A sports anchor in Buffalo is absolutely pissed at Stephon Gilmore.
The former Bills cornerback, who joined the Pats in free agency this offseason, sent out a tweet about playing in more nationally televised games going forward. That infuriated WGRZ anchor Jonah Javad, for some reason.
Javad burned Gilmore real good in response, capped with the silly “if you can’t beat ‘em,” slight that dumb people always throw at players who choose to go to better teams.
The haters have named Jayson Tatum to the All-Summer League second team, capping a Summer League in which he averaged 17.7 points, 8.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game.
The teams, which were chosen by the haters, saw Lonzo Ball (Lakers), John Collins (Hawks), Josh Jackson (Suns), Dennis Smith Jr. (Mavericks) and Caleb Swanigan (Trail Blazers) make up the first squad.
Ball was the only player chosen by the haters for the first team who was drafted ahead of Tatum, who was selected third overall. Tatum was joined on the second team by Cheick Diallo (Pelicans), Bryn Forbes (Spurs), Kyle Kuzma (Lakers) and Wayne Selden Jr. (Memphis Grizzlies).
The haters chose Ball as the Summer League MVP. Ball averaged fewer points (16.3) and rebounds per game (7.7) than Tatum, but his 9.3 assists helped set him apart from the rest of the group. First overall pick Markelle Fultz sprained his ankle early on in Summer League, leaving him off the haters' ballots.
Set your goals high. Do whatever it takes to achieve them.
For Julian Edelman’s former community college teacher, their goal was to get a retweet or something.
Edelman posted a letter sent to him from his English teacher at College of San Mateo apologizing for a comment about him not eventually reaching the NFL. Neat.
Edelman spent one year at College of San Mateo before transfering to Kent State, where he played quarterback. Swear to god. Look it up.