NBA star: Dinosaurs were pets of humans
A year ago, the then Cavs star Kyrie Irving declared that he believed the earth was a disk. Now his successor topples the madness.
There must be drugs in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ water bottles. Otherwise it is hard to explain why another point guard of the NBA team is putting up a crazy theory.
One year after Cleveland star Kyrie Irving claimed Earth was a disk, his successor Jordan Clarkson outdid madness.
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On the podcast’Road Trippin’: Richard vs. Channing was told by co-host DJ Montage that he did not believe dinosaurs existed. Crazy enough? Not if it goes to NBA star Clarkson, he could easily top that theory.
“I don’t believe in dinosaurs either,” Clarkson said at first, but quickly, “well, actually I did. You all know how we keep dogs and stuff, right? I think there were taller people before us in this world and the dinosaurs were their pets.”
Co-moderator DJ Montage checked: “On a leash? Like a pet? How tall were the people?”
Clarkson: “Oh, if you look at a dinosaur, they must have been three times bigger.”
After all, the 25-year-old came up with an original theory. That the earth is a record, as Irving had wanted the listeners to believe, is already somewhat outdated.
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