Bucks Diary

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

We were excited to see you go too, Mo


I was just in my car listening to an interview with ex-Milwaukee Buck point guard Mo Williams on the Jim Rome radio show. Let me "reset" it for you, as Rome would say.

Midway through the interview, Rome asked Williams one of his standard "talk about this" questions. It went something like: "Hey Mo, take me back to the summer when you were traded, you had just signed a contract with Milwaukee, presumably you were happy there, talk about what it was like the day you were traded..."

Here's Williams response, and I'm paraphrasing:

Basically he said, with little girlie giggles in between, heh heh, that he was in Vancouver at the time, heh heh, and when he heard the trade might go down, heh heh, he called his agent like 6 or 7 times before it actually happened (I guess he REALLY wanted it to happen), and you know how most of the time when you're traded, heh heh, friends and family will call you and say things like "Oh, man, that's too bad" or "Keep you're head up, dude"? Well, when Mo was traded, heh heh, no one did that to Mo, they were all calling and saying things like "Way to go" and "Congratulations man!".

Well, Mo, you "No-Defense-Playin'" sonofabitch... when Bucksnation heard that your lazy ass was out of here, heh heh, they were just as excited!! You know how, heh heh, when a good player is traded away from your team, fans will write things like "That sucks" or "I'm giving up my tickets"? Well, heh heh, when the Bucks traded you Bucksfans wrote on my blog things like "Good riddance, you piece of shit", and, "I'm glad we'll finally get some defense from the point guard position." Isn't that funny?

So enjoy your ride on LeBron's and Anderson's and Z's coattails, because the numbers say you haven't added shit to Cleveland, even though simpleton cause-and-effect artists claim you have. We're happy here in Milwaukee without you... in fact, I wish they had traded YOU to Toronto, not TJ Ford. Anyway, we're glad to be rid of your contract... and you!

12 Comments:

At December 16, 2008 at 3:53 PM, Anonymous Get Money said...

haha

Mo was a good scorer but liek you say, the Bucks are MUCH better without him.

I like the Ridnour / Sessions combination at point gaurd. if both players continue to develop their games then the Bucks are looking good at the point position

 
At December 16, 2008 at 5:48 PM, Blogger Evan said...

Got an e-mail? Could you e-mail me at evanATmvn.com? Thanks!

 
At December 16, 2008 at 9:03 PM, Blogger TCW said...

Evan,

I can be reached anytime at bucks_diary@yahoo.com.

Thanks for your interest! I look forward to hearing from you

Ty

 
At December 17, 2008 at 6:59 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The bucks are terrible regardless. You guys know basketball like your gm does. You don't know shit. Go play hockey and try to keep your teeth fags. The Bucks are the NBA's sloppy seconds, no one cares or will ever care.

 
At December 17, 2008 at 11:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sucks fans are pathetic....I hope you enjoy your last place finishes for the next few years.

 
At December 17, 2008 at 12:55 PM, Anonymous Seatttle Bucks said...

Cavaliers-38 years in existence, only 16 playoff appearances, lost in first round 10 times, swept in only finals appearance.

Bucks- 40 years in existence, 25 playoff appearances, 1 championship.

One more season with LeBron and then Cavs will regress to their historical position as sloppy thirds.

 
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