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Strictly Speaking Live: The Legendary Pee Wee Kirkland

Pee Wee Kirkland is a basketball legend, a man who turned down NBA money because the money and allure of the streets were too powerful to turn his back on. And over sixty years later, Pee Wee is still one of the most recognizable faces in the entire sport without having ever stepped onto the NBA hardwood. During our first live podcast, Rod and Laron spoke with the hoops legend and he dropped much knowledge on all in attendance, including this gem on the one and done practice.

Strictly Speaking Live – Pee Wee Kirkland Talks One And Done

 

You can listen to the full interview below and check out more Strictly Speaking episodes here.

 

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