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NBA Player Gets A Spinal Tap, Twitter Calls Him A "Pussy"

Clearly, these people have never had fluid drained from their spine with a needle.

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Luol Deng, one of the most important players on the shorthanded Chicago Bulls, missed last night's game against the Nets for a very good reason: he had a spinal tap to test for viral meningitis during the day.

As in, they stuck a needle into his spine to drain fluid. Everyone who's ever had one of these, or knows someone who has, knows that it is NOT a fun experience. And sometimes they have after-effects.

Sounds about right.

Blake Griffin on Twitter hate: "I could tweet 'I love oranges.' And someone out there is going to be like, '[Screw] you, I love apples."

Ramona Shelburne

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Blake Griffin on Twitter hate: "I could tweet 'I love oranges.' And someone out there is going to be like, '[Screw] you, I love apples."

Feel better, Luol. As for the rest of you: throw your phones in a lake.

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