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Mavs Forwards Reggie Bullock And Dorian Finney Smith Nicknamed Themselves “The Bang Bros” During Mavs’ Exit Interview [Watch]

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The Dallas Mavericks conducted their exit interviews after being eliminated by the Golden State Warriors. The Mavericks were gentlemen swept by the Warriors, a team, Mavericks guard Spencer Dinwiddie called one of the most historic teams of all time.

“They are one of the most historic teams of All-Time. Their Nucleus is still intact [&] Jordan Poole has been playing amazing. So, we will have our work cut out for us.”

However, one of the craziest moments of the day came when Dorian Finney Smith & Reggie Bullock were about to take part in their exit interviews. Before reporters could start asking questions, Smith could be heard telling the media their new nickname, “The Bang Bros.”

“I thought it was going to move a little faster, you know, Bang Bros… The Bang Bros,” said Smith.

Of course, it didn’t take long for the video to start circulating the internet, and of course, the public acted accordingly.

A user named Michele Aerin, a part-time actress, tweeted, ‘What’s next… A collab with Mia Khalifa.


A familiar pornstar turned Tik Tok star. Another user name of Bay Area Mavs fan tweeted, “I need a Reggie & Doe-Doe bang bros shirt ASAP.”

Finally, Bally Sports Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson tweeted, “collaboration with Bang Bros in the near future for Reggie Bullock & Dorian Finney Smith apparently.”

The Dallas Mavericks are gearing up for the NBA Draft on June 23, as they have the 26th pick. Hopefully, they can draft someone that can rebound and protect the rim, as Mavericks President Of Basketball Operations & GM Nico Harrison shared in his exit interview as a focus and a need moving forward.

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Written by Landon Buford

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