Tuesday, April 18

Unequivocally MVP

Although i'm playful at heart (a Leo trait according to Jesica my astrology connoisseur) unless we're playing halfcourt basketball which is boring, i'm very critical when i play sports and even more so when i watch professional Team ballgames. It is easy to criticize these multi-million dollar stipend pro players because of the simple fact that they make millions of dollars. When and if Rafael Furcal, the new leadoff short stop for the Dodgers who is making an unjustified 11 Mil per, makes an error on a routine ground ball rest assured i'll be screaming not only swear words but racially disparaging bellows at the television "11 mil a year and you make that stupid mistake... you f&@%kin @$#%^&% #^@%$!!!!!!!!" along with the other Dodger faithfuls. Pro sports is also demographically critical to me. We live in Los Angeles California, arguably the greatest city & state in the US, i can only stomach losing to New York or maybe Texas, other than that i spit at this city in disgust... i mean F@#$K NYC and Texas and this town... (lol)

In a recent ESPN.COM article about NBA MVP'S they said "there are franchise players then there are FRANCHISE players". They created a list of potential MVP's and associated categories that the potential mvp must fall under and questions in which they are the answer. Questions such as "If you replaced every MVP candidate with a decent player at their position for the entire season, what would be the effect on their teams' records?". Number 1 on that list is Kobe Bryant. If you think someone else deserves this accolade on this year of the Kobe Bryant then you're an insolent pillock who's brain deserves to be fed to rodents, eyes gored by vultures, a stake dipped in human feces pierced through your heart then be banned for life by Direct TV from ever ordering the NBA League Pass and your old Hitachi taken away and donated to the Salvation Army... and if it happens to be a Plasma TV then it must be destroyed in your presence while your wife is being raped... Period!

I'm not even a Laker fan by heart. I became a Laker fan by default because i moved to Los Angeles. Unlike Adrian who was a Laker fan since we were kids running around in Sta Ignacia, Philippines playing basketball in our tsinelas (flip-flops). I was a Boston Celtic fan who adored Larry Bird's style, the non-prototypical slow ass player, a hall of famer who won three Championships for the Franchise. But anyway that was a long time ago, now i reside in Los Angeles therefore i am a Laker fan (if i had moved to Milwaukee instead.. would i'd been a Buck fan... no doubt).

Steven Nash, who couldn't defend a Kirk Heinrich or Steve Kerr (in his suit & tie) or anyone not white, if his life defended on it, will not win this year's MVP. If he does, or anyone else beside a Kobe Bryant wins it, i will buy their Jersey...

3 Comments:

At 3:44 PM, Blogger zenmasta said...

What if Jason Kidd or Vince Carter wins the MVP in a shocker... would u wear a Nets jersey (ouch! below the belt... hit by a pitch... late hit... flagrant... that's low blow... intentional head butt... face mask... high sticking... red card! throw the yellow flag!!! )

 
At 3:49 PM, Blogger Marc Gabay said...

you forgot Blag flag, as in racing (asshole)

 
At 3:56 PM, Blogger zenmasta said...

that sounds like a white boy term...

 

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