Bucks’ Eric Bledsoe Momentarily Forgets How To Play Basketball, Resulting In One Of The Most Head-Scratching Blunders You’ll See On An NBA Court

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Eric Bledsoe is out here acting like a professional basketball game is basically just a YMCA game with dudes with dad bods and Samba shoes.

Bledsoe, who has been an employee of the National Basketball Association for 10 years, pulled some shenanigans Early in the fourth quarter of the Bucks’ 129-124 win over the Clippers that you may never witness again.


Bledsoe, who scored a respectable 20 points on the night, was whistled for a “inbound turnover” violation, handing Kawhi and the Clippers the ball back. Just kidding, not Kawhi, he didn’t play because the basketball season is long and hard.

Don’t let the online bullies bring you down, Eric, momentary brain explosions have plagued your most prolific colleagues.

Lamar Odom’s like, what the hell did Bledsoe do wrong?



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