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The great NBA conspiracy list

已有 202 次阅读2012-4-6 13:16 |


The great NBA conspiracy list

             
               
               

The NBA is rigged. There is no doubt. The referees are favoring Cleveland and Los Angeles and Denver and Orlando so the NBA can get either a LeBron/Kobe Finals, a LeBron/Melo Finals, a Kobe/Dwight Finals, or a Kleiza/Hedo Finals thus meaning more money for David Stern and his corrupt league.

But the madness doesn't stop there.

Here are five other conspiracies that the diabolical NBA doesn't want you to know about.

Free your mind!


1. The King lives!

While there have been numerous Elvis Presley sightings everywhere from Portland to Orlando, thousands of fans have convinced themselves that The King — ahem, hello! — plays small forward for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The idea that the most famous musician ever to have lived could be masquerading as the most famous basketball player in the world today actually makes perfect sense. I mean, who would suspect it?


2. Apollo Moon Landing was a hoax

Look, the Apollo 11 moon landings never took place, and were faked by NASA with possible NBA support. Why? Well, photographs taken on the moon were altered, there are no stars (or superstars) in any of the pics, the flag placed on the surface by the "astronauts" — in reality Joey and Stephen Graham(notes) — swayed despite there being no wind, and blah blah blah ... WHERE IS SAM CASSELL(notes), HUH!?! WHERE?!?! THAT'S HIS HOME AND HE LOVES GETTING HIS PICTURE TAKEN, BUT, OH, HE'S NOT THERE!! HOW CONVENIENT!! FAKE,Air Max Skyline!!!


3. Subliminal advertising

Ever been watching a game and suddenly want a Sprite or vitaminwater? Or sitting on your sofa, again watching the NBA action,Nike LunarGlide +, and suddenly have the irresistible urge to buy a Kayne West CD? Of course you do — you were just the victim of subliminal NBA advertising, my friend! In the 1980s, concern over subliminal messages even spread to players such as Jeff Hornacek and John Stockton, with the latter being sued in 1989 for dropping hidden messages in press conferences that convinced teens to not wear pants.


4. Kobe Bryant(notes) is Paul McCartney

In 1966, Beatles singer Paul McCartney died in a car accident and was replaced by a look-alike (in fact, a T-101 Kobe Bryant) who still claims Paul's fame to this day. If you play "Revolution 9" backwards you hear the sound of a car crash and the words "turn me on,Barefoot Nike Free Run, Bryant." Also, the iconic cover of the "Abbey Road" record album conveniently shows John Lennon dressed like a clergyman, Ringo Starr wearing a black suit, "Paul" walking in basketball shoes and George Harrison's denim outfit resembling that of something Tyra Banks might have worn. Yes, that Tyra.


5. Wingdings contains special messages/playbooks

Following the 1992 launch of Microsoft's Wingdings font, students with too much time on their hands began to play with the typeface, which replaces letters with well-known symbols. Satanic teachings, secret plans for world domination, future terror plots and Mike Brown's fourth quarter Cleveland offense are among the weird and wacky messages contained in the font. In particular the letters TEAM are spelled with a snowflake, a finger, a peace sign and LeBron James'(notes) creepy face. C'mon now. How am I the only one seeing this!?!?

Props to the Sunday Mercury and LiveScience.

For more of Y! Sports daily NBA playoff coverage, bookmark Ball Don't Lie and follow us on Twitter.


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