Should Dream Team Building be allowed? That is the tough question America was forced to answer and now threatens to rip apart a vital part of the US economy: NBA Basketball. What’s to blame? The Miami Heat.
The Miami Heat is a vile NBA basketball team who lures great players away from loyal fans and cities. Their owners are very greedy people who make the New York Yankees look like Sunday ice cream happiness. You’d think you just found a little red-headed niece skipping through the park with lollipop in hand, cute little Disney beagle flipping about her heels, as you chatted with the rest of the family on how the little angel has grown up and is so cute with her rendition of ‘Hard Knock Life’ from her 3rd grade lead-role in the play Annie. So cute, so Templeish. Yet, you’d get smacked out of this crazy fantasy by the nightmare of what’s going on in the NBA.
Lebron James should be renamed Lebron Judas. He’s a betrayer and the Miami Heat are no more greater than a bunch of Pontius Pilates. They seek to turn everyone against each other, all for little gold and mihr. King James represents unadulterated truth. Lebron James is so far from truth and honesty he’s halfway completed an application for White House press secretary.
The NBA is now threatened with a lockout because the balance was upset. There is a lasting, parity, that must exist in the NBA. The Finals should usually feature the Lakers and the Celtrics. The Lakers represent a misplaced team who dwells in fornication, while the Celtics, especially when under the noble guidance of Larry Joe Bird, represented a pure morality in play. They were clean and chaste, unlike the Magic Johnson era Celtics. Even the modern day Celtics, with Paul “No ball Hog” Pierce, you get a sense of some old school Bob Cousy and Petit ethics.
Miami is saught the upset a balance that has held an American enterprise together for 30 years and watching the downfall of their team is beautiful. We see God is taking charge in all this now, because with the NBA at stake the heart of America’s sporting economy may go asystole. In the following clip, you see a mediocre basketball player of little athleticism is suddenly given the jumping power of Michael Jordan and the amazing crowd-exciting prowess of the legenday Kurt Rambis.