KeepBynum wrote:Did Jack wear a Clippers or Suns jersey to those games? No he didn't. Snoop Dogg wore a CELTICS jersey. No one who wears a Celtics jersey is a legit Lakers fan. How the hell am I diminishing local Lakers fans opinions? Learn how to read. Nowhere did I say that.
So let me get this straight - Jack went to a Clipper game SUPPORTING the Clippers (literally,
days after the Lakers were eliminated), while Snoop wore a Celtics jersey while performing at a Boston concert... and Snoop is the bandwagoner? Your logic has the structure of a Brazilian favela.
The bottom line is WHO F CARES WHAT THESE GUYS DO. Celebs are regular people who put on their pant legs one at a time. You Texas boys need to come out to Cali and learn not how to be so starstruck
KeepBynum wrote:I really don't understand why it's so hard to comprehend. The Boston Celtics are the ENEMY. Always have and will be. They've ended our title dreams several times and vice versa. Beating them in 2010 was incredibly sweet. Best moment as a fan for me by far. I HATE the Celtics will every ounce in my body. Snoop betrayed the Lakers fan base. Screw him.
Listen, I understand the Lakers/Celtics rivalry. I'm a goddamn Lakers fan, I hate them. Do you honestly think I don't understand this dynamic between the two teams? Now what I don't understand is why you can't comprehend this - Snoop has done things for LA & Cali that are more significant than putting on a green jersey.
If you can't accept this idea from a guy who was born and raised in LA... then I'll "learn to read" as soon as you can comprehend concepts that are more complex than 'us vs. them', or 'the stupid guys wear green because they're stupid'. Deal? Deal.
"that is greatness right there, you can't stop greatness" - Charles Barkley on Kobe Bryant, 2010 WCFs