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Perry Jones III Can Jump 38.5 Inches, But Does It Matter?

Perry Jones' pre-draft measurements listed his maximum vertical jump at 38.5 inches, but according to the blog Hardwood Paroxysm, Jones only jumped that high twice in his entire college career. The observation inspired NPR's Mike Pesca to ask whether or not it even matters for a player of Jones' stature to jump at their maximum height in this week's excerpt from Slate's podcast Hang Up and Listen.

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