Monday, June 18, 2007

Nothin' But Net



Best of Rodney Dill
In Soviet Russia the basketball shoots you.

Best of Rodney Dill
"Kobe Smobee"

Best of Jonathan
"I'm tellin' ya, Tyrone, I SWEAR I heard that statue do that freaky Body Snatchers shriek!"

Best of Silhouette
I always play better when I'm stoned.

Best of Rodney Dill
"nothin' but nyet"

Best of The Man
Communist Baskeball. He shoots, everyone scores.

Best of Silhouette
In Soviet Russia, ball sinks you!

;-P Timmeh!

19 comments:

2spothipshot said...

...And from their founding fathers on up 'til today, Cleveland continues its great tradition of "bricklaying".

the doyle said...

Sure, but can he rebound?

Jack Reacher said...

"Told you I was open, Kobe."

Submariner said...

So WHAT if "white men can't jump?" Comrade Lenin will just rise above the elite to shoot...

Submariner said...

...nothin' but net.

Submariner said...

Typical - the US invents basketball, Russia claims they did, China sends over Yao...

Submariner said...

Bring that to me. I want to throw it at Tim Duncan. And see if you can make it glow or something...

Rodney Dill said...

"nothin' but nyet"

Targetpractice said...

Even in death, Comrade Lenin is still showing up those capitalist pig-dogs!

Rodney Dill said...

In Soviet Russia the basketball shoots you.

Rodney Dill said...

"Kobe Smobee"

Jonathan said...

"I'm tellin' ya, Tyrone, I SWEAR I heard that statue do that freaky Body Snatchers shriek!"

Silhouette said...

I always play better when I'm stoned.

Son Of The Godfather said...

Rodney Dill said...
"nothin' but nyet"


Damnit... can't top that one. :)

curly said...

The Golden Bears of UC Berkeley: “Proudly combining communism and basketball.”

The Man said...

Communist Baskeball. He shoots, everyone scores.

Submariner said...

Nothin' to be seein' here, folks; just the New York Times worker's gym. Please to be movin' along now...

Silhouette said...

In Soviet Russia, ball sinks you!

curly said...

“Under communism, there woud be no need to shout ‘Kobe – I’m open’, because the state would force Kobe to pass the ball around, whether he wanted to or not.”