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Michael Devoe - Human Pinata
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Michael Devoe - Human Pinata
I wonder if when anyone meets Michael Devoe, does he introduce himself this way - "Hi, I'm Michael Devoe, on court I'm a great basketball player and an awesome human pinata."

If you watched the last game closely, you would see what I mean. I think in one stretch I counted he was fouled 10 (yes, ten) times. Result - 9 no calls. Yet, he still kept getting up and trying his hardest.

It kind of looks as if teams have adopted the "just foul Devoe" defensive strategy. Works pretty well, if you are allowed to get away with it.

Yeah, I'm a little prejudiced, but I dare you to watch the last game and not wonder why he's so frustrated.

But honestly, I love watching this guy play basketball. I think I'd love to watch him play football too. Any football team would love to have a player who took that many hits and still kept trucking.

Good luck to Jackets today!
02-12-2022 01:01 PM
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