Marreese Speights Rumors

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Marreese Speights
Marreese Speights
Position: -
Born: 08/04/87
Height: 6-10 / 2.08
Weight:244 lbs. / 111.1 kg.
Earnings: $26,389,661 ($29,206,440*)
Marreese Speights: First of all, I didn’t make the graphic with MJ and Kobe. I just shared it. I want to make that clear. Now, I’m a little bit older. I’m an ‘80s baby, so I kinda grew up watching Michael Jordan play. The reason I tweeted that is because it feels like the younger generation is disrespecting and forgetting the older players who paved the way, especially MJ. For me, being an NBA player and watching him as I was growing up, you can’t do that, bro. That’s disrespecting the game.
Marreese Speights: I’m not taking nothing away from LeBron. When LeBron is done playing, he will be one of the top-three or top-two greatest players of all-time. But you cannot disrespect these older guys like MJ and Kobe Bryant. Those guys really worked on their game, and their NBA Finals record shows that. Bron went to the Finals in nine of 10 seasons. Cool. But MJ went to the Finals and won the shit six outta six times! Kobe won five of seven times! You know what I mean? So let’s keep that respect on MJ and Kobe’s name. Don’t try to bring them down to boost up LeBron. You can’t do that. These younger guys need to stop disrespecting the older players.
Marreese Speights: To me, Jordan is the best player to ever play the game because the man just dominates. Early in his career, he didn’t win like he was supposed to. But that’s the case with just about everybody early in their career; look at Bron early in his career. Jordan won three championships and said, ‘Forget it, I’mma go play baseball,’ came back and won three more! Are you kidding me?! I feel like that’s something a lot of young people don’t know — or they didn’t know that until they watched “The Last Dance” recently. Do you know how hard that is?! He left the sport and then had another three-peat once he came back! Again, you just have to put respect on MJ’s name and Kobe’s name.
Storyline: GOAT Debate
During the most recent episode of Kerr’s “Flying Coach” podcast, the eight-time NBA champion did some reminiscing: “A few years ago, we had a practice during Super Bowl week. Our guys were tired and instead of having a normal practice, we ended up throwing the football around — having some competition where guys had to partner with one player and do patterns and run through our facility and complete passes to different spots. “I knew Steph and Klay were great athletes, but to watch them throw the football was incredible. They both have absolute cannons. And then the other guy who can throw a football about 75 yards is a guy named Mo Speights — Marreese Speights. And here’s the thing that ties it all together — they were our three best shooters.