It’s not a good sign when the home crowd stands up and cheers for another player. Now I understand that in certain cases a play is so great that everybody in the arena has to show appreciation but not a reverse a dunk in the 2nd quarter of a pre-season game!
Well, that’s what happened last night, when LeBron had back-to-back dunk against the Wizards that caused a loud roar and a lot of attendees, including rapper Fat Trel (it shouldn’t be hard to figure out which screaming fan is Fat Trel), stood up and screamed as if this was an important game in Miami.
So when is it acceptable to show your appreciation for the opposing team? Here’s Doc Rivers with an example.
Back to Fat Trel. If you don’t know who Fat Trel is…now you know and knowing is half the battle (reference for people that were kids in the 80s)
— john wagner (@JxWags) October 16, 2013