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June 2011
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Why I Like Sports Writing

I read a SLAM magazine in the airport growing up that changed my life. Scoop Jackson wrote a fake dream team write up in the Purple Reign issue w/ Lakers Shaq and Kobe on the cover.

While a stretch, it was a realistic stretch. Jackson wrote “The policy: fuck it.” In a magazine! He went on to detail a hilarious cast that kept it real while balling through international competition (Iverson, Sprewell, Kobe, Vince Carter, among many greats). He used my imagination for players I loved in a positive, dope way.

I love when writer’s mostly make up own made up shit, not the same recycled garbage headlines their co-workers do. Be a funny sports writer.

Now? It’s always an attempt to analyze everything. Return to those goofy, nonsensical, F-U-N comments. I get so distracted by the wordiness in these current long ass write ups that I actually am getting more and more bored with shit these days.

6 Comments

  1. Young $narf Young $narf
    June 27, 2011    

    Cuz at the end of the day no one knows!!!!!!!!

  2. Young $narf Young $narf
    June 27, 2011    

    love is magic, simmons… show us your funny side, fuck analyzing lebron… only lebron knows

  3. Young $narf Young $narf
    June 27, 2011    

    (some irony for you lurk snarfs)

  4. Young $narf Young $narf
    August 20, 2011    

    I am enjoying more of your shit right now… mailbag!

  5. Young $narf Young $narf
    November 14, 2011    

    Getting wrapped up in the wrong side (like the anti Big 3)

  6. Young $narf Young $narf
    November 14, 2011    

    If we are desperately straining to want it for LeBron, wtf are we talking about?

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