On the page 44 in the section `11.28.94' of Black Planet by David Shields it talks about the Golden State Warriors. It says, "After feuding the first month of the season with Don Nelson, the coach of the GSW, Chris Webber has been traded to the Washington Bullets, who are coached by Jim Lynam."
A few things that I want to talk about from the section I read and then copied here for you to read. Okay? No need to answer I will talk now.
Don Nelson has been coaching the Golden State for a long time, over 16 seasons of years? How do the Golden State not tell Mr. Don, "We are sorry the un-happy news we bring you is that we lose every year in voting results and never get voted into the playoffs. We think that no one likes us and that Mr. Don and his big stomach are the problem. Could you please move your office into your car and drive away. Don't come back on Monday. We will be renting out your office to someone else. We know the stapler is ours so do not try stealing it and we do not believe you that it is jammed and is no good anymore. We still want it so please leave it on the desk that is also not yours and will not be allowed to go with you, strapped to the roof of your car. We will miss you Mr. Don and we give you certificate of participation. We get it signed by all your players and framed. You give us a check for the cost of the frame and we mail it to the new office you rent out from another National Basketball of America team. Goodbye Mr. Don." How do you not tell Mr. Don this after 12 seasons without getting voted into the playoffs?
Next, who is Chris Weaver?
Why was he traded to a team that doesn't exist? The Washington Bullets are no team of the National Basketball of America. I am confused because they are also the team that the Golden State win championship verse in great voting victory upset, I look on the espn and there is no DC Bullet on list of the top 30 National Basketball of America teams. Are they worse than the top 30 teams? Why if the Bullets so bad like little cap gun are they allowed making it to Championship of America? Easy voting victory for the Golden state in my mind's opinion on the subject of 1974-75 basketball America conference of champions. It is as easy as healthy human being waking up and succeeding on victory of touching the floor with the feet on their legs in a normal sleeping situation where the said bed of sleeping is no more than 11 feet off the ground.
Mr. Webber must have felt pretty bad getting traded to a team that either doesn't exist or is not even in the top 30 national basketball America team. I have a thought in my head at this moment that maybe the Bullet shooters are not National basketball of America team, but are a National basketball of Canada (the NBC) team. I will look for Washington Canada and let you know what I find.
One last note, you have to feel sorry--like a child who forgets it's own birthday and doesn't get birthday presents anyway because everyone else forgot too--for any coach, Jim Lynam, who is asked to coach a team who doesn't exist or is located in Canada.
okay? okay. Goodnight.