Monday, February 19, 2007

Battling TH Syndrome

by the butler

The NBA is politically friggin' correct, my friends. Oh yes, don't even think about accusing the league of anything to the contrary. No homophobes here, folks! No way. The NBA LOVES gay people, dammit! Don't pay attention to Tim Hardaway. He didn't even really mean HATE. That was really taken out of context, you know. And to prove it, we the citizens of the NBA will show as much man-love to each other as possible this weekend. After all, how in hell could the League survive if it lost all of its gay fans? We'll even feature this most-likely gay entertainer, and these for-sure gay magicians.

The gayest moment of the night may have been when Shaq dunked on T-Mac, then kissed him. One logically follows the other I guess.

Oh yeah, it was also gay to keep Dwight Howard out of the Dunk Contest Finals after his "sticker-dunk". That dunk was not gay at all. Waaayyy heterosexual (except maybe for the Bible verse written on it...not that there's anything wrong with that).


1 comment:

SonDog said...

Howard was roooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooobed. That was by far the best dunk of the night. And why did Nate Robinson keep getting high scores? The guy is more annoying than Stuart Scott after an 8-ball. Seriously, he's on bench of my all-hate team. Hell, he may be the starting point, with Kobe "I really, really, really want this MVP award" Bryant at the 2.