Corey Brewer can talk some trash and tell you about garbage time.
Just not in the context you’d expect from most NBA players
As far back as he can remember, Brewer would wake up on Friday and Saturday mornings on the family farm in rural Portland, Tenn., and accompany his dad on his trash route.
“We didn’t live in the city limits,” he explains. “You had to have somebody pick your trash up. My dad had all the routes out in the country.”