The Pistons Mascot Scared Joakim Noah (Into Recording Another Triple-Double)

Thursday March 6th, 2014

Last night, Hooper, the official mascot of the Detroit Pistons, decided to hide out in the hallway leading to the locker rooms at the Palace of Auburn Hills so that he could scare Chicago Bulls forward Joakim Noah. Mission accomplished, sort of. Noah was clearly spooked, but not enough to prevent the forward from recording his second triple-double in three games en route to a Bulls blowout victory.

If you enjoyed these shenanigans, you'll definitely get a kick out of the stunt that the Rockets mascot pulled earlier this season:

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H/T @beyondthebuzzer
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