Using pictures of NBA plays from this season, create an appropriate caption to describe what all relevant participants might have been thinking.
First up, Dwight Howard from the Orlando Magic.
This play occurred the other night:
First reaction: Why?
Why jump? You got to love the naivete of the youngster Jrue Holiday. His heart was in the right place. But seriously, what was he hoping to accomplish by jumping on this play? A veteran would have gotten out of the way.
And come on now Jrue, part of becoming a better basketball player is learning from your mistakes and improving upon them. Apparently you have been needlessly trying to block dunks since you were playing against Kemba walker in high school.
Look at the disgust on Dwight Howard's face afterwards.
Jrue, it's almost as if you forced him into doing something he didn't want to.
But come on now Dwight, this dude was like half your size, and younger than you.
This play doesn't exactly make you bad......just mean.
Why did you feel it was necessary to steal this kid's lunch money?
But I guess sometimes we all have to learn the hard way.
Nice to see things have come full circle for you Dwight and that you are doing the teaching these days.
After all, you remember what is was like to be a youngster in the league, right? (Ask Kobe)
Without further adieu, here is you 'create a caption' picture:
Three participants (excluding Brandon Bass, right behind Howard. But you can include him for a bonus)
1) Dwight Howard
2) Jrue Holiday
3) No. 20 on the Sixers.
My caption #1
1) Dwight Howard - "Who is the master!?"
2) Jrue Holiday - "Sho 'nuff."
3) No. 20 on the Sixers - "Huh. So that's what a heat sack is."
My caption #2
1) Dwight Howard - "I told you not to jump." (He actually did in real life)
2) Jrue Holiday - "Oy gevalt."
3) No. 20 on the Sixers "Wolfman's got nards."
I am eager to hear your creative thoughts on the matter......