NBA Comix: Mark Cuban has a Shiny Ball Too!

Mark Cuban has a Shiny Ball Too!

Look, it's just like Dwayne Wade's!

Mark Cuban has an in your face taunt on Blog Maverick that also takes a back-handed slap at San Antonio and also thanks folks for wearing their lucky cowboy boots and lucky unmentionables. Hey, they're MAVERICKS.

The Heat bloggers are a little slow getting going. The Daily Dime suggests that Miami may have its own difficult questions to answer.

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6 thoughts on “NBA Comix: Mark Cuban has a Shiny Ball Too!

  1. T Ray says:

    Don’t let your Eastern Conf. bias cloud your vision. The Mavs swept Memphis (a better team than all but Detroit and Miami from East), beat SA in their building and took out the Suns in theirs. The only reason anyone would pick Miami is because nobody has cared about the Mavericks…ever (witness the TNT postgame coverage…did the Suns win?). All will be awakened.

    Dallas has 10 fouls from 2 very big men to throw at SugarShaq and three defensive aces in Daniels, Howard and Griffin to get in Wade’s way. Who from the Heat bench will guard Stack? Who on the bench will slow Harris? And most of all who will guard Dirk? Walker? Please. Haslem? Perhaps, but he is no Matrix and Dirk was more than effective against him. Miami is 6 or 7 deep. Dallas will use 11.

    It comes to this. Miami may have better super-stars (2 to 1), but Dallas has a better team. And the best team wins a 7 game series. Just like your Pistons did to LA. Before that championship who knew the Pistons big4? Nobody. It was a shock to the NBA…just like it will be after game 5 this year.

    Have faith. The shack will be dismantled.

  2. farlane says:

    I really hope you are right. The Pistons handled the heat with ease during the regular season as well and we saw how well that turned out. I agree that Dirk is a hard question to answer (Haslem could do OK but he is prone to the stupid foul and Mourning can handle the inside but not the outside). Howard will be a big plus vs. Wade.
    The big worry is that Shaq looks like he's at least 10 years younger this post-season. It's uncanny.

  3. T Ray says:

    The problem with the Pistons this year was the man calling plays from the bench. Saunders is a playoff joke. Always has been always will be. Just ask KG. I honestly could not believe Detroit hired him. I think he personally sucked the will and fire out of the team. Why else were the Wallaces so bitter toward him? As long as he is in Detroit the Pistons will be regular season wonders (like the Twolves were) and playoff let-downs.

  4. […] farlane.blog seems to have an obsession with big balls and men holding them. Could just be sour grapes due to the fact Detroit is now fishing. Not taking shots at farlane I just find the hilarity in his NBA Comix and just wonder how he comes up with these things. Perhaps he can explain. Mark Cuban has an in your face taunt on Blog Maverick that also takes a back-handed slap at San Antonio and also thanks folks for wearing their lucky cowboy boots and lucky unmentionables. Hey, they’re MAVERICKS. […]

  5. farlane says:

    Tou-freaking-che. I suppose I opened myself up for this one.

    As to how I come up with the Comix:
    Every night (more or less) I am visited by three ghosts:
    Michael Jordan (NBA Past)
    LeBron James (NBA Present)
    and OJ Mayo (NBA Future)

    Michael tells me to write something about him, complains about Isiah Thomas for a while and then gets bored and goes to play golf. LeBron tells me to write something about him, wonders if it makes sense for him to go to the Knicks and then goes to look for a TV that’s showing his highlights. OJ knows I’m not gonna write anything about him, complains about the NBA age minimum and then goes back to making lists of how what he will spend his money on and who will be in his posse.

    In the end, I just google “nba+photos” and hope there’s some funny pictures. Now that Steve Nash is fishing, the job has become a lot harder.

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