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In the year 2024, if you go to the phrase "loser patient" in the latest edition of the American Heritage Idiom Dictionary, there's a good chance you'll see a photo of Dillon Brooks and/or Ja Morant above that phrase.
Which is why, in his second game back (and in a loss to the Memphis Grizzlies en route to the Los Angeles Lakers), Brooks refused to speak to the assembled media after the game, according to ESPN's Tim McMahon. Just watch "I'm gone."
McMahon added that Morant also opted not to appear in the press due to the Grizzlies' 117-111 loss in Game 4 in Los Angeles, which the Lakers won 3-1. And probably decided the fate of Memphis. He is the second seed eliminated in the first round of the playoffs.
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After being very open with the press about James in the first two contests on the show, it's funny that now that Brooks seems to be on the verge of a shock loss on the show, he's suddenly gone quiet on Morant.
As two of the loudest rookies on the team, Brooks and Morant should lead the way. After a season in which the Grizzlies became not just small-market sports news darlings, but the league's villain (and in Morant's case, perhaps worse), the team was at least generous with your comments. in the media, hoping against all odds to encourage the players with words of encouragement.
But I think it would take a lot of finesse and sophistication for such tough young stars. A long time ago
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