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Monday, 12 July 2010

A new club for NBA's biggest star Lebron James was finally announced this week. The contracts were signed and the announcement the sporting world had been waiting for was finally delivered. For 30 Million a year James is moving to the Miami Heat as of next season.

Looking forward to his new club in Miami Lebron was quoted as saying "I'm going to take my talents to South Beach"

It is understood that James plans to reinvent the disco era and revolutionize the South Beach nightclub scene which already has around 150 nightspots, this appears to be the biggest new club deal since Paris Hilton was involved with Club Paris.

In response to his departure from the Cleveland Cavaliers Dan Gilbert, the Cavs majority owner wrote an open letter published on the teams website, in response to losing the leagues number 1 player Dan Gilbert seemed confused and responded

"Not Sure, what your talking about Kobe Bryant has never been a part of the Cavaliers, as far as losing Lebron were not to concerned, sports have a long history of people selling their soul to the highest bidder", he continued to urge the fans to keep the faith in the team and forget about anyone whose name sounded like the French color chart as well as reminding them to never trust anyone with a first name for a surname. Gilbert finished his letter with a little dig at his ex employee "P.S If you have to dress like Lebron does when he goes out to get past the doorman and inside his metro-slightly homo-sexual nightclub then I would rather stay home"

Dan Gilbert's open letter has caused effects worldwide after his Microsoft spell check automatically corrected Lebron to Lebanon, Hassan Nasrallah Lebanese leader has sent a warning to Dan to stop calling him James, "or...you have seen how we war with our-self, imagine what we do to an enemy."

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