Just like the cities they inhabit, fans of the same professional NBA team all seem to share a similar stereotype. Sports entertainment channel NOC noticed the trend, and created this super cut of ‘Every Fan of The NBA‘ that has started to trend.
Remember when Kyrie Irving teamed up with Pepsi Max to trick some kids on the street playing a pick up game of basketball? Since Kyrie was wearing an old man Uncle Drew costume, the young athletes had no idea what hit them. That first video was such a viral success, it currently stands with over 16 million views.
Now, Pepsi has again recruited Irving to prank some street ballers, only this time with an old man version of Kevin Love as his partner in crime. The two hit up the Jim Gilliam Park in Crenshaw, Los Angeles.
Like the first time, they don’t show their true skills until they have everyone else right where they want them. Only then do they unleash the NBA fury. The new video is featured on NYPost, ESPN, YouTubeTrends, and CosbySweater.
This powerful video was published back in March, but has just surged in viewership now after being picked up by the blogsphere.
After his father passed when he was only six, Meyers only had his mom and his slightly older big bro to look up to for support and guidance.
Though only older by 22 months, Bailey even says that he felt like a father figure for Meyers while they were growing up.
Now that Bailey is a marine in Afghanistan, and Meyers is just about to start in NBA, they both have to stand up by themselves.
Meyers was obviously extremely worried about his big brother’s safety, so when Bailey surprise visited him from the Middle East during ball practice, Meyers was really shocked and let it all out.