Jamal Mashburn joined the Jorge Sedano Show on 790 The Ticket this morning to discuss the current Miami HEAT team as well as, his tenure in Miami.
Mashburn on if those series vs Knicks or pass to Weatherspoon still haunts him:
"Trust me, I'm not haunted by anything I've done in my professional (or college) basketball career. There are very few people that can ever say that they played at the level I attained to play at.
I really enjoyed my time in Miami, regardless of our losses against the Knicks or me passing up a shot to Clarence Weatherspoon. That's a teammate of mine and I'm an unselfish player.
At the end of the day, for me it's been a heck of an experience being a part of the NBA and playing twelve years. I really enjoyed myself. So, It's all good in my book.
I asked Mashburn if there's anything he'd do differently or hit the reset button on...
"I wouldn't reset it. At the end of the day, It's my career and I own my career. When I got traded from the Miami HEAT I became an All Star for the Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets. So, my career was very successful. I enjoyed all the relationships and being with Pat Riley. So, it's been fun."
Judging by the reaction of my audience, people are still angry at Mashburn. It seems that old wounds don't heal as quickly as one would think.
So, are you at peace with Mashburn or does it still bother you that he passed the ball to Clarence Weatherspoon?
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