Fox Sports Thinks Saskatchewan Is Where Sasquatches Live
Oh boy.

A Fox Sports broadcaster thinks Saskatchewan is where all the sasquatches live.

The comments were made during a NBA game between the Utah Jazz and the Dallas Mavericks. Trey Lyles, who plays for the Jazz, is the first-ever NBA player from Saskatchewan, according to CBC.

“Of course, that region is known for being home to lots of sasquatches,” says one announcer.

“Saskatchewan?” asks his co-worker.

The mythical Bigfoot-type creature might have a tough time hiding in Saskatchewan, a province known for its flat, grassy plains.

But who knows? Maybe they’re not too far off the mark.

“Really? Now the secret’s out,” Regina Mayor Michael Fougere joked, in an interview with TSN.

Fougere said he’s from the U.S., so he can say with some authority that “Americans don’t see much beyond their border.”

Watch the broadcasters’ hilarious exchange above.


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