Sean Williams Vomited During Mavs Game After ODing on Chocolate Covered Almonds

Dallas Mavericks forward Sean Williams vomited on the bench during his team’s loss to the Nuggets Monday. A lot of people have said that’s a clear sign he’s out of shape. Williams disagrees and wants to set the record straight: he says throwing up was not the product of being out of shape, but … wait for it … overdosing on chocolate-covered almonds before the game.

Mavericks writer Earl K. Sneed said on Twitter Wednesday “Sean Williams told me to tell everyone he’s not out of shape. He ate too many chocolate covered almonds. It was the first time he’s had chocolate covered almonds in about 2 years. They were so good he couldn’t stop eating. Williams said he’s just happy that he didn’t throw up on the court during the game, because he could feel it coming.”

Please don’t tell me he really expects us to buy that. Throwing up because you ate too many chocolate covered almonds? Come on bro, what are you, 6? Leave that kindergarten excuse at home.

I wonder what Mike Scioscia thinks of Williams’ explanation.

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Sean Williams Did What We’ve All Wanted to do at the Cell Phone Store

The only difference between Sean Williams and the rest of us is that he actually acted out on his frustration. And he can probably afford to do so. Williams is a forward for the Nets who was at a mall in Denver because the team was in town to play the Nuggets Monday night. Let’s just say things got out of hand …

Lone Tree police were called to the AT&T Mobility store about 2 p.m. Williams was arguing with a clerk when he picked up the computer monitor and threw it, destroying a printer and other equipment in the process, police reported.

The damages were estimated at about $1,300.

Williams, 22, faces misdemeanor disorderly conduct and criminal mischief charges.

Well now we know the real reason why the Nets got blown out by 25 points in the game! Actually though, I was at the Verizon store today exchanging phones and was wondering why I was waiting while three employees were just standing around doing nothing. I have a feeling we all know exactly how Williams felt.