Jordan Clarkson Has A Theory About Dinosaurs That Makes Kyrie Irving’s Ideas Seem Reasonable
Last year, Kyrie Irving firmly established himself as the NBA’s resident conspiracy theorist after spending too much time on Instagram and doling out some piping hot takes concerning whether or not dinosaurs ever existed or if the planet we reside on is actually flat (in addition to theorizing Christmas isn’t a real holiday because apparently the federal government is lying to us all). He cemented his reputation even further when he released a shoe featuring a variation of the pyramid on the back of the dollar bill that seems to be the unofficial symbol of the Illuminati.
Some of Irving’s theories— especially the whole “dinosaurs never actually” existed thing— are far more mainstream than any normal person should be comfortable with, but thanks to a recent comment by Cleveland Cavaliers guard Jordan Clarkson, the Celtic actually seems pretty sane.
According to Deadspin, Clarkson and teammate Larry Nance Jr. appeared on the Road Trippin’ podcast and discussed a wide variety of topics, which involved a segment concerning whether dinosaurs ever walked the Earth. Here’s a brief transcript of the conversation:
Clarkson: I don’t believe in dinosaurs either. Well no, I actually do. I believe that – this is gonna get a little crazy. I’m gonna take y’all a little left on this. OK, so y’all know how we got dogs and stuff, right?
DJ Montage: Right.
Clarkson: So, I think it was bigger people in the world before us, and, like, the dinosaurs (were their) pets.
He deflected a question about why we never found the bones of the giant people despite the existence of dinosaur fossil, but it looks like Hollywood has a Jurassic Park spinoff just waiting to happen.