Bucks' O.J. Mayo Decides to Tie Shoe Rather Than Play Defense

Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistFebruary 20, 2014

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Most players wait until a break in the action or until their team is on offense to tie their shoes. Milwaukee Bucks guard O.J. Mayo couldn't wait that long.

Mayo decided to leave his man open and tie his shoe as the opponent converted an easy bucket in the paint behind him:

Luckily for Mayo, the man he was guarding wasn't involved. 

For those who are wondering, no, the Bucks weren't playing against J.R. Smith and the New York Knicks. Milwaukee hosted the Denver Nuggets on Thursday.