Shavlik Randolph took a break from healing the blind and turning water into wine to join the NBA on NBC show with Hickman & Gilroy this morning.
The resulting 12 minutes was the type of “aw shucks, I’m just doing my job” kind of humbleness that just makes you want to introduce him to your daughter.
The best example is when he was asked about his personal journey. We all know every player is going to give you the “do what’s best for the team” stuff. But let’s face it… this is how these guys make money to live. You and I go sit behind desks, drive trucks, take temperatures, or assign homework to make our money… Randolph plays basketball. And he’s GOT to be thinking about sticking in the NBA because that’s where the most money is.
But when Randolph gave what might have seemed to start as a canned answer, he gave a legitimately good reason, in a very earnest manner, about why it’s in his own personal best interest to do what’s best for the team.
“… my point of view since