HEY DREAM TEAM 1992 FROM ISIAH THOMAS
Here are your Members of the 1992 “Dream Team.”
Charles (no Ring) Barkley
Patrick ( no Ring) Ewing
Christian( A pure White Man America symbol) Laettner,
Karl (no Ring) Malone,
Chris ( no Ring and Drunk driver resulting in the death of others) Mullin,
John ( no Ring) Stockton
Six of these players never won a Championship in the NBA. After watching a sickening documentary on this 1992 “Dream Team” I now have a lot more Respect for Isiah Thomas as a player. Thomas has won at every level of his Basketball career. State High School Chip. NCAA Championship ( under Bobby Knight) and TWO
NBA Championships in a league that was not watered down like it is today. He was the ultimate floor general of perhaps the most physical and toughest team that ever played the game. Surely Isiah deserved to be on such a team over Barkley, Stockton, Malone ( what chip did the Mailman deliver?) Drexler, Mullin and the joke of Christian Laettner.
Thomas haters are in reality Racists that get a chance to Modern Day LYNCH a Blackman. They will claim ..NO ..it was the Job he did while at New York, all the while dismissing the deprivation of White men Layden and Walsh. The fact is Thomas may have taken over the worst constructed, worst cap deficient team in history and considering what he inherited… did a good not great job. But this is America. The same America that slaughtered unarmed Native Americans at wounded knee during a Blizzard. After a thought of humanity by a few but rare decent White men of that era, they dispatched a group of soldiers to Wounded Knee to collect any survivors of that massacre. The wagonloads of wounded Sioux ( 4 Men and 47 Woman and children ) that were rounded up in subzero temperatures reached Pine Ridge after dark. Because all available barracks were filled with soldiers, the wounded Sioux woman and children were left lying in open wagons in bitter-cold while an inept Amry officer searched for shelter. Finally the the Episcopal mission was opened, the benches were taken out and hay was scattered over the rough flooring.
It was the fourth day after Christmas in the year of 1890. When the first torn and bleeding bodies were carried into the candlelit Church, those who were conscious could see Christmas greenery hanging from the open rafters. Across the chancel front above the pulpit was strung a crudely lettered banner:
PEACE ON EARTH AND GOOD WILL TO MEN.