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Tyler Hansbrough Was About To Fight Metta World Peace, Until He Remembered Metta Doesn’t Come In Peace. Then, He Pooped His Pants.
The Miami Heat will be flying without Birdman for Saturday’s Game Six with the Pacers, as the colorful and controversial big man was slapped with a one-game suspension for his antics during Thursday’s Game Five.
You had to figure that Marshall Henderson would be a Chris “Birdman” Andersen fan. Please let these two be teammates at some point. I don’t ask for much …
How Cute: Tyler Hansbrough Loses His Sh*t To Defend Brother Ben Hansbrough After He Took An Elbow To The Head
During last night’s Cavs-Pacers game, Cleveland’s Tristan Thompson was trying to wrestle away a rebound when his elbows swung wildly. Unfortunately one connected with the side of Ben Hansbrough’s chin, causing him to stagger backwards in shock/pain. This did not make Tyler Hansbrough happy, who jumped to the defense of his brother and had a mini-meltdown.
Depending on whether you’re a fan of the UNC Tar Heels or not, Tyler Hansbrough is either one of the most loved or hated college basketball players of the last 10 years. So, again, depending on whether or not you’re a Tar Heels fan, this latest news about his mom will either discourage or delight you. Details, after the jump.
In the second quarter of Game 5, Tyler Hansbrough went a bit too Psycho T on Dwyane Wade in what seemed like a relatively honest, albeit unfortunate, shot block attempt. Udonis Haslem, in an attempt to defend his teammate, brutally struck Hansbrough a few possessions later. Psycho T was unhurt, but the purpose was clear. Both fouls, after the jump.
If this was the NFL, Tyler Hansbrough probably wouldn’t have been allowed to play after this.