Maybe he was daydreaming? Maybe he was thinking about the next play? One thing is for sure, for a split second, Eric Bledsoe forgot he was in the middle of a basketball game.
While in Los Angeles taking on the Clippers, Milwaukee Bucks’ Eric Bledsoe had a momentary lapse in judgment when he inbounded the ball… to himself.
In the fourth quarter, the referee handed him the ball to inbound the ball, but instead of passing the ball in to a teammate, he simply dribbled the ball up court.
You can't do that Bledsoe 💀 pic.twitter.com/fKwrFkCiGA
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 7, 2019
Unless you’re on the playground, that is not allowed. However, the turnover wouldn’t amount to much as the Bucks still held on to defeat the Clippers 129-124.