The Indiana Pacers beat the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night in tightly contested game in Milwaukee. The Bucks were fighting for a shot at the playoffs while the Pacers were looking to take another step toward their goal of locking up home-court advantage for the palyoffs.
As has been the case several times this season, the Pacers' relentless pursuit of a W didn't sit well with some of the Bucks' players which led to Brandon Jennings and Danny Granger getting into a chest-puffing verbal altercation as the game ended.
While Granger laughed off the incident in the locker room, Jennings took the beef to Twitter to complain about Granger, until Milwaukee's PR director told him to shut it down.
So now Jennings and the Bucks play the Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Thursday and there's been some talk on local radio shows Grady & Big Joe Show and JMV that the Pacers should show this video of Jennings on the scoreboard and invite fans to join Jennings in his Lady Gaga-inspired dance.
That would be a blast, no? Of course, I can't see the Pacers doing this just because that's definitely not how Larry Bird or Frank Vogel roll with regard to respecting opponents. Plus, they have the scoreboard as the best last laugh in any of these situations. Still, it would be quite fun for the fans. So what do you think?
Should the Pacers play the Brandon Jennings Lady Gaga video at the Bucks game?
Yes! Let's have some fun at the Fieldhouse (189 votes)
No. Just keep letting the scoreboard do the talking. (156 votes)
345 total votes