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Orlando Magic rookie Andrew Nicholson got a taste of some rookie hazing recently at the hands of Glen “Big Baby” Davis. The former St. Bonaventure star was simply minding his own business and conducting an interview in the locker room before a game earlier this week when Davis came along and interrupted him. What did Big Baby want? His pregame peanut butter and jelly sandwich, of course.
While I’m assuming Davis was just messing around, Nicholson looked legitimately frightened right when he was called out. There are certain things rookies have to do in the NBA like wear ridiculous backpacks, but it certainly seemed like Nicholson had no idea that he was on PB&J duty before the game. As long as Big Baby didn’t feel the need to drop his pants in frustration, it’s safe to assume this was all fun and games.
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We all know that Orlando Magic forward Glen Davis is a pretty fun-loving guy but it when it comes to food, Glen is all business.Magic rookie Andrew Nicholson was doing an interview with Fox Sports Orlando when he is interrupt by Davis about a peanut butter and jelly sandwich that he was supposed to make him as part of his rookie hazing.This is 55 seconds of your life that you need to see:
Orlando Magic forward Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis is a pretty funny guy, and he took the opportunity on camera to embarrass and haze rookie teammate Andrew Nicholson on Tuesday night. Big Baby stopped the interview Andrew was giving and accused him of not having his peanut butter and jelly sandwich prepared as part of his pre-game meal. The look on Nicholson’s face is priceless...
Tweet Usually rookies go through a hazing period to initiate them to their new team, and Orlando Magic rookie Andrew Nicholson is no different. Veteran big man and resident class clown Glen “Big Baby” Davis interrupted a Nicholson interview recently to make an odd request: Davis wanted his peanut butter and jelly sandwiches or else: I [...]
Magic forward Glen Davis didn’t get his nickname from being scrawny. Before Tuesday’s game with the Pistons, “Big Baby” went searching for his pre-game peanut butter and jelly sandwich, which apparently was supposed to be made by rookie Andrew Nicholson.
Davis interrupted an interview Nicholson was having with Fox Sports Detroit’s Justin White to interrogate. He was disgusted...
Apparently Orlando Magic forward Glen 'Big Baby' Davis loves his peanut butter and jelly sandwich's. He loves them so much he decided to break up an interview with rookie Andrew Nicholson to find out why he didn't bring him his pregame PB&J. Nicholson looks legit scared that Big Baby Davis might eat him instead of the sandwich. As for the interviewer, he...
As we constantly remind folks on here, Glen Big Baby Davis is a different type of cat. Orlando Magic rookie Andrew Nicholson was giving Fox Sports an interview when Davis interrupted to remind him of something.
See Nicholson is a rookie, and in professional sports leagues, rookies go through some sort of hazing whether it be carrying bags, getting breakfast, or in Nicholson’s...
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