“I lost the ball for about three seconds,” Johnson said postgame. “Luckily it popped back into my vision. That’s part of it. You know, you can’t make excuses. That’s part of the elements. You see different elements throughout the year. I’m grateful I came down with it. It felt good.”
Sports in general would be better if we, as the public, would let players do their talking on the field of play.
Unless, of course, what they have to say dovetails with a pertinent political issue the country is grappling with. Then, by all means, let’s hear their fire hot takes.