As any television show that features a psychotherapist will tell you, the best way to get past something bad that happened in your life is to talk about it. Don’t keep your emotions bottled up, talk it out and all that jazz. We’ve all accidentally watched “Frasier” while waiting for a better show to start to know this is the generally agreed upon way of processing significant life events.

Thabo Sefolosha, however, doesn’t agree with any of that. He’d rather keep things to himself, if that’s OK with you. From Royce Young of Daily Thunder fame:

Question for Thabo: “Can you talk about that last pass?”

Answer: “I don’t want to talk about it too much.”

Considering how bad that pass was, this is certainly understandable. Refusing to talk about what he was thinking when he whipped that pass right past Russell Westbrook might not be the healthiest approach, but like Don Draper says, “Get out of here and move forward. This never happened. It will shock you how much it never happened.” Nothing bad has ever happened to that guy, so you know this is good advice.

That being said, I have a hunch that Thabo might have to do a little talking about this play during film studies with the team. Call me crazy, but I’m willing to bet someone’s going to have something to say about this during review.

Comments (5)

  1. Either he royally jacked the play up, or Russ did. I can certainly understand him not wanting to talk about it ether way.

  2. Yeah, but on the other hand:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxHqYAEL6IM

    So the rest of the Thunder team should call it even.

  3. Spoiler: Didn’t Don Draper say that to Lane …who eventually committed suicide?

  4. The game was pretty much over at that point, the Thunder basically needed 2 threes, or two missed FTs and 2 two pointers, all in 16 seconds.

    And it was Thabo’s steal off Wade that kept the game in contention anyway.

    Why not rag on Harden for his TOs?

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