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In this interview with Jamaal Wilkes sent to me by a subscriber, he credits his martial arts training for his success:
I was a martial arts enthusiast and those skills enabled me to excel at positioning, footwork, shifting my weight, understanding how to use the most of my strengths to downplay my weaknesses. I played against guys that outweighed me by 100 pounds. And they could not match my quickness, or smoothness as you say.