Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Iverson for Kanter trade Complete

A deal went down where former All-Star, future hall of famer and NBA great Allen Iverson went to Turkey to play professional for $4 million dollars. With the deal Enes Kanter gets to come over to the U.S. and play for the University of Kentucky.

What does Turkey get out of the deal? A washed up malcontent that is probably still playing basketball in order to pay off lone sharks for his gambling debts as well as paying child supports to his baby mama. And whatever you do, do not criticize him for poor practice play. But don't fret Turkey! There was one point in his career when Iverson was truly great and he has a legacy of playing hard. Just don't expect that now. He has pretty much given up and just wants to cash checks.

Let me speak directly to Turkey for a moment:
Thanks for getting the deal done with Kanter. It has been a long, hard road but I am glad we are finally at the end of it. And you're welcome for us giving you AI at such a low price. We probably could've went lower but let's give the guy a break. And please be nice to him. The last thing we want to see is one of our former stars in a Turkish prison addicted to heroin and man love.

We will take good care of Enes. He gets to watch professional wrestling whenever he wants and I am willing to bet that the Undertaker may even surprise young Enes by being the "Y" at a UK home game this year. And we will even throw in a replica of our championship ring for you just to show how much we appreciate it.


Boogiewoogie and the Big Blue Nation

This of course is entirely fabricated. Well, some of it is fabricated. Allen Iverson really is playing for Turkey for only $4 million dollars. Why Allen? Why?

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