Jeronne Maymon remained a leader during his injury

Jeronne Maymon

Photo by Saul Young, 2013 Knoxville News Sentinel

Jeronne Maymon

Although fifth-year senior Jeronne Maymon spent his entire 2012-13 campaign perched upon the Tennessee men’s basketball bench, he never disconnected from the team.

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wigmeister writes:

Sooo looking forward to this coming season!

bUTch__please writes:

in response to wigmeister:

Sooo looking forward to this coming season!

No. Doubt.


johnlg00 writes:

Me too! I'm glad to see Gage agrees with the impression I got watching Richardson during the streamed practice. When Josh was a freshman, all of his shooting motion seemed to come from his shoulder with his arms extended and a stiff wrist. His shots all looked something like catapult launches. During the practice, I saw that he has a much better elbow bend, the famous "C-clamp" look, with the ball just above his right eye and his wrist nicely cocked. A similar change in my shot resulted in me going from just about 30% as a 10th-grader to over 50% in the 11th. Congrats to Josh for first recognizing his weakness and then for putting in the time to fix it. Hope it holds up through the season.

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