"Sherm don’t ever let me eat, but Sherm, he’s always in his room so he doesn’t get to see me," Nix said with a smile. "He’s supposed to be on a diet too so we’ll get salads when we’re together, but I know when we ain’t together, he’s getting fried chicken and burgers and stuff too."
If there was a procedure that could put 20 pounds of Nix's weight onto Sherman I would invest in it in a heartbeat. It's not all negative though, I found this heartwarming:
"I look at him as an older brother, like a role model because he does a lot of good stuff," Nix said of Garrick Sherman. "A lot of people don’t see what he does beyond basketball, but Sherm is a hell of a person. I call him my older brother because I look up to him.
"It ain’t always about basketball and that’s what everybody sees, but we’re going to be friends forever."
Repeat for emphasis: It ain't always about basketball.
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