4th August 15:30
having a bad mourning?
i love it. i respected alonzo mourning so much.
bill walton: the toughness, the will to win, the ... toughness
then came the disease. one of my favorites, sean elliot, had the same
bill walton: the difficulty, the will to live, the doubt.
but he overcame that. and i was hoping that the spurs could sign him to
a moderate deal to be a backup. but he signed with n.j. because of his
friend, jason kidd. it was too bloated, i was glad the spurs didn't do
that deal. why did he sign there? to get a championship. why did they
sign him? to get a championship. but why was it so much? he ended up
playing a small fraction of the games he was there for. then he cried.
bill walton: the whining, the disconnect, the big baby!
trade me, he said. cancel your contract, they said. no, he said. so
they traded him. did he go? no. he pretended to be sick, which in
itself is sick. it's sick when a man gets millions to play and he
pretends he can't. so he weasles out of his deal, i have no idea if he
paid toronto or if they paid him, but there was a contract buyout.
bill walton: the shrewdness, the black mail, the screwing over!
by now i am disgusted with mourning and hope the spurs don't pick his
sorry ass up. so he gets his deal with miami, some league minimum
thing. but he'll get his championship. i'm hoping he struggles, but i'm
more pissed off when he appears to be playing well and contributing.
the nets coulda been a contender if he'd given that to him, but "my
kidney, my kidney". but in the end, he loses, and his name is shit.
good, i say.
bill walton: the disappointment, the failure, the loser!