NEW YORK CITY - Whether the player representatives decide to reconsider their share of the pie or whether the owners reconsider their desired share of the pie, players, coaches, and owners will enter Halloween ready to celebrate the National Basketball Association's 65th Halloween Party.
One of the best-kept secrets in a professional sports organization and one of the most celebrated co-worker holiday party's of the year is October 31st.
And it's not just any holiday party. It's more extravagant than you can think. Last year, the entire national basketball association put their money together and bought a spaceship to party in. Due to a decrease in profit in overall revenue, pretty much because of Lebron James, they couldn't afford to actually fly into space.
Somehow, fans wonder, where is the budget for this? Our inside sources did some snooping and found out that there is an endowment that's worth more than the Harvard University's endowment. This endowment is used to pay for the Halloween Party and the professionally trained team of assassins to guard the NBA players' lives and livelihood.
However, despite the dissidents, many of the players will come ready to dress up in different classic and popular Halloween costumes including even throw back Jersey's. Coaches and owners usually have their tricks up their sleeves. Last year, all the coaches agreed to dress up as the owners and the owners dressed up as the players.
NBA Commissioner David Stern, for the first time since he started commissioning, will be dressed up as himself. NBA Players Association President Derek Fisher believes that David Stern is posturing. "He's trying to give off a message that he is all about work and no play. He knows what's up."
In related news, WNBA Players will attend the Halloween Party, however, referees were rejected for another consecutive year. That would make it 65 years consecutively that they have not been invited.