Good evening everyone and welcome to another semi-annual weekly daily show presented by yours truly. Today's topic - Thanksgiving! This is a big holiday that is meant to be spent with loved ones such as family, friends, Jesus the mexican gardner who tirms your wifes "hedges" when you're at work, and so forth.
Here is a complete guide to get prepared for tomorrow:
Step 1 - Watch this video. Become a trukey hunter and find the best turkey
"Hoes on my d**k because I stuff her turkey / hoes on my d**k she be snackin on my jerky"
Step 3: The prayer Before you eat, make sure you recite a prayer. Whatever your religion is but make sure you thank the big fella up there. I'd make mines memorable
Step 4: FEAST.. channel your inner kobyashi Hey, enjoy the food! You'll be stuffed so drop any diets and be a man. Eat like men!
But at the end of the day, you'll be happy and have a great day with your family and friends. Here's to you my NBAdraft.net family. Hope y'all have a great day tomorrow!
Happy Thanksgiving...I love you guys
It’s a line of thought that the Knicks—the present-day tenants of the new Madison Square Garden—have embraced this offseason.
(On a side note, Lin’s departure could be a good thing for everyone involved. He played his best away when Anthony was out with a groin injury in February and Anthony was at his best when Lin went down with a knee injury in late March)
The Nets’ eagerness to be liked extends throughout the organization.
Madison Square Garden will still sell out, with or without Lin. The team doesn’t have to address the subject to appease fans, because fans continue to pour into the arena.
As much as Coach Casey appreciated last season’s defensive effort, he hasn’t been able to resist explaining how Lowry and Fields will give him defenders on the perimeter who can defend their own man without help. Lowry represents a significant upgrade over Jose Calderon defensively and as impressive as James Johnson’s defensive statistics were last season, when Casey replaced him with D-League call-up Alan Anderson, the Raptors’ defense didn’t miss a beat.