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Joe Ingles
Joe Ingles
Position: F
Born: 10/02/87
Height: 6-7 / 2.01
Weight:209 lbs. / 94.8 kg.
Salary: $11,454,546
Already, some of the Jazz’s most well-known players are lending a hand to help produce content for the team. Utah rolled out its first player-specific podcast series, Ingles Insight, centered around Jazz shooting guard Joe Ingles, on March 21. The fifth-year player out of Adelaide, South Australia, is accompanied on Ingles Insight by his wife, Renae Ingles. The inaugural episode had more than 11,000 downloads in the first week, over 200 five-star reviews, and was the second-most popular basketball podcast in the United States on Apple Music, Sharp said.
On Mitchell telling Good Morning America that he hadn’t talked to Gobert and the perception that their relationship needs mending because of this… I’m confident our team is going to be totally fine. I heard Donovan’s response, or whatever it was, to that question, and a part of that is on Donovan and Rudy to sort out if he’s frustrated with him or whatever. But I have no doubt when we go back to training, or when our season starts again, our team is going to be what we have been and what we are.
But as the 32-year-old shared in a revealing, 55-minute visit on the Tampering podcast with myself and Joe Vardon on Tuesday, in which he took us through this surreal experience, the fact that their autistic son, Jacob, is more at risk because of his weakened immune system means the fear is still fresh. And Ingles, to the surprise of no one who knows him, would do anything to protect him. Even if it meant walking away from the game he loves. “If you had to tell me that you could never play again to protect Jacob from this, I would walk away, fly to Australia and never play another game in my life and be very content with it,” Ingles said. “I could walk out of this gym now, in the clothes I’m in, and go to the airport. I would have zero issues (with that choice) because I wouldn’t want to put my family through that. I don’t want to put Jacob through that. I don’t want to put his sister (Milla) through that, and I definitely don’t want to put his mother through that. So it’s really hard.
“It’s horrible,” Ingles said of the test. “It’s 10 seconds … with a swab up your nose that literally goes so far up your nose that it feels like it’s about to pop out the top of your head. It’s one of the most uncomfortable feelings I’ve ever felt in my life … Every guy when they finished was like teary-eyed, because it’s that feeling. And then they back it up with a swab down your throat as well.”
Storyline: Coronavirus