Thursday, July 16

Raptors Is Still A Soft Team !

That's the conclusion I made after looking at the lineup of the Toronto Raptors.....absolutely lacking in the toughness department. Despite BC's announcement that he will make the team lose its nice image , the Raps are still , well , nice. Let's look at the significant additions to the line up : Turkaglu is as soft as a Charmin tissue paper . Hedo was making `nice conversiations' with Kobe during the Finals . Maybe the 2 are talking about the Turkish bath they frequent . Fool . Obviously , Hedo is not aware of the Bill Russel technique that Kobe was using on him. Be nice to your enemies so that they will lose their edge. Hedo T. is really Shedo Turkaglu ! And this so called nasty guy Reggie Evans . Evans is what Bad Boy Oakley refers to as a tough guy wanna be . Evans whos claim to toughness was him grabbing Clip Kaman's nuts during a rebound play when he was still a member of the Denver Nuggets. He's like the Soprano character , Vito. , a homo gangster . Evans a baller who like balls ! Otherwise , why did he went nuts with another baller's nuts. Just look at the photo of Evans on the right . He is like a gay Taliban fighter ! Evans should join Richard Dick Jefferson in Paris. The other new Raptors are Davean 'Boy' George and Antoine 'To the Right To the' Wright . Complete sissies if you ask me. Homos . Homo sapiens !
BC should look at one of last night`s ESPY awardee . The recipient of the Best Fighter award , Manny Pacquiao. I know the pound for pound King of Boxing is a favorite of NBA players like Agent Zero, Dooling, David West, the Celtics Big 3 and others. Just google it . Pacman , the newest endorser of Nike to join Kobe and other sports superstars , would be pounding the ball instead of pounding the mitts if not for his tremendous success as a boxer . There you go BC . An Asian baller who is a certified tough guy . Just watch this video. Enjoy you homos !


Anonymous sb said...

I note that you write "to" Sports Illustrated , ESPN and other sports publications. I hope that, if you ever start writing "for" Sports Illustrated, ESPN or any other sports publications, you hire an editor to correct your grammar, spelling and syntax errors.

You, sir, are not a "writer".

8:31 AM  
Blogger Tim W. said...

And if you're a coach, well, I feel for your players, because you haven't shown the basketball knowledge nor the maturity to show you have any business teaching others.

And you have the writing skills of a dyslexic twelve year old (no offense to dyslexic 12 year olds).

7:35 PM  
Blogger coach said...

sb- my grandma edits my grammar .
yes, sir , i am jack kennedy the third !

5:42 PM  
Blogger coach said...

tim dubya - yes i'm dysletic , epileptic and autistic.
my fav dysletic person is none other than bill walton , the greatest dysletic idol the world bar none . and u know that bill hates to exaggerate !!!!

5:52 PM  
Blogger mystery said...

If you want tough and talented ballers, go to the Philippines. I'm from the Philippines and i'm also an avid fan of NBA. Jayjay Helterbrand and Mark Caguiao are two of the most exciting tandems in Philippine Basketball today. There are so many players in the Philippines who have the potential to be in NBA.

One of the sad thing about Philippine basketball is that the players are somewhat old when they started playing in the league. To play in Philippine Basketball Association, I guess a player should be at least 23 years old.

Asi Taulava in his prime is comparable to Dwight Howard, Jayjay Helterbrand moves like Allen Iverson and Mark Caguiao style of play is like that of Dwayne Wade. Too bad, they are on their 30's now.. quite old to be in the NBA. I wish that NBA scouts can see the vast potential of Philippine Basketball as soon as possible.

8:12 AM  

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