Hey, guys! I’m Konzi from freekickerz and these are the F2 Freestylers. Today, we show you the Billy Wingrove Sledghammer. Enjoy the video!
Hey, guys! I’m Konzi from freekickerz and these are the F2 Freestylers. Today, we show you the Billy Wingrove Sledghammer. Enjoy the video!
When they closed the casket, that was finality for me
and I just lost it then. Yeah. No parent should have to bury
their child. JON FRANKEL:Tonya Wilson
and Martin McNairwere the parents of 19-year-old
Jordan McNair.Jordan was a football star.So highly regarded coming out
of high schoolthat he was offered
full scholarshipsby nearly two dozen
big-time football colleges.He was unsure of where to play,
until his family got a visitfrom the head coach
at the University of Maryland,who made them a promise.He promised that, you know, he would treat Jordan as if
Jordan was one of his kids, and make sure nothing happens
to him and make sure he’s okay. -Did you take him at his word?
-Of course. FRANKEL:
Jordan bought in too,and committed to play
for Maryland.Two years later, he’d be dead.It happened during an intensive
conditioning session in May,in which he and his teammates
were made to run sprintsof more than 100 yards over,
and over, and over.Jordan began to struggle,
then began having a seizure.He was rushed to the hospital
with heat stroke.His body temperature?
106 degrees.We went from… here’s a healthy kid
Tuesday morning, to… You talkin’ about
a liver transplant Wednesday afternoon. And we’re still trying
to grapple with, “Well, wait a minute.
What happened?” I didn’t even know
what a heat stroke was. FRANKEL:For two weeks,
doctors tried to save Jordan.But one by one,
his organs began to shut down.Jordan was extremely sick,
extremely sick. Superman couldn’t have came out
of that. We had to make a decision. The machines that he was on
was keeping him alive at that point, and… and there was nothing else
we could do. That was it. FRANKEL:Jordan McNair’s death
was tragic.But in the world
of NCAA Football,it was nothing new.Since the year 2000,thirty players have diedas a result
of college football workouts.Thirty.That’s nearly two dead players
every year.♪ (THEME SONG PLAYS) ♪
– WE LOVE READING YOUR EMAILS. THERE’S A WOMAN
IN OUR AUDIENCE TODAY. SHE HAS ENTERED EVERY CONTEST,
SET IN WEB VIDEOS, NOMINATED DESERVING PEOPLE
IN HER LIFE. SHE’S PROBABLY WRITTEN IN
50 TIMES. I’M GONNA READ YOU A BIT
OF HER LAST LETTER. IT SAYS, “GOOD MORNING,
ELLEN AND CREW. “I AM A 30-YEAR-OLD HOMEOWNER,
KINDERGARTEN TEACHER, “AND SINGLE MOTHER
OF TWO LITTLE ONES. “LAST YEAR, OUR HOUSE
WAS DAMAGED BY A FIRE, “AND WE LOST EVERYTHING. “RIGHT NOW, WE’RE LIVING
AT MY PARENTS’ HOUSE “IN MY OLD BEDROOM. “MY SON SAID ALL HE WANTS
FOR CHRISTMAS THIS YEAR “IS TO BE BACK HOME, “AND I’M GONNA DO EVERYTHING
I CAN TO MAKE THAT HAPPEN. “WHEN I WAS DENIED FOR A LOAN, “I TOLD THE LADY AT THE BANK
I WAS GONNA ASK ELLEN FOR HELP, “AND SHE LAUGHED, “BUT I’VE SEEN YOU CHANGE
SO MANY LIVES, “IT COULDN’T HURT TO TELL YOU
OUR STORY. “WE WATCH YOU EVERY DAY,
AND WE LOVE YOU. CALANDRIA ELLISON.
COME ON DOWN HERE, CALANDRIA. SHE LAUGHED AT YOU,
AND LOOK AT WHERE SHE IS NOW. SHE’S SITTING RIGHT HERE. CALANDRIA’S RIGHT HERE
NEXT TO ME, LADY. – HELLO!
[laughs] [cheers and applause] – TELL EVERYBODY WHAT HAPPENED
TO YOUR HOME. YOU WERE NOT HOME AT THE TIME,
RIGHT? – NO, THERE WAS A STORM, AND ANYBODY THAT KNOWS ME KNOWS
WHEN THERE’S A STORM, I GO STAY WITH MY PARENTS. I TAKE MY KIDS,
WE GO TO MY PARENTS’, AND THEY THINK
THERE WAS A BREAK-IN THAT CAUSED A FIRE, AND WE JUST GOT A CALL, AND THE SMOKE DAMAGE
AND FIRE DAMAGE, WE JUST PRETTY MUCH
LOST EVERYTHING. BUT WE WEREN’T HARMED,
SO… – [stammers]
THAT’S LOUSY. SO YOU LEAVE TO BE SAFE, AND THEN SOMEONE BREAKS
INTO YOUR HOME, AND THEN YOUR HOME CATCHES FIRE, AND SO NOW YOU’RE LIVING
WITH YOUR PARENTS. – RIGHT, MM-HMM. – AND YOUR TWO KIDS ARE
LANDON AND LONDYN? – LANDON AND LONDYN.
– I WOULD LIKE TO MEET THEM. – YOU SURE CAN. – ALL RIGHT, COME ON OUT, KIDS. [upbeat music playing] [cheers and applause] – HI.
– HI. YOU WANT TO SIT OVER HERE
WITH ME? SIT OVER HERE WITH ME, LANDON. ALL RIGHT, HI.
– HI. – HI. SO I HEARD
YOU’RE A HUGE BASKETBALL FAN. – MM-HMM.
– YEP. WELL, I HAVE SOMETHING
TO SHOW YOU, OKAY? LOOK AT THAT TV RIGHT THERE
IN FRONT OF YOU. – HEY, LANDON, WHAT’S GOING ON?
THIS IS KOBE. I UNDERSTAND YOU GUYS HAVE BEEN
THROUGH A LOT THIS YEAR, AND I JUST WANTED TO MAKE SURE
I REACHED OUT AND TOLD YOU THAT WE’RE HERE
FOR SUPPORT. AND ALSO I UNDERSTAND YOU HAVE A BIG BASKETBALL
DREAM AND VISION. AND I WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU CONTINUE TO CHASE
AFTER THAT GOAL, CHASE AFTER THAT DREAM, AND COME TO THE LEAGUE,
COME PLAY FOR THE LAKERS, AND SET A BUNCH OF NEW RECORDS. AND I HAVE A GIFT FOR YOU. AND I WANTED TO MAKE SURE I SENT
YOU THIS SIGNED BASKETBALL. MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE,
AND MY BEST TO THE FAMILY. ALL RIGHT. PEACE. – I HAVE THIS. [cheers and applause] HE SIGNED A BASKETBALL FOR YOU. – WOW! – THAT’S YOURS. PRETTY COOL, RIGHT? I’M GONNA– – LOOKIT! – ALL RIGHT. SO I DON’T KNOW HOW GOOD YOU ARE
AT BASKETBALL, BUT I’M GONNA PUT YOU
TO THE TEST. I’LL PUT YOU TO THE TEST TOO, ‘CAUSE I’M GONNA GIVE YOU
A CHANCE TO WIN SOME MONEY FROM J.C. PENNEY. – ALL RIGHT. – WE’RE GONNA GO OVER THERE, AND WE’RE GONNA SHOOT
SOME HOOPS. – WHOA.
– COOL, RIGHT? – I AIN’T READY.
– YOU AIN’T READY? – I AM.
– OH, YOU ARE READY. – YEAH.
– OH. OH, I THOUGHT YOU WERE–OKAY.
GOOD, OKAY. SAVE THIS ONE.
THIS IS A GOOD ONE. I’LL GIVE YOU BALLS OVER THERE. – ALL RIGHT.
– LET’S GO OVER HERE. IT’LL BE FUN.
ALL RIGHT. [cheers and applause] ALL RIGHT, HOLD ON.
DON’T SHOOT IT YET. ‘CAUSE I’M GONNA PUT 30 SECONDS
ON THE CLOCK, AND FOR EACH ONE THAT YOU GET
IN THE BASKET– AND YOU CAN PLAY TOO, SO–
IF YOU WANT. YOU WANT ME TO HOLD HER? CAN I HOLD YOU?
THANK YOU. SO YOU’RE GONNA GET–FOR EACH
ONE, YOU GET $1,000 PER BALL. OKAY? 30 SECONDS ON THE CLOCK. GOOD LUCK. GO. [“Flight of the Bumblebees”
playing] [cheers and applause] LOOK HOW GOOD THEY’RE DOING. ALL RIGHT. ALL RIGHT. THAT’S– LANDON! – GOOD JOB! – THAT’S AMAZING. HE CAN SHOOT.
THAT WAS AMAZING. LANDON, YOU’RE OUT OF BREATH,
AREN’T YOU? IT WAS SO GOOD. THAT WAS $14,000, BUT WE’RE GONNA ROUND IT UP
TO $20,000, ALL RIGHT? [cheers and applause] – OH, MY GOD!
[squeals] – HE WANTS THAT.
– I GOT IT. – ALL RIGHT.
– I GOT IT. – HE DOESN’T HAVE IT. ALL RIGHT, WE’LL BE BACK WITH SOPHIA GRACE AND ROSIE
AFTER THIS. WHOO!
-We were just talking
about Medicare, and you actually needed
some medical attention yourself a few weeks ago. Tell me a little bit about that. -I was in Las Vegas. We had an event, and for the first time
in my life, I had to sit down. I was just feeling
very, very tired, and then I felt this pain
in my chest. Got back — We left the event
and got in the car, and we knew something was wrong. We went to an urgent care place
right near the hotel, and they said,
“You’re having a heart attack.” We got to a hospital
very, very quickly. And the care there was great.
The doctors were great. And I had two stents put in, because it turned out that one
of my arteries was blocked up. It was a procedure, I guess, done about a million
times a year, and I was out of the hospital
in 2 1/2 days, and I’ve felt better ever since. So we’ve been back
on the campaign trail, knock on wood…
-Yeah, absolutely. -…full-time
for the last couple of weeks. [ Cheers and applause ]
-Are you — In general, are you a pretty
healthy guy, or not really? -That was what is amazing. I mean, I — Thank God,
I have been incredibly healthy. When I was a kid,
I was a long-distance runner. I was a good athlete. So when they told me
I had a heart attack, I literally
could not believe it, because, you know, I have had
so much endurance and strength throughout
my whole body. But, you know, in retrospect, and maybe this is a message
I want to convey, listen to some of the symptoms
that were taking place. I was getting tireder
than I usually was. -Yeah.
-So… -Is it stress?
Are we all too stressed out? I feel like you read
in the papers today, everyone is so stressed out. People who live in my building
are so stressed out. Everyone I run into
in the streets, stressed out. -We are stressed out.
-Yeah. -People are, for a variety
of reason, political reasons, people are worried
about their kids. People are worried about
the environment. People are worried
about money. And yeah, we do live in — People work
incredibly long hours. I don’t know if you know. We
work some of the longest hours of any people in the world. So stress is a huge, huge issue. -Did your wife say anything
to you after the heart attack? Did she say, “Hey, Bernie,
maybe let’s rethink –” -Well, she — She was in Vermont,
and I was in Las Vegas. She didn’t sleep all that night. She got onto the first plane
that she possibly could and got to Las Vegas
as soon as she could. She has hardly left me
out of her sight since. [ Laughter ] -Yeah. Well, I saw you — You definitely came back
pretty quickly, ’cause we have —
We have a clip of you on the basketball court
just last week. And this is for real. Take a look at this thing. [ Cheers and applause ] -Well, that’s a long basket
though, right? -Yes.
-[ Laughs ] -Oh, my God. Now — [ Cheers and applause ] You think you can do that again
while we continue the interview? -Why not? -Let’s do it, buddy. Come on. [ Cheers and applause ] Alright. Now, this — This is
a free-throw challenge. I’m gonna ask you some questions
while shooting, and then you will have
to answer them while shooting. -While shooting.
-Okay, yeah. Should I go first,
maybe see if you beat me? -There you go. -I’m not that good, actually. Alright, good.
[ Audience “aw”s ] [ Cheers and applause ] -Alright. Well, now you’re
getting serious about — -Yeah, yeah. -Alright. [ Cheers and applause continue ] [ Audience “aw”s ] [ Cheers and applause ] -Alright, before we continue —
Wait, hold on a second. Before we continue,
out of any of the candidates, who would be your —
Do you have any VP picks? -There’s some great people
out there, but it’s a little bit premature. First of all, I’m going
to have to win the nomination. -Okay. Alright. Okay. -You got me all excited
about playing basketball. [ Laughter ] -Here, you can go back there.
Do you think — You already beat me, right?
[ Laughter ] Let me see if I get one shot. -There you go.
-Alright, I got one. [ Cheers and applause ] [ Audience “aw”s ] ♪♪ [ Audience “aw”s ] -Do you think that you have
a real shot at this? -Do we have a real shot?
Yes, we do. I think — There you go.
[ Cheers and applause ] [ Cheers and applause ] -One more. Shoot one more. -Alright.
-Finally, this time next year, will you be President
of the United States? -Why not?
[ Cheers and applause ] -Aw. Come on. Don’t dunk it, please. [ Cheers and applause ] -Senator Bernie Sanders,
everybody! Katherine Langford joins us
after the break! Stick around! [ Cheers and applause ] [ Both speak indistinctly ]
-Can you tell everyone
the Instagram story or you don’t want
to tell people that? -Yeah. You know, I struggle with this Instagram thing, you know? So, I was shooting —
I’m shooting “The Suicide Squad” in Atlanta right now. And, yeah,
it’s going really well. It’s going really well.
James Gunn is a genius. And my — Like, I’m obsessed
with the Swedish soccer team. I grew up — I actually played
on the team when I was younger. You know,
I follow all the games. And this year, we’re, like —
We’re about to — You know, we’re right up
there in the top. And we’re playing our
biggest rival, and I have a day off. And I’m watching the game at
home in my apartment in Atlanta. -And you love this.
-I love this. And, you know, it’s —
You know, I’m really excited, but I’m also a little — You
know, I feel a little lonely, because, like, all my friends
are, you know, on the other side of
the Atlantic. They’re, you know,
watching the game. So to sort of feel
a little connected with everyone back home,
I’m, like — You know, I’m filming
the game, you know, while I’m watching it. And, you know,
I hear the fans singing. So I’m like —
You know, I’m singing. You know, like…
You know, I’m like, in — And then I upload it
to Instagram. And, you know,
I’m getting comments. You know,
so I feel a little connected. And then, you know,
my girlfriend calls me, and, you know, it’s really an
intense part of the game. You know, it’s a corner. So I’m like — I usually answer,
but, you know, I let it slip to voicemail. And she calls again. And I’m like,
“Yeah, it’s almost halftime. I’ll call her at halftime.” -“There’s two more minutes.” -And then she calls
a third time. And there was something about
that third call that kind of, like,
stung a little bit, ’cause she doesn’t call me
three times in a row. So I pick up
and I’m like, “Hey, babe. You know,
I’m watching the game.” And she’s like, “Yeah, I know.” I’m like, “Oh, oh.
Yeah, you saw it on Instagram.” And I’m like, “Yeah, you know,
I’m just trying to feel a little connected
to the game.” She was like, “No, no, no. We can all tell
that you’re really excited, because you’re showing
the whole world that you watch soccer naked.” [ Tuba plays ] I’m like,
“What are you talking about?” She’s like, “The reflection.” I’m like, “The reflection?”
She was like, “Yeah. And looks like you got
the A.C. cranked up on max.” I was like, “No, no, no!” -Dude, that is the —
And you deleted it? -And, you know, then I went in,
and before I deleted it, I saw — You know,
when you’re filming something and you’re, you know —
and you don’t know, you’re doing stupid things
with your body. I was, like, going like this.
I was like… -Oh, my.
-You know, it’s not good. -You can’t unsee that.
-Yeah. So, but, you know, it’s fine. Only like 25,000 people
saw it, so it’s all good. -I think it’s the
best thing ever. Hey, you got to introduce
Barack Obama at some major event. I was going to ask you
how that went. -I did. Yeah, it was
pretty nerve-racking. You know, I’ve always —
He’s, like, the one politician that I really, like,
looked up to as a person. And it was this big event in
Sweden called Brilliant Minds, and I got the honor
to introduce “Big O.” And I was going to
tell him the story of the first time I got
to meet him. And there was this
Scandinavian state dinner at The White House,
and I got invited. And we were all standing
in line, you know, to get our presidential
handshake and photo op. And this was at the time when
“House of Cards” had just come out,
and I had been told that the president
and the First Lady were big fans of the show. So I started fantasizing
a little bit. My mind started to wander, and I started to think,
you know, “What’s it going to be like when
the time comes for me to shake the president’s hand?” -He might be excited to be
shaking your hand. -And I thought to myself,
you know, like, “Maybe I’ll say something
like, you know, ‘Mr. President.’ And then he might
say something like, you know, ‘Governor Conway.'” You know? And then, you know,
maybe I’d laugh like… [ Chuckles, clicks tongue ] And then, you know, we’d have,
like, a cool handshake. You know, like,
a cool handshake, and then we’d kind of, like,
bring it in. And right in the middle of this,
like, really warm embrace, in my mind,
it was actually my turn. And, you know, the president was
standing there in front of me. And I sort of just,
like, blurt out — I was like, “Mr. President.” And I don’t know if he had — You know, maybe he hadn’t gotten
to my episodes yet, ’cause I didn’t come in until
like Episode 7. -Just iced you?
-He had no idea who I was. And, so, there was, like,
an awkward silence. And I was just like —
All I said was like, “Just thanks, you know,
for everything.” -Security dragged you away. -Yeah, he was like,
“Slowly but surely. You know, moving forward.
Get the [bleep] out of the way.” -“Slowly but surely,
moving forward,” is what he said to you. -But, actually — -“Slowly but surely,
moving forward.” Alright.
Get him out of here. Get him out of here.
Get him the hell out of here.” -But then, actually, like, so,
in the introduction thing, you have a little cushion. So, I went offstage, and then, like, Big O
was standing there. And he was like, “Bring it in
for a cool handshake.” And then he — So I got it.
-Oh, he did? -I got it.
-You willed it. You willed it. See?
-I willed it, yeah. -Don’t give up out there,
you guys. Dream. Always dream.
-Yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] -Oh, we got to talk about
your project. -Yeah, yeah, yeah. -That’s the whole reason
you’re here. Yeah. -Yes.
-“For All Mankind.” -Yes.
-Explain what the premise is. The premise is very cool.
-Yeah. I love this project so much. It’s a take on —
Like, the space race ended by the U.S. winning
and by that landing on the moon. So, this is a show about like, “How could
the space race continue?” So, our show starts with
the Soviets beating the U.S. and landing on the moon, and then this altered timeline
starts where the U.S., you know, being true to
the American spirit, like, doesn’t give up
and continues to fight. And it’s a show that is
aspirational. It’s a “what if.” You know, what if we were guided
by our, you know, better angels? And it’s a show about what if — you know,
what could have happened and what could
still happen if we align our ideals
in the right way. And it’s
the best-written project that I’ve ever been part of. And we just got a bunch of
great reviews, I’m told. I’ve finally learned
to not read them. -But that’s good when you get
good reviews. You’re supposed to read those.
-I know. Yeah, yeah. -Yeah.
-And then you can brag about it. -Exactly. Well, it comes out
Friday, I believe, but it’s already been picked up
for a second season, so congratulations on that. -Thank you so much. Yeah.
[ Cheers and applause ]