Mike Bibby has been waiting to get the call that somebody wants him back in the NBA, but it has yet to come at this point, so he's doing a lot of normal guy living as of late. You know, like getting kicked out of his son's high school basketball game.
Bibby was watching Shadow Mountain High School, the school that he once led to the Arizona State Title, take down Sierra Linda, who came into the game with a 24-game winning streak.
Apparently he was upset with a call and started arguing with referees from the stands, at which point he was tossed from the gymnasium and escorted out of the building by police officers.
That's right, ladies and gentlemen, Mike Bibby is that dad. The one you see shouting at every foul called on his son's team and jeering loudly at the other team missing free throws, even when the game is a blowout.
Now I'm just waiting for the next video of him to come out starring a drunken Bibby shouting, "I'm sorry, I thought this was America," as he's being escorted out.
Bibby most recently played for the New York Knicks a season ago, in which he averaged just 2.6 points and 2.1 assists over the course of 39 games.
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