Last month, Hoopist started a new series called "Where Are They Now?" and ran a really entertaining Q&A on legendary NYC baller God Shammgod, who talked about how he trained Kobe Bryant when he was back in high school. This month, they're back with part two of the "Where Are They Now?" series, and it's just as entertaining. It features former college basketball star Jamel Thomas, who speaks about how he trains his brother Sebastian Telfair during the NBA offseason and how he doesn't really have a relationship with his cousin Stephon Marbury anymore.
"We don't have a relationship, but he's still my cousin," Thomas says. "If I say something bad about him, then that's just what it is. But if I'm around a group of people and they try to agree with me and say something bad about Steph, I'm not going to allow it. At the end of the day, he's still my cousin, and I still have to support him."
True indeed. To read more about Thomas, head over here to check out the rest of the interview.