Found November 15, 2012 on The Last Angry Fan:
Taint power! This past Tuesday the woeful Washington Wizards lost at home to the Charlotte Bobcats 92-76, and as poor as the outcome was on the game side of things, it paled in comparison to the halftime entertainment, which featured some high quality martial arts demonstrations, including one guy breaking a bamboo stick with his all-powerful crotch. Little known fact—this is how George Brett used to handle his really serious hemorrhoids on the road, only instead of a martial artist with a bamboo stick it was Willie Wilson brandishing a Louisville Slugger.  Entirely true story. Washington Wizards basketball…come for the terrible product on the court, stay for the halftime crotch smashing. [@HousefromDC via Mr. Irrelevant]  
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