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D'Angelo Russell got ignored again, so he high fived himself

There’s two types of people in this world — those who have tried a high five that awkwardly wasn’t reciprocated, and dirty liars. But D’Angelo Russell might even be a third type, whose embraces his high fives that don’t go as planned even more than the successful ones. See here. .@Dloading stays high fiving himself — Mutiple Sources (@ericdyee) October 10, 2016 That’s a textbook, grade-A recover right there.
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