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This article is the work of guest blogger Felipe Diaz, a fine and enthusiastic young man from the great state of Wisconsin who is currently a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee studying Film Production and Marketing.
The Brooklyn Nets’ Deron Williams is one of the most well liked guys in the NBA, and after Tuesday night’s Nets-76ers game, won 104-83 by Brooklyn, it isn’t hard to see why.
With the Nets laying a beating on the Sixers late in the game, an unfortunate fan takes a beating of his own, after catching a blocked pass right square on the face. Though the man appears to be okay, Deron Williams runs over to check on him and even towels him off, putting a huge smile on the fan’s face. In summary, if you are a fan in the stands, and end up taking a wayward ball off the grill, Deron’s got your back…and nose, forehead, and pretty well your entire face.
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