After the coronavirus measures were relaxed and vaccination was accelerated, sports organizations began to return to their old days. The fans who haven’t been to any sports events for almost a year and a half seem a little crazy.
Recently, a Philadelphia Sixers fan threw popcorn at Russell Westbrook, and a New York Knicks fan who spat at Trae Young went unpunished.
Last night, the Boston Celtics faced the Brooklyn Nets at TD Garden and lost the game. The Nets took a 3-1 lead in the playoff series and moved a little closer to the Conference semifinals.
At the end of the game, a Celtics fan threw a bottle at Kyrie Irving as the Nets guard was going to the locker room. The fans, who were taken into custody after the incident, were banned from basketball games for life.
A Twitter user asked Damian Lillard to comment on the Kyrie Irving situation, and the Portland Trail-Blazers sharpshooter shared his thoughts on the matter.
Here’s what Damian Lillard said:
“It’s happening every game. They not gone be happy til they do it to the wrong guy and get what they want”
Check out the Twitter post below.
It’s happening every game. They not gone be happy til they do it to the wrong guy and get what they want https://t.co/ZqsCeSm7j9
— Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard) May 31, 2021