– [Television Announcer] At
mid-court, extra pass (horn) – Oh, no. – Missed it. – They were my final four. Damn it. – Alright, I’m gonna get some snacks. – Alright. (television plays) Hey, Joel, there’s a guy at your door. – Yeah, that’s my buddy Pete. Let him in. – Whaddup, you butt munch?
(Imitates horn sounds) Let’s make some money. Door’s locked. (rap music) – Alright. Alright,
alright, alright, alright. I’ll get you the money. Bye. Wife. You gotta bracket? – Yeah, it’s- – I got five. I’m riding five large. – Five thousand dollars? – Yeah. My wife has no idea. (sighs) The kids don’t have to go to summer camp in [BLEEP]ing Maine, right? Huh? (laughs) – I guess. – Look, this hoops thing is a
lock. It’s pretty much science – Is it? – Yeah. Seven always beats
ten. Six always beats 11. Five- – Always beats 12? – No. 12 always beats five. Look, my point is, I’m
going to clean up, okay? – So you’ve won this before? – I’m due for a win. I’m due for a win. – Right. – Okay, give me a thousand bucks. – I don’t have a thousand- – Come on. You’ll double your money. – I don’t think so. – What do you do? – I’m an elementary school teacher. – Ask me what I do. – Okay, well, what do you do? – This, everyday. I’m a winner, okay? (laughs) I buy, I sell, invest. I bet. I’m my own boss, man. – Wow. That pays the bills? – You gotta spend money to make money. – So, probably not. (inhales) – Those are nice shoes. – Oh. Thanks. (shuffles) – I bet you a hundred dollars,
straight up, you’re 10 1/2. – Hey, Joel? How are those snacks coming? (rap music)