The 100 Million Dollar Man… Vin Baker feature in Episode #4 is one of the greatest examples why Courtside Jones TV series is very necessary, sharing imperative life lessons. If you haven’t seen already the TV production implores you to watch this compelling story.
Behind the scenes Vin Baker with Executive Producer Talani.
On set at Union Theology Seminary in NYC.
Now Minister Baker formerly known as Vin Baker
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On February 17th, 1963… The basketball wise men meet in a tiny manger in Brooklyn for the birth of basketball Jesus #23.
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The TV series constantly receives worldwide fan requests regarding details on the artist of the shows opening mural. We were honored to collaborate with renown painter… FRANK MORRISON. In between exhibitions, commissioned work for celebrities and institutions, he created this original piece for Courtside Jones. Upcoming we will be dedicating an article with pics on the “making of” this piece of art. In the short term make sure visit Frank Morrison website: www.morrisongraphics.com
As always, humble thank you for ALL your support from around the world. Please continue to spread the word.
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Tune in this Thursday to SIRIUS XM satellite radio “Bottom Line Sports Show” with hosts Gerald Brown, Howie C. and co-hosts Penny Hardaway and Charles Oakley. Our TV series creator Talani Goodson will be a special guest. Spread the word Courtside Jones is the #1 NBA series on TV (SIRIUS Channel 92/ XM Channel 208) … #LuvIsLuv
In the beginning… long before the TV series, the first Hall of Fame legend to trust and give us an opportunity was “The Captain”. More astonishing, he rarely gives interviews but he trusted and believed in me. I will always be indebted for his kindness. One of my personal favorite episodes of All-Time for obvious reasons. #NYC
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Blake Griffin has dunked on a lot of people. Channing Frye, Serge Ibaka, Pau Gasol (twice, in one game)… but in a late January game during the 2011-2012 season when his LA Clippers met the Oklahoma City Thunder, he did something to Kendrick Perkins that I didn’t quite understand.