Toronto’s Jarrett Jack ties shoe during live action


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Toronto’s Jarrett Jack gave new meaning to the stop-and-go offense during the Raptors’ 110-78 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Saturday.

With a big lead in the final seconds of the third quarter, Jack decided to tie his shoe while holding onto the ball during live play. Even worse, the guy guarding him, Chicago’s Luol Deng, doesn’t even attempt to challenge for the ball.

I guess this explains why the Bulls aren’t so good this year. Maybe the New Jersey Nets won’t finish dead last in the NBA this season.


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-- Austin Knoblauch