Atlanta Hawks celebrity point player Trae Young showed up on previous Los Angeles Clipper JJ Redick’s podcast, The Old Man as well as the Three, on Friday, where both sharpshooters adhered over their shared experiences with aggressive groups at away video games. Redick, that ended up being an epic number of Duke basketball, as well as Young, that played a one-and-done period with the Oklahoma Sooners in 2018, shared their tales of integrated incantations of “f*** you” from opposing followers at video games.

“I got comfortable playing that role as a villain,” Redick claimed. “As a 19-year-old, it really f**ked with me. It really f**ked with me. I’d heard chants in high school, but it’s not the same thing when you’re doing a nationally televised game and everybody is like, ‘Oh, I f**king hate you.’”

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Young had comparable experiences betting the Sooners in opponent region. “We played at Texas Tech. I was born in Lubbock, so my dad played there,” Young remembered.

“I’m going home, I’m thinking it’s gonna be crazy, it’s gonna be nice. Midway through the first half, you get one side of the whole arena is yelling, ‘F you,’ and the whole other side is yelling, ‘Trae Young.’ It’s like, did they set this up in harmony?”

Responding to Trae’s experience, Redick shared a tale of his very own from 2005, throughout his fresher period at an away video game. Hokies followers stormed the court, some reaching to ridicule Redick’s household as well as avoid them from leaving the sector. Redick’s daddy entered a “public dispute” with Virginia Tech’s sports supervisor.

Young as well as Redick both claimed that the experience, while bothering, assisted prepare them for their professions in the NBA. “There’s nothing you can say that I have not heard at this point,” Young claimed. “That’s how I feel. I’ve heard it all before.”