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My Bad, Jerome Randle

Updated: July 22, 2010

[Jerome Randle, meet Omar Samhan. He’s now going to box you out.]

Thinking about summer league, and I have more posts to come regarding, but if there’s a regret I’ve paid for, it’s not talking to Jerome Randle. He’s fun to watch. He’s nice (in a basketball handles sense). He’s 5’9.25″ without shoes.

And I honestly believe he’ll be in the NBA someday (he was also the 2010 Pac-10 POY, BTW). Out of him I saw flashes of a jumper, aggressive defense, and the ability to lead a team. If he improves in each of those areas, especially the jump shot, my belief will come true.

In lieu of all that, I present some pictures of Jerome Randle, performing sweetness.


Here Jerome sees something. I’m not sure what he sees between Omar Samhan and Jeremy Lin, but I’m pretty sure dude sees something. He played a bunch with a band-aid over his right eye. And going by the book, that helps. {Meanwhile, Sun Yue is way off to the left. Trust me.}

{Also, BTW, Hamady N’diaye is right there, but Jerome already knows it’s probably not a good idea to pass it to him on offense.}

OMG LOL! IT’S J.P. PRINCE Kevin Palmer entering stage right! And Jerome with the old 34-7 split.

{See, told you Sun Yue was to the far left.}

Here’s where the story turns for the worse.

Yes, J.P. Prince Kevin Palmer, not the cousin of Tayshaun, ended up screwing up the assist. Condolences.

This a completely different Jerome Randle pass, but fun nonetheless. {Note the face.}

The Runner.

And now the treat, a very good Jerome Randle mixtape via YouTube:

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Kyle founded TAI in 2007 and has been weaving in and out the world of Wizards ever since, ducking WittmanFaces, jumping over G-Wiz, and avoiding stints on the DNP-Conditioning list. He has covered the Washington pro basketball team as a member of the media since 2009. Kyle currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife, loves basketball, and has no pets.