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Talking Grammer, Ep. 14: UNM assistant Jerome Robinson

In Episode 14, I have a conversation with UNM Lobos basketball assistant Jerome Robinson about his path to coaching.

From a Jamaican family and growing up in Toronto, not only how’d he get into hoops, but how did he become one of Canada’s best? He was roommates with Steve Nash on the Canadian National team, once guarded a kid named Manu Ginobili long before he became an Olympic gold medalist or joined the NBA and became a four-time world champion.

We talk about those things, how he got into coaching and what game brought a tear to the eye of the Lobos assistant last season?

Also, since Ginobili retired this week, we published a special excerpt of that portion of this podcast in the Journal and posted that online HERE.

As always, you can rate, review and subscribe to the Talking Grammer podcast on iTunes HERE or see the entire archive of podcast episodes HERE on the Journal’s site.

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