Remember, what you're about to see is done by professionals, so don't try this at home.

Recently, the New Orleans Pelicans were visiting Sacramento to take on the Kings, and things got a little weird midway through the second quarter.

DeMarcus Cousins was in the process of setting a perfectly appropriate screen when Buddy Hield got all handsy.

You're probably wondering what else you'd expect from two dudes named Boogie and Buddy, but suffice to say neither one of them was impressed, either.

On the other hand -- the free one -- they'd no doubt be totally fine with what we have to offer here at Fanorama, like this space-age stainless steel insulated thermos bottle:

stainless steel thermos water bottle

Besides keeping hot things hot and cold things cold, notice the handy dandy tote strap for those occasions when you need both hands free.

Like when there's no ref around to call a really personal foul.





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