After the Chris Paul deal fell apart last night and people found out why it did, Twitter exploded with folks making jokes about David Stern, the NBA, and what a piss-poor job they did handling CP3's situation. If you want to see for yourself, just go search "David Stern" on Twitter. But, by far the funniest thing that we saw after news of the botched trade came out appeared on the Twitter page of Pacers star Danny Granger. Upset, angry, and frustrated, Granger revealed that he was going to change his last name so that there would be no mistaking what the failed CP3 trade taught us all.
"Due to the sabotaging of the LA/NO trade by David Stern," Granger tweeted, "and following in the footsteps of my athlete brethern (sic) Metta World Peace and Chad Ochocinco, I'm changing my last name to 'Stern's Bi#&h' #effectiveimmediately."
Ha! That's funny, man. And slightly sad. And, well, very telling of how a lot of NBA players probably feel about this whole CP3 debacle right now. Now, how soon can we get a "Stern's Bi#&h" jersey, son?
[via Eye On Basketball]
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