Teamless in Seattle

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About Liam Day

Liam Day has been a youth worker, teacher, campaign manager, political pundit, communications director, and professional basketball player. His poems have appeared at Slow Trains Apt, and Wilderness House Literary Review. His op-eds and essays have appeared in Annalemma Stymie, the Boston Globe and Boston Herald. He lives in Boston, where he works as a public health professional. He is the Sports Editor at The Good Men Project. You can follow him on Twitter at @LiamDay7.

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  1. David Stern is a snake and the most corrupt commissioner in the major pro sports. He turned the NBA from a league where great athletes play the best basketball in the world to a league where celebrities and personalities play awful, league influenced, and star biased basketball.

    I have no doubt the Seattle thing was malicious.

  2. wellokaythen says:

    As a former Seattle-ite I have no bad feelings whatsoever. People who wanted to bankrupt the city in order to make money for billionaires didn’t get their way after all. A step in the right direction. One welfare plan for sports billionaires down, two to go.

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