Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 5/2/13
Royce White is among the Houston Rockets fans feeling confident following the team’s stunning 107-100 win over the Thunder in Oklahoma City on Wednesday night that extended the playoff series to a sixth game. White, who was a first-round pick of the Rockets last year and played for the team’s D-League affiliate this season, sent tweets to the Thunder and Kevin Durant after the game. And… that’s why you play the games. That @okcthunder team just looked shook. “They’re looking shaky baby.”#RedNation — Royce White (@Highway_30) May 2, 2013 @kdtrey5… Y’all are looking SHAAAKYY BAAABYY. #RedNation — Royce White (@Highway_30) May 2, 2013 How ironic is it to see White of all people taunting an opponent for looking “shaky”? White suffers from an anxiety disorder that keeps him from flying in airplanes and threatened to hinder his NBA career. He demands the most fragile working conditions imaginable and complains when he doesn’t receive them. He pleads for empathy and understanding. And he’s telling a team that finished first in the Western Conference that they’re looking shaky? Not only was this the wrong person to come from, but he’s also making matters more difficult on his team; he’s not even playing, yet he’s motivating the opponents. Smooth move, Royce. Chest bump to The Point Forward
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