Found February 07, 2012 on
Well would you look at this. Here we have a center sprinting back on defense. Nothing wrong with this picture, in fact this is actually encouraged. Don't you think the Warriors would love Kwame Brown to show this kind of determination and hustle? Anyways, I can't hate on this, he is just getting back on defense since JaVale knows he didn't get the rebound, so the other team must have. Headsy play by the big fella.
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