The Jay Graves Report

Paul George just got to OKC and still doesn’t know how to close his darn mouth! “IF”

"Now I gotta tell you up front that I've got diarrhea of the mouth so don't ask me nothin'!" Photo: @okcthunder/ Twitter

In a interview published in Sports Illustrated on Tuesday Paul George told boyz how Kevin Durant sold him on OKC. He said that ole boy told him things like,  ‘That place will blow you away.” He went to say that KD broke it down like, ‘They can offer what other teams can’t in terms of the people and the preparation and the facility, down to the chefs and the meals.’ He was pretty high on them. He thought it was a first-class organization in every way.” While PG was soakin’ in the advice he didn’t pay attention to the fact that KD just dipped to go to Golden State the year before.

Never listen to a boy tell you how great a place is when they voluntarily dipped for greener pastures. That’s like a dun tellin’ you how great his ex-girlfriend was when he was the one that broke up with her in the first place.

But that’s not even what I wanted to holler at you boyz about bruh. Paul George hasn’t been in OKC 24 good hours and he’s makin’ the same mistakes in the media that he made in Indiana. Talkin’ too darn much!! And that’s the edited version. Durin’ the interview with Sports Illustrated he couldn’t just keep it simple. Naw bruh, he had to jump out of the birthday cake butt naked foamin’ at the mouth promises too much.

Everybody and their baby’s momma knows that the dun wants to go to LA in 2018. It’s darn near a fact. So instead of tellin’ cats in the media up front that he’s not discussin’ his plans for 2018. He jumps off of the darn roof head first and lands right in the punch bowl sayin’:

“I want to be in a good system, a good team. I want a shot to win it. I’m not a stats guy. I’m playing this game to win and build a legacy of winning. I’ve yet to do that. I’m searching for it. If we get a killer season in Oklahoma, we make the conference finals or upset the Warriors or do something crazy, I’d be dumb to want to leave that.”

Let’s pause on that last sentence like a comma bruh. “If we get a killer season in Oklahoma, we make the conference finals or upset the Warriors or do something crazy, I’d be dumb to want to leave that.” The word “If” is a conjunction that means in case that; granting or supposing that; on condition that. The conjunction means that there is something followin’ whatever the dun just said before that. So to us the word “If” in front of fans that will hold you to whatever you say, and in most cases, whatever you don’t say, is crazy.

Let’s keep it  real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Excuse my grammar bruh, Paul George knows he ain’t stayin’ in Oklahoma so why even put the “if” on the table? Now granted he’s not gettin’ anywhere near the conference finals or beatin’ Golden State but what “if” they do something crazy. What “if” Golden State has a rash of injuries and the entire Western Conference gets food poison from eatin’ Thelma’s cookin’ up in the Robert Taylor Homes when they play the Thunder and they get to the Finals? I’m just sayin’! 

Stop lyin’ to duns and just stop talkin’!! Just say, “I’m here to play basketball and I’m not discussin’ 2018 at all. So you can ask all season long but I’m not answerin’ that question. Period!!! At some point he’s gonna learn. Stop me when I start lyin’!

Playas Thesaurus: 

1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.

2) Thelma: noun – the character from the 197-‘s sitcom Good Times that couldn’t cook.

3) Robert Taylor Homes: noun – the former projects on the South Side of Chicago where the show Good Times portrayed.

The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”

The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!