Found January 13, 2014 on Holdout Sports:
Sacramento Kings guard Jimmer Fredette accidentally left Ray McCallum hanging on a high five attempt during the second quarter of Sunday's game against Cleveland.Fredette was in the game and giving high fives to some of his teammates on the bench. However, Fredette turned away to get ready for the action on the court to restart just as McCallum put his hand up. That's just bad timing. H/T TNLP. Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
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