This video is from last night’s T-Wolves – Lakers game, but a full day later, it is still incredible. Michael Beasley is shown rubbing a sore knee as a quarter is about to start. Much to Beasley’s surprise, the knee he’s rubbing belongs to teammate Anthony Tolliver. It seems that Tolliver was also surprised. I’d be very interested to know how many players in NBA history had accidentally massaged a teammate’s knee. I’m willing to guess that if Basketball-Reference started tracking that statistic, Michael Beasley would be the all-time leader. [Ball Is Life via TampaBo]
He meant “hoar,” but that was still wrong.
Sounds about right.
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