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The Ghost (How the Pacers got shook by the illusion of Phil too)

"They really believe you're gonna do something! Yep!"
I jumped on the subway headed over to Madison Square Garden after kickin’ it with the fellas in Brooklyn and ended up sittin' next to some cats discussing mediocrity. Uta Hagen, the famous actress, said, “We must overcome the notion that we must be regular…it robs you of the chance to be extraordinary and leads you to the mediocre.” Edwin Louis Cole, the founder of the Christian Men’s Network, stood up and shouted, “Mediocre men work at their best; men seeking excellence strive to do better.” Then William Arthur Ward, the famous writer, got boyz attention with, “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”

Well it looks like the great teacher inspired the Knicks to beat the Eastern Conference leading Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night 92-86. Ole Phil has the duns in New York smelling themselves too. For the past few days it’s been literally impossible have a real conversation with anybody with a New York accent bruh.

Let them tell it, they’ve already won the NBA championship next year. Right now Phil could sell everybody in New York shag carpet, bell bottom pants, an 8-track converter for the ride and that dull red 45 record adapter that boyz could never hold on to for top dollar. Listen up son, Phil ain't coaching!

The Knicks came into Wednesday’s match up with Indiana on a six game win streak and having Phil in the house had boyz thinking on another level. But on some real talk, they were mediocre at best playing some duns that haven’t gotten any better since December.

Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! A win is a win so give the Knicks props for walking out of the joint holdin’. However, at this point they’re still 4 games behind Atlanta for the final playoff spot in the East. So unless Phil has some magic jumping beans in his pocket these duns are still New York and still owned by ole dull James Dolan.

It's still the Knicks for crying out loud bruh!

What the boyz in New York don't realize is that Phil is still gonna be living between New York and LA! So how can you run the joint effectively and not be there all of the time? That dun is gonna pull a Sam Rostein on 'em. He's gonna be in front of the computer with a suit on from the waist up and be in my Bernie Mac voice, "Bucket Naked" from the waist down. At least Rostein had on his underwear bruh.

That dun just hit you for $12 million cuz you were thirsty! Do you really think that he's all in for the next five years bruh? The same cat that told the Lakers that he would only coach the team if they gave him $15 million to only coach the home games. He just robbed some grimy New York cats with the oldest trick in the book. He stuck you up with his fingers under his shirt bruh!

The real problem is with the Pacers! How do you lose a game where you hold the other team to 39 percent shooting from the field and 23 percent shooting from behind the arc? Granted, Mello went off for 34 and Amare’ added 21 to the kitty but there was nobody else in the ride playboy!

Did the ghost of Phil really have boyz shook? What’s up with Paul George lately? I know boyz don’t wanna say it but I will. You gotta take the superstar moniker off of that dun because he can’t handle the heat of the lights. It seems like ever since the stripper situation reared its head ole boy hasn’t been the same. He got the bread and then the broads dove in his ride and now he can’t figure out how to keep driving.

The big homie Albert Einstein once said, “Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.” In other words playboy, you gotta pay attention to what’s most important. You make the call! It’s either gonna be the broads, drama, broad and drama or hoop? You gotta pick one bruh! Now you can dabble in all of them but one has to be top priority.

Don’t even get me started on Roy Hibbert! Here’s my die hard Pacer fan screamin’ from the roof top, “You can’t say a word about Roy today bruh! He got out of the ride last night and gave us 20 points and was 8 of 10 from the floor. Now what dawg?” At 7’2” 290 lbs. he’s supposed to give you 20 points playa but where was he on the boards? The dun had 3 freakin’ rebounds and NO BLOCKS! Wheredeydodatat?

The bench must have been over at Coney Island somewhere because they combined for 13 total points. The rest of the Pacers starters must have been up in the Bronx at a block party listening to break beats with DJ Hollywood and Cool Herc! Every now and then I gotta let these young boyz know that hip hop is a culture not just something that you listen to. If you gone rep it, you gotta know the history of it playboy! I'm just sayin'.

It wasn’t that New York was so inspired by the ghost pimpin’! It was that the Pacers didn’t show up to play! They had 35 points at the break. I couldn’t figure out whether I was watching the duns in the NCAA Tournament “play in” games or the NBA?

All I know is, boyz better figure out who they’re going to be before the playoffs start because it’s gonna be a problem getting past cats that are hungrier than they are right now. Next up the Bulls and they ain’t playin’ right now! Stop me when I start lyin’!

Holla At Ya Boy!

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