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Evan Turner unleashes awesome game-ending dunk, apologizes profusely to Lakers immediately after

Dec 30, 2013, 9:45 AM EDT


Let it never be said that Evan Turner is above a little good ol’-fashioned stat-padding. With the Sixers escaping Los Angeles in last night with what looked to be a 109-104 victory–and really, if you thought there was another Philly sporting event last night that was more of a must-watch than Spencer Hawes vs. Jordan Hill, shame on you–Evan took off in the full-court for a totally irrelevant double-clutch reverse dunk. It was beautiful, but useless, and as William Morris once said, nothing useless can be truly beautiful.

To his credit, Evan did seem to realize fairly quickly that his behavior was in moderately poor taste–although the fact might have been hard to remain ignorant of as the boos rained down on him from the Staples Center rafters. Evan at first tried to play it off like “Oh crap, I didn’t realize that we had already won the game, sorry about that”–which might have been true, given that when Evan sees a FREE POINTS lane to the basket, he tends to kinda white out time and situation and just go for the gusto–but quickly realized that kind of mea culpa would be insufficient, and approached the dispirited Laker bench (including former Sixers and ET teammates Jodie Meeks and Nick Young) to offer his sincere-ish apologies.

The reaction of the respective Laker ballers to ET’s profuse my-badding is pretty great. If I could sum up respectively, it would be like:

Jordan Hill: Whatever, I got my double-double, I just wanna get out of here and see if there are any wings left at the post-game buffet.

Shawne Williams: I don’t really know you and I don’t give enough of a crap about you to humor you by pretending to accept your BS apology.

Jodie Meeks: I half-heartedly accept your apology but mostly I’m just reminded of why I kinda like playing for a team that you’re not on right now.


Nick Young: Boy, when even I know you did something stupid, you musta really done did something stupid.

Don’t listen to the haters, though, Evan. Your fantasy owners appreciate your willingness to go the extra mile to get that extra late-game bucket. High-character stuff if you ask us.

  1. Northeast Philly - Dec 30, 2013 at 9:51 AM

    Fantasy basketball exists? Are there extra points for dunks?

  2. CoatesysRight - Dec 30, 2013 at 10:40 AM

    It’s ok because he did it to the Lakers.

  3. ochospantalones - Dec 30, 2013 at 1:43 PM

    The Villain is a truly bizarre person. I can’t imagine signing someone this crazy to an extension.

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  5. NDF - Dec 31, 2013 at 1:28 AM

    It was FABULOUS and worth MORE than the price of a ticket! Why is it OK for Blake Griffin or LeBron to do this but NOT OK for ET?

  6. beastlyplyos - Jan 4, 2014 at 4:12 AM

    Nick Young is like C’mon man!

    It was a nice dunk though. It was surprising how little of a reaction it got. He has been working on his hops. He probably has been using a plyometric program to increase his vertical leap. They really do work and I review the legit ones on my site beastlyplyos. com



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