Just whenever you assume we’ve seen all of it in sports activities, the Loyola Chicago-Duquesne school basketball matchup on Wednesday night time reminded us why that’s by no means going to be the case.
With 16:30 left within the second half of the matchup, Loyola-Chicago had the ball down close to the appropriate baseline when an Uber Eats supply man waltzed onto the courtroom in search of somebody to say the McDonald’s he was holding.
An official timeout was whistled because the supply man was ushered off the courtroom, and the sport announcers couldn’t consider their eyes.
“Somebody got here on the ground on the far aspect. Looking for an Uber Eats supply or one thing there? He’s carrying some McDonald’s. I’m truly not kidding,” the play-by-play announcer stated.
“This needs to be one of many all-time greats,” the colour commentator added.
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Once the play-by-play announcer noticed the Uber Eats brand on the bag, his suspicion was confirmed.
“I believe that’s what’s taking place!” he shouted.
When the broadcasters noticed the video replay, they remained shocked at what had transpired.
“This man’s within the nook. Was he going to ship the McDonald’s to somebody on the courtroom? Can we rule that out?” the colour commentator stated laughing.
“Maybe I’ll put my hand up. I’m getting a little bit hungry. Bring it over right here.”
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And maybe the funniest a part of this incident: The supply man was nonetheless looking for his recipient of the quick meals, as he was seen strolling across the enviornment with the bag and drink in his hand.
“He’s nonetheless trying!” the colour commentator stated when cameras confirmed him talking with a spectator whereas strolling a concourse.
The one factor we are able to say about this supply man is that he actually will go above and past to get you your meals – even when it’s stopping a basketball sport in its tracks by strolling on the courtroom.