Video: Big3’s Cuttino Mobley wants zero part of Michael Rapaport interview
Cuttino Mobley was adamantly watching the intense showdown of his BIG3 squad, Power and the Killer 3s while rocking his fresh looking suit before BIG3 sideline reporter Michael Rapaport rudely interrupted him.
Rapaport nonchalantly sat next to Mobley on the bench and went in for an interview with his arm comfortably over the former NBA star, who looked like he wanted to put some hands on the actor-comedian. Luckily for Rapaport, “The Cat” didn’t do so and just savagely told him to get off of him.
Watch the hilarious moment below, per Hoop Central on Twitter:
Cuttino Mobley wants NOTHING to do with Michael Rapaport💀💀pic.twitter.com/kmyX6ALJHs
— Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) August 28, 2019
Mobley obviously wanted no part of Rapaport. Did you all see the look of disgust on his face? But hey, Rapaport appeared to have taken in stride and just shrugged it off so, I guess it’s all good.
Eventually losing the contest – and bowing out of the tournament in the process – certainly didn’t help boost Mobley’s mood for the day. Power officially relinquished its throne and the BIG3 will crown a new champion in Los Angeles next week. The Killer 3s, led by Stephen Jackson and co-captains Josh Powell and Franklin Session, will take on newly-crowned BIG3 MVP Joe Johnson and the Triplets.
Mobley nailed the game-winner in last year’s Finals to win the BIG3 championship for Power. The former Rhode Island stand out carved out a pretty solid 11-year NBA career, despite being just a second round selection in 1998.
Mobley had career averages of 16.0 points, 2.6 rebounds, 1.1 assists, and 1.4 steals, while shooting 43.3 from the field and 37.8 percent from three. Despite being forced to retire at an early age in 2008 due a heart condition, it’s great to see Mobley still competing at a high level in the BIG3.