Juan Toscano-Anderson is in his second season playing for the Santa Cruz Warriors.
He was mic'd up during a recent practice in Surf City, and had a lot to say about the two NFL teams in the Bay Area.
"I'm a Raider fan, so I learn to bet with my mind and not with my heart," he explained. "Because those guys let me down every Sunday. Being a Raider fan is like being in a toxic relationship. But you know what -- I'm still going to root for them.
"Being a Niner fan is the worst thing on planet Earth. I feel bad for anybody who's a Niners fan."
The Golden State Warriors' organization loves Toscano-Anderson.
The 26-year-old -- who grew up in Oakland rooting for the Dubs -- not only suited up for the Warriors' 2019 Summer League squad, but he was with Golden State during training camp a couple of months ago, and appeared in five preseason games.
In 16 minutes against the Lakers on Oct. 16, the 6-foot-6 forward showed off his terrific defensive skills by recording two steals and three blocks.
Through 19 G League games this season, Toscano-Anderson is averaging 12.3 points, 9.0 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.1 steals, while shooting 49 percent from the field.
He's extremely versatile and will dunk on you.
— Santa Cruz Warriors (@GLeagueWarriors) December 22, 2019
Be sure to check out the video above to hear everything the Castro Valley High School graduate had to say.
You also can watch Toscano-Anderson and the Sea Dubs take on the Texas Legends on Sunday night at 6:00 p.m. on NBC Sports Bay Area, and streaming live on the My Teams app.