Joe Gibbs Sr. is one of the greatest basketball minds in the world.

He’s been a disciple of the game for a long time, and has been one of its most influential figures since the late 1990s.

And the two share a common bond: Gibbs has a unique relationship with his brother Joe, who is an NBA Hall of Famer and a former coach.

The two are also fans of Joe’s own body language.

During a recent appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Gibbs talked about the way his brother was as a player.

Joe was an aggressive guy.

Gibbs said Joe would get in a bad mood at times.

“I think the way he was as Joe Gibbs, he was so aggressive,” Gibbs said.

“The way he looked at everybody was like he wanted to dominate, like he was trying to be the next Joe Gibbs.

And I think that’s how he was.

I don’t think that came from a lack of talent, it came from him being that way.”

Gibbs went on to explain that his brother has never had an issue with his body language in the past.

“He’s a great guy.

He’s a very, very respectful person.

You know, you can tell by the way that he looks when he’s around me.

He looks like he’s not thinking.

He was so much more than just a player, and you see it on the court,” Gibbs explained.”

If I’m standing next to him, I know that I’m going to be treated as such a big part of his life.

He had that attitude, and it was a huge thing that he brought to the game.”