Atlanta Hawks Dealt Another Blow

Hot on the heals of Josh Childress’s departure from the Atlanta Hawks to play in Greece, the Hawks have just learned they may have missed out on a promising prospect that was almost on their front door step.

According to this story

Matthew Whitton, a cop in Clayton County, Ga., and his friend Rick Dyer, a former corrections officer, say they recently found the body of Big Foot in the woods of northern Georgia.

Veteran Bigfoot tracker Tom Biscardi said he’s examined the body, and that scientists will get their chance soon. Meanwhile, the body, photos and DNA evidence will be released at a press conference in Palo Alto, Calfiornia on Friday.

“I think you’ll find that this is the real deal,” Robert Barrows of Redwood City, Calif., told the Bay City News local wire service.

Yeah, well, that’s what they said about Kwame Brown.

What I want to know is why they are presenting a body, and not a captured specimen.

And after all those “sightings” in the Pacific Northwest, if this story is true, it’s wild they finally caught up with one in Georgia.

And why fly (drive?) it to Northern California for the press conference? Was there a testing facility for Big Foot fraud there or something?

And could the Big Fella box out? Before, of course, his unfortunate demise.

The good news is I hear his younger brother, Marc, is playing in Spain and will soon be playing for (of all teams) the Grizzlies.

Oh wait, that’s the younger brother of the Geico caveman.

My bad.

  1. Tom7Tom708-13-2008

    I just read more about this.

    Apparently two men were walking in the woods and came upon the corpse.

    It measures 7’7″.

    They are expecting DNA analysis to be done Friday or Saturday and will be allowing the press to examine it on Monday.

    Expect Mark Cuban to be on hand.

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  3. Cathern MenardCathern Menard11-12-2010

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  4. Mississippi DMVMississippi DMV12-09-2010

    I could not agree more to this. Just astonishing!

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