And Uncle Charles.
UPDATE: I had to.
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bone thugs n harmony isn’t a white guy thing
at least he took it like a fucking man. if there’s a 6’8″ 250 pound black charging towards me i’m getting the fuck out of the way.
MO WE ARE ALL WHITE
There’s a Bynum special on at 5am….rest up, Sambo.
I am impressed you knew that song was a tribute to Eazy E. Dying at age 30 from AIDs is impressive, kid did work as a young man.
Bynum this Bynum that. This dunk was sick. Accept it and move on…funny thing is I don’t even think mo is pulling off his common boston troll job here.
Flawless Victory. Fatality.
taintpainter – awesome, remember when that one black guy used to comment and everyone hated him.
Mo, you’re the best blogger on this site.
Does the term demographics mean anything to you?
Neither of these teams are from PA, it’s basketball and readers of the Stool are 99.99% white.
even though this happened to one of my boys, this is pretty fucking hilarious. but I’ll still never understand why it’s considered to be so embarrassing to be dunked on. Seems to me that there’s practically nothing you can do in that situation. It just looks bad, that’s all. literally anybody would be knocked over in that spot. the chances of actually swatting the guy with a full head of steam are astronomical.
also why is everybody so up in arms about Bone Thugs? One of the best and most unique acts of come out of the 1990s, I don’t care where you’re from or what you look like.
This one dunk shows everything that is wrong with basketball.
Newsflash you herbs: Sports-black ppl…pop culture/music-black ppl…Philadelphia- black ppl. What kind of white shit you would like to be blogged on here??? 401k’s and brunch spots!?!?
His life was not worth two points…just get out of the way
^the problem is that his blog is entirely made up of incomprehensible ebonic references
First five seconds of this is what it was like when I saw that dunk.
im so high. this is fucking amazing haha
Mo, I enjoyed this post more than anything else on the internet ever. Hall-of-fame video… even better GIF.
you young punks have no respect, Bone was the shit….
Your perception of what is “funny” and “cool” is so out of whack.
1st off – Bone Thugs were awesome. 2nd – that wasn’t even THAT bad in terms of getting dunked on, not much actual contact Terry was skirting him as he went up. It was just an awesome dunk.
Mo I literally created an account to tell you how much you suck. No white guy on this site cares about a dunk more than 1 minute after it happens. I know you were probably doing the “hold me back” move solo at ur apt but your readers don’t give a sh*t
1st- GREAT gif. 2nd – if you dont know and like bone thugs and are between the ages of 24-35, kill yourself.
That gif is fuckin hilarious
This is why basketball and the NBA are a joke. Lebron dunks over Terry (congratulations, you only outweigh him by 100 lbs.) and then stares him down like the pseudo-tough guy he is. This is one of the many reasons why Lebron is a bitch. If he does that after dunking over Dwight Howard or Shaq, I’ve got no problem with it. This, on the other hand, is pathetic.
And only in the NBA is this kind of disrespect towards your opponent applauded, nevermind tolerated. If this happens in the NHL, Lebron would be dropping the mitts on his next shift whether he likes it or not. In the NFL, good luck getting out of the pile unscathed. And in MLB, at least he’d get drilled next time he gets to the plate. In the NBA, they cheer for this shit.
Dunk not nearly as good as D’s
This dunk was ok at best. weeee, you dunked on a 5’10 guy you outweigh by over a hundo, if anything terry deserves credit for trying to contest that shit. got balls, if not the smartest thing in the world to do.
Blake on perkins from last year was way better.
Somebody should slap that look off LeBron’s face. He’s such a dweeb when he acts that way. Not cool just stupid.
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