Anyone who ever spent a summer taking classes in college probably experienced a couple nights with nothing to do.
Campus is often deserted. There aren't as many parties. And you see the same handful of friends who are in town night after night.
College basketball players endure this every summer since they typically have to stay on campus to practice, work out and take classes. Most no doubt have found unusual ways to entertain themselves during those summer nights, but Kentucky's Kyle Wiltjer, Willie Cauley-Stein and Jarrod Polson are some of the first to film their boredom.
What did Wiltjer, Cauley-Stein and Polson do at 2:40 a.m. earlier this month on a quiet Saturday night in Lexington? Believe it or not, they parked at what appears to be a McDonald's, freestyle rapped for a few minutes and then danced wildly in the middle of an otherwise deserted parking lot.
File this night under the category things that only seem like a good idea in college.
(Thanks, Cats Illustrated)