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What would you like to see Brian Scalabrine do with his post career? I've been thinking about it, and it seems like he could make a run for politics. He could settle decisions on the court. Horse, around the world, taps, knockout, he would crush all of the politicians at any game you can think of on the BBall court. Brian Scalabrine for sentor? Who wouldn't vote for him? Just a thought.
If you aren't following him, @Scalabrine is Scal's twitter handle. He's been imparting filthy wisdom to all his followers. I'll get his feed up on the site soon. Some of the infallible sayings:
This article just came out about Brian Scalabrine, and it is choice. But it makes me beg the question:
Are all of these GM's braindead? Or are they just waiting for the right moment to make the signing of a lifetime? Scalabrine will benefit any team he plays on, guaranteed. Just read that article and tell me you don't smell dedication and a great mentor. And as for marketing, are you kidding this guy is a goddamn juggernaut for merchandise.
Brian Scalabrine was born into the human race with little fanfare. Growing up on the Long Beach of California did not prepare him for what was to come.
He had the potential to be anything. A human giant, the face of Maybelline, the first dictator of the USA, or even the first human to bend time and force earth into a new renaissance.
But of all the gifts Brian could choose to bestow on the people of earth, he chose only one: Basketball.
The sport came naturally to him, and often his friends would spend the majority of games worshipping him and begging him for mercy.
His skillset was vast - he could shoot threes, dunk from a handstand, shoot free throws while having blood drawn, and conjure demons to alley oop the ball to. He could gain as much weight as he wanted with absolutely no decrease in statistical output.
However, he didn’t want to just be a circus sideshow, appearing on the late night circuit to be marvelled at. He wanted to play the game the right way and earn his place in history as a warrior steed.
So he joined the NBA.
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