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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Kyoto, Apr 14, 2019.
Dont know if this was posted already but it's pretty cool
Rudy kept all of those paintings from that Vivint commercial? lmao.
I know, right? Lol... I thought it was awesome that Rudy allowed a pretty in depth view inside his house and such
Ya, great video.
Thanks man. Yeah I usually view random NBA videos and this just popped up on my feed today.
Thanks, great find. I really enjoyed it.
The scale of changes he is making to his home makes me think he feels pretty comfortable in SLC and plans to stay here for a very long time. Or is just a very good investment. Just a thought.
Gobert's house in Google Earth in case you were wondering.
Damn that's nice
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How did the Rudy paintings look?
That's the most Rudy Gobert thing ever.
I’ll qualify this by saying I haven’t watched this yet, but I wouldn’t consider pumping a lot of money into a custom, multi-million dollar house an investment in any sense of the word, so whatever that means for his commitment to SLC.
I've been in that house. It was very nice, but Rudy is making it much nicer.
So he signs with left hand but shoots right handed? Weird.
And man, the amount of trash left after the game!!!??? Wow.
The curse of left-handedness. I write left, and from distance I shoot left, but around the basket, even though I can use both hands just about evenly, I'm more comfortable shooting with my right hand, especially for jump hook, layup, etc.
I am weird too.
I can shoot layups and hook shots with both hands, but jumpers just with right. In martial arts/boxing I fight in left handed stance. In soccer I kick left footed ( I could use both feet but when accuracy is needed like corners, penalties, free kicks, etc it is always left.)
Great interview and insight into Rudy. Fun to see a little of his personal life.
Thanks for sharing. This was entertaining. The kid was a little goofy at times, but his willingness to ask personal and pointed questioned was refreshing.
Makes one appreciate Rudy that much more.