Thursday, December 2, 2021

Ayesha Posts Positive Note to Nate – But Steph & Other NBAers Throw More Hits Via Twitter

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Photo: courtesy Clutch Sports

*Poor, poor Nate Robinson. Even though he got KDFO(!) last night by YouTuber Jake Paul, he’s still taking hits. Po’ thang.

Those additional hits started immediately for the former Knicks star Saturday night as he became Twitter’s punching bag, with Steph Curry and wife Ayesha chiming in.

“Gonna shock the world bro,” Robinson said in a previous tweet, to which the Warriors superstar joked after the fight, “I see no lies.”

Curry, fresh off The Match 3 with Peyton Manning, Charles Barkley, and Phil Mickelson, also added, “Be ok Nate……come on man.”

Curry’s wife Ayesha also commended Robinson for stepping out of his comfort zone despite the result.

“Don’t care about the KO, I just think it’s cool to see someone trying something new and stepping out of their comfort zone. That’s dope and inspiring. You don’t have to just be one thing. I never want to live a life where I look back and say I didn’t try something I wanted,” she posted.

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Along with Steph and Ayesha, other pro athletes decided to weigh in on Robinson’s disastrous night in the ring.

“NIGHT NIGHT,” Joel Embiid tweeted.

“Jake Paul tho,” JR Smith penned.

“That was no representation of the NBA family lol,” Nick Young wrote.

Evander Kane of the San Jose Sharks also quipped about tossing his hat into the ring next.

“Jeeezzzz maybe I should take on @jakepaul next,” Kane tweeted.

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