Found August 13, 2013 on Project Spurs:
He may have what it takes to play at the NBA level but San Antonio Spurs' Jeff Pendergraph also is quite the interviewer. Of course his guest of choice to interview would be none other than himself. Back in his college playing days at Arizona State, Pendergraph had some fun with himself and made a video where he goes 1-on-1 with himself. From asking himself on how good looking he is, flexing his biceps, pet snakes and much more. Check out the "hard-hitting" and hilarious interview from Jeff by Jeff.
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