First, why did you come back for more.
Second, it wasn't ya shoes homeboy.
Third, don't ever wave your finger saying "Come here" then get your ankles rocked. Cuz you definitely don't want anymore.
Stick to social studies and free throws young blood.
@jahbuckets_30 go easy on em next time.
Seriously guys? How come nobody told me that Greg Paulus had a little brother that was hustling his way through the high school basketball ranks and destined to be the next shameless caucasian guard getting his higher education in Durham, North Carolina? The baseless cockiness? The ease with which he flopped to the floor? The blaming of inanimate objects for his inherent lack of athleticism? The only way that sequence of events makes any sense at all is if it's part of a highlight tape that's about two tumbles into the stands (while trying to track down balls that were already out of bounds) and a floor slap away from being sent to Coach K's mailbox. Protect ya neck Grayson Allen, because some non-descript white boy with far less talent but way more moxy is coming to man the point at Cameron Indoor. He may not be able to guard the most minimalistic of crossovers without tripping into the next county, but he's got the heart (Also See: nerve) to keep trying. What the soles of his shoes apparently lack in grip, his ankles more than make up for in durability. Every good basketball team needs someone that doesn't mind making themselves look stupid. I suppose it's also preferred that that person has at least a lick of ability, but don't tell me this kid doesn't understand the role that best suits him.
P.S. "Stick to social studies and free throws young blood" gets 9.2 out of a possible 10 skull emojis. Easily an 'A' insult with only minor room for more emasculation.