It turns out a seven-footer who pretends to be a prospect at the NBA Draft can do just about anything he wants in one night.
By Robby Sabo
Meet Connor Toole. He’s a writer, not anything close to an athletic big-man awaiting to hear his professional basketball fate at the NBA Draft.
Yet, it turns out this Elite Daily blogger could do just about anything he wanted to on draft night.
By simply being close to seven-feet tall, wearing a suit and acting like he belongs with these cameras surrounding him, Connor enjoys one wild night out in Brooklyn just outside the Barclay’s Center.
The team that faked drafted him was the Utah Jazz. OK, so big white guy being drafted by the team in Utah does add some legitimacy to the story, but how does anybody believe it when he’s a tall white American?
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