I guess this isn't a huge story, but it just creeps me the fuck out:
Wolves coach Dwane Casey said the club was aware that rookie Randy Foye has a rare condition called situs inversus, which means the guard's major internal organs are on the opposite side from their normal body positions… "They're working properly, functioning properly," Casey said. "They're just flip-flopped."
Gross, right? I mean, it's not like it matters if your right and left lungs/kidneys/balls are switched up, but what about the liver? And I guess his heart is canted to the right? Does he put his left hand on the right side of his chest during the national anthem? That's just fucked up, man.
As of right now, you cannot convince me that Randy Foye isn't somebody's evil twin. He has to be. It's science.