Found April 03, 2013 on
Philadelphia 76ers and former Michigan State Spartan’s alumnus Jason Richardson lost a bet to Milwaukee Buck and former Duke standout J.J Reddick over the weekend. Their former college teams played one another and by now you know the rest. Michigan State didn’t seem to put up much of a fight by losing 71-61 in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament. Richardson lost the bet and this is his punishment:
“@jrich23: A Spartan always pay his/her debt! twitter.com/jrich23/status…” // cc @adamkring
— BCoop (@BCooP) April 3, 2013
Not a bad look!
Oh, and before all of the Michigan State fans out there go nuts, don’t worry. Richardson made sure to do this once he finally took the Duke gear off a little while ago:
JRich, that is better than sending it to dry cleaning!
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