February 14, 2012
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The Talk of New York Sports host Bill Donohue welcomed Rick Barry to his show, who discussed the days when a kid just out of the University of Miami was an NBA All-Star with the San Francisco Warriors, before becoming the marquee player for the fledgling ABA in the early days. From the Virginia Squires, Rick came to the Nets to help the renegade league, with its 3-point shot and its red, white and blue ball, make a name for itself. Being a big ABA and old New York Nets fan, Bill spent some time speaking with Rick about how Rick felt about the team, the ownership and the area before he jumped back to the NBA Warriors. Rick also discussed his All-Time NBA Top 5 and well as his unorthodox but highly-effective free-throw shooting. The outspoken Barry proved to be a tremendous interview.