Remember Tamir Goodman? He wasÂ the “Jewish Jordan,” who was going to be the greatest basketball player in the history of the University of Maryland, until Gary Williams told him he would have to play during the Sabbath.
Well, that didn’t work out so much:
“I did not think I’d be retiring at 27 _ there’s no way,” Goodman said Wednesday after a news conference held not at an arena but at a Brooklyn museum dedicated to Jewish children.
“But I have learned it’s been perfectly ordained, and it’s a better plan than what I thought to myself.”
Strangely, the Jewish Jordan also called out Bryon Russel and Jeff Van Gundy during his retirement speech, then called Jerry Krause a big fat ass who doesn’t know the first thing about basketball.