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A History of Reporters Asking Athletes & Celebs Dumb Questions – Video There is SUCH thing as a stupid question.

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A History of Reporters Asking Athletes & Celebs Dumb Questions - Video

There is no such thing as a stupid question.

The 2017 NBA post-game press conferences have been just as entertaining as the games, if not better. From Russell Westbrook snapping on Berry Tramel (again) to Chris Paul responding to one of the worst questions of all time, there have been some sassy, hilarious responses to reporters’ head-scratching questions.

Today, we take a look back at some of the dumbest questions asked by reporters to celebrities and athletes.

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