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Originally posted by Gkisses Gkisses wrote:

Now that BHM is a aunt tammy coon. This bish selling her soul to his racist ass to remain on the payroll. Both of the people sound dumb as sh!t. His ex wife aint no better acting shocked. He been this way. You dont develop these ideas over night.


Retro black would have boycotted and refused to play. New black apologies for making him feel uncomfortable with their blackness.


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I peeped how they choose the pics of black people a minute ago. During the Colin Kaepernick situation with that girl in Miami, they used a pic of him with a fitted and headphones on, when they could have easily used his NFL profile pic. 
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Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Interesting that they are making this hinge solely around the fans. That is bullshyt. I can't count on them for not showing up. These guys don't even recognize their own power. Or they don't care to use it. Shame.



The common man are always the ones asked to sacrifice for the greater good. It really will be interesting to see how this pans out on their end.
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LMAO @ sacrifice.
Not supporting a racist team owner is sacrifice?
FOH b.

Sponsors are pulling out though allegedly....that's where it's really gonna hurt. 
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Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

Interesting that they are making this hinge solely around the fans. That is bullshyt. I can't count on them for not showing up. These guys don't even recognize their own power. Or they don't care to use it. Shame.


If their plan is to play then they're clowns. They're not going to beat the Warriors anyway. -__-
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so the Clippers won't take substantive action for themselves by NOT playing...essentially inaction
but they want their fans to take action by not showing up
Why are they moving the onus on their fans and not on themselves?
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Sacrifice in the sense that their money has already been spent on these tickets and they most likely can't be refund. Yet the excuse many have used for them not playing is they might get fined.


If i had ticks I wouldn't go anyway but id feel sone type of way that they made no move beyond turnung their shirts inside out.
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Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:



cnn aint sh*t from long time
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Here's The Real Reason The NBA Is Losing Fans


No one wants to acknowledge why the NBA is losing popularity. Buzz Bissinger on why white fans have trouble getting excited about African-American athletes.

My editor thinks I should write something about professional basketball. The timing is certainly right—the National Basketball Association’s All-Star extravaganza starts today in Los Angeles, culminating in the All-Star game on Sunday night.

The problem is, I don’t really know what to say about the NBA other than I almost never watch it anymore.

I am not a basketball junkie and I have no desire to be one. There are maybe three players I would pay to watch. The first is LeBron James of the Miami Heat, because whatever you think, and I think a lot less after his free-agency melodrama despite writing a book with him, he is the best athlete in the world today. The second is Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers, and the third is Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The game is in trouble and I don’t think there is much dispute about that. Attendance was down last year and is slightly down so far this season. Although basketball is supposed to be a team game, it has become more one-on-one in the NBA than a boxing match. The style has changed and it is a definite turnoff.

But a major problem with the NBA, one that is virtually never spoken about honestly, is the issue of race. I have no hard-core evidence. But based on my past experience in writing about sports, I know that whites ascribe very different characteristics to black athletes than they do white ones. I also make a habit of asking every white sports fan I know whether they watch the NBA. In virtually every instance, they say they once watched the game but no longer do. When I ask them if it has anything to do with the racial composition, they do their best to look indignant. But my guess is they felt very differently about the game when Larry Bird and John Stockton were playing.

Based on various statistics, the percentage of African-American players in the NBA has remained relatively constant over the past decade, fluctuating between 72 and 75 percent. The number of foreign-born players has increased exponentially to about 18 percent. The number of white American players, meanwhile, has decreased from 24.3 percent in the 1980-81 season to roughly 10 percent now.

The one white American player today who comes the closest to being a star is Kevin Love of the Minnesota Timberwolves. He is averaging 21 points a game and 15 rebounds. He is on the West roster in the All-Star Game. Do you know anyone who would pay to see Love play?

It boils down to this: Are whites losing interest in a game in which the number of white American players not only continues to dwindle, but no longer features a superstar?

Yes.

The National Football League is majority African American. Since the game is predicated on brute strength that is impossible to fake, there is rarely any grumbling that African-American athletes are not trying hard enough. And the marquee position—quarterback—is still the domain of whites. The greatest superstars of the game—Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and now Aaron Rodgers—are all white, and it gives white fans a greater sense of identification. The stigma of the African-American quarterback—that he will never have the intelligence to read defenses and make instant adjustments no matter how quick his release or how far he throws—still very much exists. Which is why Donovan McNabb, the greatest quarterback in Philadelphia Eagles history, is inexplicably loathed by thousands of fans for what they perceived as poor judgment and inconsistency--despite leading the Eagles to one Super Bowl and five conference championships in 11 years.

Major League Baseball is only 9 percent African American. The number of Latino players from Central America is skyrocketing, but there are white stars at every position. Once again, the identification factor.

I don’t think talking about any of this makes me a racist. I believe it makes me a realist. White fans want white superstars, or in the case of the NBA, at least one white American superstar. Unless the ghosts of Bird and John Havlicek and Jerry West return to the floor, that isn’t going to happen. And since it isn’t going to happen, the NBA will continue to struggle with an identity crisis that no one wants to publicly acknowledge.

Nor is there any way to change the reality since black players are better, stronger, faster, and have more basketball intelligence than any of their white counterparts. If anything, the percentage of white American players will continue to fall. The league is not going to move to the absurdity of a quota system. So maybe the best thing for whites to do, including myself, is accept the fact there will be no white hope, drop the work-ethic fallacy, and revel in a game that is embedded more than ever with beauty and grace and strength and acrobatics.




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