It’s a slow news day, so why not use it to laugh at a former Card and someone that UofL fans wish was a former Card?
—You guys know Terrence Williams. The high-flying, bad shot taking, knuckle-headed, gun-wielding a**hat that once played basketball for the University of Louisville. Oh yeah, he also signed an autograph by dissing John Wall. But that’s all in the past. Wall is out there showing he’s a force to be reckoned with, but T-Will has become a philosopher in his own right. He may look like a fool in messing up the idiom “word TO the wise” (which reminds me of this clip from BTTF2…”Make like a tree and LEAVE, you idiot!”), but his advice could save your marriage. @TheRealTWill could not be keeping it any more real, am I right?
Anyways, that great decision maker stuck with his intellectual streak by letting his 37k+ followers know the secret to getting down.
—In other news, Sebastian Telfair got taken to school by a girl. Okay, simply calling her a ‘girl’ doesn’t quite do her justice – her name is Cappie Pondexter and she was the 2007 WNBA Finals MVP. Still, it’s hilarious. Telfair was arguably the best playing coming out of high school his senior year, and now he’s struggling to guard a female. Yes, I understand this game wasn’t very serious and that it was a fun battle, but there’s a reason Telfair never developed into a major talent professionally. He’s on the Timberwolves roster at the moment, which is his 5th team. His image is still recovering from that embarrassing loaded-gun/suspended-license incident in 2007.
Telfair is most famous around these parts for being the highest ranked prospect to ever commit to Louisville…and then leave them at the alter when he declared for the NBA straight out of high school. Many (including Pitino) say Telfair is the reason they didn’t get Rajon Rondo. And for that, we thank you, Sebastian. Now continue on with your sucking.
We’ve got enough videos on the site today, so if you want to witness Cappie v. Telfair…WATCH THE VIDEO HERE.
h/t to @ComicKevinJones for sending this in