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A fan sitting courtside at a Sacramento Kings vs Utah Jazz who vomited on the floor is one of the “craziest things” seen at an NBA game in a while.
While the game was ongoing, the fan appears to lean over into a cup and puke, although a lot of it missed and trickled onto the floor.
A man sitting close to him hopped up out of his seat and moved away from him, and a lady sitting next to him, seemingly analysing the situation eventually followed suit and stepped away.
Soon after, Golden 1 Center staff walked over to clean up the area as the fan continued to belch.
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But one of the most interesting things to witness was the simply sitting there, nonchalant as the workers wiped up the mess around him.
Golden 1 Center staff cleaning up the fan’s vomit as he sits there.Photo courtesy of Hoops Nerd/ YouTube
Sacramento Kings head coach Luke Walton stood there with an expression on his face of disbelief at what he saw in the “final game of his NBA career.”
Sacramento Kings head coach Luke Walton looking in disbeliefPhoto courtesy of Hoops Nerd/ YouTube
Eventually, security guards walk the fan, who has a stain on his shirt from the upchuck out of the building after the embarrassing moment recorded on television.
Ball players from both teams had several reactions to the moment.
Mike Connolly of the Utah Jazz laughed about it and mouthed “I can’t look at that.”
“I can’t look at that."Photo courtesy of Hoops Nerd/YouTube
Buddy Hield of the Kings seemed to be completely turned off by the smell as he covered his nose with his jersey.
Sacramento Kings Buddy Hield covering his nosePhoto courtesy of Hoops Nerd/YouTube
Tristan Thompson shook his head and looked at the camera in apparent disapproval.
Tristan Thompson shakes head in disapprovalPhoto courtesy of Hoops Nerd/YouTube
On the other hand, in the midst of the situation, Jordan Clarkson went viral after he popped up on the screen out of nowhere to say hello.
https://t.co/h3vmkRryJg — Utah Jazz (@Utah Jazz)
The fourth quarter pause lasted for around 15 minutes, according to the Bleacher Report.
The Sacramento Kings were victorious with a score of 123-105.
Walton was fired the day after the game after seven losses in eight games.