If we've learned one thing about Floyd Mayweather's gambling tendencies, it's that he works in mysterious ways.
The world champion boxer has put down money on some questionable lines in the past, but somehow he always seems to come out on top.
And it appears that "Money" Mayweather stayed true to his nickname and took home some more dough after Golden State's last-second win in Miami.
Mayweather was at Wednesday's game, and he must have been pretty pleased with the result, which was a 97-95 win for the Warriors as rookie Draymond Green scored on a layup with 0.9 seconds left.
In a post-game interview, Warriors guard Jarrett Jack said Mayweather revealed to him that he won $100,000 thanks to Golden State's victory.
"Floyd Mayweather put a little bug in my ear, told me he put a little bet in on us," Jack told Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. "Floyd is no stranger to the casino. He told me he won $100,000 on us."
If that is true, Mayweather deserves some serious props for calling the upset, although it is not clear whether he bet against the spread or straight up on the moneyline. It's normally not advisable to bet against the defending NBA champion, especially when that team has lost just one home game all year, but kudos to Mayweather for his excellent prognostication.
Even Jack was stunned to hear the news.
"I couldn't believe it," Jack said. "It was crazy."
(H/T to Off the Bench)
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