Byron Mullens Leaves Steven Adams Hanging, so He High-Fives Himself

Tristan ThornburghSocial Media StaffNovember 22, 2013

TNT

The Oklahoma City Thunder took down the Los Angeles Clippers 105-91 on Thursday, and as the game was winding down, Thunder center Steven Adams tried to give Clippers center Byron Mullens a handshake to say "good game."

The only problem for Adams was that Mullens wasn't interested, which meant Adams had to high-five himself.

Bleacher Report

Here's another angle of the handshake, courtesy of Beyond the Buzzer.

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