Richard Jefferson calls it ‘the dumbest lie’ that ninja-style headbands might get pulled | The Jump

Richard Jefferson calls it ‘the dumbest lie’ that ninja-style headbands might get pulled | The Jump
Richard Jefferson calls it ‘the dumbest lie’ that ninja-style headbands might get pulled | The Jump
Recently banned what Pablo Torre from High Noon, our friend is really more correctly called The Teenage Mutant, Ninja Turtle style that you are often last offseason published point with ninjas. Wear Hood, so they’re careful about what we say. How are you holding up, knowing that these are the time of mourning for you to season 2? You know your luck. This is one thing that you know it’s not going to stop me. Something might happen with a band tights years ago, the legend. What he said day is wherever he’s at times of Year. Where are you trying to pull on him, and I told him alright, the first step I want to know traz what were you thinking earlier this year when you would not take the ball from the rest hands at the free-throw line? Cuz, I loved it. I don’t really want to mess that up as far as Fritos, and you know he bounced it to me, and you know everybody in the NBA have picked up on just drop it at the free throw line for me, and he just tried to make me this. You know take out the bounce. What were you thinking when you dunked on? Can you play for the ride? Because this I would like to know what goes through your mind when you do that, breaking down the middle of the lane and then once I get that lunch we looking down at it when I was trying to dunk as a young kid 14 stuff. I really get it you know, but my hands is big enough to, but I’ll always love the bar. Never looked back since dinner, you’re out here on the floor., The street. That’S all one step one step and I literally just tried to dunk it too hard. That’S all one step catching on the break. I got a earful when I got back into the locker room, cuz cuz. She is one of those guys where you know just take the points, don’t go farther. You know style and all that, but one step MAP stand for live streaming and premium content subscribe to ESPN Plus
LA Clippers big man Montrezl Harrell joins Rachel Nichols, Dave McMenamin and Richard Jefferson to discuss the NBA banning “ninja-style headbands” for the 2019-20 season. Harrell then (1:40) plays “What Were You Thinking?”, recapping the time he wouldn’t take the ball from a ref at the free-throw line, dunking on James Michael McAdoo, and missing a windmill dunk while at Louisville.

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