J.J. Redick Leaves Interview Early Because The Last Player in the Locker Room Has To Dance
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J.J Redick had a hell of a game in a OT thriller vs the Pistons on Monday. With 19 seconds left in regulation, Redick hit a 3 to force overtime. Then in OT, he hit another big 3 – his 4th of the night – and finished the game with 24 points on 10 of 17 shooting. You would think after a performance like that, he would have been happy to hang around the court and talk about it with reporters. But in the middle of a post-game interview, a paranoid looking Redick took off and sprinted back to the locker room.
According to NBATV reporter Matt Winer, the last player in the locker room has to dance so I guess Redick didn’t feel like dancing.
If the Chicago Bulls did this, Derrick Rose would never, ever, ever be the last person to the locker room. Click here to see why.