Lindsay Brauner (LB): Hey, it's Lindsay Brauner. Look who I found back in the wings of the Final Four. Cam, what's up?
Cameron Jordan (CJ): [Turns hat back to put on his Cam-istotle thinking cap] Nothing, just witnessed a game go awry.
LB: What happened there? Why'd it go awry?
CJ: We didn't the calls that we needed. I think we had a solid game plan going in. Girls were moving the ball really well, didn't drop a couple of shots that needed to happen.
LB: Who do you think was playing the best on Louisville's team that really sunk us the most?
CJ: [readjusts the thinking cap to fire up the neurons] Number four [Antonita Slaughter], she drained a lot of crucial threes. Really counteracted what we were doing with all our speed. They clearly had a solid game plan.
LB: How did you think the Cal girls did in the first half compared to the second half? Was there a big change of pace? What do you think happened?
CJ: I think the refs went back to the background and decided to change their game plan up and didn't like the Cal girls going to the finals, so we got a couple of hacks in. Louisville got a couple of calls that definitely were missed. Like I'd say a good solid ten. You know the basic fundamentals. Traveling, double dribbles, such and such, but whatever.
LB: Elbowing in the face?
CJ: Right, I mean there were clearly some horrible calls that were missed. And a lot of horrible calls that were made. That's the game of football, or a game of basketball...
LB: It looked like football sometimes though! Freudian slip, right?
CJ: [turns cap back to allow for meditation during interview] Right, for sure. I mean, the girls were legitimate. Louisville was definitely playing super aggressive and they should've been cuffed by the refs on a couple plays but they clearly weren't.
LB: Clearly. Well thanks Cam. What are you about to do tonight?
CJ: Go to sleep.
LB: Go to sleep?
CJ: I've got workouts tomorrow.
LB: I thought you were going to Bourbon Street.
CJ: No no, I told you "Go to Bourbon Street". I'm going to sleep. I'm gonna let you party. I've got work tomorrow.
LB: I don't party. I have work tomorrow.
CJ: Hm. You've been drinking a couple of drinks?
CJ: [leans towards LB at a 45 degree angle] Your cheeks look a little red. You a little flushed?
LB: [leans away from CJ at a 45 degree angle] They're not. You just make fun of me for being white and so you think my skin is red.
CJ: You had a couple of drinks?
CJ: A daiquiri?
LB: You seem like you have.
CJ: Not at all. I've been completely sober.
CJ: I've had some water.
LB: I've had some water too. Check my bag, it's full of about seven water bottles.
CJ: [stares directly toward the center of the Earth] Oh is that Stoli vodka? Oh god.
LB: [notices Cam's pockets] Oh, oh my goodness! You can't see, but he has a flask in his pocket. And a few in his backpack too.
CJ: [shakes head all the way] It's just a wallet. It's rather large.
LB: There are like eight flasks. He has big pockets. He's a big guy.
CJ: I do have big pockets. They hold a lot.
LB: A lot of flasks.
CJ: Bands will make her dance.
LB: Flasks. No bands. There are no bands in there.
CJ: Oh there's bands.
LB: No, there's not.
CJ: There's bands.
LB: Actually, knowing you, there probably are.
CJ: Exactly. There's Cal Band over there and there's Louisville Band, so there's clearly a lot of bands to our back.
LB: That was funny.
CJ: Thank you.
LB: You're welcome. Thanks Cam.
CJ: For sure.
LB: See you soon.
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