They're both happy to see some sort of hairline return.
They added Steve Nash and Dwight Howard AND they have a Gabbalympics medal winner? Unstoppable.
The charity raises money for Chinese people who can't play basketball.
News David Stern Voids Dwight Howard-Lakers Trade for "I don't know, it's just fun being a dick" Reasons
"I love this part of my job," said Stern, laughing louder as Kupchak began weeping. "I really do. The best part is that I'm nixing a four-team deal this team, so it screws over more than 10-percent of the league. That's an awesome rate of return on my assholery."
Stern then ordered a now sobbing Kupchak to remain on the line as he called the Magic, Sixers and Nuggets to inform them that the deal was off.
"Tell them, MItch," said Stern. "Tell them why the deal is off."
"I I don't know. I just don't know, sir," Kupchak wailed. "Is it for basketball reasons?"
"No. I'm not even pretending it's that this time," said a gleeful Stern. "It's because I just like screwing people over, you especially for some reason. Isn't that great? It's just fun being a dick. It's my only joy in life. My only joy! I love it! So there's the reason. Go tell your fans. Tell them it's because hate fuels me. And tell them I hate them. Quote me. Say it just like I did and make sure you say I was happy."
Well, he is Canadian.
You can call it a Lakers parade. But the Lakers still didn't win anything.
There's an insane front moving in over Los Angeles.
Well, he is known for his skateboarding.
"I want my regular seat on the floor for whatever it is the hockey team is doing. Stanley's cups," Nicholson told a ticket window operator at the Staples Center this morning.
"I'm sorry, sir. But your seat would be on the ice at a hockey game. They're not available," Nicholson was told.
"What? There's ice? Goddamit. Let me speak to Jerry Buss immediately! I want my seats!" screamed the actor.
Nicholson was then informed that Buss is not the owner of the Kings, which prompted him to run his hands through his hair and make angry and exasperated facial expressions for more than 10 minutes. He was then led away by Staples Center security.