Aron Baynes knows it’s not the best idea to make firm commitments in 2020. It’s why his impending free agency after a career year is barely something he can even think about, and booking a flight to play in the Tokyo Olympics is pointless until the sporting calendar has more stability.
“The best thing about 2020 is, no matter what plans you have, they’re gonna have to change,” Baynes told ESPN. “No matter what’s coming, or what I’ve thought of previously, it’s gonna change.”
One thing Baynes is sure about: don’t put anything except salt and pepper – lots of pepper – on your brisket. “Nothing fancy,” the budding pitmaster says of the central Texas method, before explaining why a smoke ring in a piece