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Clippers backup center Ryan Hollins has made a name for himself recently, and it’s not a good one. The seven-year veteran has never been much for scoring points, and this past year he was in the news more for being a dick than anything else. In a recent interview with ESPN, Hollins revealed why.
The Clippers’ Ryan Hollins Channels His Inner High School Bully, Puts Little Goran Dragic In A Headlock For No Reason
Having already put together a perfect night from the field (2-2) and collected four fouls in just nine minutes of play, Clippers reserve Ryan Hollins symbolically dropped the microphone and walked offstage by putting Goran Dragic in a headlock and keeping him there while arguing with officials and just about everyone else.
Larry Sanders didn’t like that he was losing to the Wizards nor that he was called for an offensive foul, late in last night’s game. He protested in strange, fantastic, sarcastic fashion. He was thrown out, but the GIF lives on.
At halftime of the Sacramento Kings’ loss to the Utah Jazz, DeMarcus Cousins was ejected for chirping at referee Scott Foster. Only moments earlier with 2:23 left in the first half, Cousins earned his first technical foul of the night for jabbering on about a missed foul call. At halftime, Cousins approached Foster and tried to reason with him, except Foster wasn’t having any of it. The next thing we knew Cousins had been ejected. So what did he say?
There were a lot of notable plays in the NBA last night – everything from J.R. Smith’s game-winner to Dwyane Wade kicking Ramon Sessions in the balls to Dwight Howard shoving Kenneth Faried in the face. Except only Howard’s play earned an ejection.
The Milwaukee Brewers’ Zack Greinke was ejected last night in the bottom of the first inning in his start against the Houston Astros after a bang-bang play at first base in which umpire Sam Holbrook ruled Jose Altuve safe. Check out the video, after the jump.