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01.03.2019 02:48
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BD: As you may or may not know, ESPNs Grantland is doing a hip-hop bracket to see who the best rap group in history is, as voted by the fans. Its Wu-Tang and Outkast in the final. Now, we all know youve played the role of Andre 3000 in the past, does that mean Outkast is getting your vote?AJ: You know it, you know it. Thats who.BD: The bucket hat has made a surprising return to fashion, something youve been seen rocking. Out of these items, which ones will people be dusting off with a Swiffer and bringing back? First, tearaway pants, of the court of course.AJ: (laughs) Tearaway pants? off the court? I donno man. Off the court, I dont think Ive ever really seen those off the court. BD: (laughs) Like those ones with the Kappa logos running down the side?AJ: Nahh. Unless youre in the bedroom doing some freaky like stuff, like whoosh! (motions ripping away pants). But I dont think those are coming back.BD: Ruff Ryders chain Pendants? From DMXs group.AJ: I dont think Ive ever seen those before, (turns to his friend Veezy) have you ever seen the Ruff Ryder chains?VZ: Nah, that must have been only up here in Toronto AJ: Yeah, in L.A. I dont think we ever had no Ruff Ryders chains. BD: (laughs) Alright, I guess just here. And finally, full velour track suits?AJ: Those are coming back. I think a lot of big dudes, like Rick Ross and the DJ Khaleds are wearing the velour suits. I think those will comeback. BD: Nightmare Before Christmas, obviously youre a huge fan of it. AJ: Yes, yes. Got it tatted (lifts pant leg to show tattoo) BD: Weve also seen the cufflinks, would you ever possibly consider wearing the whole Jack Skellington suit as your pre-game attire? AJ: I would, I really would. Even as a Halloween costume, its my all-time favourite. BD: Now, we interviewed Mike Tyson last week... AJ: (chuckles) BD: He told us about the struggles of his first time playing hockey. Whens the last time you were out on the ice, and how did you fair? AJ: Mike played hockey? BD: (laughs) Yeah he did, he said he tried goalie and that he was on the ground most of the time. When did you try it out last? AJ: Actually, when Jay Triano was the coach here. Jay was a big hockey guy and we had the ice down there at the ACC. And I also played a pick-up hockey game. I didnt know you could play pick-up hockey. I played a game and I basically stayed in one spot. I couldnt move. I couldnt move at all, so guys were just flying past me and I was like "pass me the puck", but nobody passed it to me. But I guess thats considered playing. BD: If you had to pick one member of the team to learn how to play hockey, who would you choose ? AJ: Id probably say JV (Jonas Valanciunas), I dont know if he ice skates at all. But Id pick him. BD: So youre here for Swiffer, showing people how to "man clean", what does it mean to be man clean to you? AJ: Man clean is basically owning up to your cleanness swagger, and telling guys "we do clean." But in a simple way by using Swiffer. So, just owning up to cleaning, and showing men can clean. BD: And which teammate would you say has to get down with this program the most? AJ: Oh, T.Ross (Terrence Ross) for sure. Just by seeing his locker, it doesnt look too put together. And Ill guarantee you if you go to his place its probably not clean. Threw him under the bus, just like that (laughs) BD: In one of your Instagram videos you had Austin Daye (former Raptor) stuck in the snow with his Porsche Panamera. AJ: (laughs) Aw yeah, that was hilarious. BD: (laughs) So which Swiffer tool would you use, or which might be handy to a man caught in a jam that involves snow? AJ: In a jam with snow...well just to have a luxury car in snow, that was just not smart. But Id say hed probably need a shovel to get him out the snow. BD: (laughs) Would any of the Swiffer tools help out with that? AJ: I mean you could probably use a Swiffer sweeper or a Wet Jet. But Id probably go with the sweeper because the Wet Jet might just turn everything into ice. So that would probably just make it worse. BD: Can you go BarDown? AJ: Nah, that must be pretty tough though to aim it so it goes bar down. Cant do that, but I can curve it (soccer ball). I know how to do that. I actually played a bit of soccer. But I was mostly a goalie because of my long arms. But Ive curved the ball before, from a corner kick. So yeah, I was good (smiles). Nike React Discount Cheap . Here at we will take a look back at the season by bringing together a panel of experts to help pick the best 50 players of the season. Discount Nike React . And like the near entirety of last season, Jonathan Bernier and Torontos goaltending tandem is up to the task. 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The line struggled to protect quarterback Ben Roethlisberger early in the season, giving up 36 sacks through the first nine games. Those numbers dipped significantly later in the season, a combination of improved play and Pittsburghs move to a no-huddle offence. Munchak, who made nine Pro Bowls during his 12-year career with the Houston Oilers from 1982-93, was considered one of the best line coaches in the NFL before ascending to head coach in 2011. AP Sports Writer Teresa Walker in Nashville, Tenn., contributed to this report. ' ' '

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