Written by: Mark Eaton
During my time with the Jazz, I was frequently selected to be our team captain. This selection entailed greeting the referees before each game and being the main point of contact with them during the game. The team counted on me to remain calm during controversial calls or other issues that arose. I was the one referees could talk to when the coach got upset in the heat of the battle. The referees regularly thanked me for being that guy.
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