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Speaker 1: Broadway? Broadway: Oh, man. Speaker 1: I hear it all the time, man. Kids ask me, they say, "Hey, man. I want to play just like Michael Jordan." So I had an answer for them. Broadway: What's the answer? Speaker 1: I told them, "You know what? Just go out there and stick your tongue out like this. Alright?" "Then you'll be like Michael." Right? Broadway: No, man. Michael's the G.O.A.T. Speaker 1: He is, man. He is the - Broadway: Greatest Of All Time. Speaker 1: Greatest Of All Time. I like it. Yes, sir. Broadway: But, let's just say we can teach the people how Michael Jordan plays. Speaker 1: Right. Broadway: Teach them some of his moves and maybe they can pattern their game after him. There's only one Michael. Speaker 1: There sure is. Broadway: There's only one greatest. Speaker 1: Lots of work in the gym. Broadway: So, you know, I don't want to be confused with saying, "I'm as good as Michael." Speaker 1: No, no, no, no. Broadway: But, we're going to teach them the way Michael plays. Speaker 1: OK. Sounds good. Broadway: So we'll take two of Michael's signature moves - Speaker 1: OK. Broadway: Break them down. Speaker 1: Alright. Broadway: And show the kids how to practice - Speaker 1: OK. I'll be Craig Ehlo. Broadway: Being like Mike. Speaker 1: And you'll be Michael Jordan. Broadway: Oh! You know what? That's good. Speaker 1: Now, Broadway, you told me that tongue is not the only thing I need to do. I need to get in the gym, I need to work hard and I got to perfect my game if I even want to come close to playing like the greatest of all time. Broadway: Yep. Speaker 1: Correct? Now, one of Michael Jordan's favorite moves was the fadeaway. Right? Broadway: Signature. Speaker 1: Now, Broadway right here, he's going to show us how that fadeaway works. Very, very effective move . . . Broadway: First, Mike- Speaker 1: Helping you to get away from a defender. Broadway: First, Mike's in the post. Got a feel for the defense and Mike used to do it like this right here. Speaker 1: Oh, yeah. Do it like that. Right? Right? Broadway: You see that? Where's the defense at? Then, Mike goes into a fake . . . Speaker 1: Right. Broadway: .And then he goes into a shot. Speaker 1: OK. Broadway: So here's the fake - Speaker 1: Oh, whoa. Broadway: Turn and then the shot. Speaker 1: Oh. Like that. Broadway: Mike gets such great elevation. Speaker 1: Right. Broadway: Hard to defend the shot. Speaker 1: Yes. Broadway: But, this is what it looks like. Speaker 1: Nice. Nice. Good fadeaway right there. And no great Michael Jordan's without a great Michael Jordan celebration. You got a good celebration for Michael? [laughs] That's what I'm talking about. That is how you play like the greatest of all time, Michael Jordan. Broadway: What about the tongue?