“The decision was mine! I’m saying this for the first time in public. I don’t want to hide behind him [Milos Teodosic] and he was not ready enough. We have to take care of the health of the players. We will need them. I told him to skip this competition and I’ll take responsibility for myself. He agreed and was grateful. We understand each other,” Djordjevic said per MozzartSport.
@doga___: And we don’t want you in turkey go f— your country. Spain will f— you.you will see.dirty negro. @knicksnews_rumors: TRASH A– MOTHER—— @knicks.central: Pull up the f— Bronx b—- n—– we gon KILL YOUR A– That’s just a sampling of the numerous taunts former NBA player Anthony Randolph received on Twitter after tangling with Latvian and New York Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis during a game in the 2017 EuroBasket on Sept. 13 in Istanbul.
“The nights and days following that incident I had Latvian fans, Turkish fans and people from all over, people in New York, leaving comments on my page calling me the ‘N-word,’ ” the 28-year-old Randolph said. “They were saying I was trash and that if I come to New York they would kill me. It was pretty interesting. I didn’t respond to anybody or waste my energy on stuff like that.”