Marcin Gortat Rumors

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Marcin Gortat
Marcin Gortat
Position: C
Born: 02/17/84
Height: 6-11 / 2.11
Weight:240 lbs. / 108.9 kg.
Salary: $11,217,391
And he remembered that Okafor, who finished with 12 points, hit a couple tough shots. That, he said, he won’t forget and he voiced his displeasure, quickly shifting from fan to foe. “One thing is sure: He’s on my list right now,” said Gortat, who scored seven points in Washington’s 129-95 win. “The next four games, I’m coming. I’m coming. So I hope he’s going to read that. I’m coming. I’m coming for him.”
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: Lithuania, Espana, Poland, Turks & more NTs ramping up complaints to FIBA about poor hotel conditions in Lille. Poland & Lithuania stressed that delivered cuisine isn’t fit for Marcin Gortat, Jonas Valanciunas – NBA stars. Espana, Finland, Turks, others called for field trips for dinner. Opted against hotel menus.
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“Boxing was a part of my life for many years,” the Washington Wizards center declares. “I started really early, going with my dad to many different boxing camps, doing different training and watching the best boxers in Poland back then — and some of the best in the world. “I was able to see Andrew Golota, Tomasz Adamek, Diablo Włodarczyk. A lot of boxers I used to watch and see them train. Back then, I didn’t know who I was watching but after a lot of years, I realized they were future champs. So boxing was my life pretty much from day one.”
“First of all, you can’t box with this kind of a nose,” Marcin joked. “Two, I think I could be a good boxer. I have great genes from my dad. I have long arms. And at the end of the day, I believe I’m not the softest one out there, so I believe I could do some damage in the ring. You know, we could always say I could be a world champ, but you never know.” Janusz, now 66, remains the family’s foremost pugilist. His prime came long before his basketball-playing son was born. Few souvenirs remain to illustrate his pomp. The Polish television archives of the Games of Munich and Montreal are incomplete. Curiosity led Gortat to a personal quest to locate lost footage of boxing matches won and lost, to bring the stories of his father into living color.