"I didn't know I was in the game."
The Milwaukee Bucks handed the Cleveland Cavaliers their third loss of the season last night thanks to 34, 12, 5 & 5 from Giannis Antetokounmpo and some very lackadaisical defense from JR Smith.
On one play in particular, JR walked off the court to hug Jason Terry near the Bucks bench, resulting in the easiest points Tony Snell has ever scored in his NBA career.
After the game, when asked about the play where he dapped up Terry instead of guarding his man, JR zipped up his hoodie, introduced everyone to his "alter ego," and said, "I didn't know I was in the game."
J.R. Smith and his "alter ego" make a postgame appearance. pic.twitter.com/5vyGxeTjir— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) November 30, 2016
J.R. Smith's "alter ego" likes ski masks pic.twitter.com/qt3uQiUk1g— Jason Lloyd (@JasonLloydABJ) November 30, 2016