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Bill Walton proudly claims, 'I have been milked' during game

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BILL, WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? DOES IT MEAN WHAT WE THINK IT MEANS?

When I first saw people tweeting that Bill Walton said the phrase "I have been milked" during tonight's UCLA-USC broadcast, I didn't think much of it. Maybe he misspoke or something. Maybe he was being metaphorical.

But that was not the case. Walton just firmly, excitedly said in an on-air discussion of cows that he has milked cows before, AND THAT HE HAS BEEN MILKED.

YOU CAN'T MILK MALE HUMANS. IT IS NOT PHYSICALLY POSSIBLE. UNLESS YOU ARE REFERRING TO A THING THAT IS NOT EXACTLY MILK, AND WE REALLY HOPE BILL WALTON IS NOT TALKING ABOUT THAT ON TV, BUT HONESTLY WE WOULDN'T PUT IT PAST HIM.

Our best estimate of what this looked like:

Previously in OMG BILL WALTON, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?: The time Walton spent three whole minutes of game-time talking about Bob Dylan, the time Walton kept calling a player "Snoop Dogg," the time Walton talked about America's drug policies for an extended period of time, and the time Walton wore these super-tight pants. By the way, those are ALL FROM THE PAST MONTH.

Never change, Bill. Never, ever, ever change.

(Shout-out to our good friend Yatthew for the heads-up.)