Aug 27, 2015

Alright, that was a little presumptive but it has to happen now right? The Delaware 87ers, Philly’s D-League affiliate, invited the Based God to try out and there’s no way he doesn’t make the team. The Sixers have quite a

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Alright, that was a little presumptive but it has to happen now right? The Delaware 87ers, Philly’s D-League affiliate, invited the Based God to try out and there’s no way he doesn’t make the team. The Sixers have quite a few guards, but they could all be traded to make room for the Based God. All the NBA’s Hall Of Famers are reportedly very scared that they’ll lose their spots once Lil B redefines what it means to be a great player. Yes haterz, I know he didn’t make the Warrior’s when he tried out a couple years ago. Remember though, it took Jeremy Lin a few tries to get going in the Association from the D-League too, and Based God famously proclaimed, “Jeremy Lin made it from the D-League. So if I’m correct imma follow his steps.” THANK YOU BASED GOD AND THANK YOU MO ON THE PHOTO AND THANK YOU DAVEY PAGEVIEWS FOR TEACHING ME NOT TO STEAL THINGS ON THE INTERNET.


The rest of the NBA teams once they knew they wouldn’t be retaining the Based God’s playing services:3yUib