Glen 'Big Baby' Davis Hazes Rookie for PB&J Sandwich, Doesn't Eat Pineapples
Glen Davis was a big baby when it came to his sandwich that went unmade, and he made a point of calling out the rookie who should have made it.
If there is a correct way of hazing rookies, this is it.
The NBA's YouTube account posted this video of an interview with rookie Andrew Nicholson. The exchange was hardly riveting—not that Nicholson's transition to the NBA isn't a hot-topic issue—but that all changes when Davis walks in.
He gets down and in the rookie's face and inquires about his peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. His tone makes it seem like someone stole his steak and lobster lunch.
Nicholson goes to a very awkward place and claims to know nothing about this sandwich business. Something tells me he is going to be on PB&J duty right after the cameras leave.
Big Baby then asks if he looks like he eats pineapple. No, Davis. You look like you eat PB&J sandwiches. All of them. Even the one I made earlier in the week that somehow went missing.
I now believe you ate it.
Some of what goes down is inaudible. I can't tell if Nicholson failed to make sandwiches or if he's being accused of some elaborate sandwich heist.
Either way, the cost of the crime is $100 from the rookie. That makes whatever sandwich Big Baby eats quite expensive.
Never stand between a man and his sandwich.
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