Found March 24, 2013 on
Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan videobombed temmate Amir Johnson during an interview with NBATV Canada at a Raptors practice session last Tuesday.
After popping his eyes over Johnson's shoulder on the right side of the camera shot, watch how DeRozan casually strolls away, then somehow pops up in the opposite side of the screen.
Excellent videobomb by DeRozan, but Johnson also deserves credit for keeping his focus on the interview at hand.
Video via TorontoRaptors. H/T TNLP.
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