NBA great Ray Allen talks about being ‘clutch,’ new book

NBA great Ray Allen talks about being 'clutch,' new book

NBA nice Ray Allen tells the “AP Sports activities Weekly” podcast that the gamers who step as much as take the large pictures within the playoffs accomplish that as a result of they refuse to be overwhelmed by the second.

Allen propelled Miami to an NBA title in 2013 with a Three-pointer in Recreation 6 of the Finals towards San Antonio that’s thought to be one of many biggest clutch pictures ever. He says arduous work and expertise is why some gamers need the ball on the largest moments.

“These nice gamers within the league will do this persistently,” Allen informed podcast co-hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg. “They proceed to do their jobs and do not let the circumstances get the higher of them.”

Allen additionally talks about his new autobiography “From the Exterior: My Journey by way of Life and the Recreation I Love” and provides his opinion of the playoffs to date. Additionally becoming a member of Litke and Dahlberg is soccer guru Ross Tucker, who talks concerning the NFL draft and who he thinks would be the first quarterback chosen.

NCAA chief Mark Emmert talks to the AP’s Ralph Russo concerning the upcoming Rice fee report launched this week, whereas the co-hosts debate the state of school athletics below Emmert.

Tucker returns to speak press field meals (suppose bratwurst in Inexperienced Bay) and his perception that the higher groups serve the media higher meals.

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