I wanted to mention something from Tuesday nights Pistons telecast. During the second half of Tuesday nights game sideline reporter Ryan Field reported that the Hornets locker room was flooded and then compared the Hornets having to leave their locker room, to the Hornets having to leave New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Hmmm.......seems like a bit of a stretch to me, but lets try to break this down.
Chris Paul's monogrammed CP-3 plush towels get soaked compared to tens of thousands of people losing their homes.
David West's Italian leather shoes get damp compared to the complete devastation of one of America's largest, most historical communities.
Arvydas Macijauskas brown bag lunch with his ham sandwich and banana gets soggy, compared to a city that faces months/years of rebuilding.
Oh I finally get it, millionaire athletes being slightly inconvenienced is just like hundreds of thousands of poverty stricken individuals being displaced, how ironic..........thanks for the insight Ryan.
(Note: This man was seen leaving the Hornets lockeroom shortly after the end of the 3rd quarter: Early reports indicate he was seen carrying the contents of Marcus Fizer's locker.)