Found November 21, 2011 on
Basketball never stops has been the motto of the 2011 NBA Lockout. And, apparently, rookie hazing doesn’t either. Sacramento Kings forward Donté Greene hosted a charity game for Kings fans at the UC Davis Pavilion last night and forced rookies-to-be Jimmer Fredette and Isaiah Thomas into a dance-off during halftime. The winner might surprise you.
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Sacramento Kings rookies Jimmer Fredette and Isaiah Thomas recently engaged in a friendly dance off at the Goon Squad Classic charity game at UC Davis. The crowd did their best to get famed dancer, John Wall to join in, but he wasn’t having it. Good to see the lockout is taking its toll. Jimmer definitely was the victor here.
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Kings forward Donté Greene has taken on the role of game organizer and promoter for today’s Goon Squad Classic exhibition and fundraiser at UC Davis.
The game, which benefits Greene’s Circle of Success foundation, is a chance for NBA fans to see the players they hope to watch when the lockout ends.
“It’s hectic, I’ll tell you [...]
Check out Sacramento Kings rookies Jimmer Fredette and Isaiah Thomas in a dance off at the Goon Squad Classic charity game at UC Davis. Not sure what kind of Wobbly Legs dance Jimmer is trying to pull off here, but it's funny as hell. Standard white boy moves by my man Fredette. Now if we could just see him in an NBA game all would be good.
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