Innocent mistake or act of vengeance?+ READ ARTICLE
When the Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin fouled out Saturday during his team’s first playoff game against the Golden State Warriors, he was, naturally, pretty unhappy. It appears he just might have taken out some of that frustration on a Warriors fans.
After watching the replay of the foul, Griffin threw his hands in the air — you know, that universal sign for “What the f–k man?” But he just so happened to be holding a cup of water, so he doused a Warriors fan standing behind him.
As Sports Illustrated points out, the man and his friend — both dressed in Warriors t-shirts — had cheered Griffin’s ejection, so he could have done this on purpose. But the fan, 22-year-old Will Meldman, suspects it was an accident.
“Honestly, I think it fell out of his hand,” Meldman told Yahoo Sports. “He fouled out and he was frustrated, so it just fell out of his hand. It just slipped out.”
But Meldman’s friend, who was seated beside him the entire game, totally thinks Griffin’s move was intentional. We’ll never know for sure, so let’s all just keep watching the clip over and over: