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Pelicans Draft Pick Dyson Daniels’ Mom Brikitta Kool-Daniels Goes Viral at 2022 NBA Draft

NBA fans are going wild over Australian prospect Dyson Daniels’ mom Brikitta Kool-Daniels at the 2022 NBA Draft. The woman looked hot on the stage and now she’s turning heads on Twitter. Some even want to shoot their shot and see how it goes.

TPS got more;

Dyson Daniels was selected by the New Orleans Pelicans at No. 8 in the 2022 NBA draft.

It was supposed to be all about the Australian on this night, but someone else in his family took the spotlight. This year it was Australian prospect Dyson Daniels’ mom who caught social media’s attention.

Daniels had spent the past season honing his skills with the NBA G-League Ignite. He said he can’t wait to get to work to help the Pelicans improve on their playoff run from this past season.

“That’s huge, they made a really big step last year making the playoffs and did well,” he said.

“Joining this team, I can help them do better in the playoffs. I’m a winner, I hate losing so I’ll do whatever they need and I can definitely step into some roles and contribute straight away.

“I am just so happy … to be a Pelican, there’s no better place. I can’t wait to get to work. This is crazy.”

Things are looking up for the Pelicans who had a great draft.

NBA executives have noted that the draft has started to resemble free agency. Players and agents dictate where they want to go. Players don’t have to work out for teams, nor are they required to provide medical information. New Orleans tried to host Sharpe for a workout last week, but Sharpe canceled it. Daniels worked out for New Orleans and would have done so again if the team felt it was necessary.

“He wanted to make two visits,” Langdon said. “But we didn’t need him to make two visits. I’ll put it that way.”

In the second round, the Pelicans took Ohio State’s E.J. Liddell with the 41st pick. Langdon said the Pelicans were shocked he was available. The Pelicans had a first-round grade on Liddell, a 6-foot-7, 240-pound forward who averaged 19.4 points and 2.6 blocks as a junior at Ohio State.

“From a defensive versatility standpoint — 2.6 blocks per game at his size is amazing,” Langdon said. “Physical player. Switches out. And he’s a high-level competitor and a high-level young man.”

Flip to the next page for Twitter reactions and photos of Dyson Daniels and her mom…

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