Getting dunked on ain't cool.

Allowing points to the opposition is the least of your problems if you do find yourself staring up at a soaring athlete. Your mentions will be filled with people asking about BOFA, Vines of you being violently shamed on the court will amass millions of loops and, overall, your pride is just shot.

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For those reasons, players wi

ll opt to just say "nah" when they see the moment is about to happen. They'll either just let it go and allow the player have his fun or give the player a hard foul to avoid full humiliation.

Not Andrew Bogut.

The Warriors big man is understanding of the fact he may end up getting stankfaced by DeAndre Jordan.

In Game 2 of the NBA Finals against the Cavs he stood tall and recorded five blocks. He was there for his team in big moments, which is something that can't be said for other players. When Bogut was asked about others' block attempts, he said they're too scared.

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Of course, if you can stop the posterization from happening, you might end up in a Vine that favors you. But to some, it's not worth the risk.