An aerial photo taken from one of those remote control mini-blimp-cams that hover over Basketball courts during big games has yielded footage that Sports Psychologist Kareem Abdul Froid claims is a revelation of the true nature of roundball: "Most sport is about dueling dickies and testosterone but I have long suspected that Basketball was a truly feminine pastime. No sticks, no pointy objects at all - Just roundness and holes!"
KA Froid Ph.D. reports that he took one look at the sky down image of the court and all he could think about was two breasts in search of a nipple: "It is not the Odyssey or Joyce's Ulysses. Here we do not have the archetypal father-son quest.Instead we have a feminine journey from the flatchestedness of youth to the ripe maturity of puberty. True nurturance needs the erect nipple and that is the half court circle and its mobile symbol the round ball about which the battle is joined. It's the Iliad with armies arrayed to war over Helen and Briseis and all feminine beauty and volutptuousness."
WNBA spokesperson, Sappho Dyke commented: "Told ya so..."