Posts Tagged ‘Ray Allen’

Man Up Mon-Sunday…

May 4, 2008

I had to get to this one early because it might be the biggest man up moment in sports this year.

Hey fellas.  Every one has been treating you like the three biggest badasses in the NBA this year.  KG, you know this performance basically sealed you out of any paaaaaaaarts of the MVP this year, right?  Maybe we were right about these three all along, they haven’t always just been victims of circumstance caught on bad teams.  Instead they might just be losers who can’t hold it down in the clutch.

It’s the Atlanta Hawks fellas.  They would be a practice squad in the West and barely snuck into the East.  You’ve got to shut them down, but with one game for all the marbles you better blow them out early.

These guys would have handled their bitnah by now.


Shawt Shorts: The Aftermath

January 2, 2008

Lake already covered the Lakers rocking their throwback shorts on Sunday night. But he didn’t show the effects that rocking those shorts could have on a Black man. As he mentioned, Luke Walton was fine, he looked like he might be rocking those for the rest of the season, but Lamar Odom completely lost his mind. By the second half, this happened:

Odom just went mad. Ray Allen was probably telling him to go get some Nair, or that his little brother wanted his shorts back, or that the Laker Girls (the actual cheerleaders, not the chicks Lake keeps around the office) wouldn’t be able to perform in the fourth quarter until the team gives them their shorts back.


Actually, those might be longer than the shorts Andrew Bynum got to wear.

Check this video compilation of the event. Terrible dude, basketball is a game of swagger…you can’t let your team go out like this. No wonder they got drug by 20.

Rick Fox was laughing and taking pictures. Like Sisqo said, “I think I’ll say it ageeeeiiiiiiin”

This dude:


Was laughing at them and taking pictures. Yeah, Mr. Nutra Perm himself had jokes. Lakers, Jerry Buss, you’ve had your fun…don’t do it again. I think this is ranked just below George Karl’s personal throwback tribute.


But just barely.