Skip to comments.Miami Heat- James and Wade post game
Posted on 06/15/2014 8:53:24 PM PDT by Kevin in California
Can any of these two illiterate dolts put a sentence together?
James- "we was......" Wade- "wish we could have did.......
That’s real retarded, sir.
When you have tens of millions of dollars, it really doesn’t matter if you can speak English properly.
It is what it was.
And they are college graduates?
Who cares if they speak Klingon?
Take away Obama’s teleprompter and you have three babbling idiots.
The reporters asking the questions aren’t much brighter.
James was drafted out of HS, never went to college. Wade left Marquette after 3 years, AFAIK he never graduated.
You’re right! These media reporters are dumb, they make some of the most stupidest questions ever! I hate those “tell us how you feel” “express your emotions”! Ugh!!
Or Jason Kidd upon being drafted out of Cal by, if I recall correctly, by the Nets...
“I’m gonna turn this team around 360 degrees”
Tim Duncan was very well-spoken and intelligent. No slang, no slurring,no grammatical gaffes. ALL the Spurs actually, even the 22-year old spoke well and with class and modesty.
These guys are the perfect expression of the sum of the IQ of the many dolts that waste their precious remaining minutes on this earth lapping up sports drivel.
Bad New Barnes bump!!!
“These guys are the perfect expression of the sum of the IQ of the many dolts that waste their precious remaining minutes on this earth lapping up sports drivel.”
TRUE!!! About these jock sniffers. I never watch and greatly resent that my cable bill supports pro sports in America. I have no use for any of it. Though I respect the hockey leagues and pro-baseball a little bit. I despise the NBA and NFL.
San Antonio is not a typical NBA team, I’m glad they won. The games were available for free over the internet.
“Can any of these two illiterate dolts put a sentence together?”
Blame the reporters for always hounding them for quotable material for their low information audiences. These guys are not good at English but are 20 mil a year professionals
Tim Duncan graduated college in 1997. More players should use him as a role model.
And Duncan had the best possible mentor in the NBA in David Robinson.
“And they are college graduates?”
No, James is not. He went to the NBA right out of high school.
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