Pros Placed in the Mole’s Hole

Posted: March 19, 2010 in General Sports, MLB, NBA, NFL
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Mike Dunleavy:  After 6 ½ years with the Los Angeles Clippers organization as a general manager and coach, Mike Dunleavy got the boot after going a dismal 215-325.  Most might have foreseen this firing coming given how pathetic the Clippers have been during the Dunleavy tenure, but no not Mike.  Mr. Dunleavy claims he was utterly shocked when the Clippers severed ties with him and said it completely caught him off guard.  Most believe this firing to be in direct correlation with the free agent class this upcoming year as the Clippers will heavily attempt to bring Lebron James to town.  I don’t know what’s more pathetic: Dunleavy not knowing he was going to be canned or the Clippers actually believing they have a chance at landing Lebron. HAHA

Derek Anderson:  It wasn’t more than seven seconds after the Cleveland Browns released the generally quiet quarterback before he decided to go all Bob Knight on the cities fans.  In an emotional email interview *lol* with a Cleveland newspaper, Derek had this to say about the Browns fan base “ruthless and don’t deserve a winner.” And, “I will never forget getting cheered when I was injured.  I know at times I wasn’t great. I hope and pray I’m playing when my team comes to town and (we) roll them.” It was less than a day later before he recanted his comments and replaced them with “I wasn’t taken out of context, but I was speaking out of frustration after my career with the Browns came to a close.”  Huh.  Well that might be awkward come Christmas time!  Don’t see him receiving a warm welcome if he comes back.  Hell, he has bigger problems then trying to roll over the Cleveland Browns, like which crappy franchise will give him a starting spot on their team.

Milton Bradley:  With his recent trade to the Seattle Mariners, Milton Bradley has now been on eight different teams in his ten seasons in the league.  He gets passed around more than a bong at Cheech and Chong’s house on 4/20.  No, that’s not why Milton is back in the news.  Instead, he is back in the limelight after he did an interview with ESPN’s Colleen Dominguez and made outrageous statements that paid all Chicago Cubs fans as racist bigots.  He claimed that he never left his house except for one time when his friend came to town because he feared for his life.  I felt like Colleen Dominguez was interviewing Lindsay Lohan with how dramatic Bradley was being.  It was just another glorious moment in the life of Milton Bradley.  Good work sir, good work!

Tori Hunter:  Tori Hunter decided to bring out his inner Rush Limbaugh recently when he came out and unleashed a tongue lashing on the MLB for its recent flooding of Latin players.  Tori was quoted as saying, “People see dark faces out there, and the perception is that they’re African American; they’re not us. They’re impostors.”  These bold comments seem a little harsh and irrational coming from a man who spends a majority of his free time helping out the pro-Hispanic Los Angeles community.  Doesn’t it? Either way, don’t expect to see too many Hispanic fans in the seats this season wearing Tori Hunter jerseys’. 


  1. Someone please tell me when was the last time Mike Dunleavy was successful?

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