Devin Booker is truly unstoppable on the court, and now he is showing he is just as unstoppable off of it as well.
After leading the Phoenix Suns to a series sweep against the Denver Nuggets — Booker took to Twitter in search for the ‘Suns in 4’ fan who went viral for beating up a Denver Nuggets bully who poured beer on his head.
“Booker, the Phoenix Suns’ All-Star guard, tweeted Monday that he wanted to know the identity of the Suns fan who was recorded punching a Denver Nuggets fan several times in the closing minutes of the Suns’ Game 3 win in Denver on Friday — and then declaring “Suns in 4!” as the Denver supporter and his friend retreated.
It didn’t take long for Booker’s representatives at CAA to find Nick McKellar, a lifelong Suns fan who now lives in Denver. Booker and the Suns are going to send McKellar a signed Booker jersey and provide him tickets to a conference finals game, both Booker’s reps at CAA and McKellar told ESPN.”
On top of that, he is also receiving his own action figure.
Former NBA player-turned-analyst Richard Jefferson reacted to the news of the fan receiving tickets and thinks it will set a bad example. Booker saw the comment and he response showed he couldn’t careless.