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Jota
May 6, 2003

uga-booga uga-booga

Doltos posted:

Reminder that Craig Jr. donated his bone marrow to the guy who willingly axed his entire family out of a fortune in favor of a random stinkyhole he met while he was married.

hahah holy poo poo. all those suits over the years and this is going to end up his worst look

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zoux
Apr 28, 2006



Probate and wills tear families apart every day, even 100% functional loving ones.

Which is why estate taxes should be confiscatory

FrankeeFrankFrank
Apr 21, 2005


I think I like Jr's Ex... I think Jr should get back with her.

Mr. Mambold
Feb 13, 2011

Aha. Nice post.


Jota posted:

hahah holy poo poo. all those suits over the years and this is going to end up his worst look

The question no one dares ask is who gets the suits?


there's a real bad lawsuit clown suit joke in here and I'm not even gonna dignify

RCarr
Dec 24, 2007



While it's a real lovely thing to do on Sager Sr.'s part, I can't really feel bad for a kid not getting a bunch of money simply because he exists. Like I certainly would be pissed if I was in his situation, but it would be purely because of greed.

leftist heap
Feb 28, 2013

Gurpgork?


Fun Shoe

RCarr posted:

While it's a real lovely thing to do on Sager Sr.'s part, I can't really feel bad for a kid not getting a bunch of money simply because he exists. Like I certainly would be pissed if I was in his situation, but it would be purely because of greed.

Did you even read Jr's tweet?

Redgrendel2001
Sep 1, 2006

you literally think a person saying their NBA team of choice being better than the fucking 76ers is a 'schtick'

a literal thing you think.


RCarr posted:

While it's a real lovely thing to do on Sager Sr.'s part, I can't really feel bad for a kid not getting a bunch of money simply because he exists. Like I certainly would be pissed if I was in his situation, but it would be purely because of greed.

You should read the tweets again. None of them care about the money, they just want people to know that this lady is a loving greedy psycho.

Metapod
Mar 18, 2012

We just out here tipping more than $13


dokmo posted:

What is Ernie Johnson hiding??????

DO NOT WISH SPEAK THIS INTI EXISTANCE ERNIE IS PERFECT YOU BASTARD

Dejan Bimble
Mar 24, 2008

Verhy old and rocky thoughts


Plaster Town Cop

Did you know that many of your favorite ballers cheat on their wives and leave unsupported children around the country

Doltos
Dec 28, 2005

If you meet the Buddha in the lane, feed him the ball.


Redgrendel2001 posted:

You should read the tweets again. None of them care about the money, they just want people to know that this lady is a loving greedy psycho.

I mean they care a little, it's still a fortune and like one of the tweets said his daughter's getting married soon and could use the money.

Dexo
Aug 15, 2009

GarPax: "You Want it to be one way....but it's the other way."


Dejan Bimble posted:

Did you know that many of your favorite ballers cheat on their wives and leave unsupported children around the country

Time
Aug 1, 2011

It Was All A Dream


Karl Malone was so loving big

Coaaab
Aug 6, 2006

Wish I was there...


Karl Malone is probably our finest contributor to the human gene pool and is not so greedy as to not spread the wealth

zoux
Apr 28, 2006



Dejan Bimble posted:

Did you know that many of your favorite ballers cheat on their wives and leave unsupported children around the country

I only support Celibate Ballers.

Jota
May 6, 2003

uga-booga uga-booga

Dejan Bimble posted:

Did you know that many of your favorite ballers cheat on their wives and leave unsupported children around the country

This is true but also if there were a ton of TV segments and articles talking about how great a person they were and then that news was brought to national attention about them people would also be like maybe that person isn't as great as we were pretending and was a flawed person just like everyone else and we're all gonna die and let's hope we don't get milkshake duck'd when we do

Jota fucked around with this message at Jan 3, 2018 around 16:58

zoux
Apr 28, 2006



Folks only one man was ever without sin and He gave his life that all might live eternal

Dexo
Aug 15, 2009

GarPax: "You Want it to be one way....but it's the other way."


zoux posted:

Folks only one man was ever without sin and He gave his life that all might live eternal

Michael Jordan?

Mr. Mambold
Feb 13, 2011

Aha. Nice post.


zoux posted:

I only support Celibate Ballers.

I'm imagining the Jazz in bicycle helmets and white button down shirts, black slacks and lolling

FrankeeFrankFrank
Apr 21, 2005


zoux posted:

I only support Celibate Ballers.

so AC Green and... no one else...


EDIT:


zoux posted:

Folks only one man was ever without sin and He gave his life that all might live eternal

This scared me and made me google to make sure AC Green was still alive.

Ghost Dog
Aug 17, 2016

The Ghost That Refreshes

Dexo posted:

Michael Jordan?

he gave his dads life so he may live debt free, actually

Ghost Dog
Aug 17, 2016

The Ghost That Refreshes

e: dangit

Cool Buff Man
Jul 30, 2006

bitch

zoux posted:

https://twitter.com/Toucherandrich/...553588187582465

If IT wanted to be remembered fondly in Boston then maybe he shouldn't have cynically left to go to a superteam while Ainge and everyone in Boston begged him to stay and did everything they could to keep him there (is the only scenario where this kind of statement from Ainge makes sense)

? Seems perfectly fine to me to not air his tribute video on Paul Pierce's night

Doltos
Dec 28, 2005

If you meet the Buddha in the lane, feed him the ball.


zoux posted:

Folks only one man was ever without sin and He gave his life that all might live eternal

Jesus left the entire Christian faith to Peter instead of the kids he had with Mary Magdeline

Jack's Flow
Jun 6, 2003

Once in a sycamore I was glad
all at the top, and I sang.


WhyteRyce posted:

Feels like a lifetime ago Sessions was considered a sleeper

Sessions always made me think of Flip Murray. Players who had one good stretch and made people lose their poo poo. Although the Murray > Ray Allen thing was funnier.

Ungratek
Aug 2, 2005



Cool Buff Man posted:

? Seems perfectly fine to me to not air his tribute video on Paul Pierce's night

Yeah it seems like a weird request in the first place

BWV
Feb 24, 2005



aren't tribute videos usually like 90 seconds during a timeout in the 3rd quarter? I mean who the gently caress cares, but running a 90 second video instead of having some mouth breather shoot t-shirts into the crowd and giving the guy a round of applause doesn't seem to crazy. Unless literally every stoppage is already reserved for honouring Paul Pierce.

sharknado slashfic
Jun 24, 2011


Imagine what Marv Albert is hiding

Cool Buff Man
Jul 30, 2006

bitch

BWV posted:

aren't tribute videos usually like 90 seconds during a timeout in the 3rd quarter? I mean who the gently caress cares, but running a 90 second video instead of having some mouth breather shoot t-shirts into the crowd and giving the guy a round of applause doesn't seem to crazy. Unless literally every stoppage is already reserved for honouring Paul Pierce.

It's weird to play a players tribute video during a different player's tribute night, yes, but you can twist it around until it's normal if you'd like. Who cares

WhyteRyce
Dec 30, 2001



CRISPYBABY posted:

People were legitimately excited for Ramon Sessions, Starting Lakers Point Guard just because they were so thankful that it wasn't Fisher anymore.

He used to alternate between good years and bad years. He had a good year in Milwaukee which earned him a sleeper title, then disappointed his next season. Went to Cleveland, had another good year. Next season, had a bad start until he was traded to the Lakers and got some hype back. Disappointed again, went to Charlotte, had another good run. Next season, sucked again until traded to Milwaukee. By the time he came to Sacramento a bunch of fans thought we had a legitimate good player and it was maddening

dokmo
Aug 26, 2006

man


Sugartime Jones

Please don't meet some floozy and cut Luke out of your will, Bill.

euphronius
Feb 18, 2009



https://twitter.com/sportsradiowip/...626762010955778

zoux
Apr 28, 2006



dokmo posted:

Please don't meet some floozy and cut Luke out of your will, Bill.

Does Donna Godchaux still got it...

Papercut
Aug 24, 2005

The quickest substitution in the history of the NBA

zoux posted:

Does Donna Godchaux still got it...

lmao

Shut the gently caress up Donna, you're ruining the one of the greatest Scarlet/Fires ever.

zoux
Apr 28, 2006



She doesn't gently caress up near as many songs as Brent Mydland

Dejan Bimble
Mar 24, 2008

Verhy old and rocky thoughts


Plaster Town Cop

Jota posted:

This is true but also if there were a ton of TV segments and articles talking about how great a person they were and then that news was brought to national attention about them people would also be like maybe that person isn't as great as we were pretending and was a flawed person just like everyone else and we're all gonna die and let's hope we don't get milkshake duck'd when we do

That's a fair point and I'll concede

Papercut
Aug 24, 2005

The quickest substitution in the history of the NBA

zoux posted:

She doesn't gently caress up near as many songs as Brent Mydland

Never listen to 80s Dead.

Spacebump
Dec 23, 2003

Dallas Mavericks: Generations


Cool Buff Man posted:

It's weird to play a players tribute video during a different player's tribute night, yes, but you can twist it around until it's normal if you'd like. Who cares

Was Paul Pierce's night scheduled before the trade? If it was afterward, that's a bit weird. Though IT2 didn't play for Boston long, what he did last year in the playoffs for them should be considered a random legendary moment for a franchise with many of them. I can understand why he would be mad since they aren't treating him like he did anything above and beyond for them.

Metapod
Mar 18, 2012

We just out here tipping more than $13


HE AIN'T LYING HE AIN'T LYING
https://twitter.com/shahanLA/status/948632952254050304

El Gallinero Gros
Mar 17, 2010


Has Cousins learned to play alongside Davis yet?

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dokmo
Aug 26, 2006

man


Sugartime Jones

El Gallinero Gros posted:

Has Cousins learned to play alongside Davis yet?

I think the main lesson we've learned over the last ten years is that great players always learn to play together, and they have. Their problem is on the defensive end, where they don't work together well, partly because the league is trending away from two-big lineups and partly because of the pelicans longstanding issues with defense, which has nothing to do with cousins or Davis.

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