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Bill Walton talks about how bad deflated balls really are in life (Video)


Everyone over the course of the past few days has an opinion on the Deflate-gate controversy that has surrounded the New England Patriots. However, there are some people that you just need to hear from, and one of those people is ESPN basketball commentator Bill Walton, who always brings the subtle heat with his takes.

Well, he did exactly that on Thursday night.

Thursday evening Walton was commentating the contest between the Arizona Wildcats and Stanford Cardinal, when he made it a point to go out of his way to share his thoughts on just how bad deflated balls really are.

For those that may have missed it, Walton stated, "There's very little more disconcerting in life than deflated balls."

You know what, Bill, lots of people could not have said it any better themselves. Of all the takes –and there has been A LOT of them this week– that we've heard so far, this one probably puts it all into great perspective.

Leave it up to Bill Walton to make this happen.

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