Hanstravel walked right off the roof of his frat house and leaped into a pool. I don't know if anyones seen that but photos are everywhere. apparently Bobby Frasor was near by.
Hansbrough doing a real life interpretation of his draft stock.
Stupid, Stupid, Stupid thing for a likely first round pick in next year's NBA draft.
This guy is going to make millions in the NBA, and he puts it all at risk for the thrill of jumping off a roof into a pool? Just plain poor thinking on the NPOY's part.
"An ACC ref watching the scene promptly called a foul on the pool claiming the pool was moving when Tyler ran into it."
"Hey Lawson! You can't jump off buildings into pools in the NBA, can you?"
--Jason "my caption attempts are lame, hopefully the rest of you are better" Evans
Since he has invested heavily in pedicures I am sure he can't afford a chipped nail!
That is a very shallow pool and he his a very tall dude. I'm really surprised he didn't get hurt. I gap pool-to-pool rails on a wakeskate but I would definitely not jump into that little pool. What a retard!
Then again, we cant expect them to have brains.
PS - I have to admit it is pretty badass.
I could have sworn I have already seen this type of thread about 10 times already......
Hansbrough had no choice but to jump from the balcony into the shallow pool, in order to put out the invisible fire that was searing his flesh. Those on the scene reporting hearing him rambling about something like "Help me Tom Cruise, use your witchcraft to put out the invisible fire, Help me Oprah Winfrey!"
The photo I originally saw was of Frasor jumping off the roof with Hansbrough in the background.
Hansbrough is stupid for doing it because of what he has at stake; Frasor's a moron because he's coming of ACL SURGERY!! You would think somebody that's been sidelined for the past 6 months with a bum knee would steer clear of hazardous behavior like this. Apparently not...
In all seriousness, Hansbrough is covered by an NCAA approved insurance policy. I think these are a great idea becaue they can give someone relief from the fear that by staying in school they will risk injury and therefore not have the $ making opportunity of the NBA.
What does his insurance company think? I think if I were his insurace agent I'd have to consider dropping the policy.
i am relatively sure that the ins company would deny that claim.....
enter john edwards.
If the photo wasn't ruined by the presence of Tyler, UNC people, the pool and the buildings, I'd say it's a great picture of what looks like a simply marvelous day in North Carolina.
I thought Hansbrough wasn't testing the draft waters?