Why Some Locals Root For Miami Heat

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Posted June 21, 2012 by Jeff Prince in Blotch
basketball

The NBA Finals that the Dallas Mavericks failed to reach because owner Mark Cuban blew up the team (I digress) is approaching Game 5 tonight.

The Miami Heat leads the Oklahoma City Thunder 3-1 in the best of seven series.

NBA fans love to hate the Heat.

They consider Miami Heat star LeBron James a spoiled brat for dumping his old team in Cleveland and moving to sunny, sandy Miami.

Sounds pretty smart.

I hate the heat because I live in Texas where it gets hot enough to fry eggs on a forehead. But I don’t hate the Heat.

Some locals even love the Heat.

Why?

Following the bouncing ball. Or, in this case, follow the bouncing frack job.

The rebellious brain of local environmentalist Don Young explains: “The Oklahoma City Thunder is partially owned by Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon. The team plays at Chesapeake Energy Arena, which was purchased with dirty money.”

Swish.


2 Comments


  1.  
    Jack

    McClendon will do anything to keep on building wealth, consequences be damned. Keep that in mind as they pull out of the area leaving behind miles and miles of pipeline.

    Question. How many of these pipeline companies do you think are inspecting their easements on a regular basis? If you ask that question and get a yes ask them to prove it. You won’t like what you don’t get. It’s not just about what’s under the ground but what goes on above it as well.




  2.  
    Don Young

    VICTORY!





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