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Andrew Harrison didn’t see Willie’s dunk, so I showed him

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Andrew Harrison did not see Willie Cauley-Stein’s play of the game, so he was unable to talk about it in the locker room. But after hearing him deflect question after question from several reporters, I decided it was time he witnessed the murder.

I pulled up the video on my phone and handed it to him, hoping to get a good reaction, but all he could do is shake his head in disbelief that another defender would jump with Willie.

“They have to learn to stay down,” he said. “Swipe at it or something. Get out of the way.”

Before he saw the clip (and maybe a few selfies if he scrolled left or right), Andrew told us he looked up just in time to see Quadri Moore lying on the ground.

“I thought ‘Another one?'” he said of his initial reaction.

Yes, Andrew, another one. Although this one might’ve been Willie’s best work.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

1 Comment for Andrew Harrison didn’t see Willie’s dunk, so I showed him



  1. EdC
    6:30 pm March 21, 2015 Permalink

    Willie’s dunks are nice but so are the assists that lead to them.

    What would be really nice is if he would get into a proper rebounding position more and work at getting rebounds. He had exactly 1 rebound today.

    Andrew had 2. Aaron had 2. Tyler had 3 and Devin had 4.