Found June 13, 2013 on Minus Twenty-Two:
Moonlight rapper, Malice in the Palace-r, former Warriors captain Stephen Jackson gave a hilarious and candid interview with Bomani Jones and Dan LeBatard on (whatever their ESPN2 show is called) on Tuesday. The video’s title is “Stephen Jackson tells the realest stories.” That might be the most accurate YouTube video title ever. Do yourself a favor and watch this once or five times. If for no other reason, check it out for the story Jackson tells at the very end about Andris Biedrins and Marco Belinelli (we’re totally guessing whom he’s talking about, but probably) in the showers.
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