Nikola Jokic is the current NBA MVP. His numbers, his spectacular on the court, his ability to make Denver win … Few or none questioned his choice a few months ago and, listening to Michael Porter Jr., it seems that such status is not only growing publicly, but privately. reaches higher heights by continuing to be the same boy who arrived in the United States in 2015.
With his own program as a backdrop (‘Curious Mike’), Porter Jr. spoke of his partner to express his desire to have him on it and make it clear that his personality has not changed one iota for stardom.
“Nikola is definitely a unique person that I really respect. I would love to have him on the show. I have to tell him yet. I don’t even know if he knows him because he’s not on social media or anything like that. People can learn a lot from him – he’s the MVP, but he doesn’t actually act like he thinks he’s a superstar, he’s just a normal guy. I respect his consistency on and off the court and who he is. He’s a funny guy so I hope he’s sitting there so people can see a different side of him too. Joker“He says.
Continuing with his program, with which he wants to get people to talk about topics that they often avoid by feeling comfortable on a platform where they will not be judged or misinterpreted, he also had time to talk about Stephen Curry, with whom he was training some days this summer.
“I went to San Francisco and worked with Steph for four or five days. It was great to be on the track with him. I’ve gotten along with Steph since my high school days when I attended one of his camps, so getting back to being with him and going to the gym was really amazing, ”concludes Porter Jr ..
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