Richard Sandomir talks to Clyde about…style.
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Personally, I think Clyde's the man but when it comes to style, I can't help thinking about Mark Jackson's unfortunate choice of words.
...remind us, please...
 I found it:
"Be secure in yourself. First of all, allow your partner to make the statement. But I never wanted to be the second coming of Clyde Frazier. Because I didn't want to look like a pimp..."
There's obviously more to it than that, but that was an actual quote in the Daily News by way of the Post...
 Clyde's reaction (same article):
"What he said doesn't bother me. Mark saying I looked like a pimp, and he didn't want to look like me, is a vicious statement," Frazier said. "But that has nothing to do with my comparing him to me as a player. Now he's talking about off-the-court shenanigans? I was reflecting on his playing, not his style off the court. I don't know why he would make a statement like that."
Clyde vs. Mark Jackson at their primes is no contest, Clyde would eviscerate and masticate him alive with a Drano chaser...
 Plus, the rings, baby.
I believe Clyde when he says Jackson's crap doesn't bother him. Gnats don't bother Olympians.
Yup, I remembered that playing out in the tabloids. Ugly.
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