Ted Bundy on being a rookie GM, ‘I can’t wait to go back and get this team back on track’
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Ted Bundys second interview has been done, and it’s a bit of a mixed bag.
One of the questions asked is, “What do you do to get the young guys to stay in the league for longer?”
“I try to keep them in the fold,” he said.
“We’re fortunate enough to have some great young players.
I’ve got some of them in this organization, some that are young enough to be in our future.
So we’ll keep those guys in the loop.
But the one thing we’ve got to do is get them to stay with us longer, so that when they’re ready, we’re ready to go.”
Bundys response was that “it’s going to take a long time to get a young team in place, because we’re not a rebuilding organization.”
“A lot of times, you can’t make progress in two years or a year and a half.
You’ve got got to get this young group together and put it in place and get the right mix and the right people in place.”
We’ll keep an eye on the young players, he added.
And the interview also went on to answer questions like, “How does the staff work?
What do they do?
What’s the process?”
Bundley’s answer to that was simple.
“We’ve got good people,” he replied.
As you can see, the questions on the interview were quite specific and answered a lot of different questions.
Here’s the full transcript:Bundy’s first interview with ESPN Cri was conducted by Chuck Klosterman and aired on ESPN 2 on March 4. This is a rerun of the interview with Chuck Kloterman and ESPN 2 on March 8.
Ted Bundys second interview has been done, and it’s a bit of a mixed bag. One of the questions asked is,…