[Walden] Joe Ingles, on Rudy Gobert's DPOY: "Not a surprise. Being around him every day for 7 years now … this isn't random like a 50-point game — he does this every day. It's nice to have a big, 7-foot French man behind you. … I highly doubt this will be his last one."

Tweet Joe Ingles, on Rudy Gobert's DPOY: "Not a surprise. Being around him every day for 7 years now … this isn't random like a 50-point game — he does this every day. It's nice to have a big, 7-foot French man behind you. … I highly doubt this will be his last one." Joe Ingles, on being a 'utility player': "My first goal was just to not get cut. … One of my first conversations with coach was him telling me to run to the corner and shoot 3s, and to defend, and if I could do those two things, I had a pretty good chance to stick around." Joe Ingles, on how the Jazz offense rebounded in Gm1 2H: "We're not planning to miss 21 [in a row] tonight. That was the main thing we talked about in film today." Who doesn't love a big, 7-foot French man behind them? submitted by /u/GuyCarbonneauGOAT[visit reddit] [comments]

[Walden] Joe Ingles, on Rudy Gobert's DPOY: "Not a
surprise. Being around him every day for 7 years now … this isn't
random like a 50-point game — he does this every day. It's nice to
have a big, 7-foot French man behind you. … I highly doubt this
will be his last one."
Tweet Joe Ingles, on Rudy Gobert's DPOY: "Not a surprise. Being around him every day for 7 years now … this isn't random like a 50-point game — he does this every day. It's nice to have a big, 7-foot French man behind you. … I highly doubt this will be his last one." Joe Ingles, on being a 'utility player': "My first goal was just to not get cut. … One of my first conversations with coach was him telling me to run to the corner and shoot 3s, and to defend, and if I could do those two things, I had a pretty good chance to stick around." Joe Ingles, on how the Jazz offense rebounded in Gm1 2H: "We're not planning to miss 21 [in a row] tonight. That was the main thing we talked about in film today." Who doesn't love a big, 7-foot French man behind them? submitted by /u/GuyCarbonneauGOAT[visit reddit] [comments]