Found December 14, 2012 on Fox Sports Carolinas:
The Charlotte Bobcats introduction begins like so many in the NBA: The lights turn off, music blasts over the stereo while the scoreboard lights up with emphatic dunks and blocks. Then, as the music dulls, the Bobcats' PA announcers voice begins to boom over the music introducing the first four starters. That's when the deviation comes in, though, as the baritone echoes throughout the arena: And finally, the steal of the second round ... 6-foot-7 shooting guard Jeff Taylor! The light shines down on Taylor, the only second-round pick in the 2012 NBA Draft to have started 10 or more games -- he's just one of only 10 rookies overall to have done so this season -- and for a couple seconds hes the center of attention and all eyes are on him. It's a place unbefitting of his personality and desires. It's his humility and workman-like attitude that's already endeared him to his head coach Mike Dunlap. Oh my gosh, Taylor is one of the most quiet people Ive met in m...
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