“I’ve been to so many schools I don’t remember all of them half the time,” he said.
Jones‘ overseas rides have been bumpy, too. There was, for example, the time he quit his Ukranian team because he wasn’t playing much and the 45-minute drive to practice was too long.
“I made bad decisions, and my agent made bad decisions,” he said. “It’s been a revolving door, a dog-eat-dog world. Dee’s had a lot more stability.”
But next season, Jones said, he will assume Spanish citizenship and be allowed to play as a native, not as a foreigner, a big help. The Dominican job looks promising, too. But no matter what happens, they will have each other. They always do.
“He’s my support system,” Milton-Jones said. “And I’m his.”
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