Do not pour water on Dario Saric.
The Sixers' rookie does not like it.
Even if you are friends with him.
During a postgame interview with CSN's Molly Sullivan, Saric was interrupted by Sixers point guard T.J. McConnell, who playfully dumped a cup of water onto Saric's head.
That prank did not go over well with the Croatian, who dropped some expletives on live TV and yelled at McConnell before finishing the interview.
Saric took to Instagram after the game to apologize to the fans and McConnell, spawning the wonderful hashtag "TrustTheFriendship."
Saric had 18 points and five rebounds off the bench in the Sixers' 105-95 win over the Nets.
To see the interaction, watch the video above.
Carson Wentz has had a whilrwind few days in Philadelphia as the city hosts the 2017 NFL draft.
He took some time between posing for selfies with Eagles fans and messing with Dallas Cowboys fans and hitting trick shots on live TV to talk about his busy week with CSNPhilly's Danny Pommells.
Obviously that pesky Cowboys' fan was a topic of interest.
"He was coming up and was getting booed. I was like, 'I can't take this picture.' So I nicely took his hat off and set it down and took the picture. He was cool with it. It was all in fun," Wentz said.
Carson also spoke about the record-setting Philly crowd and impressive atmosphere on Day 1 of the draft.
"It was crazy. I didn't know what to expect being at the Draft Experience. The fans just kind of all circulated, it was nuts. That's Eagles fans. So much passion."
As for the Birds' first round pick Derek Barnett? Wentz had to look him up just like many Eagles fans.
"I watched some film of him. He's a dynamic player. He can really turn that corner and bend around that corner. I'm happy he's on our team I'll tell you that."
"I've heard he's a hard-working kid so that will serve him well," Wentz said.
The NFL Draft Experience continues on Friday and Saturday and is free for all fans.
Carson Wentz doesn't even have to be playing football for Philly to love him.
He stole the show on day one of the NFL Draft Experience simply by showing up on a golf cart and messing with a Cowboys fan.
This morning he made appearance on the NFL Network's Good Morning Football and brought back his infamous GARBShotz persona.
And as the name says, Carson can't miss.