Stephon Marbury = Bad Karma

Man, once you start this “A = B” thing, you can’t stop anymore. It’s just too much fun. Anyway, that’s not what this post is about.

Today, kids, we want to speak about Karma and how it can affect one team’s season.

What is Karma?

According to Wikipedia, Karma is the concept of “action” or “deed” in Indian religions understood as that which causes the entire cycle of cause and effects originating in ancient India and treated in Hindu, Jain, Sikh and Buddhist philosophies.

More importantly:

Through the idea of karma, the effects of all deeds actively create past, present, and future experiences, thus making one responsible for one’s own life, and the pain and joy it brings to him/her and others.

Bad Karma

Bad Karma

Why is that important for the Celtics’ future?

Last year everybody rooted for the good guys to win. You know, Kevin Garnett playing harder than anyone else in cold ‘Sota and never winning anything, because his team was so bad. Paul Pierce, one classy guy, never went deep into the Playoffs, got stabbed several times in this nasty club incident and Ray Allen…well, nobody felt that sorry for him, but he is a nice guy, that’s good enough for me.

When you pack them all in one team, everybody wants to root for them. They deserved to win. Why? Did they do anything special? Anything that seperates them from the other All-Stars? Is it because they were good players on losing teams? Yes, a bit of all of that. They deserved to win, because they lost so many games, but hardly ever complained and still found the motivation to keep going and not give up -> Good Karma.

Is Starbury able to mess that up?

Yes. If you don’t believe me, ask any Knicks fan you know or any stranger wearing a Knicks jersey.

All the good karma the Celtics had going for them just flew out of the window the day they signed Marbury. This guy has brought so much evil to the Basketball World (and I’m not even a Knicks fan…not even close) that I will blame him…and him alone…if the NBA doesn’t survive this economic crisis…okay, okay, I’m exaggerating.

Marbury does not deserve a Championship. It’s that easy. With all the B.S. he has done, he is way, way down on the list of players deserving to win a title. Behind guys like Raef LaFrentz (who some smart GM thought up and just pretends he exists so he can pull off trades ‘n’ stuff – seriously, has anyone ever seen this guy?)

So, don’t be surprised when you don’t repeat this year. It’s your fault.

Like Joaquin Phoenix said in 8 MM: “If you dance with the devil, the devil don’t change. The devil changes you.”


5 Responses to “Stephon Marbury = Bad Karma”

  1. Everybody hates the Celtics now and adding Starbury won’t help that.

    By the way, I’m the last remaining Starbury fan in the world

  2. Someone took a picture at Devilbury’s buck’s night?!?

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  4. No love for my 8MM quote? C’mon, you are better than this! That quote rules. đŸ™‚

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