We recently caught up with Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried at the Harman flagship store in NYC, where he was helping celebrate the NBA's new partnership with JBL headphones. The "Manimal" talked us through his experience on the gold-winning Team USA at the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup, including how he felt about the New Zealand team's pre-game Haka dance.

Faried dished on the passionate fans of other countries, including Finland's committed crowd that kept on cheering even when their team was down 60 to the USA. He also expressed some #realtalk about how fucked up his Twitter mentions got when Paul George injured his leg. Here's a hint to fans everywhere: don't come in an athlete's mentions and tell him that it should have been him that got hurt. 

For more from Faried, check out our interview above.