Saturday, October 21, 2017

“I'm Pretty Sure We Can Move Past This”: Black Chicago Bulls Player Bobby Portis Holds Bizarre Press Conference Four Days after Maiming Teammate Nikola Mirotic (“The Punch”), and Presumably Stealing His Job

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

“Maloney, Baloney! Three at CBS Sports Win Duranty-Blair Awards for Journalistic Infamy, for Cover-Up of Racist Maiming of White Boston Celtics Star Gordon Hayward by Cleveland Cavaliers Jae Crowder and LeBron James”;

“Another Racist NBA Attack, Another Cover-Up!”; and

“Update on Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis.”]

By Nicholas Stix

On Tuesday, the big basketball news was how two Cleveland Cavalier players, LeBron James and Jae Crowder, maimed a white player, Boston Celtics star Gordon Hayward, whom the team had just landed in a blockbuster trade that sent Crowder from the Celtics to Cleveland. James and Crowder sandwiched Hayward. James, arguably the most outspoken black supremacist in the league, who has enthusiastically supported the black campaign variously slaughtering and attempting to slaughter white policemen, bumped Hayward from the front, while Crowder chipped him from behind.

Oddly enough, some sports media operatives, in their discussion of the incident, refused to so much as mention Jae Crowder, claiming that the only contact was between Hayward and James.

However, the same day (Tuesday, October 17), a different black player maimed another white player, this time his own teammate.

During the Chicago Bulls’ practice that day, in a blow reminiscent of Kermit Washington’s near fatal, 1977 sucker-punch attack on Rudy Tomjanovich, black backup center/forward Bobby Portis slugged the team’s white starting power forward, Nikola Mirotic, breaking several bones in the latter’s face, knocking him out and giving him a concussion, and effectively ending Mirotic’s playing career, just as LeBron James and Jae Crowder effectively ended Gordon Hayward’s career.

And guess who is the Bulls’ new starting power forward?

Earlier today, Portis held a press conference, in which he apologized while never looking anyone in the eye, acting as if he were heavily sedated, and in his answers to sports media operatives’ “questions,” doing little more than repeating their questions, prefaced with a “Yes” or “No.” At least one white operative tried to help out Portis, by asking him if his victim hadn’t “instigated” whatever it was that happened.

Grand Rapids Anonymous noted:

Here's the link to the presser.

Major points: Portis says he “tried texting Mirotic, but he hasn't answered.”

GRA: What a surprise (talk to his lawyer).

Speaking of that, a question was brought up about legal action.

“I'm not concerned about that right now.”

GRA: Are they ever? No, otherwise, this stuff wouldn't repeatedly keep happening.

N.S.: Meanwhile, a white K.C. Johnson (no, not the diplomatic historian who was the Emile Zola of the Duke Rape Hoax), tweeted,

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