On my way to go bash him in the head before his next game. I'll report back.
"I just want you to take a second, okay. And just imagine that you’re sitting in a dugout, and you’re looking across the field and who’s there in the other dugout? It's AIDS. A team of AIDS. Baseball cap on, and the uniform. All skinny, with lesions. Sayin’ I wanna get in you. I wanna get my AIDS right up in you. I wanna give this man AIDS, I wanna give this beautiful woman AIDS. I wanna give this whole table AIDS. Not on my watch. Not on Guy Young’s watch. We’re not gonna let AIDS get more hits than us. We’re not gonna let AIDS strike out more people than us. No sir, not on my watch. Let’s take out our checkbooks, let’s take out our wallets. And let’s all be heroes together and win the World Series against AIDS. Okay? Let’s find a cure. Let’s find a cure for AIDS."
2015/2016 Basketball H2H Points League (10-Team) (7-3-0; 4th in Total Points)
Guards: Damian Lillard, Jimmy Butler, Reggie Jackson, Zach LaVine, Jordan Clarkson
Forwards: Tim Duncan, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Nicolas Batum, Larry Nance, Jr.
He played well tonight--especially with the blocked shots. However--and I'm not a Detroit Pistons fan (I'm actually an Indiana Pacers fan)--I have to say that I think it's fairly horrible that the Pistons even played him tonight. Concussions shouldn't be taken lightly and for the organization to take the future face of their franchise and play him in a fairly meaningless regular season game--one game after he suffers a concussion--is beyond me. I'm happy he seemed to make it through the game fine and god bless him for that--but I have to stay that I personally lost respect for the Pistons and their medical staff.