Josh Hart is one of the NBA’s most popular role players. Between stints with the Los Angeles Lakers, New Orleans Pelicans and New York Knicks he consistently found a way to not only be impactful on the court, but off it as well.
This week proved to be no exception.
During a recent outing between Hart’s Knicks and the Cleveland Cavaliers, cameras panned over to him at something of an unfortunate time.
The visual largely speaks for itself:
Josh Hart 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/VaJQJUi9ti
— NBACentral (@TheDunkCentral) November 2, 2023
Understandably, given both what Hart was doing and his reaction when he realized the camera was on him, folks at home had some questions.
Fans immediately took to social media to respond:
Dwight Howard calling him rn
— Lacook (@CookedbyLamar) November 2, 2023
what the hell???? pic.twitter.com/ibGXKTZL9m
— 𐌕𐌄𐌄🤞🏻 (@HimmyCarter_) November 2, 2023
Josh Hart pic.twitter.com/574OzgeAhi
— Derick D (@jeazous) November 2, 2023
We know what he be doin pic.twitter.com/8PpkYx0UAc
— Austin (@itzcumber) November 2, 2023
He’s the friend you don’t bring anywhere but bring everywhere 😂😂😭
— KingMillsTV (@King_MillsTV) November 2, 2023
Most normal Josh Hart moment
— RJ Barrett Fanatic (@PlayoffBoundNYK) November 2, 2023
Not long after, Hart must have realized that he was going viral. In response, he too ran to his own social media accounts to address the situation.
Leave me alone. I can’t explain myself without getting in trouble 😂
— Josh Hart (@joshhart) November 2, 2023
Make of that what you will.
This isn’t the first time Hart has gone viral for something peculiar. Who could forget his big booty brouhaha from not long ago?
Bucks Star Has An Accident During Loss To Raptors (Photos): https://t.co/s4z9cKcjcN
— Game 7 (@game7__) November 2, 2023
The man is just a fun personality, through and through.
Will Hart ever truly elaborate on what he was doing during the Knicks-Cavs game, though? Time will tell. But at the moment it doesn’t look like it.
A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.