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  • I want to now bring in a man one of your teammates during Kobe's rookie year and certainly for a lot longer.

    我現在想引進一個人,在科比新秀年的時候,你的隊友之一,當然也是更久的隊友。

  • Mr.

    先生

  • Byron Scott.

    拜倫-斯科特

  • Thank you so much, friend for joining us.

    非常感謝朋友的加入。

  • Kobe gave a great shout out to Byron in his mamba mentality book, mentioning how much he learned from you early in your career.

    科比在他的曼巴心態書中對拜倫大加讚賞,提到他在職業生涯早期從你身上學到了很多東西。

  • So, Byron, what was it like for you the first time you faced up against Kobe in practice?

    那麼,拜倫,你第一次在訓練中面對科比的時候是什麼感覺?

  • Because, as Robert said, he came to you.

    因為正如羅伯特所說,他來找你了。

  • All is a young pup, you know, Big Shot knows that.

    都是年輕的小狗,你知道的,大人物知道。

  • I mean, we have some great practice of some very competitive practice.

    我的意思是,我們有一些偉大的實踐的一些非常有競爭力的做法。

  • Big shot, big time competitive himself.

    大人物,自己的競爭力很大。

  • Uh, Kobe and 17, 18 years old, just wouldn't back down to anybody, you know, He wanted to take that challenge.

    呃,科比和17,18歲,只是不會退縮到任何人,你知道,他想接受挑戰。

  • That's why we got so close is because he wanted to ask all these questions about the MBA, how he could take advantage of his talents.

    之所以我們走得這麼近,就是因為他想問這些關於MBA的問題,如何發揮他的才能。

  • And what were people gonna try to do to take advantage of him?

    那人們會怎麼做來利用他呢?

  • And, you know, as a rookie, you'd always know people will come at you, especially vest.

    而且,你知道,作為一個菜鳥,你總是會知道別人會衝著你來,尤其是馬甲。

  • They're gonna come at you.

    他們會來找你的

  • You gotta be ready for that.

    你得做好準備。

  • Try to take advantage of you.

    想佔你的便宜。

  • But his, you know, his mentality even then was that he was gonna be the best.

    但他的,你知道,他的心態 即使在那時是,他是要去是最好的。

  • You know, he was gonna outwork everybody way.

    你知道嗎,他要比每個人都要努力。

  • All knew he had talent.

    都知道他有天賦。

  • That was obvious.

    這很明顯。

  • From day one on, you had to kind of guide that talent.

    從第一天開始,你就得有點引導這個人才。

  • But in the long run, we knew that talent is gonna take over in the work at just made him that much more special.

    但從長遠來看,我們知道,人才是會接管的工作,在只是讓他更特別。

  • Uh, you know, But he said from day one to me one and all the conversations that we had, uh, that he wanted to be wanted to be one of the greatest players in the league.

    呃,你知道,但他從第一天開始就對我說... ...我們所有的對話,呃,他想成為... ...想成為聯盟中最偉大的球員之一。

  • And I looked at him way out of the and I said, Man, the way you work, you will be on, Uh hey.

    我看著他的出路,我說,夥計,你的工作方式, 你會在,呃,嘿。

  • Turned out being working greatest of all time, you know?

    原來是工作最偉大的時間,你知道嗎?

  • Think about Kobe.

    想想科比。

  • Also, he wasn't afraid to ask questions.

    而且,他也不怕問問題。

  • A lot of guys are afraid to ask questions, and Kobe would go to you if he wants to know about another player.

    很多人都不敢問問題,科比如果想知道其他球員的情況,會去找你。

  • He would ask questions.

    他會問問題。

  • So that was the best thing about him.

    所以這是他最棒的地方。

  • He was gonna learn some way or another.

    他要去學習一些方法或其他。

  • He was gonna figure it out.

    他要想辦法解決。

  • Well, I like about all three of you guys had interactions with Kobe very early.

    好吧,我喜歡大約你們三個人很早就和科比有了互動。

  • And then, of course, also very late.

    當然,也很晚。

  • And Byron, you were in such a crazy position.

    而拜倫,你的處境是如此瘋狂。

  • We just showed that page from Kobe's book.

    我們剛剛展示了科比書中的那一頁。

  • The photo he put up of the two of you was him hugging you.

    他放出的你們兩個的照片是他抱著你的。

  • I believe that's an Andrew Bernstein special and just thanking you for all of the conversations that you had.

    我相信這是安德魯-伯恩斯坦的特別節目,只是感謝你為你所做的所有對話。

  • But that not only came when he was a young player, it came when you turned around and then coached him at the end of his career.

    但這不僅是在他還是一個年輕球員的時候,而是在你轉身後,然後在他的職業生涯結束時執教他。

  • What was that like to span the very beginning?

    跨越最開始的時候是什麼感覺?

  • To then, of course, the very end.

    到那時,當然是到最後。

  • You know, the last two years that I had in L.

    你知道,過去兩年,我在L。

  • A coaching, having having KP on that team, it was the best two years of my life and coaching and some bringing success early with New Orleans and New Jersey.

    一個教練,有KP在那支球隊,這是我生命中最好的兩年,執教和一些帶來成功的早期與新奧爾良和紐澤西。

  • Um, but it can't compare it to the last two years I spent with Kobe here in L.

    嗯,但不能和過去兩年我和科比在L這裡度過的日子相比。

  • A way got to read, you know, reunite, reconnect way.

    一種方式得到了閱讀,你知道,團聚,重新連接的方式。

  • Spent a lot of time together.

    花了很多時間在一起。

  • You know, I got a lot of five o'clock a m calls in the morning about like, man, do you ever sleep?

    你知道,我得到了很多早上五點鐘的電話 關於像,男人,你有沒有睡覺?

  • You know, I mean, he was just one of those guys that, you know, it was driven.

    你知道,我的意思是,他只是那些傢伙之一, 你知道,它是驅動。

  • And I loved that about him and, like, you know, like, Robert just said, you know, it wasn't afraid to ask questions.

    我喜歡他的這一點,而且,你知道,就像,羅伯特剛才說的,你知道,它不怕問問題。

  • Uh, you know, and that's the thing I loved about even at 37 years old, you know, Wasn't afraid to ask me questions about, you know, game planning, practice planning, whatever it may be.

    呃,你知道,這是我喜歡的事情 即使在37歲,你知道,不怕問我的問題, 你知道,遊戲計劃,練習計劃,不管它可能是。

  • And, uh, he was just one of those guys that he just felt that every day you can learn, You know, every day you can get better as a basketball player every day you can learn as a person.

    而且,呃,他只是那些傢伙之一 他只是覺得每天你可以學習, 你知道,每天你可以得到更好的作為一個籃球運動員 每天你可以學習作為一個人。

  • And he took that, you know?

    他把這一點,你知道嗎?

  • Literally e I know.

    字面意思是我知道。

  • That's the one that he changed his number 2.

    就是他換了2號的那個。

  • 24 because he was always talking about, You know, you got 24 hours in the day and that day, you know those 24 hours you get better on.

    24,因為他總是說,你知道,你有一天24小時,那一天,你知道這24小時,你得到更好的。

  • And I loved about him because of his spirit, his passion not only for the basketball, but for life.

    而我喜歡他,是因為他的精神,他對籃球的熱情,不僅僅是對籃球的熱情,更是對生活的熱情。

  • You know, we know how much.

    你知道,我們知道多少。

  • He loved his girls in this family, but most very competitive I've ever been around.

    他很喜歡他的女孩在這個家庭,但最非常競爭,我一直在身邊。

  • You know, Magic Johnson was unbelievable competitor in practice.

    你知道,魔術師約翰遜在訓練中是令人難以置信的競爭者。

  • You know, I've been with big Shot when we have practice.

    你知道,我一直與大射手 當我們有實踐。

  • When Kobe was how competitive he was.

    當科比是多麼的有競爭力。

  • I know how competitive man Matt Barnes is.

    我知道馬特-巴恩斯有多爭氣。

  • I know that dude.

    我知道那個傢伙。

  • He just goes out his going up.

    他只是出去他的去了。

  • Are you gonna make it rough on you?

    你要讓它粗糙的你嗎?

  • But Kobe just had that about him that every day he was gonna give you 110% and he was gonna go at you.

    但科比就是有這樣的特點,他每天都會給你110%的努力,他要向你進攻。

  • And he didn't respect you if you didn't go back at him, that's the one thing about did not respect you.

    而且你不回他,他就不尊重你,這就是不尊重你的一個道理。

  • If you look back at it, if you if you looked at him and just thought he was bigger than God or you know I can he didn't have no respect for you.

    如果你回過頭來看,如果你... ...如果你看著他,只是覺得他比上帝還大,或者你知道我可以他沒有對你的尊重。

  • But if you went at him, you know, he had all the all the respect for you.

    但如果你對他下手,你知道的,他對你有所有的尊重。

  • And that's the thing that I loved about his competitive nature.

    而這也是我喜歡他爭強好勝的原因。

  • His passion for the game is passion for life.

    他對遊戲的熱情就是對生活的熱情。

  • His passion for his family.

    他對家庭的熱情。

  • I mean, those two years, like I said, rich.

    我的意思是,這兩年,就像我說的,有錢。

  • I'll never forget those two as bad as our team.

    我永遠不會忘記這兩個人,就像我們的球隊一樣糟糕。

  • Waas e two years I've ever had as a coach.

    這是我當教練以來的兩年。

  • That's an amazing statement.

    這是一個驚人的聲明。

  • Byron, You're someone who won multiple rings, played with magic, as you said, coached in the MBA Finals.

    拜倫,你是一個贏得多枚戒指的人,用魔術打球,就像你說的,在MBA總決賽上執教。

  • And yet your two best years coaching were those really great message that it is not.

    然而你執教最好的兩年是那些真正偉大的資訊,它不是。

  • It is not all about the wins and losses, and especially with someone like Kobe Bryant.

    勝負不是全部,尤其是像科比-布萊恩特這樣的人。

  • He was known as such a winner, but it's what he gave us all along the way that we really want to celebrate today.

    他被稱為這樣的贏家,但今天我們真正要慶祝的是他一路走來給我們的東西。

  • It's about so much more than just the titles.

    它的意義遠不止是標題。

  • Byron, thank you so much for joining us today.

    拜倫,非常感謝你今天加入我們的行列。

  • Excellent to see you, my friend.

    很高興見到你,我的朋友。

  • Thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.

    感謝您在YouTube上觀看ESPN的體育直播和優質內容。

I want to now bring in a man one of your teammates during Kobe's rookie year and certainly for a lot longer.

我現在想引進一個人,在科比新秀年的時候,你的隊友之一,當然也是更久的隊友。

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