If you have spent much time on the internet over the past few years, you're probably familiar with NMA World Edition, a very important Taiwanese news organization that animates the world's biggest stories in the most ridiculous ways possible. They are probably going to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 2025.
Because we've all been very patient basketball fans, NMA has put out an informative video explaining the NBA lockout. After the jump, I will attempt to narrate exactly what happens.
NBA commissioner David Stern, who looks like Pat O'Brien or a skinny version of Martin Mull, is with a doctor holding a giant metal lollipop. They are torturing a anthropomorphic version of the Detroit Pistons logo. Next, Stern, who wears a suit with his name emblazoned on the front in yellow letters (presumably so no one confuses him with Pat O'Brien), guards Derek Fisher in a one-on-one game in front of a giant crowd.
Fisher apparently received the surgery dramatized in the movie "Face/Off" and now lo...