Jack Nickluas once said, “The best way to cope with trouble is to stay out of it as much as possible.” Thomas Paine gave it to us like this, “The real man smiles in trouble, gathers strength from distress, and grows brave by reflection.” Then Theodore Roosevelt shut the buildin’ down when he spit, “If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn’t sit for a month.”
Well playas…the Golden State Warriors shouldn’t sit for at least 3 months because they are solely responsible for this foolishness that we’re beginnin’ to see out them. On Friday night they went out to LA and got dog walked by the young snotty nose Lakers 117-97. Sure, they’ve only lost 2 of their first 6 games but there are problems loomin’ for these boyz and everybody and their baby’s momma want to act like they can’t see it.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Golden State is in trouble because they’ve completely disrupted the flow of their offense and it’s only goin’ to get worse. Since nobody has the gonads to say it, I will. Golden State didn’t need another shooter bruh!! They averaged 115 points per game without Kevin Durant playboy. It’s not even possible for them to score any more than that because the game isn’t goin’ to get longer. So guess what pimpin’? Somebody is is goin’ to have to sacrifice shots.
So who’s gotta give up them up? Klay Thompson and duns like Draymond Greene. Why? Because there’s only one ball and both KD and Steph aren’t givin’ up shot attempts because they are the superstars on the roster. KD is goin’ to get his because he’s the MOST complete player on the team.
On Friday night Steph went 0-10 from behind the arc which is a anomaly. By not knockin’ down a 3 it broke a record of 157 consecutive games with one. Goin’ into Thursday night’s game against the OKC, Klay Thompson was 3-28 from 3- point range and on Friday night against the Lakers he went 4-18 from the field and 2-10 from 3! However, KD is ballin’! He put up 39 against OKC and 27 against the Lakers. Need to panic? Not with Steph but with those other duns, a resounding YES is in order!!!
Steph’s not worryin’ about his shots but duns like Klay and Draymond are startin’ to feel the pressure just 6 games into this foolishness. Before, Klay could pull up without the pressure of worryin’ about that joint goin’ in. Now that he’s goin’ to be givin’ up opportunities to even shoot that joint. So now he’s shootin’ and worryin’ about gettin’ buckets. Now he won’t ever say it but it’s happenin’ right before our eyes. Just pay attention to this foolishness play out.
Look for Draymond to lead the league in technical fouls this year because he’s goin’ to have a problem with what the experts call “Displaced Anger.” It’s when a boy routs his anger away from healthy expression through a copin’ mechanism. For example, displacement is the process of movin’ anger away from the actual target (KD for changin’ his role in the offense) onto a target the mind feels may be safer (the dun on the other team).
Draymond already knows that he was playin’ in the perfect system for him at 6’7″ bruh! He’s not really a 3, 4 or a 5. Why? Because he’s not really athletic or smooth enough to be a 3 and definitely not tall enough to protect and play a true 5. Is he a 4? uhhhhh? Not really sure bruh. But with the way Golden State’s offense was constructed in the past he was able to hide his deficiencies. With KD in the line up gettin’ shots when he wants them, it’s a problem.
Remember this bruh, they got rid of Andrew Bogut! So they have no legitimate big worth two dead flies smashed. Well, they’ve got David West but he’s on the back end of his career bouncin’ around from team to team tryin’ to “hap” up on a championship.
Give it 25 or 30 games in and these ole fake media-types will start tellin’ you what I just told you 6 games into the season. Y’all gone start lyin’ to me bruh and stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Spit: verb – to say
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) Put it where the goats can get it: verb phrase – to make it as elementary as possible. To put it at ground level so everyone can understand it.
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its REAL talk!