JaVale McGee Could Possibly Be Making A List Like LeBron, Issues Anti-Shoutout To Reporters | Wizards Blog Truth About

JaVale McGee Could Possibly Be Making A List Like LeBron, Issues Anti-Shoutout To Reporters

Updated: August 16, 2010

We have to assume that many of those on LeBron’s “list” (i.e., his mental notes) are of the media variety, or jersey burning blokes from Cleveland. Of course, there are also the Barkleys and the Jordans of the world who have criticized LeBron — I guess James changed his jersey number because he wanted to include No. 23 amongst his note taking.

Now, it seems that JaVale McGee could possibly be making a similar, but different list. Or perhaps he’s just venting some frustrations on the Twitter machine. Or maybe he’s simply proclaiming his curiosities about so-called reporters and their credentials (somewhat of an anti-shoutout alert). I invite you to decipher a listing of recent, consecutive Tweets by @bigdaddywookie.

Reporters who never played the game of basketball or never succeeded in it… Shouldn’t b able to report on it #FACT

im coming from a point of view of most reporters seriously feel as if there opinion counts on wat someone that doesnt fit into a certain….

catagory of wat is the norm counts… learn about evolution… going from radios to tvs monkeys to humans… and this isnt coming at anyone

its my opinion and just like the reporters i have a right to express it

and let me change it to i feel u need to have the credentials and the resume to b a sports writer…. as coached in college, or even played

but on another not im on a plane right now with wifi and im on my way to the west coast….. ecpect big things ladies and gents im werkin

appreciate all the comments… mad i gotta stir up sh** to get replies but hey confrontation sells… how u think bad girls club is still on

I’m exactly not sure what McGee is selling with his confrontation … and I think he just compared himself to the Bad Girls Club. #FACT

I sure hope some of those girls are good defensive rebounders.

For the sake of perspective, here’s the epitome of the Bad Girls Club (it appears to be a television show):

Funny, that’s how I imagined the gun thing between Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton going down.

Oh well … really much ado about nothing here from young Mr. McGee. But I will be curious to see  if any college coaches start lining up to be reporters, or vice versa.

Or, maybe reporters can get together for a basketball game and McGee can write, or blog, or Tweet about it (but JaVale can keep his millions).

From radios to TVs, from monkeys to humans, it’s all about evolution folks.

And now, JaVale McGee riding a segway in the drive-thru line at McDonald’s …

[via @bigdaddywookie Twitpic]

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