superdickery (soo'-pur-dik'-ur-ee) noun. A thoroughly offensive and completely despicable act, usually justified by fans and the media as a natural result of the ultra-competitive atheletic spirit.

Usage example: When Michael Jordan punched out Will Perdue just for setting a pick on him in practice, that was a textbook case of superdickery.

Word Trivia: The term "superdickery" was created by the author of the
Superdickery.com website. The word is a reference to the often-cruel behavior that Superman displays on many Silver Age comic book covers, the result of a common promotional tactic in which the front cover featured a scene so baffling and apparently nonsensical that readers would be compelled to buy the comic just for the explanation. This, then, is a perfect term to describe the absurd conduct of certain basketball players -- from the open and obvious abuse of teammates to claims like someone needs at least 14 million dollars a year to feed their family.

superdickery
I guess Michael Jordan isn't the only
guy to ever punch out a teammate.

3 Comments:
Anonymous Vladimir said...
Man, this guy hates MJ for real...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Hey Vlad you're assuming MJ was an angel...

Anonymous James said...
this term is now best applied to lebron james' actions this postseason

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