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Do you want access?... (37.01)

Oscar: I will pay four credits, rez the Adonis campaign, put 12 credits and take three.

Taylor: Nice.

Oscar: I modeled for that. The Adonis.

Taylor: The Jerry West of Netrunner.

Oscar: Mandatory draw. I install, advance twice.

Taylor: Bold. Click one, I'll draw. Click two. The Maker's Eye.

Oscar: Ooh.

Taylor: Sorry.

Oscar: Why? 

Taylor: Luck.

Oscar: I don't view luck as zero sum.

Taylor: Good. So run on R and D. Spending two credits to break Wall of Static with Paperclip. Spending three plus three and one. Gordian Blade to break tollbooth.

Oscar: Do you want access? 

Taylor: Cards on the table? Yes. I belive I do.

Jerry Alan West (born May 28, 1938) is an American basketball executive and former player who played professionally for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). His nicknames included Mr. Clutch, for his ability to make a big play in a clutch situation, such as his famous buzzer-beating 60-foot shot that tied Game 3 of the 1970 NBA Finals against the New York Knicks; The Logo, in reference to his silhouette being incorporated into the NBA logo;  Mr. Outside, in reference to his perimeter play with the Los Angeles Lakers; and Zeke from Cabin Creek, for the creek near his birthplace of Chelyan, West Virginia. West played the small forward position early in his career, and he was a standout at East Bank High School and at West Virginia University, where he led the Mountaineers to the 1959 NCAA championship game. He earned the NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player honor despite the loss. He then embarked on a 14-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, and was the co-captain of the 1960 U.S. Olympic gold medal team, a squad that was inducted as a unit into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2010.