NBA on TNT with Ernie, Shaq, Kenny and Sir Charles is one of the best shows out there. The 4 routinely poke fun of each other, and those across the NBA.
Most recently, Shaq made headlines for ripping Warriors big man, Javale McGee, a player who frequents #ShaqtinaFool. NBA on TNT then produced a hilarious video of McGee, tuned to the liking of “Dr. Strange”. The film spoof preview was clearly pretty awesome, yet the Warriors aren’t laughing.
According to multiple reports, the Warriors have contacted Turner Sports to stop NBA on TNT from targeting McGee, citing that they were negatively affecting his reputation in the NBA over the past year.
Talk about a bunch of cupcakes.
Firstly, if a player ends up on #ShaqtinAFool, it’s his own damn fault. There’s no debate. It’s a fact.
Secondly, if you contact a sports/entertainment cable network for bullying a 7 ft giant man, you’re only making things worse.
— #TLT (@DXL81) February 25, 2017
The Warriors to reach out turner sports about what shaq said?! The Warriors need to fuckin talk to JaVale about his on court awareness. Foh
— Skip Baeless (@_joshisking) February 24, 2017
The Warriors had to contact Turner Sports to tell them to make Shaq stop his "bullying" of JaVale? Lmao they're so weak omg
— ben simmons' #1 stan (@dugothy10) February 24, 2017
So the Warriors are reaching out to Turner Sports to ask Shaq to quit making fun of Javale? New level of pettiness has been reached.
— Jasmyn Wimbish. (@JasmynWimbish) February 24, 2017
Congratulations Warriors. You have furthered your case as the NBA’s weakest team.
If we heard a rumor that the Warriors bought participation trophies after losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers last year, it wouldn’t be surprising. Ok, we’ll go ahead and start that rumor.
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