Roger Mason is six feet, five inches tall and weighs in at around 200 pounds. He is by no means an imposing figure. But he must have been bitten by a radioctive spider as a kid, because just look what he did to LeBron during the first quarter of Game 2 of the Wizards-Cavaliers series.

Roger Mason

Unless my eyes are deceiving me -- which would certainly explain the weirdos I ran into on my way to lunch -- Mason is brushing the mighty King James aside like a shoulder full of flaky dandruff. That's pretty impressive. Now I know Wizards coach Eddie Jordan has denied that his team is trying to lay the wood on LeBron, but we all know better. So Eddie, if you're going to rough up somebody who rumbles downcourt like a runaway choo-choo train, you might as well use the one player on your team who apparently has superhuman strength. Just a suggestion.

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8 Comments:
Anonymous Shrugz said...
Normally if you get hit in the stomach you'd lean forward not back and crumple to the ground that way LOL
I guess Lebron didn't get the memo

Blogger Melvin said...
i'm in dude.. i always feel roger can turn this season around

Anonymous Anonymous said...
hmmm did Lebron spend some time hanging out with Manu over the summer and during the finals last year?
A 6-8 250 pound guy gets man handled out of the way by a 6-5 212 pound guy? Interesting to say the least.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
oh LeBron ... what would Shaq say???

Anonymous Dunpizzle said...
Lebron gettin his Kirilenko on

Anonymous Constable Echelon said...
This flop angers me.

Anonymous Rob S. said...
I'm just watching the Lakers-Nuggets game and there's about 4 minutes left in the third and Reggie Miller just said "Kobe garnishes a lot of attention", like Kobe is a sprig of cilantro or something. One might suspect he meant to say Kobe GARNERS a lot of attention, but at this point I really don't think Reggie even knows what he means to say. Awful.

Blogger BadDave said...
Look Rob. I'm tired of your hors d'oeuvres attitude. It's simply the fundeimintivity of announcers. They just achieve that perfect harmonism, and they was eloquacious. This is why you'll just be some dude on the internet, not a voicerator for sports.

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