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NBA Conspiracy Videos . . . Proposal? [Aug. 19th, 2007|02:15 pm]
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You're going to get a ton of the conspiracy theories after Donaghy named more names.

This one's a pretty fun look at the 2006 Eastern Conference Finals.





My proposal:

1. Stu Jackson is terminated.

2. All NBA referees are either terminated or put into early retirement. Latter is given a severance package of some paltry sort.

3. David Stern retires.

4. NBA owners choose a new commissioner while they collectively run the league with an interim. Deadline to select new commissioner should be by the conclusion of the 2007-2008 regular season.


Maybe if these events take place, then people will begin to forgive the absolute bat-shit insane games that were due in large part to the third team, the Referees.

Does this taint championships won by the last handful of teams?

NO.

You can't fault the Spurs, Pistons, Heat, Lakers, or any other team for doing what they did because they're not the ones who did something wrong. As soon as Tim Duncan or LeBron James become named as defendants, then you will have a Black Sox Scandal. This may or may not be worse than the Black Sox, but to me, you don't cut a leg off if a toe becomes infected. In other words, you have David Stern's negligence, Stu Jackson's gross negligence, crooked body of the NBA referees, and that's about it. That's a lot of infection, but you can repair the damages because the players were not tainting the results.

So, sorry, Suns fans. In general, you're as sad and pathetic as Celtics fans. Both of you need a date together. Perhaps if you joined, you'd be institutionalized much quicker.

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[User Picture]From: jmack109
2007-08-20 12:19 pm (UTC)

Emperor Stern does not approve of your proposal.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-08-20 04:03 pm (UTC)
Ha!
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[User Picture]From: hammerscythe
2007-08-20 08:28 pm (UTC)
Donaghy's gonna end up dead within the next 6 months. He's gotta be fearing for his safety. I mean, he violated the "No Snitching" policy. Not knowing about it is no excuse, it's on t-shirts and everything.

Really, though. I agree with your thoughts on the players, they're simply no blame to be placed on those guys. However, the "all refs are let go" proposal is a bit harsh. There are honest refs out there, and if you do go through with that, at least let the ones that were not in the scandal apply for reinstatement.

The owners won't agree to anything, well, except more money. As for Stern, he has two choices: retire, or start going Darth Vader and Force Choking everyone involved.

Rasheed Wallace is smiling right now. Methinks the league should refund all of his fines that he's paid due to technical fouls.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2007-08-21 11:56 am (UTC)
If you were a player fined due to something like the Rose Garden incident with Donaghy, wouldn't you get a lawyer and serve papers to recover the lost wages and fine? I remember that being word vs. word without a bunch of witnesses.

I posted that he'd be killed, but so far he's only received some phone-based threats . . . my guess is from disgruntled-crazy-fans who were prodigious enough to find his number.

If he really is part of a wider group of fixers, however, someone would easily want to snuff him out of principle.

Donaghy's really one of the least liked people running right now.
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