January 4, 2007, - 12:14 pm

Weird Nuisance Brought on America: Another WNBA Team Bites the Dust

By Debbie Schlussel
For over a decade, I’ve written about a national sports farce: the WNBA a/k/a Lesbian Basketball, Inc.
Why does a “sports” “league” that never made a profit in a decade of operation, and that has yet to reach the ratings that the XFL got in its single season, continue to exist?
Political Correctness–with a capital PC–subsidized by liberal NBA gazillionaire owners, who make NBA fan/customers subsidize it, too.
It still exists, but the WNBA (Will Net Bupkus Always) has just seen another team go kaput, the Charlotte Sting.


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In December, the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats got rid of the money-losing WNBA Charlotte Sting. A female marketing executive wanted to buy it, but couldn’t raise the $3.5 million (they should have paid her $3.5 million to take the loser “investment”).
Yesterday, the team folded because neither the NBA nor the WNBA could find a buyer. Surprise, surprise. Also not a surprise, the WNBA had no comment, yesterday.
Time to pull the plug on this failed social experiment in pro sports feminiam. They’ve had over a decade to prove themselves. It’s a solid, consistent failure.
And a Waste of National Broadcast Airtime.
Man or Woman?: Weird Basketball’s Tenth Anniversary (WNBA)
When WNBA Players Attack: WNBA’er Article Vs. Me in Arizona Republic
F-U Salutations From My Friends at the WNBA (Lute Olson’s Granddaughter)
Lesbian Basketball, Season 9 vs. the Indy Chick
WNBA: Sports’ Bearded Lady Sideshow Re-infests
Schlussel on FOXNews.com: WNBA’s Bunny Brigade: New Role Models for America’s Girls
WNBA: Sports’ Big Joke is Closet Deception

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2 Responses

Dammit, Debbie! That’s another 12 lesbians… err… “athletes” that are out of work. Now what are they going to do?!… United Way-sponsored mentorships at girls sports camps?!… High School P.E. Teachers?! I had a lesbian high school P.E. Teacher for a couple of years. It was an old school bootcamp, to say the least.

Yiddish Steel on January 4, 2007 at 4:37 pm

I have nothing against women playing basketball or any other sport for that matter, but when I watch a professional contest, I want to see the very best at what they DO. In this case, it just happens to be men. Further, I find women’s professional tennis MUCH more interesting than the men simply because of the serve and volley matches.
Oh AND …
I really would rather watch high school girls compete in cheerleading than the boys. (grin)

Rocketman on January 7, 2007 at 11:18 am

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