Deron Williams “missing” persons poster posted outside of Barclays center
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Deron Williams is the latest baller to have a disgruntled fan post a “missing” item on them. The above missing persons poster was posted outside the Barclays center and accused the Nets guard of “getting a legendary coach fired in Utah” and having a “messed up tatoo on right arm.”
Last month, somebody posted a pretty cruel Craigslist ad looking for Paul George’s “talent.”
Later that month, a fake Amazon page for a “Used Roy Hibbert” went viral. The ad has Hibbert on sale for $143,000 – a 99% discount from his original price of $14,300,000.
Source: Michael Cummo