Jan 18, 2014; Madison, WI, USA; Michigan Wolverines guard Nik Stauskas looks to pass as Wisconsin Badgers guard Josh Gasser (left) defends at the Kohl Center. Michigan defeated Wisconsin 77-70. Mandatory Credit: Mary Langenfeld-USA TODAY Sports

Michigan guard Nik Stauskas apologizes for dad

Man, dads are the best. For real. Without them we wouldn’t even exist. Well, unless you were genetically constructed in a lab somewhere near the town of Taylor, Pennsylvania — then you were not only coded to be a certain way, but you also like the fact that you scare other people because you are all monsters.

As for Michigan Wolverines guard, Nik Stauskas, he might love his dad and all, but he does wish he would shut his gullet.

After his father did a little gibber-jabbering about his son entering the NBA Draft after the season Stauskas apologized for his dad’s remarks.

First thing is first. There was no need for Nik Stauskas to say he was sorry. He did nothing wrong, curbstomped any streetwalkers or even ate a hamburger that didn’t belong to him. It was his father who spoke out of turn. But because everyone needs an explanation for everything the guard did so anyway.

The best part of the apology, though, is when Stauskas says that his father is a dope in a kinda/sorta/but not really roundabout way. What he did apparently tell the Detroit Free Press was “”I apologize for my father’s comments, he doesn’t know what he’s talking about.”

You know what Nik? Neither does my father.

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