During Thursday's Hornets-Heat match, Hassan Whiteside was called for goaltending on Frank Kaminsky's shot. In slow-motion replay, it was pretty clean. You can even hear the announcers criticizing that call.
In a postgame interview, Whiteside, who was still upset about the call, dropped a turn of phrase to illustrate just how clean that block was:
Hassan Whiteside on the goaltend call late: "That block was cleaner than my grandma's floor. Unbelievable."— Jason Lieser (@JasonLieser) March 18, 2016
Did you make up that phrase yourself or is it borrowed? "I made up every phrase. Every one you hear is from me. Well, 90% of them."— Jason Lieser (@JasonLieser) March 18, 2016
That's ... that's a really good line, to be honest. He was also reportedly upset about the times he was fouled during the game, especially on his alley-oop dunk:
He had trouble shooting a free throw after Courtney Lee's hit, per PalmBeachPost.com:
"I wish I would’ve made that free throw, but I seen three rims," he said. "I tried to hit it in the middle. I seen three baskets after he hit my face. I tried to hit the middle one. It didn’t work, though."
The game ended in a 109-106 win for Charlotte.