Baylor's Jones' Soft? His Story Certainly Isn't

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He could be a multimillionaire in four months, but still, Perry Jones III can't help himself. Each time he walks off the court, the Baylor forward thinks the same thing.

I wonder what they'll say this time.


A year ago, on a message board, Jones said someone called him the biggest underachiever in college basketball.

A national sports columnist recently wrote that drafting the 6-foot-11 sophomore would "cost an NBA general manager his job."

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