Tubby Smith reflects on his career and his mentors, Big House Gaines, John Thompson and John Chaney


Tubby Smith acknowledged he thought about quitting earlier this college basketball season but due to his competitiveness and the fact that he has a young team, he let those thoughts drift away. Add in the fact that Smith battled COVID-19 in January, the thought of stepping away did cross his mind. Smith's son, G.G., is the is the likely successor. (Winston-Salem Journal)

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Tubby Smith reflects on his career and his mentors, Big House Gaines, John Thompson and John Chaney


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