Golden State Warriors guard Jordan Poole is always a special talent.
That said, whenever he sees a certain type of fan in the stands – he really takes his game to the next level.
There have been countless examples of this, but the latest occurred last week during a showdown against the Charlotte Hornets.
The video largely speaks for itself:
Ain’t no way there’s a part two… pic.twitter.com/pcAmYrGsLH
— Guru (@DrGuru_) December 28, 2022
NBA fans have noticed that Poole always seems to step his game up when females get involved, and they responded accordingly this time around.
The reactions poured in:
— KU (@1KU___) December 30, 2022
Lol they say Poole be hooping like it ain’t nun but baddies sitting court-side watching him play , that’s legit how he hoops though https://t.co/arHCE7P6yj
— Big Bucks, No Whammies (@Agent_Sixx6) December 30, 2022
I thought it would stop at the finals https://t.co/zkx03PJTTE
— Caleb Ghebrehiwot (@CGhebrehiwot) December 30, 2022
bro has peak lightskin baller rizz https://t.co/cL7Ajc8HWf
— micuw (@kvrnia) December 30, 2022
he’s never beating the baddies allegations https://t.co/DP21N8spc6
— Roronoa Zoro (@notzino1) December 30, 2022
Stop the count https://t.co/leQOrica3f
— P. | JP is my boi (@rudypankowIs) December 30, 2022
The Warriors ended up beating Charlotte 110-105 and Poole went off for 24 points on the night.
If it feels like Poole often finds himself at the center of these types of situations, it’s because he does. Just a few days ago he got another woman out of her seat with his antics. And then of course there was that time he went off after seeing two blondes sitting courtside.
The photos speak for themselves. https://t.co/69D1YRHqTO
— Game 7 (@game7__) December 30, 2022
The Warriors gave Poole $123 million this past summer on the strength of his game. But it is undeniable that his game seems to level up whenever there is an attractive women in the stands.
Will Golden State start planting eye candy for Poole courtside so that he goes off with increasing regularity as the playoffs approach? It certainly wouldn’t be the worst idea.