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This is just weird. I have nothing to say except why is Shane Battier licking his own nose during a game? There will never be an answer, so I leave it up to you to draw your own conclusions. If this is a take on MJ’s tongue swag, I think Shane needs to rethink the entire concept.
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via TBJ (As good of a basketball site as you will find)
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