The Off-Season isn’t the offseason. There’s been no relaxation for J. Cole. His offseason is where the ugly leads into the beautiful, where the work translates to the success, where the hours and hours and hours spent in the studio or the gym are just out of love. Cole’s dedication to the game, no matter what he’s playing, is the foundation for our exclusive interview with the one-time Grammy winner. And he’s the very first musician with his own SLAM cover.
The rest of SLAM 232 features an in-depth interview with Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi, Skylar Diggins-Smith and Nneka Ogwumike, a sit-down with Julius Randle and RJ Barrett and, most importantly, a tribute to Terrence Clarke from the people that knew him best.
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