Sunday, May 4, 2008

Do Basketball Players Golf?

Reports from sources familiar with the matter indicate that North America's population is experiencing an increase in "larger than average" people. Experts hypothesize that this peculiar population trend is attributed to the fact that more and more NBA basketball teams are being eliminated from the NBA playoffs.

Professional basketball players are re-emerging into society. The question remains: where exactly are they going, and what are they doing?

"I'm not going camping, I'll tell you that much," said Chris Bosh, all-star player for the Toronto Raptors.

"And that's all I'm gonna say," he finished and then abruptly jumped away.

Hockey players are famously known to golf in the off-season. In fact, the expression: "so-and-so hockey club will be swinging the clubs early this year" literally translates to "so-and-so club is not making the post-season." They're going golfing as soon as the season is done and done.

But do basketball players follow suite?

"It's an interesting question and the answer isn't all that obvious," said TSN sports scientist, Vladimir Kushnevski.

"To be blunt, basketball players aren't quite normal people. They're bigger than average and have enormous feet. That evidence suggests that they probably won't be riding golf carts or finding suitable clubs."

Our observers will be monitoring the life choices of all NBA players and hope to provide our readers answers.

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