Beavers Without Backboards.
Let’s hope Roberto Nelson returned from Oregon State‘s two-week service trip to Macedonia with a less painful souvenir than 20 stitches to his face and arm.
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He doesn’t even dunk it! Just pings the rim!
Wow… ‘I don’t need no hospital.’
weak ass hoops lmao
Hospitals are overrated, super glue is all you need.
nbk…… Dog Soldiers fan?
No I have never seen that movie. But superglue is a real tool used to close wounds. lol I was being sarcastic, but its something people really do.
dang that was a hard fall…hilarious though. This made my day.
In that movie he gets attacked by a werewolf, his intestines fall out and he superglues his stomach back together.
Based on a true story…. surely :-p
No doubt about it that has too be true. — I have really only seen construction workers do it. They will avoid the hospital at all costs, unless they are dying.
Flea from the Chili Peppers did it a few times during concerts. He wore a hole in his thumb from playing so aggresively that between each song someone ran on stage and poured super glue into the hole.
team cal alum represent! too bad demetrius walker would never be this tough lmao
never seen kid play before, looked like he was toying with them dudes before the injury. Anyways Pac-10 ball look like it might be on the up-and-ups again…shouts out to Jared Cunningham
@NBK. We do use glue at hospitals to close a lot of wounds but don’t try it at home
this is why i don’t dunk
What’s with the camera dude being on court? I’ve never tried to guard someone with a cameraman between us. I imagine it makes life a little difficult. Is Nelson auditioning for a spot on the And1 tour (or whatever’s going around these days)?
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