>SOSB'S SMALL-YET-MIGHTY POINTS IN THE (MS) PAINT GALLERY

>On occasion I get the urge to do zany illustrations, or even comic strip-type stuff centered around some current event that i deem sufficiently important or wacky.

Problem is, I have zero (and I do mean ZERO) artistic talent. Of course, Wes is pretty handy with a stick figure, but these ideas require something a little more intricate.

Good thing for us, we know a dude who is a wizard (literally!) with this shit. He helps us out when he’s not busy documenting the lives of happy-go-lucky Oranges and Hipster Bananas. Seriously. See for yourself.

Anyway, hope you enjoy, and be on the look-out for more drawerings in the near future…

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POINTS IN THE (MS) PAINT, VOL. 1:THE INVENTOR OF 


BASKETBALL HAD A LITTLE STREET IN HIM

Hard to believe, I know.
Of course, he had a hell of a time getting that big ball in the little rim, but he worked the kinks out eventually…





POINTS IN THE (MS) PAINT, VOL. 2: IT’S NOW OR NEVER FOR THE CHOSEN ONE

Let’s face it, BYU needs a savior. I mean, they’ve struggled since the suspension of Brandon Davies for gettin’ his conjugal relations on and have now gone from being a good bet to make the Final Four to a team that will be lucky to survive the first week-end.
Of course, there is one man who can save them.
A man revered like none other in BYU Basketball history.
A man of legendary deeds.
A heroic man.
A savior, if you will.
This man.

POINTS IN THE(MS) PAINT, VOL. 3: IT’S PAYS TO BE (SHAKA) SMART

How much would you pay for a handsome, articulate, Scarface-quoting 33 year old coaching prodigy coming off a Final Four appearance with a team who most people thought didn’t even deserve to make the Tournament?
Well, we shall find out in the next month or so. Not sure why, but it the whole scenario makes me think of Big Al from the old Chappelle Show reparations sketch, minus the Burger King crown and the beatboxing, anyway.
Kiss the rings, bitch.

POINTS IN THE (MS) PAINT, VOL. 4: A PORTRAIT OF THE KNICKS BRAINTRUST IN HAPPIER TIMES

Who could possibly think trading away almost every asset you have for a guy you were likely to get for free in the Summer was a good idea?

James Dolan and his little buddy Isiah, of course.

On the bright side, they should have enough salary cap room to get some talented players around Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire in about 2015 or so.

Oooooh, did I mention Denver is 15-4 since the trade?

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