When it comes to a contretemps between a Jewish billionaire and a black millionaire, I’d put my money on the billionaire to win.
If the billionaire is on a short leash, such as the billionaire owners of Negro Felons League teams, then it’s a different story.
The Jewish NFL billioaires foolishly turned over power to regulate themselves to a Negro worshiping cuck, Roger Goodell.
We can hope that the fun we’ve had watching football take a tumble in the eyes of the world repeats itself.
Mark Cuban is taking exception to Draymond Green’s comments about team owners.
Green said last week they should be called chairmen, so as not to insinuate that they own someone, in the wake of Texans owner Bob McNair’s comment that the NFL “can’t have inmates running the prison.”
Now, Cuban wants an apology.
“For him to try to turn it into something it’s not is wrong,” the Mavericks owner told ESPN. “He owes the NBA an apology. I think he does, because to try to create some connotation that owning equity in a company that you busted your ass for is the equivalent of ownership in terms of people, that’s just wrong. That’s just wrong in every which way.”
Green was one of many athletes who took to social media to express anger regarding McNair’s comment, calling it “Donald Sterling-esque” as part of a longer Instagram post.
“For starters, let’s stop using the word owner and maybe use the word Chairman,” Green wrote. “To be owned by someone just sets a bad precedent to start. It sets the wrong tone. It gives one the wrong mindset.”
Cuban, one of the more outspoken NBA owners, did not appreciate Green’s response and went on to point out the programs the Mavericks have in place to help develop their players.
“People who read that message and misinterpret it — make it seem like we don’t do everything possible to help our players succeed and don’t care about their families and don’t care about their lives, like hopefully we do for all of our employees — that’s just wrong,” Cuban said.
“We own equity. We don’t own people. … I guess it’s because he went to Michigan State and didn’t take any business classes, but you own equity. When you own a team, you own equity, shares of stock. That’s called ownership. Tell him if he wants to take classes at Indiana’s business school, I’ll even pay for his classes and we’ll help him learn that stuff.”
Luckily NBA players are not hired for their brainpower. Only a truly dumb Negro would equate ownership of a business with owning the employees of that business. I guess it’s the legacy of slavery.
Negros should be seen and not heard.
Actually, they shouldn’t be seen either.