|"You talk to Big Momma? Yeah! She said to handle your business bruh!"|
Well it looks like the Indiana Pacers dominant thoughts these days are to beat the brakes off of whoever shows up at the crib trying to sell something. The Sacramento Kings just happened to be the cat selling vacuum cleaners on Tuesday night and got beat 116-92. It wouldn’t have mattered if they were selling shoe polish or some old school encyclopedias, they would have taken it on the chin bruh.
I guess they didn’t see the sign out front not to ring the doorbell because they rang it anyway. Big Momma answered the door, cursed them out and then let the boyz loose on them right on the front porch.
Paul George unloaded 31 points, making four 3-pointers in the process. Then David West ran out on the porch still in his Spiderman pajamas and reeled off 16 points and 8 rebounds as Lance Stephenson threw 13 stink bombs out of the second floor window on these boyz.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Lance Stephenson is the most important cat on this Pacers team! However, Paul George is the best player! Why? Because Lance is the attitude that the Pacers play with. He may not lead the team in scoring every night but he leads the team in edge and attitude.
He’s the dun that gets the crowd excited when boyz are in transition. He’s gonna give you some Brooklyn flavor, some street ball funk mixed with a little bit of All-Star game appeal all in one rip down the floor. Then after the bucket is made whether he makes it or dishes it, he’s gonna give you something after the play; a wiggle, a Katy Perry Roar or just a look like, “What?”
Where I’m from that’s called pleasing the crowd playboy and crowds paying good money wanna be pleased! Asking in my Maximus voice, “Were you not entertained?”
Once ole boy selling the vacuums started taking a beat down his boy, DeMarcus Cousins, jumped out of the van and threw some punches in the third quarter like a beast! At one point he had 19 of their first 25 points in the quarter. Not only was he throwing blows but he was all over the front door with 13 rebounds.
However, as much as ole boy fought as he ended up with 31 points, the home office called the radio in the truck and told him not to waste his time because they weren’t gonna sell a thing at this house. They told him to get back in the ride before he gets hurt because they’ve got to go to Minnesota on Wednesday. They’ve got a better shot of selling a boy something up there.
The cats living at 125 S. Pennsylvania Street have a serious reputation of gettin’ it in when boyz come over trying to sell something. They haven’t bought but once this season and it’s going to be hard convincing them to buy anything else the remainder of the season. Is it ground hog day yet? Because unless that dun sees his shadow everybody's in trouble around this piece.
They’re the best defensive unit on the block and once again they proved it on Tuesday night by holding the Kings to under 100 points. Keep in mind that Sacramento has scored at least 100 points in 18 of it’s previous 19 games bruh!
With this win Frank Vogel and his staff clenched the opportunity to coach the Eastern Conference during the All-Star game! Big Up’s to Frank for listening to Big Momma and continuing to send these boyz out on the porch to fight every night whether they’re at home or over at Pookie and Ray Ray nem’s house.
All a parent wants to know is that their kids can defend themselves when they leave home in the morning and have the ability to make good decisions! If you can survive out here in these streets you’ll be alright. When boyz come to your house they’ve got to respect you because your dominant thoughts are to protect the crib and the Pacers continue to do that! Stop me when I stop lyin’!
Holla At Ya Boy!
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