Everybody and their baby’s momma’s momma, Ms. Jackson, has heard or seen D. Wade and Jimmy Butler’s comments about their teammates not appearin’ to care etc. They both went off after Wednesday night’s “L” to Atlanta 119-114 where between the two of them they put up 73 points. Then Rajon Rondo fired back at those duns in an Instagram post talkin’ about how his vets (Paul Pierce and KG) didn’t handle things that way etc. They put in work ALL of the time and didn’t pick and choose when they played or practiced.
It got so thick that boyz had to have a player’s only meeting on Friday and the truth finally fell out of the closet. Comes to find out that the younger players have got beef with D. Wade for not practicin’ enough. Apparently Hoiberg and D. Wade made a deal that ole boy bein’ 35 years old wasn’t goin’ to practice all of the time because of his age etc.
When Wade was asked whether he took what Rondo said on Instagram personally he responded with this:
“I could take it as a personal attack, but what’s that going to do for me? I’m going to come in here and fight Rajon because he said his vets practiced every day. I’m 35, I’m not practicing every day. I mean, that’s very clear. Everyone has their own things. My vets did different things too. They were very successful with what they did in Boston. That’s what they did.”
He goes on to say, “That’s his leadership, that’s his way of leading. Just like my way of leading is my way of leading. When I come out and here and tell you guys and smile and say all these positive things. That’s my way of leading. When I come in and say I’m pissed off, that’s my way of leading. It’s not always what people want to hear. It’s not always the popular thing.”
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! It’s time for D. Wade to hang it up bruh! There comes a time when it’s time to move on playa. When you can’t practice and do what the rest of the team is doin’ on a daily basis then it’s time to hang ‘um up. Why? because it’s kills team chemistry. You can’t be the cat that doesn’t practice when everybody else has to. It’s called buildin’ resentment and it’s real.
That’s that same foolishness Kobe was on before he finally retired 3 years too late. Not practicin’ and then showin’ up and cursin’ boyz out. Excuse my grammar pimpin’ but cats ain’t takin’ that. If you can’t do what everybody else is doin’ then they aren’t about to listen to you talk crazy to them. And please don’t give me that whole “He got rings” foolishness either. These cats may be young but they are still grown tail men bruh! And that’s the edited version. Just because you were on a team that won championships when you were much younger doesn’t mean that you are the same cat that you were then now! Who’s foolin’ who?
Boyz were screamin’ that same foolishness about Kobe. However, when Kobe won those 5 titles he was practicin’ and playin’ everyday. He wasn’t skippin’ practice and showin’ up to them once a month. How do I know that? Because you can’t win a championship by not practicin’!
It is what it is playa. At some point you gotta move on. You can’t play forever and when you can no longer participate in all team activities with everybody else then it’s time to shut it down.
Let me put it where the goats can get it. If you show up to the club one day and everybody is dressed funny, with stupid hair cuts, the music is too loud and it doesn’t sound right and nobody’s slow jammin’. It ain’t everybody else playa. It’s you! You’ve out grown the joint and it’s time for you to move on to the juke joint where they play the music real low and duns sit at the bar all night. It is what it is. But you can’t get fired up because everybody in the club is on something else. You’re just too old!!
It’s time for D. Wade to go somewhere and sit down! It was good while it lasted but it’s over playa. And how is he gonna get mad at some duns about not playin’ hard when he signed with these duns for the bread anyway. He knew that he wasn’t goin’ to win anything in Chicago when he took the $23 million. So get your money D. Wade and stop actin’ like you care at this point bruh. Stop me when I start lyin’.
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
2) Pimpin’: noun – It’s whoever I’m passionately tryin’ to get my point across to.
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.