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Golden State Warriors center Festus Ezeli was the latest victim of rookie hazing by his teammates as they removed the wheels from his car.
Ezeli posted a photo of the car on his Instagram account and asked his Twitter followers for a ride home. However, Ezeli did eventually find the tires, which his teammates hid around the building where the car was parked.
The cars seem to be easy targets for the hazing, as Kent Bazemore found his car filled with popcorn earlier this week.
Warriors veterans fill Kent Bazemore's car with popcorn (Video)
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Fresh off the success of their lightly buttered prank on Kent Bazemore this week, the went after the car of their next rookie hazing victim, Festus Ezeli.
The result—the tires stripped off his Mercedes and placed inside the locker room:
These Warriors are cold. This leaves Harrison Barnes and Draymond Green as the two remaining rookies who have yet to come into the crosshairs...
Festus Ezeli is the latest Golden State Warriors rookie to become a victim of the team’s rookie hazing.
The rookie center from Vanderbilt tweeted Sunday to show that his teammates got him by removing the wheels from his car.
#rookielife they got me instagram.com/p/YGe45Qr7l_/
— Festus Ezeli (@fezzyfel) April 14, 2013
At least Ezeli had a good sense of humor about it. He later...
Golden State Warriors rookie Festus Ezeli isn’t the first victim of hazing in the NBA or even on his team this season, Kent Bazemore has that distinction.
The Warriors have an inordinate amount of rookies on the team this season with four, and Ezeli received his official rite of passage to the league when his teammates removed the tires from his car. Ezeli seemed to take it...
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