Watch this poor kid get rejected by Cavaliers forward Larry Nance Jr.. Luckily, the classier Kevin L
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Watch this poor kid get rejected by Cavaliers forward Larry Nance Jr. for an autograph. Luckily, the classier Kevin Love later saved the day..

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Nance looks like he went to ULL
Reply3 months
My thing is that Lance isn't hounded like your top players in the league and still straight up reject a little kid is a jackass move. A player like LeBron would be understandable since he gets hounded, I'm sure,24/7. But from what I hear, LeBron is one of the nicer guys in the league still.
Reply3 months
Classy gesture Mr. Love. Well done.
Reply3 months
In Nance's defense, they do deal with alot of fans with an entitled attitude, and it can wear on you. My nephew was at dinner with his GF and a fan came up behind him, put his arm around his shoulder and snapped a selfie. And then didn't understand why that wasn't OK. You deal with enough people like that and you can develop a bad attitude about fans approaching you.
Reply3 months
At first I felt bad for the kid, but when he got the autograph, and neither him nor his mom said “thank you”, I lost all sympathy for these entitled fricks
Reply3 months
Love is one of the few likable players on that team.
Reply3 months
Combining this with his article on Mental Illness really has me liking KLove
Reply3 months
Some celebrities can be such douches
Reply3 months
NBA is contrived garbage. Better off sticking to WWE.
Reply3 months
Larry Nance isn’t even good. He probably thought the kid was making fun of him ??
Reply3 months
Larry Nance is a fuching bitch.
Reply3 months
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