Building a Legacy Off-Court ft. Anthony Tolliver


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Show Overview:

On this episode of the McKeever Moments, Mac interviews Minnesota Timberwolves forward Anthony Tolliver. In addition to his career in the NBA Anthony also has become a businessman and an investor. Anthony talks about his role models, real estate, and the importance of broadening your interests. 

About GFGF:

The Get Found Get Funded podcast is at the intersection of entrepreneurship and social justice where we focus on entrepreneurship as a possible path to wealth creation — specifically for Black and Latinx communities.


Featured Guest: Anthony Tolliver



356 Ventures


Key Takeaways: 

  • Learn how to manage the money you have so you can do a lot with a little.   
  • Companies are looking for hires who are willing to put the work in and grow with them. 
  • Work with those around you, whether it’s including other smaller entrepreneurs on a project or inviting a connection to lunch, include others in your plans. 



00:01 – Welcome/Intro

02:16 – Mindset while amassing wealth in the NBA 

04:43 – Looking up to Junior Bridgeman

08:47 – Taking skills from the court into business. 

10:24 – Choosing what to invest in. 

13:16 – Anthony  talks about his LLC SayUCan.


Items Mentioned in the Show:

SayUCan LLC (Real-estate company)

Big Blanket company

Quotes from the Show:

  • "Real estate to me is kind of-- is like a give in, it's a base. Like, I think that, you know, if anybody ever asked me about, you know, investment advice, the first thing I would tell anybody is, ‘Hey, your base needs to be real estate above- to me- above stock market.”
  • “It's actually where my passion lies is in early startups, and really in building up and going from an idea to a concept to a product or to a, you know, complete vision to market.”
  • “You want some advice- you want some- you want me to point, the right direction, set up some meetings, you know, connects you with some different people, it might just be an advisor, or board member, or whatever.”
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