A Coyote Dressed as Batman Captures a Live Bat During NBA Game
The AT&T Center in San Antonio has historically been a popular destination spot for local bats in the area.
These dreadful winged creatures have interrupted countless Spurs games over the years, but have been particularly busy this past week.
First, the Brooklyn Nets were introduced to the colony on Thursday during a 117-114 Spurs win.
The harbingers of evil returned to the court, but a different type of creature decided to take a stand.
Yep, that's him assuming an attack readiness position.
Indeed, the Spurs mascot must've sensed there would be trouble on this fateful Saturday night, as he showed up in his vigilante power suit.
best moment of the NBA season right here— Rob Perez (@WorldWideWob) February 3, 2019
The bats return to the AT&T Center.
Rudy Gay bails.
LaMarcus chucks the ball at it.
Bench throws towels.
BAW GAWD HERE COMES THE SPURS COYOTE DRESSED AS BATMAN WITH A NET
AND HE GOT IT!!! pic.twitter.com/ediKLkYheO
That fine net work by Coyote called to mind Manu Ginóbili's brave act from Halloween 2009.
Of course, Manu don't need no stinking net.
The lesson here is simple, though.
Please stay out of Bat Country.