Teamless, talentless former NBA player looking for a fall man when no one wants his crappy ass in free agency.
Not "an NBA center"
Retired NBA coach Phil Jackson sounded off on the possibility of professional gay male athletes in a new interview with HuffPost Live.
Jackson, who served as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers and the Chicago Bulls, said he'd "never run into" a gay professional basketball player throughout his career.
And the title of this thread should be amended to say "....not that there's anything wrong with that!"
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nobody that understands the NBA/basketball would claim him to be "talentless", on average he has more basketball talent than everybody a poster here has ever personally known
there is no real "fall guy" when you are 34yrs old, a center, a solid bench/defensive/niche player at the end of your career, you have play 12 years and you have made over 34million dollars in NBA pay alone
but you are free to have your opinion
Look, he is coming to an end of his usefulness. Since the NBA is something like 95% black, he has to lean on some other federally recognized protected group to cry discrimination when he is no longer wanted.