Many times in post-game interviews, players give a lot of politically correct answers. They try not to rock the boat, they credit their teammates, and they’ll even, humbly, leave their individual great performances to something such as just being glad to win the game.
Other times, they say little to avoid fines and/or things that will stir controversy in the morning news.
Then, there are other times when reporters get too pushy, or ask some of the most mind numbing questions, and players occasionally get irritated enough to give out some news-worthy sound bites.
Let’s take a look at a number of NBA players owning reporters.
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