Byron Mullens has signed a contract with Shanxi Zhongyu in China.
Mullens is the third foreign player to round out Shanxi's roster.
Mullens signed wiht the Los Angeles Clippers last offseason and was dealt to the Philadelphia 76ers before the NBA trade deadline.
We here at 3D Philly Sports understand the pain and suffering of our fellow Philly fans. Watching the Sixers play right now is just painful. Yeah yeah, it’s for a good cause down the road, but nobody should have to watch the Byron Mullens show. I wouldn’t wish that on my worst enemy right now. […]The post Philadelphia 76ers Mock Draft: Our Sixers Trio Projects Hinkie’s 7...
The Philadelphia 76ers have acquired Byron Mullens from the Los Angeles Clippers.
February 20, 2014
Usually at the end of most NBA games, the players congratulate each other on their good effort but last night, Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams good vibes were denied.
As time was running out in the Clippers/Thunder game, Adams went over to Clippers center Byron Mullens to shake his hand but Byron denies him.
Watch as Adams gives himself his own dap in the below Instagram...
Thursday night the Oklahoma City Thunder dismantled the Los Angeles Clippers 105-91, and after the game Thunder reserve attempted to shake hands with Clippers reserve Byron Mullens, only to get ignored. How Adams handled it is classic. Watch:
Give it to Adams for being a good sport and having a sense of humor. And shame on Mullens for being a sore...
Oklahoma City Thunder rookie center Steven Adams tried to exercise a little sportsmanship Thursday night as his team’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers wound down to the final buzzer. He reached out to shake hands with Clippers center Byron Mullens, who completely rejected him. After being left hanging by Mullens, Adams came up with a novel way to deal with the rejection:...
Following the Thunder-Clippers game, Center Byron Mullens left Steve Adams hanging, snubbing him on a handshake.
Clippers center Byron Mullens left Thunder rookie Steve Adams hangin’ following OKC’s 105-91 win over LA Thursday, so naturally, he shakes his own hand and carries on. Awkward. The post Clippers’ Byron Mullens Leaves OKC’s Steven Adams Hangin’ (Video) appeared first on Beyond The Buzzer.