Our friend Tyson Bowers already proved how black people are animals, even if they have salaries to live the highlife. As Bowers astutely declared, “This is showing now matter how rich or “civilized” the blacks become, they are still violent and do not belong in modern society.”
So it should come as no surprise today that two black NBA basketball players pulled out guns on each other in their locker room. Back in the 1950s, basketball was a gentleman’s sport where the thrilling layups by Bob Cousey or the electrifying rebounding and passing by Bob Petit enthralled gymnasium crowds.
Now basketball is like an urban street corner with the players wearing wild hairbraids, tattoos and guns as part of their uniforms.
Via NY Post:
Guess they’re still the Bullets at heart.
NBA all-star Gilbert Arenas and his Washing ton Wizards teammate Javaris Crittenton drew guns on each other in the team’s locker room during a Christmas Eve dispute over a gambling debt, The Post has learned.
League sources say the pistol-packing point guards had heaters at the ready inside the Verizon Center, the Washington, DC, home of the Wizards — whose name was changed from the Bullets over gun- vi olence concerns.
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/nba_gunpoint_R52AnT76DRgTSuVKDQ8XBO#ixzz0bU4G9jKr
This is more proof of why blacks from poor neighborhoods should have to go through a screening process before being allowed to play. They bring their urban gun lifestyle to our sport and that’s not right.