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Cleveland Cavaliers player and former Syracuse Orange guard Dion Waiters has put together a pretty nice first season in the NBA. But he’s still a rookie, meaning that regardless of how well he plays, he’s going to get hazed.
His Cavs teammates decided to play the ol’ ‘popcorn in the car’ prank on Dion this past weekend. Original? Probably not. Annoying for Waiters to have to deal with? Definitely.
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Since today is April Fool's Day, plenty of people are playing pranks around the world and it appears that Cleveland Cavaliers rookie Dion Waiters was the unfortunate victim of one.Check out the below photo of Waiters attempting to get into his SUV that was filled with popcorn:(Courtesy of Beyond the Buzzer)
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