Yahoo! – This summer, Scalabrine said that he resented the suggestion that he probably wasn’t that great of a profession athlete that earned him tens of millions of dollars and in December he challenged any Boston-area amateur basketball players to games of one-on-one. He played four players and beat them all by a combined score of 44-6.
In case you missed this article on Yahoo, Brian Scalabrine got fed up with people saying they could beat him in basketball and decided to play them in 1 on 1. He obviously destroyed all challengers because he played in the NBA and people who think they are better than professional athletes at their job are stupid and probably from the south. (This of course excludes Joe Flacco who is a no talent pussy). So while I know Scal would dominate me, it got me thinking if I could legitimately play in another professional league, the WNBA.
The answer is an obvious yes. I am not saying I could walk onto the court after a couple of Zimas and light up the arena. That would be absurd; these are professional athletes after all. I am saying if I was in my peak physical condition (5 years old), there is no doubt in my mind I would be the sixth man of the year, every year. I am not good enough to start and mess around with the of Sheryl Swoopes of the world. I simply don’t have the leg or facial hair for that, but I have a streaky enough 3 ball and play stingy enough defense that there is no way I wouldn’t be the James Harden of the WNBA.
So in honor of the good doctor’s bday last week, I am here to profess my dream to be the first male to compete in the WNBA. I mean its 2013, we need to all stop living under a rock. If I have the talent there should be a team willing to take a shot on me. Its like the old saying goes, all is fair in love and basketball.
Side Note: I would be doing this for you feminists. Just trying to get equal rights for everyone.
– Tommy Westside