Joe Ingles Complains On Twitter, Mitchell, Gobert Jokingly Respond
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Utah Jazz players were exchanging jokes on Twitter during the NBA All-Star break. Forward Joe Ingles sent out a tweet about an encounter with a fan who simply wanted to take a selfie.
Problem was that the fan did not politely ask the Jazz sharpshooter.
Ingles stated on Twitter that he is okay with taking photos with fans but would prefer them to say please.
Of course, whenever Ingles tweets out something like this, you can almost guarantee that one or two teammates of his would chime in and that’s exactly what happened.
Donovan Mitchell responded to Ingles’ tweet about the fan asking for a selfie.
Rudy Gobert had a basic/sarcastic response to Ingles’ tweet.
In a separate conversation on Twitter, a fan mentioned Ingles and how he would make a fantastic coach after his playing career. Ingles brought up how much he would love to coach Mitchell and that he would “kill him in film sessions.”
Mitchell responded to that tweet by telling Ingles that he would hit him with the “I don’t wanna be here,” line. Milwaukee Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe tweeted a couple of years ago that he didn’t want to be in Phoenix when he was with the Suns.
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