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named former NBA forward as the only teammate he didn't like over the course of his 17-year career.
On a recent episode of CBS Sports' "All Things Covered" podcast, Smith recalled an incident where Dekker was "talking some Trump shit" on the team bus one day that seemed to include some hateful remarks toward others.
"He's a person who's just very aware of somebody else's circumstances and wanna keep them there as opposed to try to help him elevate up, and I don't respect anything about that," Smith said.
Throughout his 16-year career, J.R. Smith has had only 1 teammate that he really didn't like.
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That teammate: Sam Dekker
With that being said, I'm all the way out on Sam Dekker.— Eric (@E_DeBerardinis)
Dekker spent four seasons in the NBA, including a brief stint with thein 2018, where he was teammates with Smith. He's currently playing for Turk Telekom of the Turkish Super League.
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