Kent Bazemore apologizes to John Wall on Twitter for flagrant foul
The Atlanta Hawks’ 114-99 victory over the Washington Wizards on Thursday was marred by a dangerous foul by Kent Bazemore, who undercut John Wall on a transition dunk attempt in the third quarter. But Bazemore, who was whistled for a Flagrant 1 on the play, is doing his best to accept responsibility and move on.
Bazemore took to Twitter on Friday to reach out to the Wizards point guard and apologize for the dangerous foul.
This game has done wayyyy too much for me to play it that way. I've been undercut and it's not a fun feeling. My apologies bro @JohnWall
— Scot Harvath (@24Bazemore) October 28, 2016
An apology was certainly merited as it was a scary-looking play at the time, and Wall definitely took exception.
John Wall wasn't happy with Kent Bazemore. pic.twitter.com/ys2qY89ftB
— ✖Mars✖ (@hashtagking722) October 28, 2016
Wall, who has a history of being victimized by unnecessary cheap shots, still has yet to respond to Bazemore’s apology publicly. But credit to the Hawks swingman for being a big enough man to say, “My bad.”