Los Angeles Clippers froward Byron Mullens has had a rough go in the early NBA season. You may not of seen how Mullens showed his frustration on Thursday night in a loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the waining seconds.
Thunder center Steven Adams goes to offers his positive sportsmanship only to be denied by Mullens. Adams continued his handshake with himself, it was rather amusing.
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Mullens set career highs in points per game (10.6), minutes per game (26.9), rebounds per game (6.4), assists per game (1.5) last season as a member of the Charlotte Bobcats. This seasons it’s been nothing but bluffs. He is averaging 3.6 points per game, 9.3 minutes per game, 1.8 rebounds per game, 0.4 assists per game.
Mullens finished with a big fat doughnut in the scorebook with “0” points in 4 minutes of play. We shall see how much playing time the big fella gets in the the coming games with the Los Angeles Clippers. The rumors of signing Lamar Odom or Chris Wilcox would all but diminish his playing time along with Ryan Hollins as the main back up to DeAndre Jordan.