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Pro Sports NBA - is all about money

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Pro Sports NBA - is all about money

Postby Thinktank » Oct 18th, 2017, 10:19 am



The big guys of the NBA sit back and think of new ways to create interest in Pro Sports - so they can extract $billions
from the sheeple. They earn $billions from TV deals and market themselves around the world.

But then someone breaks his leg. They wanted Cleveland and Boston to be rivals. They wanted to market Kyrie Irving VS
Lebron James. But then someone breaks his leg.

What do you think about Pro Sports and their big greedy business people who market it to the rest of us sheeple
so they can make a fortune?




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Ukraine is broke, and undertook a war on that portion of the country that provided 30% of GDP. Now a draft, for an army, for a war, for a government that will - get this - implement IMF/EU *austerity*.
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Re: Pro Sports NBA - is all about money

Postby vegas1500 » Oct 18th, 2017, 2:01 pm

of course its all about the money...............its a business.

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Re: Pro Sports NBA - is all about money

Postby Thinktank » Oct 18th, 2017, 5:42 pm

vegas1500 wrote:.....its a business.


Pro Sports sometimes teaches about life too.

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that's Isaiah Thomas, the NBA leading scorer. At 5'9" short, it was amazing that he was the top scorer.
He gave everything to the Boston Celtics.

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Almost the exact day the playoffs started, Isaiah's sister died in a car accident. The first thing people noticed was:
How come she has a 2000 Toyota? Why didn't the guy making $10 million buy his sister a new car? Maybe he said "it's business."

A few days later Thomas injured his hip

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Danny Ainge, Boston's manager told Isaiah to keep playing - it's playoffs, it's a business, he probably said. But Isaiah possibly made the injury worse by continuing to play. Isaiah Thomas might have ruined his career - because it's a business. So Danny Ainge traded him, and brought in two new superstar players.
It's a business.

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That's Grodon Hayward, one of the new players Danny Ainge brought in to replace Thomas. He went to Boston to get maximum money - fans figured he was not loyal enough to them and burned his jersey.


In the first minutes of the new season with his new team - Hayward gets injured. Will Danny Ainge trade him because it's a business?

The moral of the story is this - when people say "it's a business' and have no loyalty to their friends, it could backfire on them.

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That's Tim Duncan ^. He went against the "it's a business" rule, by accepting less pay each year. He's one of the winningest
players in NBA history. Maybe it isn't a business after all.


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