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Beyond The Buzzer:
Jarrett Jack has been incredible of late, and he was much better than “14 points, four assists” against the Celtics might lead you to believe. When Boston was staging a late comeback, Jack self-assuredly steered the team towards a safe spot for cruise control…
…It appears almost like Jack has basketball figured out, like he perceives the correct decision amid the noise and scrum. And it wouldn’t feel entirely abnormal to watch Chris Paul exhibit such effortlessly smart offense, but this is a bench player we’re talking about. Speaking of CP3, I asked Jack whether playing with Paul helped Jarrett develop into the player we’re seeing. Jarrett cut me off:
“Nah, he ain’t got sh-t to do with it.”
via Warriors World
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In the second quarter of the game on Friday night between the Philadelphia Sixers and the Golden State Warriors, Dorrell Wright lost his shoe and Jarrett Jack decided to toss the shoe into the stands.Jack then hit a three pointer before the Sixers had to call timeout so Wright could get back his shoe. The Warriors won the game 96-89.Check out the funny video below.
If you’re on defense and a fast break happens and one of the players loses his shoe, what do you do? If you’re Warriors guard Jarrett Jack, you launch it into the stands. Check out this play from Friday night’s Warriors vs. Sixers game where Dorell Wright loses a shoe following a steal. At least [...]
Dorell Wright of the Philadelphia 76ers lost his shoe during a play in their game against the Golden State Warriors and Jarrett Jack took advantage of the situation, sort of. Jarrett picked up the shoe and tossed it in the stands, because he isn’t that nice of a guy.
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