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Pacers' Buddy Hield seemingly tells Sacramento to 'suck my d***' despite five seasons with Kings

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Pacers' Buddy Hield seemingly tells Sacramento to 'suck my d***' despite five seasons with Kings

‘Suck my d***’: Indiana Pacers guard Buddy Hield doesn’t look good in Sacramento despite five seasons with Kings franchise as badmouthing gets on the microphone

The Indiana Pacers guard was apparently caught buzzing in a shootaround before the Midwest franchise’s impressive 117-112 win over Boston.

Even his apparently lewd comments were not directed at the Celtics, but rather his former team, the Sacramento Kings.

While teammate Aaron Nesmith was conducting interviews with the media, Hield shot in the background and could be heard talking to another inside TD Garden.

Then, he apparently said: ‘Yo Sacramento, suck my p***.’

Buddy Hield (R) was caught on camera making a lewd comment during Thursday's shootaround

Buddy Hield (R) was caught on camera making a lewd comment during Thursday’s shootaround

WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE

Hield spent five and a half seasons with the Kings before he was traded to Indiana along with Tristan Thompson and Tyrese Haliburton in exchange for Domantas Sabonis, Justin Holiday and Jeremy Lamb on February 8.

There doesn’t seem to be any additional context at this point or any specific details to understand if Hield is joking or otherwise.

The 30-year-old played at least 30 minutes in the win over the C’s, scoring eight points, grabbing five rebounds and grabbing five rebounds.

Indiana Pacers forward Buddy Hield scores eight points as Pacers beat Boston 117-112

Indiana Pacers forward Buddy Hield scores eight points as Pacers beat Boston 117-112

Indiana’s road victory moved them to 16-16. Currently, they occupy ninth place in the Eastern Conference standings.

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It snapped a two-game losing streak following narrow losses to the in-form New York Knicks and Cleveland Cavaliers.

In his second season with the Pacers, Hield averaged 17.4 points, 2.7 assists and 4.7 rebounds.

In his second season with the Pacers, Hield averaged 17.4 points, 2.7 assists and 4.7 rebounds.

In his second season with the Pacers, Hield averaged 17.4 points, 2.7 assists and 4.7 rebounds.