Teah Bailey is the 4th guest on On Guard For Three. (Links to One8tea listed below)
Teah is a former women’s coach at Crandall University, former assistant coach with the Moncton Miracles and, as One8Tea, is a current East Coast Music Award nominee for Inspirational Recording of the Year.
Teah talks about when he fell in love with the game of basketball (2:00) and answers Serge Langis’ dismissal of Magic Johnson (5:30).
We prove you can have a balanced discussion about the legacy of Kobe Bryant (7:30) and Teah weaves in the importance of the ampersand in his life and all of ours….trust me, it’s a beautiful thing (11:45).
Teah also shares the parts of his life leading up to his “180” (18:45), the role of his faith in his life (24:00), and the Teen Challenge program that helped him and started his second act as an artist (27:00).
He gives a quick church service to the atheist in the room (33:00), shares the genesis of One8Tea and talks all about his music (38:00) and his upcoming concert event (43:30), and Brock discusses his love of Organized Rhyme (45:30).
We get back to basketball and Teah’s high school days (46:30), his start in coaching (48:00), and his admiration for Wade Smith (49:15).
Teah talks about his Edify Program through One8Tea Ministries (52:00), and we somehow transition to “WOOOO!” (53:15).
“Uncle” Teah talks about how much he loves watching the younger kids play the game and his admiration for the coaches (55:30) and Luka Doncic and Lebron (57:00).
We get his pick for the dunk contest (59:00), and grant him one wish as commissioner of basketball (60:45).
Finally….of COURSE we get a Shamrocks update (63:00) and lay out the schedule for this weekend’s NBIAA Basketball Championships (64:40)
One8tea on Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/artist/3bdW5ELUpldSG2y6nYIItB
One8tea – https://g.co/kgs/9Rg9Gn