Tyrese Haliburton’s Voice Weirdly Changed Mid-Sentence In His Post-Game Interview


In the aftermath of Game 2 between the Indiana Pacers and the Milwaukee Bucks, a peculiar phenomenon caught the attention of fans and media alike. Tyrese Haliburton, the Pacers’ star guard, exhibited a sudden and noticeable change in his voice during a post-game press conference, sparking a mix of awe, humor, and disbelief among the NBA community.

The Pacers had just evened the series with a convincing 125-108 victory over the Bucks, and Haliburton was addressing the media about the team’s performance and expectations as the series moved to Indianapolis for Games 3 and 4.

“We expect a great crowd. A lot of people are excited about what’s to come in the series,” he began. But then, mid-sentence, his tone shifted to a higher pitch, “You know, just the energy in the city now with everything that’s going on. But especially with us. We’re excited to go,” he continued.



This voice fluctuation was not the first time it had been noticed. Haliburton had previously gone viral for a similar occurrence during an appearance on the Pat McAfee show, where his tone shifted mid-sentence. Acknowledging the public’s curiosity, Haliburton admitted, “People say I have two different voices all the time”.

The reaction on social media was swift and varied. Some fans expressed their fascination with this voice-altering phenomenon, while others found it amusing.

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