Video: Byron Mullens leaves Steve Adams hanging on postgame handshake

The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night, 105-91. Afterwards, Clippers center Byron Mullens wasn’t feeling very congratulatory.

When approached by Thunder rookie, and fellow seven-footer, Steve Adams, Mullens declined to shake hands. Left hanging, and not wanting to look awkward, Adams game himself a friendly handshake.

It looks like Adams has been watching tape of Andrew Bogut. Earlier in his career, when left hanging, Bogut gave him self some air high-fives. The NBA: where awkward handshakes happen.

[Air handshake to Beyond the Buzzer for the video]