Picture Chris Johnson is Big In Hawaii
They will support Pro Bowl players to the death.
If you're an NBA player, chances are you'll need to find new work in the near future. And ever since the economy died for our sins in 2008, jobs for young people have become scarce, meaning you'll really have to step up your game to find employment among us normals. But with the right kind of cover letter, anyone from Ron Artest to Delonte West can leave a positive, lasting impression on a potential employer. All you have to do is follow these easy steps!
Step 2 Say "social media" at least once every two sentences. This lets companies know that you're "with it" and that you're fluent in necessary text-speak like "B2B" (Bridges To Babylon a Stones album), "SEO" (synthetic engine oil), and "EDIH" (every day I'm hustlin').
Step 3 Don't be too boastful. Arrogance is a huge turnoff, so for every two nice things you say about yourself, be sure to mention something that'll bring you "down to earth." If you're an Olympic bronze medalist and two-time NBA champion, throw it out there that you're willingly married to a Kardashian. If you're a first-round draft pick who had a breakout season in 2011, you should probably also mention that you're willingly married to a Kardashian.
Getting someone to do that while only using your feet is quite a skill.
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"There still are scoreboards and they will still be turned on and used during games," said head coach Marvin Lewis. "It's obviously not what any of us wanted. And the league also still plans to record wins and losses and publish the standings in newspapers. It's a tough pill to swallow."
Bengals' player rep and offensive lineman Andre Whitworth received the brunt of the complaints from his teammates, who had specifically asked him to fight during negotiations for a game format that would be less embarrassing to the team.
"Fellas, I did what I could," Whitworth told his teammates after the meeting. "But every time I would stand up to talk, someone would say: 'Not now, guy. We need to focus on the needs of real NFL teams.'"
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Picture The Chargers Have A Lot of 41s
They also have too many Norv Turners.