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During Thursday’s tilt between the Cal Golden Bears and the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels, an unfortunate and painful experience befell Cal star Allen Crabbe. When a Runnin’ Rebels player attempted to save a ball going out of bounds by wildly throwing it back into play, poor Crabbe’s crotch was directly in the line of fire.
The shot to the groin immediately dropped Crabbe to the ground and millions of male college basketball fans watching the game felt the sudden urge to uncomfortably squirm.
Sweet sassy molassey. Regardless of Crabbe’s pain threshold — unless he happens to possess the testicular fortitude of the masochist who goes by the moniker “King of Nutshots” — that is something he undoubtedly feeling on Friday. Ouch.
Thankfully for Mr. Allen Crabbe, he is at least able to savor Cal’s 64-61 win over UNLV. While he’s sitting on a bag of ice. Yeesh.
Oh, and the obligatory “Simpsons” reference. It’s old and so played, but I just can’t help myself.
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California Golden Bears guard Allen Crabbe suffered a painful shot to the groin during Thursday's 64-61 win over UNLV in the NCAA tournament. It happened in the first half as Rebels guard Bryce Dejean-Jones threw the ball at Crabbe while trying to save it from going out of bounds, nailing Crabbe in the crotch.
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California's Allen Crabbe was on the wrong end of a pass by UNLV's Bryce Dejean-Jones during Thursday's second round tournament action.Dejean-Jones was trying to save the ball from going out bounds and proceeded to whip the basketball right into the groin area of Crabbe. There appeared to be no hard feelings, though, as the two played it off as they walked down to the...
There were plenty of memorable moments from the start of yesterday's 2013 NCAA men's basketball tournament but one that might have been forgotten involved University of California forward Allen Crabbe.
As UNLV's Bryce Dejean-Jones attempted to save a ball from going out of bounds, he rocketed the ball at Crabbe where it hit Allen in a sensitive area:
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