Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Delonte West gives Gordon Hayward a "Wet Willie"

In what has to one of the most unusual fouls in NBA history, oddball Dallas Mavericks guard Delonte West gave Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward a "Wet Willie" during last night's game.

It happened during the second quarter of the game when West walked over to his opponent and stuck his finger in Hayward's ear.

Jazz announcers jumped all over the act.

"The low of lows in sportsmanship," one said.  "I've never seen that in professional sports— a finger in the ear," said the other.

West was just called for a blocking foul on Hayward before he walked over and touched him.  It's hard to see where West's finger was before the incident.  He received a technical for the childish offense but was not ejected.

Maybe a "purple nurple" would justify getting thrown out.

Either way, Hayward had the last laugh after the Jazz beat the Mavs, 123-121, in three overtimes.

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