They also discussed some things that no one would ever possibly want to hear about, including his infamous red hair, Chris Kaman's back hair, and in-game flatulence.
On a scale of one to 10, where one is a newborn baby and 10 is a werewolf, where is Kaman?
If there's no upkeep, no manscaping or anything like that, he’s maybe an eight-and-a-half. He's not on the Clippers anymore, but I had to guard him in practice. And I had to change next to him in the locker room. Obviously, everybody's walking around with their shirts off, so it was tough to concentrate at times. But I managed.
Do you ever have stomach problems during a game?
There have been several games where I just had the worst gas. This game against the Knicks my rookie year, one of my teammates was shooting a free throw and I couldn't help myself. A guy on the Knicks went, "Oh my gosh," and covered his nose. The guy next to me said the same thing, so I had to act like it wasn't me. Like, "Oh man, who was that?" I’m sorry, but I did what I had to do. The past is the past.
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