|SAC||45-101 (44.6)||10-31 (32.3)||24-31 (77.4)||17||53||27||14||5||7||29||124|
|DEN||47-98 (48.0)||8-29 (27.6)||20-24 (83.3)||10||45||29||15||6||12||25||122|
|M. Porter Jr.^^SF||29:36||9-15 (60.0)||3-7 (42.9)||3-3 (100.0)||1||5||2||2||2||3||3||24||0|
|P. Millsap^^PF||36:06||7-13 (53.8)||2-5 (40.0)||0-0 (0.0)||2||7||3||1||0||0||3||16||-6|
|N. Jokic^^C||41:50||11-18 (61.1)||1-2 (50.0)||6-9 (66.7)||3||15||14||6||0||3||3||29||+5|
|G. Harris^^SG||41:33||4-9 (44.4)||0-4 (0.0)||2-2 (100.0)||0||2||2||0||0||1||2||10||+5|
|J. Murray^^PG||34:27||1-9 (11.1)||0-5 (0.0)||7-7 (100.0)||0||4||1||2||2||0||6||9||+3|
|W. Barton||33:27||7-16 (43.8)||1-3 (33.3)||1-2 (50.0)||0||2||5||0||2||1||2||16||+1|
|M. Morris||16:19||1-6 (16.7)||0-1 (0.0)||0-0 (0.0)||0||2||0||1||0||0||0||2||-7|
|P. Dozier||14:39||3-5 (60.0)||0-1 (0.0)||1-1 (100.0)||2||5||2||1||0||2||1||7||-6|
|F. Campazzo||8:08||1-1 (100.0)||1-1 (100.0)||0-0 (0.0)||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||3||-4|
|I. Hartenstein||8:53||3-6 (50.0)||0-0 (0.0)||0-0 (0.0)||2||3||0||2||0||2||4||6||-1|
|Totals||47-98 (48.0)||8-29 (27.6)||20-24 (83.3)||10||45||29||15||6||12||25||122|
DNP: Bol Bol, Vlatko Cancar, R.J. Hampton, Markus Howard, Zeke Nnaji
Inactive: JaMychal Green, Greg Whittington
|H. Barnes^^SF||41:57||8-15 (53.3)||0-3 (0.0)||5-7 (71.4)||1||9||5||1||2||0||1||21||+3|
|M. Bagley III^^PF||27:21||5-14 (35.7)||0-4 (0.0)||3|
Establishment ghoul John Delaney says what everyone in the DNC is actually thinking, sadly he doesn't have the stones to defend his deeply held belief and deleted the tweet.
A few days ago a middle aged man climbed up one of the staff’s ladders to grab an item from the top shelf. We don’t allow customers to climb up on the ladders due to safety reasons. I saw him move the ladder as I thought he was just moving it out of the way so he could look at the other items, which he did. Then a minute later he climbed up the ladder to try and grab an item. I was in the middle of serving of a customer when I noticed. I quickly finished the customers transaction then I walked up to him and told him politely, “I’m sorry sir but I’m afraid customers aren’t allowed to climb up on the ladders”. He gets annoyed and says “you saw me move the ladder and didn’t say anything, now you want to say something?” I say to him, “I understand but I thought you were just moving the ladder out of your way to have a look at the items the ladder was blocking”. He then says to me condescendingly, “are you really arguing with me right now?”. Me: “no sir, I’m just trying to tell you that customers aren’t allowed to climb up on the ladders because of safety reasons and because the ladder also does have “staff only” marked on it”. Customer: “keep arguing with me and I’ll have your career ended”. I look at him surprisingly while he and his daughter carried on about how I shouldn’t be arguing with the customer. I went back to the checkout to serve a customer. His daughter waits in the line. She comes up, throws all her items at me with immense attitude, wouldn’t respond or look at me when I asked if she was paying with card or cash. I gave her receipt and she snatched it off me then says, “you’re lucky he didn’t complain”. I was already having a rough day because of Black Friday sales and whining customer after whining customer. I told her to go ahead and complain. She looks at me in total surprise and paused for 5 seconds. She then asks for my name and last name. I gave her my first name. She then asked for my last name, me: “sorry I can’t give you that information”. Daughter: “no worries, I’ll just describe you to head office, blonde and brown hair, with a tattoo. I’ll be filing a complaint about you” me: “lovely, have a nice day”. She stormed out cussing and carrying on. I didn’t mean to respond but I honestly had just had enough that day. I know it’s not much of a response but some part of me still remembered the line not to cross.
I want to read your experiences responding back to difficult customers fellow retailers.
Edit: lol, ya’ll, if I had said “yes I’m... keep reading on reddit ➡