Man, what a time.
The Los Angeles Lakers had a field day with the Phoenix Suns on Sunday night, and after Hibbert dunked on Tyson Chandler, Clarkson took flight on Alex Len.
He later explained the motivation for the slam, per Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News:
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As his backcourt teammate abused Len, Swaggy P pretended to go into cardiac arrest.
Poor Phoenix. When the Lakers are hitting you with full-on Monmouth theatrics, it’s time to call it a night.