Anthony Davis isn't very good at Hide and Seek. (Layne Murdoch/NBAE/Getty Images)
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"Well ... yeah. But, um, that was last year. You know, we're the New Orleans Pelicans now!"
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"... So, anyway, this is how you get in a defensive stance."
Best caption wins a trip to Tony Allen's camp, where this sort of impudent conversation has consequences. Good luck.
In our last adventure, lo those many moons ago: Mike Miller and Shaquille O'Neal scoff at suggestions that the former will be amnestied and the latter will be inaccurately quoted in Reader's Digest. That's what you call a real "double whoops."
Such pals. (Joe Murphy/NBAE/Getty Images)
Runner-up, Larry B: Mike Miller has learned a few tricks from the old people living in Miami — If you have no idea what a person just said, just laugh and pretend you heard everything loud and clear.
Second runner-up, EJ: Mike Miller laughs as Shaq shamelessly plugs for the IcyHot patch to fix Miller's bum elbow.
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