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Found May 03, 2013 on NESN.com:

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After the Rockets beat the Thunder in Oklahoma City in Game 5, there were plenty of unhappy folks in OKC, but none of them showed their displeasure more than one knee-high fan.

During the Rockets’ postgame show late Wednesday night, a toddler waddled onto the court with his pants around his ankles as the Comcast Houston reporters gave their two cents.

You tell ‘em, baby.

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3 Comments:
  • What are the parents doing during this time? How clueless are they?
  • That little boy is a Thunder player's son...don't you worry...he was being well watched.
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