February 22, 2007

Oh. Snap.

If Jason Whitlock wasn't black, there'd be an outcry that his piece on the All-Star game is seriously racist. A taste (Via Conservative Grapevine):

David Stern seriously needs to consider moving the event out of the country for the next couple of years in hopes that young, hip-hop hoodlums would find another event to terrorize. Taking the game to Canada won't do it. The game needs to be moved overseas, someplace where the Bloods and Crips and hookers and hoes can't get to it without a passport and plane ticket.


After this weekend, I'm convinced he's losing the battle. All-Star Weekend Vegas screamed that the NBA is aligned too closely with thugs. Stern is going to have to take drastic measures to break that perception/reality. All-Star Weekend can no longer remain the Woodstock for parolees, wannabe rap artists and baby's mamas on tax-refund vacations.

Posted by Karol at February 22, 2007 05:27 PM | TrackBack
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That's actually why I like Jason Whitlock. He left ESPN's Page 2 because Scoop Jackson and the other black writers there were race-baiting and only wrote about "how the blacks are being kept down" and such.

Posted by: Pokerwolf at February 23, 2007 09:29 AM

Two things are sad about this:

1.) Whitlock's telling the truth.

2.) That we increasingly live in a country where the penalty for telling the truth is dependent on color of skin.

Posted by: James Young at February 23, 2007 10:44 AM
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