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Professional sporting events can be pretty long, and often take place right during peak dinner hours, and while that does not pose much trouble for fans, what are players to do if they find themselves wanting to snack?

By Extra Mustard
October 13, 2015

Professional sporting events can be pretty long, and often take place right during peak dinner hours, and while this does not pose much trouble for fans with access to concessions, what are players to do if they find themselves wanting to snack?

J.R. Smith faced this problem during the Cavaliers preseason game on Monday night, and solved it by reaching into the stands to buy some cotton candy.

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How did Smith pay for this cotton candy though? Does he bring his wallet onto the court during games? He was sitting out on Monday with a sore hamstring, but still had warmups on. Do those things even have pockets?

Regardless of how Smith pulled off the move, the Cavs seem to be having a blast this preseason, with LeBron James taking a selfie with some fans mid-game earlier this month.

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