For years now, there has been a debate on which team started the super team era.
Lebron fans usually say it was the Celtics with a few says teams like the 2000s Lakers, 90s Bulls, or the 80s Celtics and Lakers. Lots of others say it was Lebron, Wade, and Bosh with the Heat.
Surprising, no one, Gabrielle Union, thinks it was the Celtics and takes a shot a Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett for not admitting to starting it while on JJ Redick’s podcast saying.
“I was here for all of that s—,” Union said. “But I was also here for when KG (Garnett) and Paul and [Rajon] Rondo and Ray [Allen] all came together, even though they don’t want to admit it that they kicked that b—- off. There’s been superteams before. They just didn’t, they didn’t have, it wasn’t in this era with this platform and with social media and sports talk radio 24/7. It’s different, and how you look at it, it’s different. And the whole, ‘Built, not bought,’ whatever. Boring is what it says to me. Okay, you built it. Did anyone come? No, your fans are leaving at f—— halftime. Cheerleaders can’t be bothered.”
There’s definitely an argument to be made by both, but who cares? The argument is getting old. Let’s find something new.
It is wild she took a shot at the Clippers as well, and Wade was never even on the Lakers. Maybe she is just taking up for the entire Banana Boat crew, which includes LeBron and Carmelo Anthony.
Gabby has been on a roll lately talking about break babies, her sexual fantasies, and wanting to be a video hoe in her youth. Her book is destined to be a best-seller at this point.
I wasn’t interested before, but I am definitely interested now. I am sure Paul Pierce will have a response.
Flip the page to see the video of her going off and photos.