Paul George is at it again bruh! This dun has been in the league for seven years and hasn’t figured out what questions to answer and what joints not to answer or should I say answer truthfully. Some joints require the standard file answer to keep it movin’ but this dude continues to throw his teammates under the bus when he should know better.
After losin’ again in Cleveland 117-111 to go down 0-2 to the Cavs this cat throws a full plate of manuer in Lance Stephenson’s face after a reporter set him up and he fell for the Oakey Doke. Ole boy asked him about Lance’s behavior durin’ the game and instead of him not sayin’ what he was thinkin’ the dun regurgitated all over the podium by sayin’,
“He’s got to learn to control himself and be in the moment. Lance, in our locker room, is looked upon as a leader. His body language has to improve — just for the team. We all know that Lance is an emotional guy. A lot of it is his heart and his competitiveness. That emotion comes out of him. He’s got to channel that toward making effort plays on the court and doing whatever he needs for us to succeed.”
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! This is the foolishness that Paul George is known for around this piece bruh! You all are just now seein’ it because the post-game pressers are goin’ national because it’s the playoffs. He does this type of foolishness weekly bruh. I’m often walkin’ out of the locker room shakin’ my head like, “really bruh, did you really just say that?” He doesn’t know how to give a standard answer to a question that in my opinion are dumb questions.
The number one dumb question that most of these fake media-types ask is when they ask one player about what another player was doin’. Growin’ up in the hood that’s always been off limits. You never ask someone about what someone else was doin’ and you sure as heck don’t answer that question. If you want to know something about someone else then ask them directly. That’s a rule that you ONLY understand if you grew up in the ghetto. It’s obvious that Paul George didn’t grow up in the ghetto.
He threw CJ Miles under the bus on Saturday after ole boy took the shot that he gave up. He complained publicly about not gettin’ the rock back with 4 seconds left when he was the dun that gave up his dribble. Wheredeydodadat? If you’re the franchise player then you should be able to break the double team in the middle of the floor and get off a shot but he didn’t and gave up the rock. I’ve been watchin’ this type of foolishness for years with this cat. This ain’t knew!
If we’re goin’ to talk then let’s talk turkey bruh. PG was one of the reasons Lance bounced the first time. Don’t act like you don’t remember after the Pacers were eliminated from the Eastern Conference Finals by Miami and some fake media-type asked him if he wanted to play with Lance next year. He responded in front of real live human beings, “I don’t know!”
C’mon playa! Even if you felt that way you can’t say it publicly. This is the type of foolishness that Paul George does all of the time. Lance The Don Dada is the reason why the Pacers are even in the Playoffs! Lance not controllin’ his emotions is the reason the Pacers took Cleveland to double overtime at Quicken Loans and then winnin’ five straight to even make the freakin’ playoffs.
Stop actin’ brand new!! Lance is the leader of this team and he’s only been on it for a few weeks! What does that say about Paul George? That he’s clearly not the leader and that he’s got a problem with Lance bein’ the dun that can fire boyz up. If a boy can come in and take control of the emotions of the team in a matter of weeks somebody needs to do some soul searchin’.
Does ANYBODY think that the Pacers would be in the playoffs right now without Lance? So why would Paul tell the world that he needs to control his emotions?
You can’t bring him in, want his emotions to get to the playoffs and then tell him to turn them off now that everybody’s watchin’. It doesn’t work that way playa. You get all of him of none of him.
Lance was the reason in 2014 that they even got to a Game 6 in the Eastern Conference Finals and boyz tried to play him crazy. Remember when he was blowin’ in LeBron’s ear? Well guess what pimpin’? He held King James to 7 points and 24 minutes in Game 5 because he got LeBron so frustrated that he was in foul trouble all night! But after the fact boyz tried to play Lance like he was the problem!!!
This is par for the course for Paul George. If you’re goin’ to be the leader then lead and that means you can’t discuss teammates in a negative light in front of company. It’s like bein’ family bruh! No matter how much your brother gets on your nerves you can’t talk about him in public and nobody else better say anything about him either or it’s gonna be a problem.
Paul hasn’t figured out that concept yet and that’s the reason why his success will be limited because in order to win at the highest level you’ve got to be able to embrace the differences in your teammates and you can’t reprimand them publicly. Michael Jordan NEVER once said a negative word publicly about Dennis Rodman. 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) Oakey Doke: noun – foolishness
3) This Piece: noun – this place
4) Wheredeydodatat: Hood for “Who does that?”
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!