Kwame Brown: Always Ours
When I heard there was a hott hott hott new blog called Kwame Brown Sucks ("Chronicling Kwame Brown's Crappy Career"), I naturally assumed the blog was founded by a disgruntled Lakers fan, or maybe the person on the other end of the birthday cake. But nay, I misunderestimated the power of the Washington fan's lingering Kwame hatred, which lingers like the stench of crumpled-up frosting-stained unlaundered suits. The site was, in fact, founded by a Wiz fan, who writes:
I'm a Wizards/Bullets fan who is still upset that we wasted a #1 pick on Kwame Brown....I should have started this site 3 years ago. Better late than never. This blog will solely consist of links to stories about Kwame Brown sucking as a basketball player or as a person. Oh and Ernie Grunfeld is the greatest GM ever for trading him away for Caron Butler - who should be an all star.
Godspeed, Kwame-hating blogger. But please, post a link to the story where he makes soggy his keys to success.
And Bog friend The Cavalier over at !!Yay!!Sports!!, who claims to have registered the domain name KWAMEVSCAKE.COM, rushed to the cafe presses and produced a Kwame cake t-shirt. The quantity and quality of blogland Wizards t-shirt production is on-par with Gilbert's birthday party and James Lang's increasing comfort with the press on my list of 2006-07 season highlights.
(Side note: when the Wizards locker room heard of the Kwame cake story, major [blank] ensued, but I was 100 percent prohibited from writing what happened. I can't even use a noun to describe what ensued. Sorry.)
Anyhow, in more cake love, The Cavalier attracted a curious reader who poses questions like, "why was the cake on the man's back? was he running away? did kwame at first merely threaten to assault him with it??" And the Wizznutzz then, in addition to writing the definitive for-all-time Scoop Jackson takedown, produce the "top six greatest DC basketball off-court Food and Beverage incidents," which includes "Rod Strickland and CHico DeBarge busted for throwing bottles in a TGI Fridays parking lot" and "Rod Strickland vomitng Half smokes on the bench," which is perhaps only marginally "off-court" but is a nice way to enter the lunch hour, nonetheless.
(From the Wilbon chat linked above:
This is an actual conversation from a Rod Strickland hot dog grab one night.
Reporter: Rod, you can't eat that. You'll get sick and throw up!
Rod: I know. Won't be the first time...or the last...Can you slide me that mustard?)
January 25, 2007; 11:13 AM ET
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