they lost in the playoffs last year was like, OK, I'm going back to L.

  • A.

  • Like by guys, I can't imagine a stances regular fans.

  • Your mood is determined sometimes by your by your team winning or losing when your family owns the team, It's next level.

  • Yeah.

  • I mean, I think you just you have a much bigger appreciation to even just like beyond your own personal investment.

  • And like the game itself and the players on the court, you just have a such a bigger appreciation for all the people that go into a successful organization and a successful team.

  • And so, like, you just kind of feel that loss, like top to bottom a little bit more acutely than you do is a normal fan, because there's just so many people whose like life work and lively hoods and all of these things are invested in the team.

  • And, uh, yeah, losing sucks.

  • That must because the costing my that ever bought was like a DVD player.

  • Thousands.

  • That's gotta be a cool 50.

  • You ever when your family is like, Hey, we're This is our This is our thing.

  • Things are Yeah, well, they didn't buy the team until my senior year of high school.

  • So, like I had grown up.

  • Ah, diehard next van.

  • Diehard Diehard.

  • Which we got to talk about in a minute, but it's a throwback Thursday.

  • Let's go back in time.

  • That 2014 The MBA draft.

  • Yeah.

  • You were there?

  • Yes.

  • What do you remember most?

  • Um, so I was a senior in high school.

  • Um, and I look very random and weird.

  • Had, like, broken my school my senior year of high school, so I had kind of been out of commission for a while.

  • Uh, I can't with this one.

  • How did that happen?

  • Horseback ride really competitively.

  • So like in a bad horse accident October of my senior year of high school.

  • So I have kind of just been like, yeah, out of commission.

  • And my dad, like, knows I love basketball.

  • It was such a big part of our lives, like even before they were involved with the bucks.

  • And so he was like, Mallory like, this would be I was I didn't just love asked what was a huge basketball nerd.

  • He was like, This would be the coolest thing for you to go.

  • Do you like it would be fun they're doing in New York.

  • Like you should go do it.

  • I had the state Championships for track the next day.

  • I was like, OK, like, but I'll be home in time to good, Bad, right.

  • Uh and yeah, it was really fun.

  • I think I didn't really appreciate that.

  • It was like on national TV, like I wasn't thinking about it.

  • I was just I was sitting next to Dr J.

  • And I was like, This is the coolest thing ever.

  • You know, I was just excited.

  • And then that's not you were introduced to the whole world.

  • So what was the aftermath like the social media that night and like, Oh, my God, it's weird because like, my instagram is private And I had only gotten a Twitter, like, a few weeks before when they bought the team, because I was like, Oh, everyone's tweeting this news on Twitter.

  • Um, and I don't have one.

  • And I would like to read these tweets, So I had downloaded Twitter, but I didn't even realize that I was, like, public or people could follow me.

  • I didn't like it, didn't think about it, and then my sister was like holding my phone while they were taping it, and, uh, they kind of, like, wrapped it and whatever.

  • And then I went over to my family was like talking to people in My sister gave me a phone.

  • She was like, I don't know what's wrong.

  • It was, like, literally like this.

  • I was like, What?

  • I like my notifications, like, were turned on for Twitter because I didn't use it, Um, and so I couldn't turn on my phone for like a week because it was still every time I turned it on, it was buzzing so much from all the notifications that I was getting on Twitter that like it literally, just, like, wouldn't even turn out.

  • Wow.

  • Well, since that draft that you were at 2014 Fast Bowler team, so much better.

  • It has gotten so much better.

  • You feel like you are a good luck charm for this or what?

  • I hope so.

  • Uh, 2014 also happens to have been honest his rookie year, so Oh, he may have had something to do with this.

  • I mean, I don't know, like, we maybe can't give him that credit, but just getting the credit.

  • How does he mean to this To the city?

  • Um, I mean, to the bucks.

  • Bandai's everything.

  • Of course.

  • He is not only the best player in the, uh, this year last year for many years to come, but he's also just like I think there's not an organization in the India that wouldn't feel so lucky to have him because he's just such a quality character.

  • Human.

  • What's your relationship like with in person?

  • They see in their UMA pound.

  • See what's up there since we were both like Children, right?

  • Yeah, the first time I met, Honest, uh, he really liked Didn't speak very much English.

  • The Senator Cole, who owned the Bucks before his assistant, actually a time her family was Greek.

  • So she spoke.

  • Ah, Greek.

  • And she, um, like I remember like we went to a game and we went We were down on the floor and, like, Honest came over.

  • And she was like, translating for us, Essentially.

  • So it's It's so awesome and so cool to see it, like how his life has grown.

  • Yeah, you guys came so close last year.

  • So this year is the championship or bust.

  • I'm not gonna say or bust because there's so much that has to go.

  • Like even if you put together the best team and everybody shows up every single night and they're doing their best, you have to get so lucky.

  • Like, I think, like, look at what's happened to the Warriors this year.

  • Um, everybody.

  • A few years ago, I think would have thought that, like this scenario where there I don't know if there's I don't know that their second tourist in the West, of course, and last but nobody, I mean nobody.

  • But it's also like if you've been around the MBA for long enough, we're just been around professional sports for long enough.

  • In general, I think you understand that, like, every team is really a couple of injuries away from that scenario.

  • Um, so it's like I feel like it's kind of silly ever to be like or bus, you know, like you do you go to get a kind of lucky.

  • Now you mentioned, you know, you're from New York.

  • Yeah, I heard that you want to buy the Knicks something.

  • So tell us about that plan and what it means to you.

  • So first, I'm gonna make a $1,000,000,000 trillion.

  • That's the one that is my first and easiest stuff.

  • Um, yeah.

  • No, I don't know.

  • When I was like, six years old, I apparently went around telling people that this I still did ballet.

  • At the time.

  • I told people I was gonna, like, be a ballerina and the Nutcracker extreme into The Nutcracker over here, and I loved it.

  • Then I was gonna be the first woman to play in the N b a.

  • Um Then I was gonna buy the next and that I was gonna be president.

  • The first female president has been in the life plan for a long time.

  • Some of those other things have not worked out, but it's like this is gonna be the first thing on the list.

  • Yeah, happen now.

  • Did you, uh would you even consider the Knicks your secondary team?

  • Or did you just drop him when the family took ownership of the books?

  • Do you like an axe?

  • Who is, like, your first love?

  • Yes.

  • Yeah.

  • You know, you're never gonna hate Hm, right?

  • I mean, I don't know, but you would root for your current person to beat them.

  • Yeah, right.

  • Like you're like, I hope my current boyfriend is so much better all of those things, But you're never gonna hate them.

  • That's how I feel about the next point.

  • Well, we can't let you go without talking about the Drake beef.

  • Okay?

  • So what's going on?

  • How did that affect your life?

  • And is it over now?

  • Um, I don't think I mean, we're not beefing.

  • Were good.

  • Um, I don't know.

  • I feel like during the playoffs, like you gotta ride for your teams, like course.

  • And if you're a kind of person who rides for your team, you respect that.

  • You own that, though?

  • I gotta give props, like major props that I was great.

  • So much fun.

  • And everybody remembers that, too.

  • That's one of those moments again where you had to go home and see social media blowing.

  • I'm like, Oh, my God, I'm trending.

  • This is that's right.

  • Now, I didn't really I I guess like I forgot that I was sitting courtside, so I didn't really think anyone would notice.

  • I have a few people would see it being a well, like Aaron Rodgers was sitting next to chugging a beer e.

  • It's next doors that so many games like, Hey, my data friends like he's always like I just forgot that beef is over.

  • Yeah, we're good.

  • Okay, So we're gonna start and no one if that's okay with who You didn't know.

  • Uh, you know who else?

  • The hospice.

  • Victoria's Secret's model.

  • Uh, yeah.

  • Shipped more than one secret multiple secrets were calling us the dog pound beef because you both belong to the same gym, right?

  • I mean, us and every other model.

  • Well, but apparently you both have game, right?

  • Oh, I haven't seen this.

  • Well, take a look, and she I mean, you gotta jump shot, but so to shape.

  • This is also here she is.

  • That's my trainer.

  • What?

  • Your trainer.

  • This is some serious beef.

  • So she's hitting shots.

  • Guess what?

  • She doesn't miss one.

  • So we're really impressed by this.

  • Really?

  • Go.

  • She's out of town hitting shots and her flags training with your trader.

  • I love a good possessing No, my trainer.

  • Huh?

  • I see that you are here.

  • You are.

  • So I'm moving in between panics.

  • I better I better form.

  • You know what?

  • Your shot is really impressive.

  • But I have to ask you, who is the queen of the court?

  • I don't know.

  • I don't know her personally.

  • Maybe we will have to meet and like playing the celebrity All Star game or something like that.

  • I think it will be down with that.

  • Oh, yeah, Absolutely.

  • Thanks for watching ESPN or YouTube.

here with writer model and activist Mallory Eden's Hillary hanging like fast.

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