Category: Sportsballs

Drake Was Doing The Most At The NBA Finals

May 31, 2019 / Posted by:

Because he is very, very wealthy, non-athletic Canadian dweeb Aubrey Graham successfully bought his way onto the court at the NBA finals, and acted a fool. Last night in Toronto, Drake’s home team, the Toronto Raptors, hosted the reigning world champions and my home team, the Golden State Warriors, in the first game of the series. But this isn’t about me and Drake repping different hoods. This is about Drake disrespecting the game with his childish antics. Also, I only knew it was the finals because I noticed a lot of people walking around in Golden State attire last night and put 2 and 2 together. 2+2 = Sportsball!

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Jose Canseco’s Ex-Wife Denies Ever Sleeping With Alex Rodriguez (But Alex Rodriquez’s Ex May Think Otherwise)

March 13, 2019 / Posted by:

Alex Rodriguez and Jose Canseco are now involved in both the 3rd and 4th biggest baseball cheating scandals in the history of baseball. The ranking goes:

#1 – The 1919 White Sox.

#2 – That time Phillie Phanatic came up pregnant with Gritty’s baby.

#3 – The BALCO doping scandal.

#4 –  This whole mess.

And two new players just ran onto the field. Jose’s ex-wife Jessica Canseco had to reinstall Twitter on her phone in order to clear her name after Jose accused her of having an affair with Jennifer Lopez’s fiance Alex. And Alex’s ex-girlfriend Torrie Wilson has been quietly subtweeting the drama and insinuating that Alex is indeed a ho, and that maybe Jose is on to something.

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Steph Curry Doesn’t Believe We’ve Actually Been To The Moon

December 12, 2018 / Posted by:

Somebody needs to tell Steph Curry that repeated viewings of Space Jam does mean you’re a qualified space expert. It means you’re a qualified Space Jam expert, and those are two very different things. According to ESPN, Steph and fellow NBA persons Vince Carter and Kent Bazemore, don’t believe the moon landing ever happened. But Bugs Bunny dunking on Michael Jordan is totally believable.

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