Found September 30, 2013 on Razzball Basketball:
Jeff Foxworthy here. Now I’m about to tell a few funnies about a basketball team up the coast from me in North Carolina. Settle in and enjoy the funnies, folks. When the T-n-A of the Lady Cats is the first image you flash on your website, you might be a crappy NBA franchise. When the best news of your offseason is that you’re changing the name of your team back to the Hornets, to recall the “glory years” of Larry Johnson, Alonzo Mourning and Kendall Gill (best finish ever: 2nd round of playoffs [editor/Charlotte native's note - way to rub it in Pete!]), you might be a crappy NBA franchise. When the two dudes competing for your starting power forward slot – rookie Cody Zeller and free agent signee Josh McRoberts – couldn’t take Danny Schayes and Tim McCormick in a game of two-on-two, you might be a crappy NBA franchise. And so it goes for the Charlotte Bobcats, Michael Jordan’s perennially woeful and frustrating pet project. It’s almost identical to his foray into baseball – he a...
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