McLovin has taken posterizing to a whole new level.
While DeAndre Jordan was answering some questions about the Los Angeles Clippers, McLovin (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) came soaring into view for the garbage-can jam.
"That's what you get for taking my coach," McLovin roared as he sent Jordan barreling to the floor.
You might be wondering why McLovin was so hostile and subsequently went all Kick-Ass 2 on Jordan. Well, he's a Boston Celtics fan at heart—or he's done a good job acting like one over the years at least.
From pictures of him at games donning a Boston hat, to what we can only assume are weekly dinners with Rajon Rondo, to awkward television meet-and-greets with the old Big Three, McLovin appears to be all Celtics, all the time.
Though Chris Paul—the one we all know is pulling the strings—should have been the one McLovin jammed on, posterizing is all about proximity. Jordan was closer.
And he was also star-struck.
"Boom, chicka, chicka, yeah," he sang after McLovin took him down. "That's him, that's him."
Obviously this was scripted, but it doesn't make it any less hysterical. Watching the 6'11" Jordan get stuffed on office-style is funny in general. McLovin's blatant homerism is even better.
With all the Justin Biebers and Lil Waynes running around the NBA, cheering for whatever team is cool to support at the moment, it's refreshing to see displays of loyalty like McLovin's.
Prokhorov better watch his back.
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