BetUS Unfiltered Season 2 #003​ | Warren Sapp, Gary Payton & Dawn Lupul Bring us into March!

March 4, 2021

In the Season 2 third episode Gary, Warren and Dawn get us ready for the March Madness insanity about to hit! They hit the JJ Watt news, NBA MVP Odds & of course March Madness along with every sports and pop culture topic you need to know about. Wash it down with Mr. 99 Second, Warren Sapp, bringing it clean and dirty before All-Star weekend and you have an Uncensored ball of infotainment awesomeness.

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PODCAST TRANSCRIPTION
Dawn Lupul:
Welcome to BetUS Unfiltered. Absolutely fantastic show coming up for you. BetUS, America’s favorite sports book because you know, you bet, you win, your ass gets paid. Let’s go, man, it is Hall of Fame zone here on the show. As always we have our all-stars. We have our Hall of Famers. Class of 2013, both of them. Mr. Warren Sapp of the football world and Mr. Gary Payton of the basketball world. They both know a lot about sports, which is a good thing.

Dawn Lupul:
I come from the betting world. I come from the horse racing world/sports betting. My name is Dawn and I’m so glad that you joined us today. Warren, how you at? You’re looking like you’re somewhere warm, always.

Warren Sapp:
You know what, I’m a Florida bug baby and I’ve been known to go after the quarterback, so I bring heat. I am in the Florida Keys fishing and diving, doing what’s Sapp.

Dawn Lupul:
Nice. Gary, how are things treating you? You like lik you got the sun shining in on you. You’re looking good.

Gary Payton:
Yes, I’m in my office. Man, I’m in the Bay Area right down here in Oakland, California area. We got a nice day going on, it’s 70. Warren got all the heat and all the tropical stuff, but I got all the greenery and all the grass and stuff around here. So we just-

Warren Sapp:
The land of milk and honey. I do love it, that’s a beautiful part of town, yes.

Gary Payton:
Yes, sir. Yes, sir.

Dawn Lupul:
I’m up in Toronto, I’ve got all the snow, so we know who’s losing this battle. Let’s jump right in here. That’d be me, it’s hard.

Warren Sapp:
We going to get you a tan, Dawn, don’t worry. Don’t worry.

Dawn Lupul:
I need a tan, I’m looking a little pale.

Warren Sapp:
We’ll get you a tan. We’re going to get you a tan.

Dawn Lupul:
All right. I’m down for that. Okay, guys. There’s so much going on. I don’t know if it’s the air, there’s something, everything. There’s stories all over the place. We’re going to kick things off with something that broke about a week ago.

Dawn Lupul:
An organization called Black Coaches United, you may be familiar with it, we’ll call them BCU, they have not said that student athletes shouldn’t go to the lovely State of Tennessee schools, but they have said that the parents and kids should think about it because the senate was trying to implement rules saying that the universities and colleges needed to implement strict rules that you cannot kneel during the National Anthem.

Dawn Lupul:
So what do you guys think? Gary, we’ll start with you. We’re seeing once again, here we go, politics and sports. Should they even mix like this?

Gary Payton:
Let me tell you something, we all free, we’re free people. We should be able to do whatever we want to do. If these kids want to kneel, they want to do whatever for a cause of what they think is right, then let them do it. This is once again are trying to put us restriction on what we do and what we cannot do. This is not going back into the days of the 1800s where you got slavery going on around here, it’s not going to happen. You know what I’m saying?

Gary Payton:
Let these kids do whatever. If they choose to go to a school, let them choose to do whatever they want to and don’t have no penalties with it. It’s a free country, that’s why we say it’s a free country and it’s freedom of speech. So everybody should be able to do whatever they want to do. Leave these kids alone, if that’s what they want to do, let them do it and then play the sports. We’re looking at sports, that’s what we’re looking at. We ain’t looking at nothing else. If they want to be free and do what they do, let them do it.

Dawn Lupul:
Would you council a kid not to go to Tennessee because of something like this?

Gary Payton:
Absolutely not. I would not council nobody to go nowhere they want to go. If they got a campus that they like, if it’s the University of Tennessee and they want to go to that campus, go to that campus. These guys are talented enough that if they can use their talent and Tennessee wants to come and give them a scholarship, give them a scholarship. They can go where they want to go. If they like that campus and they want to be there, let them be there.

Gary Payton:
I’m not going to do, say, “No, don’t go there.” You know what I’m saying? I’m not doing that. If whatever school they want to go to and they be happy at and they can succeed, let them go to that school.

Dawn Lupul:
How about, Warren?

Warren Sapp:
Why is it always something when the black athlete wants to express our freedom as Americans? When Lebron wants to talk about politics, they tell him shut up and play. You have the right to bear arms unless you a bunch of black people going to see Ronald Reagan in 1967 as the governor of California. Then that’s why California and the wild, wild west got the strictest gun laws out the wild west, because the Black Panthers showed up with guns at Ronald Reagan’s front desk as the governor.

Warren Sapp:
So it’s always a freedom until it’s the black man exercising these freedoms. That’s what going on right now. Why don’t we just stop it? Just stop it. Tennessee, hell no. Don’t go nowhere near Tennessee. Damn Tennessee. Tennessee had a clansmen bust head in the damn state capitol, they had to take out just last year. Hell no. Tennessee you’ve been exposed for the fraud that you are, you can go to hell. You ain’t getting none of my kids that I know. I’m definitely directing them the hell from there.

Warren Sapp:
What is the hell? This a racist National Anthem that had to be changed and the words changed because of what it sung. I mean let’s get to the nitty gritty of this. Let’s stop playing this skirting on the edge. Let’s call it for what it is. America is a racist place, so we need to change it. The only way we change it is by facing the history in which we have white washed for too damn long.

Dawn Lupul:
Well, Black Coaches United doing their part in it for sure. At least getting the conversation going. So it’s something for the kids and the parents to think about. It’s a good discussion.

Dawn Lupul:
We’ll move on to something else that is really topical right now, and that’s the portal. The transfer portal in college sports. A recent example of that is Eric Gilbert, a tight end. Of course, he went to former LSU, he’s a five star rated tight end. Went into the portal, that’s what they say.

Warren Sapp:
That what they say.

Dawn Lupul:
Went into the portal, jumped off-

Warren Sapp:
The men in the bathroom.

Dawn Lupul:
Jumped off at the Florida Gators for one day. I don’t even think he was with the Gators for one day, he de-committed himself, went back into the portal. Warren, why are they jumping ship like this? Did you ever consider for a moment leaving Miami?

Warren Sapp:
As I went my youth to this day, I will die bleeding green and orange, there’s no chance, no way. These are the best years of your life, so that’s why you take your time and you pick a school because this is where you want to attend. This is where you want to play. That has nothing to do with your mama, your daddy, your uncle who hooked you up, the coach at the AAU, none of that. This is all about you.

Warren Sapp:
What these kids are doing is they’re being pacified since they were 13 years old. “You’re the greatest 13 year old in America. We’ve never seen anything. You the greatest thing since Betty White.” Because you know Betty White is older than sliced bread. I used to say sliced bread, but Betty White is older than sliced bread, so I go that route now.

Dawn Lupul:
That’s cute.

Warren Sapp:
Oh, very cute. Golden Girl, that is my thing. That’s why I used Betty White. Listen, these kids need to be told, “You’re going to have to go to the back of the line and work your way up.” Just like every other kid was told when I went to college. There was no transport portal, that was a ticket one way home, back to that damn raggedy shack your mama had to get you out of. That was the scariest thing for me. Not the transport portal, not playing time, was going back to Plymouth, Florida.

Warren Sapp:
These kids need to be set in their place. They get set on a pedestal and now you can’t do number what you told me and my mama was going to happen on my couch. I was going to play, I was going to start, I was going to be an all American.

Dawn Lupul:
Gary, this transfer portal has opened up a whole can of worms, it started in 2018 and now it’s absolutely tripling in students entering it. What is the NCAA and Power Five do about this?

Gary Payton:
Well, you know what, Dawn? This is just tragic because what Warren was saying. Nowadays you know that these kids are now teaming up. So one player say this, they say, “Okay, man, I’m going to Miami, man. Oh, man, I just committed to Florida, and come on over here with me. Let’s do this. I can bring him over here, y’all.” Then they’ll be like, “Oh, no, let me go back in the portal, man, I’m about to go on my butt.” You know what I’m saying?

Gary Payton:
So it is what Warren is saying. You got these AAU coaches, these parents, who then go over there and say, “Oh, we might get something better over here in Miami. We might get something better over here in Florida State.” You know what I’m saying? “So let’s change, let’s go.”

Gary Payton:
See, once you commit to somewhere, you’re supposed to stay there, that’s to me. I think you stay at what you want to. You know what I’m saying? I went to Oregon State. Everybody thought that was a small school and I said, “Well, my mama wanted me to go there, so I went there.” Then all of the sudden, hey, I’m not going to do this. I’m not going to say, “Okay, after one year, man, let me go transfer to UNLB, man, because they better.” No, I’m going to stay right here and make this team what I did because I committed to them.

Gary Payton:
That’s what these kids need to start doing. The NCAA should start saying it, “Okay, if you want to transfer, I’m penalizing you. I’m taking one year from you. I’m going to take maybe two years from you.”

Warren Sapp:
That’s what it used to be. You wouldn’t get in that portal, boy, you had to wait. Yes.

Gary Payton:
That prop 48 and all that, we used to have all of that. They got to go back to that, man, when they making up excuses talking about, “Oh, I done made a mistake. Man, the coach ain’t no good. I’m mad at this one because I’m gone. Let me transfer.” Then the NCAA let them transfer. No, stop that crap. Man, go to the school you supposed to go to if you commit, that’s your problem, and then that’s it.

Gary Payton:
I mean these kids are just, they’re given too much leeway and too much power to do whatever they want to do. Then they only stay in that school for four or five months. Then they getting out. You know what I’m saying? Football is the only one that I like because they got to stay until their junior year. You know what I’m saying? Everybody else, they leave, then in six months they go there. That’s why college sports is nothing no more.

Gary Payton:
It’s nothing because there’s no teams that’s good because they go one and done and they’re out of there. Then you got to build over from scratch. So I just hate this. I hate this where the kids is doing it.

Dawn Lupul:
All right. I believe Brian Jones transferred and says it worked out for him. So I don’t know. I guess for some kids it works.

Warren Sapp:
I want to know where he went before he went to that school.

Dawn Lupul:
They’re not telling us.

Warren Sapp:
Oh, no, he’s not going to fess up.

Dawn Lupul:
He’s not talking, fess up. This is happening in pro sports too, of course, and we’ll segue into our next story, is with JJ Watt jumping to Arizona. So, Warren, we’ll go to you. Obviously this is huge news, right? I mean this is a big, big move.

Warren Sapp:
No, this stinks. This stinks. Here it is again, the great white hype. JJ Watt has played 15 games, two seasons in the last five. Three back surgeries, what? I was on the market for three days, I don’t need to be wined and dined, I don’t need nobody to wipe my butt. I don’t need no red carpet rolled out. I need me a team that’s committed to me, I’m committed to them, and I’m on my way.

Warren Sapp:
He drug this out, Cleveland, Raiders, this, that. What? When has JJ Watt had that season?

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah.

Warren Sapp:
Yeah.

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah, okay. So apparently-

Warren Sapp:
This ain’t a big story. This just one of those catered guys that we like to talk about a lot. There ain’t nothing to JJ Watt except for swim move and looking for a boot on the side, that’s it. There’s nothing more.

Dawn Lupul:
Nothing’s done quietly anymore, right? Because everybody’s further in demand.

Warren Sapp:
Yeah, there is. Yeah, it is.

Dawn Lupul:
Well, some people do.

Warren Sapp:
Yeah, some people know how to … No, JJ Watt wants the celebrity. He wants this, he wants that.

Dawn Lupul:
Absolutely.

Warren Sapp:
Except he don’t want 16 games. When he plays 16 games, somebody let me know, because he only done it 40% of the time in the last five years, and you get 15 plus million dollars a year for that? Oh my god, I was born at the wrong time.

Dawn Lupul:
I know, he got a lot of money.

Warren Sapp:
Oh, I was born at the wrong time.

Dawn Lupul:
How about that line now though, Warren, with Chandler Jones? I mean how do you see that being? I mean these guys are two sack machines.

Warren Sapp:
That’s the whole problem. When you a sack machine and you’re playing the NFC West with Seattle, San Francisco, they like to hit you in the mouth. With your part and them linemen, ain’t no rushing no passer, they ain’t rushing no passer. You got to get down and dirty. Until you want to get down and dirty, let’s not talk about rushing no passer. Because I hate when all they want to tell, “I’m a pass rusher.” Well, trample the run on your way to the passer, there’s a process to this.

Dawn Lupul:
Just a side note, I believe Brian went to UCLA. I’m just getting that in my ear here.

Warren Sapp:
The university of spoiled children? He transferred from the university of spoiled children?

Dawn Lupul:
He’s proud of every moment of it, so don’t forget that-

Warren Sapp:
Hey, we know how Texas likes to pay. They plan to open up the whole State of Texas next Wednesday, my god, look out.

Gary Payton:
Yes, they are.

Dawn Lupul:
We’ll get back to JJ for a minute, we’ll leave the school of spoiled children behind. Gary, what do you think? I mean, players moving now. We just talked about it in the college. They get talking to each other. There it was, D Hop gets on his Instagram and Photoshops some image of him and JJ in Arizona, the uniforms. So how much of a part does that play? Players recruiting other players?

Gary Payton:
Well, as Warren know, that’s big too because this is their era. They’re all homies, they’re all buddies. Then when you see what he tweet after he goes, he said he comes to Arizona plus tired because of what’s going on for the quarterback because he wanted to play with the quarterback. But you know how Dewann recruiting, everybody was recruiting him, even, what’s his name? Number 55, Jones on there, he was recruiting him too or whatever.

Gary Payton:
It’s about recruitment. I think JJ Watt was going to Arizona from day one. He was just trying to do it just like what Lebron did when he was, he was making everybody hype so he had do this show. You can see it on TV and you watch him fly everywhere, they have fun. He knew where he was going to Arizona from day one, that’s it. That deal was on the table long time ago and these guys had already talked. Just to pump it up. Dawn, this is about IG, Instagram.

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah, Instagram.

Gary Payton:
You want to get.

Warren Sapp:
Straight flexing.

Gary Payton:
Watt’s got a lot more likes. He’s probably got 100 or 200,000 more likes for this because he did this circus. That’s all this was. It wasn’t nothing but a circus. He knew he was going to Arizona, stop all that, man. Then you come out and then you going to be lifting weights in a Arizona shirt. He was doing that three weeks ago, man, come on now. So I’m not going for that.

Gary Payton:
These guys already done talked, they had already hooked up. He knew when he was becoming a free agent, he was going where Hop was. Hop had already been talking about it, he knew he was going with his buddy. They were friends down there in Texas, so they were already hooked up for this.

Warren Sapp:
JJ Watt want to win and he ain’t going to be the cog in it that gets it done, so he going to surround himself with some better players. That’s what he’s trying to do. He’s trying to steal a championship, that’s what he’s trying to do.

Dawn Lupul:
So if he goes to the Hall of Fame, which is a possibility, what jersey does he go in with then?

Warren Sapp:
No, we don’t-

Gary Payton:
[inaudible 00:15:29].

Warren Sapp:
No, no, no. No, no. We don’t do that in the NFL. You go in as the player in your whole resume. Yeah, because I got Raiders and Bucs underneath mine. I only played for two teams, I got Raiders and Bucs right underneath mine. It goes that way. They do it that way. I’m in the Raiders Hall of Fame thing as a Hall of Famer for my Raider too, just like I’m in Tampa.

Gary Payton:
Yeah, you know-

Warren Sapp:
You just go as a player.

Gary Payton:
Yeah, we go different. We get to pick which team we want to go as. I played for five teams and I sure wasn’t-

Warren Sapp:
Supersonic, supersonic.

Gary Payton:
[inaudible 00:15:59] all day.

Warren Sapp:
Yeah.

Gary Payton:
You know what I’m saying? So we had to go like that. You know what I’m saying? So that’s what I went as.

Dawn Lupul:
Okay. That’s kind of cool how it’s different like that. Something else you did, Gary, and this I’m very curious to hear a story about this. You know Jeremy Lin quite well. So Jeremy’s another person who’s taken to social media in the recent last few days to speak about there’s been racism against the Asian Americans, there’s racism against everybody. So Asian Americans are feeling it as well.

Dawn Lupul:
He came out and said that in the G league, somebody who he wouldn’t name who it was, called him coronavirus during a game. Now I understand you trained Jeremy early on in his career. So was he right to put this out on social media? Or should he have just kept this to himself?

Gary Payton:
I don’t think you should keep anything to yourself. Anybody come at me as a racism thing, I’m going to go back at them. You know what I’m saying? I don’t care who it is. If you say something disrespectful to me and I think that it’s not necessary to do it, I’m going to go back at you.

Gary Payton:
This guy has feelings just like anybody else and he’s around his peers and around everybody that he plays with. That if somebody’s thinking that way, they’re retarded and they’re stupid. To me that’s what it is. That’s what kind of respect that you should give somebody.

Gary Payton:
I don’t care what nationality you are, you should not go at anybody else talking about a coronavirus. You don’t even know what you’re talking about. You don’t know what his nationality did, what you’re saying is that they started it. They brought it all over here and did all of this. You’re teasing him for what reason? He is not the one who created the virus. You know what I’m saying? That is not happening. So don’t punish him because of the simple fact is of his nationality. I don’t care about that.

Gary Payton:
Just like what we’re going through, as Warren always say, when a black man is getting treated unfairly all the time. Why are we getting treated that way? We weren’t the ones who started this in the early 1800s or whatever. We didn’t accept it, we didn’t start this. So you’re punishing us because of the color of our skin? Don’t do that. I’m tired of this. I’m tired of everybody always teasing somebody about the nationality and doing things like that.

Gary Payton:
This guy didn’t do anything to no one. So don’t treat him with disrespect. Treat him as everything it is. This is the 20th century now. We’re not into that no more. Everything is changing. This is over. This is 2021, get out of that. We out of this right now.

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah, it’s time.

Gary Payton:
That’s why we have a lot of problems of what we been doing for the last year because we’re not changing and people need to change. We need to change right away.

Dawn Lupul:
You guys are the perfect people to talk about this because as far as trash talking, you guys know. It was as big part of both of your games, definitely. I can’t even imagine. I don’t-

Warren Sapp:
No, there’s lines, there’s lines. Dawn, there’s lines you don’t cross.

Dawn Lupul:
There must be.

Warren Sapp:
There’s lines you don’t cross. You don’t go wives, kids, money, were the three things in the locker room. Race? Come on, man. Now see, here’s the thing that I have for this individual that Jeremy Lin won’t name, I know exactly who he is. You’re an ignorant Fox watcher because that’s all that is. That foolish Kong flu and all that, don’t start that, man. Come on, man.

Warren Sapp:
We done got the racist in chief out the White House, so let’s stop all that rhetoric. Let’s stop it, man, you know better. You know better. You know better. You know better. You want to see that man, tell him to see you outside after the game. I promise you, you’ll be a lot more afraid of him then because you think he got some karate for that ass. Play with it that way.

Dawn Lupul:
What was he like, Gary? Was he a good young kid? Jeremy?

Gary Payton:
Jeremy, man, is a great kid, man. I mean all these people really don’t get to know people. I don’t just people by what other people tell me. You have to let me be around that person and let me understand what’s going on and let me judge for myself.

Gary Payton:
Jeremy Lin is a great young kid. He’s a great young kid. He went through a lot, especially living out here in the Bay Area, his parents and stuff was from a different country. He had to go through a lot of things. You remember when he got back in it and got Linsanity in New York. He was sleeping on somebody’s couch. He’s been through a lot of stuff and then got an opportunity one time, and then all of the sudden Baron Davis gets hurt and he gets an opportunity and he runs with it.

Gary Payton:
Don’t downgrade this kid because of anything else. He went through a lot just like anybody else. Just like what Warren grew up, he grew up in a bad situation, jacks and stuff like that, and happened to go out and support his mom and things like that. I grew up in the streets of Oakland, California, where I had to go through the neighborhoods thinking about dope dealers wanting to get at me and stuff like that. But I had a chance to get out of there.

Gary Payton:
So don’t treat him that way. He did the same thing we did. Everybody now went through something. Leave this kid alone because I like this kid and I love this kid. I would’ve never worked him up, I would have never got around him, if I didn’t think he was a good kid. Yes, he is a good kid.

Dawn Lupul:
All right. Well, there you go. Leave Jeremy alone. What’s wrong with you people?

Gary Payton:
Please do.

Dawn Lupul:
Leave everyone alone.

Gary Payton:
Or you’re going to see me. What Warren said, you don’t want to see me on one on one.

Warren Sapp:
I’ll come. I’ll cover your back. I’m coming with you. I’m coming in with you, GP. Everybody see both of us on that one, boy. That just wrong. What?

Gary Payton:
It will [inaudible 00:21:23].

Warren Sapp:
Who the hell start that shit?

Dawn Lupul:
Me and Paul are going to come too, you’re really going to be in trouble.

Warren Sapp:
Oh, we get ours, we get ours.

Dawn Lupul:
Let’s talk some Knicks while we’re at it then because people were celebrating, the fans were out because their team was actually at 500, which has only happened I think three times in the last 20 years this late into the season after 35 games, that they’ve been 500. That just brings up a whole lot of questions.

Dawn Lupul:
I got Julius Randle, RJ Barrett are balling there. They got the one, two punch going on. Gary, obviously it’s a big market. You need these big market teams to be relevant. So this has to be a good story.

Gary Payton:
It’s a great story, Dawn, because the simple fact is, is now we go back to Pat Riley when he had the Knicks rolling. He had them going, they were winning things, going to the championships, had a good team with Ewing and all of them, Oakley and stuff like that.

Gary Payton:
The team has been down and I think that was because it was wrong, the wrong people were in there making wrong decisions. Now that you bring Thibodeau in the thing, he’s the type of coach where he’s going to do things the right way and get the right players. You remember the Knicks, they were drafting guys at the same position every year, every year. Trying to get the best athlete every year, every year. Why not go and get the person you need for the position that you need to have it?

Warren Sapp:
Hello.

Gary Payton:
He’s out there doing that. Then they got now, it’s not six people on the floor who think they’re the number two and the number three and the number one pick. It’s one guy who they’re going through and Julius Randle who is playing basketball and made his all-star, first all-star, the dude is going to make it this weekend, and that’s what they do. Go around him.

Gary Payton:
Then the young kid, Barrett comes in and be the number two touch. Thibodeau got him playing. He’s a old school coach that’s going to take no nonsense. He’s going to get you out of there or you’re going to play the way he want him to play. You going to play his style of basketball and I think that’s what’s happening and I think the organization is now giving a coach that type of leeway to run things the way he should. He got these kids playing the way the basketball they need to play.

Dawn Lupul:
There’s a lot of-

Gary Payton:
I think now people are going to want to come there, a super star is going to want to come there now, because they’re in the right direction now.

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah. It was a big question when Thibodeau came in because people were saying he’s tough, he’s hard nosed, he might run these kinds into the ground. But with all those younger players, it seems like he’s a good fit there.

Gary Payton:
He is.

Warren Sapp:
Hold on. Hold on, hold on, hold on. Neither one of y’all was here, but Peter Vecsey came on BetUS Unfiltered and proceeded to gut William Wesley wide open. Called him a pimp and everything but a child of god on BetUS. I want to know what Peter Vecsey got to say about the New York Knicks right now at this point because-

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah.

Warren Sapp:
It was crazy. It was wild. I mean one of the wildest things. Man, I wish we could rewind that shit right now. It was crazy. It was crazy, dog. He don’t know football, I mean he don’t know basketball. He’s getting a kickback from all of those years down with Tyler Perry and shipping him players. Like what? That was unbelievable.

Dawn Lupul:
It’s good for the league too though, right, Warren? I mean you can’t have-

Warren Sapp:
No.

Dawn Lupul:
Teams always being bad. You can’t stay bad forever.

Warren Sapp:
Madison Square Garden is the mecca of basketball. That’s where Michael Jordan put a double nickel on them after he came back. That’s the place where Johnny Starks, went left in over the thing with the bang. That’s Madison Square Garden.

Warren Sapp:
We can’t have everything in Brooklyn with the Brooklyn Nets, that’s just going to draw away from New York. Let’s have them both good, let’s see what happens. That would be real good basketball then. A battle for New York. How about that?

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah, absolutely. I mean because you never, well, you had two losing seasons. But hardly any. 11 winning seasons out of 13, right? Is that what I saw? Gary, you too. Seattle was actually really strong. I mean obviously you had a lot of solid years there, but it has to be difficult for a player to face the same scene every year and to see the front office not doing anything to help them out.

Gary Payton:
Well, Dawn, that is kind of bad because I’m like Warren, when I was with the Seattle Supersonics for 13 years, I didn’t have one losing season. So that was a big thing for me. I didn’t lose one time. I didn’t lose one time. I missed out on the playoffs one year, that was when we had the lockout and came 50/50. We played 50 games and we went 25 and 25 and missed the playoffs by one game.

Gary Payton:
So when you’re losing, it’s just like when I left, the Sonics went down in the tank and then it got sold. You remember? I left in 2003, they got sold in 2007, and went to Oklahoma City. That’s because the organization had got took over by a bad owner and they started losing for the next four years. Then fans started going. It’s a bad situation when you start losing. Nobody wants to come to the games, nobody’s wanting to deal with them no more.

Gary Payton:
It’s just like tank. Everybody don’t want to play, they start talking about when we going to Miami? When we going to be at Cancun? When we going to be at Cabo? It just goes to that and tanks. That is what the New York Knicks has been through, but now it’s changing.

Gary Payton:
I love the way that they’re playing right now. They’re above 500 by one game and they just going to keep going. Man, I think that Thibodeau has them playing the right way. These kids are happy to play that way because you see what happened in Atlanta. The kids were doing really well and then all of the sudden, all them now, all the players, they want a new coach.

Gary Payton:
What do they do? They stop playing. Then what happens? The coach is out of there. Now they got the coach in Nate McMillan, who is my big brother, who I think is going to have these young kids playing the way they want to play. That’s going to have a different thing. Once that happens, you can go right back to winning basketball games. Because we was expecting a lot out of Atlanta and now they’re back. Let’s see what happens in the next couple of weeks.

Dawn Lupul:
Warren, could you ever see not playing to your 100% level just because you didn’t like your coach?

Warren Sapp:
Football is a different game, baby. The eye in the sky don’t lie. That’s how you audition for your next ball club or your next contract, is that eye in the sky. The front office could call you a bad guy all you want, but when you turn that tape on and you kicking ass and taking names, somebody will find a spot for you to play in the National Football League. Unless the trash and your talent have to meet and then you’re gone.

Dawn Lupul:
Oh, there you go. Exactly. You play your way out, you don’t have to worry about-

Warren Sapp:
Oh no, when you trash hit and it meets your talent, you’re out.

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah.

Warren Sapp:
You got to leave.

Dawn Lupul:
That’s the end of that.

Warren Sapp:
Oh, it’s over. It’s over.

Dawn Lupul:
Are there any teams you guys are worried about? Gary, in the NBA, are there any teams that you’re concerned about? That they’re just never going to get better?

Gary Payton:
Well, you know what, that one team, that Minnesota Timberwolves.

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah, that’s a tough one.

Gary Payton:
I just don’t get it of what they keep trying to do. Now they going to try to trade towns. They changed coaches. Ever since Flip died, they haven’t been the same basketball team. They fired his son just recently. Then they go off and take a coach out of the season, a brand new coach from Toronto, and bring him in with the new players that he doesn’t even know. He’s not going to get adjusted to them for another month or so. They’re not going to even start playing basketball.

Gary Payton:
Then you put teams together. I’ll always put it on the head office. You put players together like this. This is who you go and get. You know what I’m saying? So you got to ride with it. I don’t know what’s wrong with this team. I don’t know what’s wrong with the organization. They’re starting to be just like what the Knicks were for the last couple years. I think they’re going to have to get it.

Gary Payton:
They fired Thibodeau. I think he was doing great with that time and they fired him. I don’t think they’re going to ever get better. I just don’t think that they’re making the right decisions. I don’t think it’s happening and they’re going to have to do something very quickly or they’re going to have a lot losing seasons too.

Dawn Lupul:
What about in the NFL, Warren? I mean even Cleveland had a good season last year.

Warren Sapp:
Uh uh, uh uh. Football over if somebody told me on BetUS, I’m going with basketball. There’s a city I was raised in, that’s built around a mouse, that had the most powerful force in the universe in there, and let him walk out and go to LA. The tragic, the Orlando Tragic, right now they 14th in the East. We let Shaq walk out the door. We ain’t made good since T Mack had us up three, one against Detroit and all the wheels came off, and we ain’t won a playoff series since.

Warren Sapp:
I ain’t seen shit going on in Orlando, so somebody tell me something different. Because all the depo and all this, I’m like, oh lord. Them Amway people make too much money. They don’t even give a damn what product they put on the court in Orlando, they really don’t. They really don’t.

Dawn Lupul:
The Orlando Tragic.

Warren Sapp:
The Orlando Tragic.

Dawn Lupul:
All right. Well, since football’s over, we’re just going to keep on the NBA.

Warren Sapp:
Yeah, football over, baby. Don’t worry about it, football’s over. Don’t worry about football. We be back in a little while, I’ll be here.

Dawn Lupul:
It’s close to my heart. I miss it, but I love NBA too.

Warren Sapp:
Close to mine too.

Dawn Lupul:
I love the NBA too.

Warren Sapp:
But NBA’s so entertaining, baby.

Dawn Lupul:
It is.

Warren Sapp:
They scored 255 points that night, I loved it.

Dawn Lupul:
In a game.

Warren Sapp:
I love this. I love this, I love this.

Dawn Lupul:
They played [crosstalk 00:30:38].

Gary Payton:
It’s on.

Dawn Lupul:
Let’s talk about the logo, which okay, the whole story, you know. It’s supposedly, although the NBA never actually says that it’s Jerry West on the logo, but it’s supposed to be the silhouette of him since like 1969. They’re not playing royalties on this and I think this plays a big part in this whole story.

Warren Sapp:
Oh, shit.

Dawn Lupul:
Obviously I know. Every once in a while it comes up, especially since Kobe unfortunately passed, rest his soul, that he should be the logo now. They’re actually betting, BetUS, you can go on there and find odds to who’s going to be the next logo silhouette. But everybody’s wanting Kobe to do it.

Dawn Lupul:
Warren, we’ll start with you. Is it time for a change? Does stuff like this need to change? Does it matter?

Warren Sapp:
I don’t think so because I done remember in the 90s they were talking about making Jordan the logo because he was the one that turned the NBA over to where it is, actually making the money that it’s making and made it a global thing. Leave it like it is, we all know that’s Jerry West. The great white hype will live on forever in the NBA, so don’t worry about it. It’s good. Leave it that.

Dawn Lupul:
What do you think, Gary? I mean obviously this is something that’s true to your heart, you’re an NBA guy.

Gary Payton:
You know, Dawn, I love Kobe to death. That was like my little brother and I hate that that happened a year ago. But as I say, what Warren is saying, again, we have Will Chamberlain, we have Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, we have Magic Johnson, we have Larry Bird. We have a lot of basketball players that’s worthy of being … Michael Jordan. We have a lot of players that’s being worthy of being the logo.

Gary Payton:
As I said when we did it last week, leave the logo alone or just have the NBA on there. Don’t have nobody on the logo. Just say NBA, that’s our logo. You know what I’m saying? I don’t think no one should be representing by theirselves. That’s not it. We have too many great basketball players that done came out of here.

Gary Payton:
You guys got to still understand, Shaquille O’Neal is going to be great. You know what I’m saying? He’s probably one of the best, dominant basketball, big center ever to play the game. We’ve got Olajuwon, the Dream.

Warren Sapp:
The Dream. Shake it, come on.

Gary Payton:
I mean it’s just a lot of different basketball players that can do that. But I’m just saying, I’m not putting nothing down on my boy Kobe because that’s my guy, I love him to death. It hurt me to death that he passed. But I think the logo should just be-

Warren Sapp:
Leave it alone, leave it alone.

Dawn Lupul:
Leave it alone.

Gary Payton:
The way it is.

Warren Sapp:
It’s fine.

Gary Payton:
Leave it the way it is. It’s good.

Warren Sapp:
It ain’t like Jerry West getting money. You see Brett Favre give Michael Strahan a sack, now here it’s 20 years later, telling he want some money out of this. What kind of shit is that?

Dawn Lupul:
Exactly.

Warren Sapp:
Do we have no couth anymore? Damn.

Gary Payton:
Yeah, yeah.

Dawn Lupul:
That logo’s not big enough for Shaq to be on it anyway.

Warren Sapp:
No, no. That would be the supersized logo for Shaq, baby.

Dawn Lupul:
It’s the biggie meal.

Gary Payton:
Jackson wouldn’t even fit in that.

Warren Sapp:
Uh uh. Tourism will be underneath it.

Gary Payton:
There it is.

Dawn Lupul:
It was something to think about because Kyrie Irving reignited the discussion by posting on his gram I believe. Because we’re all about, what is it, Warren? We’re about the likes, the follows, the-

Warren Sapp:
Likes, follows, comments, and DMs.

Dawn Lupul:
And DM. Oh, slide into the DMs. So Kyrie re-saying, “Got to happen, I don’t care what anyone says. Black kings built the league.” So that’s what he said. It’s like, what is it? 95% of players in the league are players of color.

Warren Sapp:
African American. Oh no, really?

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah. So does that … I mean, is it even Jerry West? They won’t say it is. We know it is.

Warren Sapp:
Really? Come one, Kyrie, stop it, man. Don’t kill the goose that lays the golden egg, son.

Dawn Lupul:
Yes.

Warren Sapp:
There’s a certain limit to the bullshit.

Dawn Lupul:
Stay off the ground.

Warren Sapp:
You internet babies are about to find out. Keep pushing, keep pushing.

Dawn Lupul:
Oh.

Warren Sapp:
Keep pushing.

Gary Payton:
All we doing is just pumping up more stuff and more stuff. We’re trying to stop stuff like this, man. Just leave it alone, man. We’re trying to stop it.

Warren Sapp:
What?

Gary Payton:
Why do we keep pumping it up about the color and race and stuff like that? Man, it ain’t about all of that. Man, I mean-

Warren Sapp:
It’s in front of you, wake up.

Gary Payton:
If we open each other up, we still going to bleed red.

Warren Sapp:
Yes.

Gary Payton:
Our flesh is going to be still the same. So let’s leave this alone, man, and go on and just play our sport and have fun. That’s it.

Dawn Lupul:
I hear you.

Gary Payton:
You know what I’m saying? I mean, the logo-

Dawn Lupul:
Amen.

Gary Payton:
The logo, leave it alone, and then we don’t even need to talk about it. That’s why I don’t think the NBA is going to even condone on this. That’s why we got a great commissioner in Adam Silver.

Warren Sapp:
Wait, who that? Who’s that guy on y’all MVP trophy that they have now? You know the guy that’s dribbling the ball, who’s that?

Gary Payton:
Oh, now-

Warren Sapp:
Yeah.

Gary Payton:
Yeah, you know that’s Bill Russel.

Warren Sapp:
Oh, okay, that’s good. All right. That all right. Okay, that’s good. We’ll stay that on championship.

Gary Payton:
Is the MVP award now on finals.

Warren Sapp:
Okay, all right.

Dawn Lupul:
It should be Gary Payton, I think. I’m going to vote for Gary Payton.

Gary Payton:
Hey, I’m with that. I’m with that.

Dawn Lupul:
I’m with that. Sapp will vote for you too, it’s team Unfiltered.

Warren Sapp:
I love it, I’ll vote it. You know you’re getting a vote over here too, big dog. I’m with you, baby, let’s ride.

Dawn Lupul:
You can play all these things on BetUS, Americans favorite sports book. Let’s get into a little March Madness because we have some updates on the odds. It’s going back and forth. I mean depending on when you listen to this, you have to check. But Gonzaga’s still the favorite, they’re sitting at about plus 250 as of time of taping today. Baylor and Michigan, Michigan actually briefly moved ahead of them until they had a bad night the other night.

Gary Payton:
Got busted last night.

Dawn Lupul:
They got busted, yes. But they’re really close. So Baylor City.

Gary Payton:
That’s team Illinois.

Dawn Lupul:
Illinois, I know.

Warren Sapp:
Illinois got ran out of the building by Penn State a couple days before that. Man, these kids, man. These kids, man.

Dawn Lupul:
It’s a lot going on.

Warren Sapp:
It depends on if they Instagram getting likes or followers. I’m telling you, I’m telling you, you got to follow these because if they not happy with their social media presence, they’re not going to play well.

Dawn Lupul:
Michigan’s a plus 400, Warren. What did you get them at? Nine?

Warren Sapp:
900.

Gary Payton:
Hey, listen, Warren, but you know what I think about this. Look at the league that Illinois, Michigan, and Baylor play in. They’re playing against top nine. Like Baylor just lost to Kansas. Then comes back to almost have a disaster last night against Western Virginia. Western Virginia’s good, they’re rated number six. But you got to think about a Gonzaga and their league, they’re not going to play nobody like that every night. You know what I’m saying?

Gary Payton:
So Gonzaga does their thing in the preseason, they beat on top teams. You know what I’m saying? But it’s different if they got to play them every week.

Warren Sapp:
Or later in the year when they have gelled together, got better, and now coming. I see what they going to play like.

Gary Payton:
Yeah, I think that Gonzaga, they’re going to still be really, really good and they’re going to be hard to beat. But when they get to this NCA tournament, these other teams are going to be gelling and they’re going to be really, really good. They’re going to have a good team. They’re going to have a good match. Then they’re going to have to play them like game, after game, after game, after game. So they going to play about four or five.

Gary Payton:
The first two games are going to be probably pretty easy. But then you going to play weeks four.

Warren Sapp:
Oh yeah, it’s on, it’s on.

Gary Payton:
It’s going to be a beast. But I still like Gonzaga. I still think Baylor’s going to be there. I still think Michigan is going to be there, and I’m thinking Illinois. That’s my four that I think that’s going to be right there and I think they going to go to the final four because they’re going to all, I think they’re going to have all number one seeds.

Dawn Lupul:
All right. That is getting closer. It’s exciting. Something else you can play on your favorite sports book, BetUS.

Warren Sapp:
Make sure you get your bet in at BetUS because they going to fluctuate them numbers y’all with every week. So trust me.

Dawn Lupul:
They’re going to fluctuate. When you win-

Warren Sapp:
You want to be with me, you get paid.

Dawn Lupul:
When you win, you get paid.

Warren Sapp:
Your ass get paid.

Dawn Lupul:
Your ass gets paid.

Warren Sapp:
Your ass gets paid, yes, sir.

Dawn Lupul:
Absolutely.

Gary Payton:
Your ass get paid, huh?

Dawn Lupul:
Your ass gets paid. How about NBA MVP for the season? Not All-Star Game, we’re going to talk for the season. So lebron’s still the favorite. He’s been going up and down. He was like plus 125 the other day, he’s at 150 now. So again, watch those odds. Your man, Joel Embiid is right there in second at plus 325. The Joker at 400, Jokić gets 900. Steph Curry moved up to 1200.

Dawn Lupul:
Who are your guys’ top three? Gary, who do you like for the MVP? I mean it’s an important award.

Gary Payton:
Well, to me, at number one, and I think they’re going to share it, I think the Joker and Lebron is number one. I think both of them are number one. I think Embiid is number two. Then everybody else, I think you got to put Steph right there because you weren’t thinking about the Golden State Warriors being right now 19 and 15. You wasn’t thinking that was going to be happening, and they are playing the good basketball. He’s putting up numbers every night.

Warren Sapp:
Numbers.

Gary Payton:
He putting up a lot of numbers every night. I think about this, now you’re going to see Lebron sit today. I think he is wearing down. I mean the Lakers are struggling now. They’re getting hurt, a lot of people are hurt. Kuzman. Remember last night, they had a depleted lineup. They only had eight guys. Then all of the sudden, you get Caruso who gets hurt last night too. Then the Lakers are just getting beat down now. They’re beaten down. They start with 18 and go down. Then all the sudden they’ll go through-

Warren Sapp:
Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on. This an MVP conversation. We know your Lakers bet and all nine in the winter. Your Lakers going down the drain and I want me and Paul’s money because your Lakers are two and four since we started this conversation. This is an MVP conversation. So get off the Lakers, they bad, they bad.

Gary Payton:
I’m going to get on the Lakers.

Warren Sapp:
They bad.

Gary Payton:
My two is Joker and Lebron.

Warren Sapp:
Lebron.

Gary Payton:
At number one, they’re fighting for it. Then you got to Embiid-

Warren Sapp:
Too Embiid, uh huh. Then you got Steph Curry. I got you. We hold on that, that’s all we was wanting and where you were going with this Laker thing and ain’t sending us our money.

Gary Payton:
Because I had to get it out with you-

Warren Sapp:
So we ain’t send us our money. You are two and four since we had this conversation. That’s all I want to know. But I like Joker too. The best big man in the game right now, this guy shoot, pass with the best. There’s nothing better than Lebron. Lebron is going 30 in the damn hear triple, double trying to hold this damn thing together while AD is out.

Warren Sapp:
I told you at 38 years old, we going to get into some low lands when they get to these playoffs, and then we’ll come back out and play. Because the regular season, Gary, that ain’t where it’s at. Lebron has never been about a regular season. He beat it.

Gary Payton:
That’s right.

Warren Sapp:
He beat it.

Gary Payton:
You see him when he was with Cleveland, Warren, he didn’t care about all of that. He just got into the playoffs and then-

Warren Sapp:
Give it to me, give it to me. Now I want all 48 minutes. See if you want some of this now. That boy tough, that boy tough.

Gary Payton:
He don’t care. He just need to be in a right situation, he need to be where-

Warren Sapp:
Let him run and let him run.

Gary Payton:
Into the playoffs and-

Warren Sapp:
Let him run.

Gary Payton:
Then-

Warren Sapp:
They get you.

Gary Payton:
If AD there with him, not hurt.

Warren Sapp:
It’s on, it’s on.

Gary Payton:
It’s a wrap. They going to be okay.

Dawn Lupul:
Okay.

Warren Sapp:
Sold.

Dawn Lupul:
Those are of course mid-season MVP odds, we’ll get to the end of season a little bit later. But we will get to somebody who has a little explaining to do right now about those Lakers. We have our price plays with Paul Bovi. Paul, it didn’t quite work out for us last week because somehow the Lakers won, I don’t know. Or yeah, they did win against Golden State.

Gary Payton:
Oh, against Golden State?

Dawn Lupul:
Yeah.

Gary Payton:
Against Golden State.

Warren Sapp:
They beat the bricks off Golden State. They beat the bricks off Golden State.

Dawn Lupul:
Paul, Paul, any-

Gary Payton:
…was going to be that man.

Paul Bovi:
All right, Dawn, don’t rub it in. I get it. But I have the excuse because I don’t understand how the Warriors managed to shoot three of 21 from beyond the arc. But as Gary knows, there’s no way you’re going to win an NBA game since that’s the Warriors, that’s their reputation, shoot from beyond the arc and make shots. They just couldn’t do it the other day.

Paul Bovi:
I got wind that they were hanging around Sam’s Hof Brau the night before, so that may explain a few things. But first of all-

Gary Payton:
They been hanging at the strip club.

Paul Bovi:
I didn’t say it. I didn’t say Stan’s was a strip club, you said it. But anyway, Gary, let me just tell you guys that we do not allow guys, people, just to jump on the Knicks bandwagon. You’ve been off for a long time. Now I’ll let you on if you can identify this guy right here. You see this?

Warren Sapp:
Me?

Dawn Lupul:
Is that Warren?

Warren Sapp:
Me?

Paul Bovi:
No, no, no.

Warren Sapp:
Oh, okay.

Paul Bovi:
Gary, who is this? Who is this, Gary?

Warren Sapp:
What?

Gary Payton:
That ain’t my boy, my old school dude, what’s his name?

Warren Sapp:
Yes, it is.

Gary Payton:
The commentator. What’s my old school-

Warren Sapp:
Clyde.

Paul Bovi:
You ain’t-

Gary Payton:
Oh, yeah, Clyde. Clyde Franklin.

Paul Bovi:
That’s Clyde, that’s Clyde.

Dawn Lupul:
That’s pretty good.

Gary Payton:
Yeah.

Paul Bovi:
That’s Clyde. Yes, the renaissance in New York is on and I’m happy about it because I’m a long standing Knick fan. By the way, Warren, I know you’ve been to Knick games because I saw you walking in one day. This had to be about 20 years ago, so I know you’ve been to the Garden.

Warren Sapp:
The 99 Spurs, I was right behind the bench, baby, game three or four. Yes, sir, that was me. Sweep this when the Knicks won one. Sweep this.

Paul Bovi:
Yeah, right. You know what, Gary?

Gary Payton:
Yeah?

Paul Bovi:
I mean, Warren, we lost the first two games against the Spurs and they were close and then unfortunately, I forgot who it was for the Spurs that just did us in. But we were competitive.

Gary Payton:
Avery Johnson, Avery Johnson.

Paul Bovi:
I believe we went down in five games, but that was basically the last hurrah for the Knicks for a very long time.

Warren Sapp:
Yes, it was.

Paul Bovi:
But again, we’re back. I want to make a point about Joel Embiid because he is the MVP this year. He’s leading Jokić in virtually every category except assist. He’s 52% from the field, the team is 22 and seven with him in the lineup and one in five with him out of the lineup. He’s 30 points a game, he’s three steals a game. He’s the MVP at plus 325. Doesn’t offer a lot of value there.

Paul Bovi:
But what I’m going to do is go to Joel Embiid plus 900 for the MVP in the all-star game. Part of this has to revolve around Doc Rivers who’s the coach who’s going to want to get Embiid the minutes and the shots that necessary to get him that MVP. Because he wants to get Joel Embiid the notoriety that he deserves. He is the best player in the game right now.

Paul Bovi:
I love the new format for the All-Star Game. Last year, as you know, was an un-timed last quarter. The teams were very competitive and I think it stings with team Giannis that they were outscored 33 to 22 in that last quarter. They’re going to play hard. I don’t know if they have the horses to win it because the bench for team Lebron is superior. They have Booker coming off the bench, Lillard coming off the bench, but I believe they’ll be competitive. If team Giannis does sneak out a win, Joel Embiid at nine to one gets the money.

Paul Bovi:
I played this this morning on BetUS by the way at 10 to one, it moved the needle, but there’s still value at nine to one.

Dawn Lupul:
All right. There’s our bet from Paul, gentlemen. Joel Embiid plus 900. Check your odds, get on it early because those odds may fluctuate. Paul, thank you so very much for that. We’re going to make back a little bit of money from last week.

Paul Bovi:
Yes.

Dawn Lupul:
We’re going to get to our section now where we have 99 seconds usually, but this week we’re going to check in with Gary. This is going to be … We still haven’t found the definitive name for it, but we are liking The Fit. The Fit with the glove. Gary, this is your forum. It’s your time to shine. Take it on.

Gary Payton:
Well, you know what, Dawn, we’ve been talking about so much of this racism stuff and going back and forth on things that I think. Our fit is to let everybody fit in where we’re supposed to fit in. We all need to be as one love. You know what I’m saying? I’m tired of all of this united stuff that we’ve been doing for this long. I want Kyrie and all these guys to start thinking about let us all get together as one big family and love each other. You know what I’m saying?

Gary Payton:
That’s our fit. Our fit is nothing else. It’s nothing else about who’s skin is what color and all this other stuff. I want all sports to be as one. We have to unite to make that happen. I am very big, very disappointed in what we have been seeing lately in these sports about anthem, about who color, about coronavirus, or what you call them players. We have to stop this. We have to.

Gary Payton:
If we don’t do it for ourselves, like what Warren said, we have got the devil out of our office, so now let’s get back to what we need to get back to. Because I think that that’s what we need to do. These guys who have got these powers, as in Lebron, as in these other big, other sports eyed people should not be saying, “Shut up, Lebron, about politics.” You should be saying, “Let’s keep talking about it and let me talk about it too. So that we can make change.”

Gary Payton:
I hate when guys do that. You criticize a guy your own sport, for what reason? What [inaudible 00:48:27] about that? I hate it, I hate it. So my fit is, be a fit about letting us love each other. Let’s fit together and do the things that we need to do and we will change this world. Let’s stop talking about it, let’s be about it.

Dawn Lupul:
Oh, that was beautiful. I love you guys. It’s all love here on this show, BetUS Unfiltered. Warren, that was touching, did you enjoy that?

Warren Sapp:
I try, I try.

Dawn Lupul:
It was all good.

Warren Sapp:
Good job. Hey, that was a perfect fit, Gary.

Dawn Lupul:
It was a perfect fit.

Gary Payton:
That’s the glove.

Warren Sapp:
I do say so myself. A perfect fit right there.

Dawn Lupul:
Quit swinging your camera over to show that-

Warren Sapp:
Hey, I hit the thing. It’s spinning, you know what I’m saying?

Dawn Lupul:
Stop that or I’m going to throw a snowball at you.

Warren Sapp:
I’m sorry.

Gary Payton:
Show us your background.

Dawn Lupul:
I see one more palm tree, I’m going to throw a snowball at you.

Warren Sapp:
I told you I’m going to get you a tan, pretty lady. I’m going to get you a tan, don’t worry.

Dawn Lupul:
He is rubbing it in. It is all love. We are all one and we love you for joining us here on BetUS Unfiltered. You can find us on YouTube. Please like and subscribe to the channel.

Warren Sapp:
Please.

Dawn Lupul:
You can find us on your favorite podcast outlets. I want to thank Paul for coming in with some betting tips once again. And of course, my guys, my Hall of Famers, Gary Payton, Warren Sapp. You guys are beautiful.

Gary Payton:
Thank you, Dawn. Appreciate it.

Warren Sapp:
Thank you, Dawn. We see you next week, love.

Dawn Lupul:
Enjoy. Because we’re on BetUS, this is Unfiltered. That’s what you signed up for. BetUS, America’s favorite sports book. You bet, you win, your ass gets paid, that’s just how it works.

Warren Sapp:
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