It turns out, Robert Sacre isn’t the only player that turns into a wild cheerleader for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Unable to play due to a hip injury, Lakers forward/center Jordan Hill got on twitter and showed plenty of emotion for his team, in not so many words:
The reeling Lakers made a late push against the San Antonio Spurs, with major help from Earl Clark – or “EC”, as referred to by Hill – who stepped up from the bench to have a career game with 22 points, 13 rebounds and three assists.
Clark’s surprising night received a big reaction from Mike D’Antoni, from Kevin Ding of The OC Register:
The Lakers still lost 108-105, however, as they dropped a season-high five consecutive games. Things won’t get any easier, as the team is set to face the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday.
As Hill would say, man, come on.