Dwayne 'Swoop' Simpson: Broadway.
Eric 'Broadway' Jones: Yo.
Dwayne: You know what, I told you once before, I'm sick and tired of playing in the pink, all right?
Eric: You're sick or tired of everything.
Dwayne: I am, I'm sick and tired, and tired of being sick.
Eric: You're sick and tired of being sick and tired?
Dwayne: That's right and now you know what?
Eric: You're sick.
Dwayne: I'm not sick, but I'm tired and sick.
Dwayne: But you know, you know what, check this out, I got the ball, every time I get the ball on the top of the key. All the time the guard comes to me, "Give me the ball, big fellow".
Eric: Are you the guard?
Dwayne: I want to be the point guard. Can you teach me how to be a better point guard?
Eric: You want to play the point?
Dwayne: What wrong, you don't think that I can play the point?
Eric: I can teach you, but we have a point guard here.
Dwayne: An expert?
Eric: Yeah, an expert who can teach everybody how to become a better player.
Dwayne: Really? Where is he?
Eric: The king.
Dwayne: The king, oh, King Arthur.
Dwayne: You can show me how to be the point guard?
Eric: Yeah. So, Swoop, we're not gonna talk about the physical attributes of being a point guard.
Eric: Cause being a point guard really starts from your neck up.
Eric: You want to play the point guard position with your head.
Eric: So first of all, we want to talk about King Arther controlling the court.
Eric: And you don't just control the court with your mouth.
Eric: You control the court with your hands a lot of the time.
Eric: So if King Arthur is dribbling the ball, he's got his head up and he's pointed out where he wants his team mates to be, maintaining the dribble at all times.
Eric: And also, he's got a defender on him.
Eric: So we want to make sure they don't steal the ball.
Dwayne: Oh, OK.
Eric: That's the first thing. Now, as he picks up the ball, there's also times in the game where you have guys that are a little emotional.
Eric: You got to be able to control the whole game.
Dwayne: I get emotional.
Dwayne: I do, I be like, no you don't, give me that ball back. And then, what happens then?
Eric: King Arthur comes to you and he says, "Don't worry about it big fellow," and gives you a little pat on the bottom, "It'll be alright."
Eric: That's being a good point guard, thinking from the neck up.
Eric: And on the defensive end.
Eric: Everything starts with the point guard.
Dwayne: Oh, how's that?
Eric: He wants to pressure the ball. A guy like you is trying to bring it up.
Dwayne: The hooker.
Eric: And the next thing you know, he's all up in you.
Dwayne: Why is he all up in me?
Eric: Yeah. Because he's the point guard.
Eric: And everything starts with the point guard.
Dwayne: I want to be a good point guard. Break it down to me again one more time.
Eric: It's all about leadership.
Eric: You want to set the offense.
Dwayne: Set the offense.
Eric: You want to be vocal.
Dwayne: Be vocal.
Eric: But we want to make sure we're always putting our team mates in the right position, offensively and defensively.
Eric: That's being a good point guard.
Eric: With an expert, King Arthur, and a trainee.
Dwayne: I'm on my way guys. It's Swoop. Look up.