Lakers #1 - Some people think Lamar Odom of the NBA Los Angeles Lakers has never quite lived up to his promise. Well, I say it depends on what he promised. For instance, if he promised to tease NBA teams with flashes of brilliance to get some poor owner to throw millions of dollars at him, I think he succeeded. He succeeded at making money by putting forth little effort to do what he was paid to do. So, the man's an American success story, I think.
This is one is just bad:
Celtics #2 - A few years ago Doc Rivers got fired after leading the Magic of Orlando to a 1-10 start. Looking back, it's the best thing that ever happened to him, considering his best option at center at one point was a homosexual. That'd be John Amaechi, who later revealed he liked ----, while he was starting at center for Rivers. So it seems God had a plan for Doc. He just had to test him with a massive gay center who wasn't very good.
Cavs #3 - Mo Williams and LeBron are quite the 1-2 punch. In fact, folks in Cleveland are trying to come up with a nickname for the tandem. I got one: "Please, God, don't let LeBron get injured, because we'd lose a lot of games."
Rockets #5 - Tracy McGrady sure has fallen off, hasn't he? In fact, McGrady's play is so disappointing that when kids ask him for his autograph and he asked who to make it out to they spit in his face.
Jazz #10 - Folks, would you stop asking when Jerry Sloan is going to retire? If Jerry Sloan was going to retire, he would have died already.
Clippers #26 - I must say, I'm amazed that Zach Randolph can score as well as he does with little to no leaping ability. Almost as surprising is the fact that he hasn't been in jail yet.
Edited by Showtime, January 06, 2009 - 05:29 PM.