Otto Porter missed the last play of the Bulls 108-107 win over the Sixers on Wednesday night. After most players had cleared the floor, the referees decided there was .5 seconds left on the game clock.
Most players made their way back on the floor, but Porter was already taking a league mandated drug test and couldn’t make it back in time. He explains he was in “mid-strain.”
Otto Porter jr. wasn’t on the floor for the .5 second redo because he was already taking a league-mandated drug test. “I was in mid-stride. I couldn’t stop.” pic.twitter.com/HcFEjazY8X
— Malika Andrews (@malika_andrews) March 7, 2019
Good thing they played out that .5 remaining on the clock. Maybe next time let the guy change his clothes before taking the drug test. If he has drugs in his system, it will still be there after that.
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