And Here We Have Tracy McGrady Calling Russell Westbrook ‘Retarded’

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by Tommy Gimler

And not the good kind of retarded either, I think.

Russell Westbrook is really throwing it into opposing teams’ asses this year now that he’s the main attraction in Oklahoma City. I’m talking 31.8 points per game to go along with 9.8 assists and 9.5 boards per contest.

Of course, when you’re controlling the ball almost as much as my dad in a game of volleyball at our family reunion, odds are you’re going to make a few mistakes here and there, and sure shit, Westbrook also leads the league with 58 turnovers. Well, at least that’s our interpretation of why he’s turned the ball over so many times.

New NBA analyst at ESPN Tracy McGrady’s thoughts on the situation? You guessed it: It’s because Westbrook is “retarded.”

You stay classy, T-Mac.

Look, that kind of shit might be cool to say when you’re playing for the Qingdao DoubleStar Eagles in China or representing the Republican Party in the presidential election in this country, but when you’re employed by Disney, odds are you’re not going to last too long at your post, pal.

Unless, of course, you were trying to say Westbrook has been the positive kind of retarded, like the way The Black Eyed Peas wanted us to get in here, then we apologize. I mean, if that’s the case, then yes, saying Westbrook has been absolutely retarded this year is quite accurate…

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You have got to see this shit:

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