TJ Ford Rumors

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TJ Ford
TJ Ford
Position: None
Born: 03/24/83
Height: 5-10 / 1.78
Weight:164 lbs. / 74.8 kg.
On the record, Ford says the right things, commendable things. “At some point,” he told Sporting News, “if it doesn’t go the way you see it going, if you put everything you had into it, you should be able to value the outcome.” But those close to Ford can’t help but wonder. “I would like to have seen, without all of these injuries, how good he could have really been,” Cassell said. “He’d been pretty good. Nah, he’d been real good.”
The Bucks trailed the Timberwolves by 13 points with 4:34 to play when Ford came off a side pick-and-roll, attacking the lane. Ford –listed at 6-0, but according to Ivey, more like “5’9, with Timberlands on” – crashed into Mark Madsen, 6-9 and husky. Tailbone first, he fell. Few seem to remember that the shot went in, that a foul was called. They only remember that Ford never got up to shoot the free throw. “The game at that point becomes irrelevant,” said Porter. “You think about a young man’s life.”
After former NBA player T.J. Ford tweeted a cryptic message Monday about Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley, raising concern among Celtics fans on the social network,’s A. Sherrod Blakely and the Boston Globe’s Baxter Holmes reported that Bradley is dealing with a family issue but remains physically healthy. Ford, like Bradley a product of the University of Texas basketball program, tweeted about Bradley Monday morning. “Pray for my brother @Avery_Bradley,” Ford wrote.