Homosexuality seems to be the one thing off limit these days. Make a comment related to how a person looks, dresses, where they're from, what they believe in, or what they do, and it's acceptable. Make a hate-free, completely non-serious comment about homosexually, and get slandered and flooded with tears.
You would think if people truly cared about the delicate sensitivities of others, their concern wouldn't be so highly selective. It's almost as if they're being told what to think and believe from the media or something.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Or throw in a first-round pick and flip it for a max-level point guard...
George's look on his face is priceless. How he allowed anyone to put that hat on him like that is crazy. The sad thing is I have seen people actually wear hats like that when it is freaking cold. Kind of defeats the whole purpose. I guess I am just not hip enough.
The only thing about "no homo" that is offensive is how not funny it is.
Teddy Riley hasn't closed this thread down via copyright claim yet?
Looks like LG33 is off the hook (for now) because JASON COLLINS IS TEARING THIS PLACE APART!!!
Hill can't be walking into Indiana Credit Union dressed like that.
How are you going to complain about a couple light-hearted comments that meant no harm (and literally mean nothing degrading), but then immediately follow up your comment with a religious slur?
That…..or you have good enough taste to wonder why someone asked ( but I'm guessing told ) him to wear that.
When I look at that picture….I get the sense that they tried to show them as "Bad Boys"….whereas I'd honestly think that they should have gone with a more classy and styling type look.
Ash from Army of Darkness: Good...Bad...I'm the guy with the gun.
I like it. And it's GQ. I think it's suppose to be stylish/artistic.
I honestly cant see what all the *****ing is about.
Look at everyone knocking on their players Lmao....has anyone ACTUALLY read the article? Paul George talks about how it was fun for them to wear clothes that they would never actually wear...
"It was different. It was fun to see guys in outfits they wouldn't wear," Paul George said.
Video of the Pacers discussing magazine exposure: http://on.nba.com/MvJDbk
More on the GQ photo shoot: http://bit.ly/Mum6rm