Being your brother's carrier

Mrs. Tyler Thompsonover 8 years


Kyle Wiltjer and Julius Mays bravely faced the media after the Cats' loss and Nerlens' injury. When asked about the team helping Nerlens off the court, Mays said it was second nature: "We are all brothers. Win, lose or draw, we always got each other's back. We saw him (Noel) down, and just helped him off." Mays said that the team hasn't been given any information about the injury but that their thoughts and prayers are with him: "We’re not thinking about playing without Nerlens right now. We’re just hoping for the best." Cal echoed that thought, telling a reporter who asked about the possibility of playing without Nerlens, "I'm not going to think about that right now. I'm thinking about the kid." Us too.

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