Hilarious Outlaw and Roy exchange
Travis Outlaw being interviewed by a Oregonian reporter about his clutchness, and Roy starts heckling him. Outlaw and him playfully argue about who is more clutch. I like when Roy explains how he always wins when Outlaw hits the game winner.
Freeman: Seemed like the same play as last year here?
Outlaw: It was kind of the same. We couldn't get it in (to Brandon), so I had to come to the ball.
Brandon: Man, I was open.
Outlaw: You was not open. You was not open. I just came to the ball and was trying to get something (going) and I
heard the whistle so I just threw it up.
Freeman: What's up with you and Memphis?
Outlaw: I hit big shots all the time. Hold on. Hold on. Let's be (real). I'm way more clutch than Brandon.
Freeman: Here we go. Here we go.
Brandon: Yeah, here we go. Here we go. You see his free throw?
Outlaw: I'm just saying, between me and B. Roy, I've hit more game winners.
Trav pauses, looks over to Roy.
Brandon: I'm not gonna argue. Between me and Trav, we've both won those games.
Outlaw: Why you still talking? Can I have my moment?
That's when I came in, and Roy started mock coughing, mixing in the words "free throws" (Travis was less than stellar from the line in Memphis).
"I've never seen Trav win a game that I didn't win,'' Roy said.
"Why you still talkin?" Outlaw says, incredulously.
"I'm talking to Quick. We are doing an interview,'' Roy says.
"I never seen Trav win a game I didn't win,'' Roy said.
I'm a little confused and ask Roy to explain.
"If he makes a game winner, that means our team wins, so I win, too,'' Roy said.
Back in San Antonio, Outlaw wants to know who got more press after that game, him or Roy. He wanted to know more about what Roy said.
"He's just like Nate,'' Outlaw said. "He likes to hear himself talk.''
By now, athletic trainer Jay Jensen has heard enough.
"Man, those two are like an old married couple,'' Jensen says, with a touch of irritation. "They have been comparing pinkys.''
Both Outlaw and Roy have sprained right pinkys and wear similar bandages around them.
"Back and forth between them ... 'Who's is worse? The doctor said mine is worse.'
'No. The doctor said mine is worse.' It's ridiculous,'' Jensen said.