Conference Finals
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Western Conference Finals: RIGGED SPORTS TO DISTRACT THE MASSES @extinguishthelight @Regran_ed from @extinguishthelight - “It’s the Roman circus. What does the emperor do when the people are getting restive? When they don’t like the policies? He sends them to the circus... they have football games and basketball games. All to keep the idiots preoccupied with things that don’t mean anything in the scheme of the entire world.” - WilliamCooper Sports are rigged and I’ll give a couple examples, the 1985 NBA draft lottery: where the first overall pick was fixed to go to the NewYork Knicks. An accountant from Ernst & Whinney put the envelopes into the glass drum but not before specifically banging the Knicks envelope against the glass to bend the corner of it, thereby making it easy for David Stern to determine which one was theirs to pick. The firm this accountant worked at was also used by Gulf + Western which were owners of the Knicks. Coincidence? There’s also TimDonaghy who was a former NBA referee, he filed a court document in 2008 saying Game 6 of the 2002 Western Conference Finals was fixed by two referees. The document claimed that “to increase ticket sales and television ratings, top executives of the NBA sought to manipulate games using referees.” (United States v. Tim Donaghy - June 10, 2008). The NFL has a game they want you to forget happened, BottleGate in 2001. The Browns converted a 3rd down play that was ruled a catch, the next play the QB Couch spikes the ball. After this play, referee McAulay stopped the game and said they would be reviewing the 3rd down play even though NFL rules stipulate that a replay cannot be done if another play has started. They reversed the call which turned the ball over to the other team, fans became irate and began throwing bottles onto the field and at the referees. They eventually call the game over with 48 seconds to go, where the NFL league office makes them all go back out on the field to finish out the final 48 seconds. Perhaps most compelling, these sport giants are rooted in gambling and organized crime (How Organized Crime Influences Professional Football by Dan E Moldea). And the NFL has actually argued before a Supreme Court (Associated Press - 2010) that their business is
Western Conference Finals: RIGGED SPORTS TO
 DISTRACT THE MASSES
 @extinguishthelight
@Regran_ed from @extinguishthelight - “It’s the Roman circus. What does the emperor do when the people are getting restive? When they don’t like the policies? He sends them to the circus... they have football games and basketball games. All to keep the idiots preoccupied with things that don’t mean anything in the scheme of the entire world.” - WilliamCooper Sports are rigged and I’ll give a couple examples, the 1985 NBA draft lottery: where the first overall pick was fixed to go to the NewYork Knicks. An accountant from Ernst & Whinney put the envelopes into the glass drum but not before specifically banging the Knicks envelope against the glass to bend the corner of it, thereby making it easy for David Stern to determine which one was theirs to pick. The firm this accountant worked at was also used by Gulf + Western which were owners of the Knicks. Coincidence? There’s also TimDonaghy who was a former NBA referee, he filed a court document in 2008 saying Game 6 of the 2002 Western Conference Finals was fixed by two referees. The document claimed that “to increase ticket sales and television ratings, top executives of the NBA sought to manipulate games using referees.” (United States v. Tim Donaghy - June 10, 2008). The NFL has a game they want you to forget happened, BottleGate in 2001. The Browns converted a 3rd down play that was ruled a catch, the next play the QB Couch spikes the ball. After this play, referee McAulay stopped the game and said they would be reviewing the 3rd down play even though NFL rules stipulate that a replay cannot be done if another play has started. They reversed the call which turned the ball over to the other team, fans became irate and began throwing bottles onto the field and at the referees. They eventually call the game over with 48 seconds to go, where the NFL league office makes them all go back out on the field to finish out the final 48 seconds. Perhaps most compelling, these sport giants are rooted in gambling and organized crime (How Organized Crime Influences Professional Football by Dan E Moldea). And the NFL has actually argued before a Supreme Court (Associated Press - 2010) that their business is

@Regran_ed from @extinguishthelight - “It’s the Roman circus. What does the emperor do when the people are getting restive? When they don...

Western Conference Finals: LOOKATME IAM THE RIM NOW Draymond Green was denied a dunk in game 5 of the NBA Western Conference Finals. Clint Capela after the block:
Western Conference Finals: LOOKATME
 IAM THE RIM NOW
Draymond Green was denied a dunk in game 5 of the NBA Western Conference Finals. Clint Capela after the block:

Draymond Green was denied a dunk in game 5 of the NBA Western Conference Finals. Clint Capela after the block:

Western Conference Finals: PHIENI 13 Best All-time Draft Pick at 15: Steve Nash ACHIEVEMENTS: 2× NBA Most Valuable Player (2005, 2006), 8× NBA All-Star, 3× All-NBA First Team (2005–2007), 2× All-NBA Second Team (2008, 2010), 2× All-NBA Third Team (2002, 2003), 5× NBA assists leader (2005–2007, 2010–2011), 4× 50–40–90 club (2006, 2008–2010), 2× NBA Skills Challenge champion, No. 13 retired by Phoenix Suns -------------------------------------- BIO: Nash graduated from Santa Clara as the team's all-time leader in assists and was taken as the 15th pick in the 1996 NBA draft by the Phoenix Suns. He made minimal impact and was traded to the Dallas Mavericks in 1998. By his fourth season with the Mavericks, he was voted to his first NBA All-Star Game and had earned his first All-NBA selection. Together with Dirk Nowitzki and Michael Finley, Nash led the Mavericks to the Western Conference Finals the following season. He became a free agentafter the 2003–04 season and returned to the Phoenix Suns. In the 2004–05 season, Nash led the Suns to the Western Conference Finals and was named the league's MVP. He was named MVP again in the 2005–06 season and was runner-up for a third consecutive MVP to Nowitzki in 2006–07. Named by ESPN in 2006 as the ninth-greatest point guard of all time, Nash led the league in assists and free-throwpercentage at various points in his career. He is also ranked as one of the top players in NBA league history in three-point shooting, free-throw shooting, total assists, and assists per game. HONORABLE MENTIONS: Kawhi Leonard
Western Conference Finals: PHIENI
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Best All-time Draft Pick at 15: Steve Nash ACHIEVEMENTS: 2× NBA Most Valuable Player (2005, 2006), 8× NBA All-Star, 3× All-NBA First Team (2005–2007), 2× All-NBA Second Team (2008, 2010), 2× All-NBA Third Team (2002, 2003), 5× NBA assists leader (2005–2007, 2010–2011), 4× 50–40–90 club (2006, 2008–2010), 2× NBA Skills Challenge champion, No. 13 retired by Phoenix Suns -------------------------------------- BIO: Nash graduated from Santa Clara as the team's all-time leader in assists and was taken as the 15th pick in the 1996 NBA draft by the Phoenix Suns. He made minimal impact and was traded to the Dallas Mavericks in 1998. By his fourth season with the Mavericks, he was voted to his first NBA All-Star Game and had earned his first All-NBA selection. Together with Dirk Nowitzki and Michael Finley, Nash led the Mavericks to the Western Conference Finals the following season. He became a free agentafter the 2003–04 season and returned to the Phoenix Suns. In the 2004–05 season, Nash led the Suns to the Western Conference Finals and was named the league's MVP. He was named MVP again in the 2005–06 season and was runner-up for a third consecutive MVP to Nowitzki in 2006–07. Named by ESPN in 2006 as the ninth-greatest point guard of all time, Nash led the league in assists and free-throwpercentage at various points in his career. He is also ranked as one of the top players in NBA league history in three-point shooting, free-throw shooting, total assists, and assists per game. HONORABLE MENTIONS: Kawhi Leonard

Best All-time Draft Pick at 15: Steve Nash ACHIEVEMENTS: 2× NBA Most Valuable Player (2005, 2006), 8× NBA All-Star, 3× All-NBA First Team...