On this week's TOM Talks, Tom is joined by ESPN NBA Front Office Insider Amin Elhassan and ESPN Radio's Marvin Prince to take a deep-dive into all things surrounding the Jordan Crying Meme. Before they get into meme talk, the guys discuss Sunday's Heat-Raptors Game 7 (Raptors won 116-89). The guys then get into what inspired this podcast topic (3:34), talk about some of their favorite versions of the meme (5:45), and where the face for the meme originated (7:15). Charlie from Connecticut calls in with some intel on where the meme may have started (12:34). Marv asks Amin about NBA teams’ draft strategy (15:12). Jacob from Connecticut calls in to talk about his appreciation for the meme, hoping it can be etched into his tombstone (17:46). Marv and Amin don’t understand how Tom has never seen the famous Birdman Meme (19:43). Trace from Boston weighs in, saying the meme is only acceptable if it’s artfully crafted, original and clever (20:59). Mike Golic Jr. proclaims on Twitter that the meme will never die, and the guys agree (23:22). Miguel from Brooklyn calls in, and he talks about how the meme was harshly used on Kyrie Irving this past season (28:32). Halfway through, Marv and Amin decide that Tom’s Twitter timeline might be too white for him to be hosting this podcast (30:00). Jack from Los Angeles calls in, and brings up a great point about Twitter’s “No Fun Police” (34:05). The guys get stuck on a tangent about the hilarity surrounding USA Basketball’s 2004 Olympic roster (37:25). Marv and Amin decide that there needs to be a future episode exposing just how white Tom really is (42:54). Kevin calls in from Providence, and he agrees that Tom needs to step his game up (44:22). Cat from New Britain calls in, and she says the meme will never die because “it’s funny seeing people cry” (50:00). As Amin gets ready to board his flight at the airport, the guys give their final thoughts on the meme (53:11). James the producer gives his opinion on the meme, and tries to get his 1-year-old daughter to talk into the mic (54:54). Songs of the Week: “Them Changes” by Thundercat & “Down In the DM” by Yo Gotti (57:29).