[Video] Ride Along: JR Smith On Playing With LeBron and Melo
J.R. Smith‘s mom encouraged him to get his first tattoo at age sixteen.The NBA’s 2011 lockout brought J.R. China for a short stint with the Zhejiang Golden Bulls before he headed back to the States to play for the Knicks and the Cavaliers where he played with two Hall of Famers. JR shares stories of his childhood and experience in the league.
With tattoos up to his neck, a stint in China under his belt, experience playing with two of the very best, and a possible championship on the way, there are many reasons why JR Smith is probably the most high profile bench player in the NBA. In this RIDE ALONG, he talks about them all.