The cowardice displayed by Billy Hunter’s hangmen tell you everything you need to know about where the NBA Players Association is headed after Hunter’s lynching.
Derek Fisher’s proclamation promising a union move toward transparency, integrity and professionalism in the absence of its nepotism-loving, mom-and-pop executive director is laughable.
Vic Mackey, the dirty cop in the TV show The Shield, did not clean up the streets of South Central Los Angeles. Mackey simply organized the chaos and did his best to keep the violence contained and profits flowing in the right direction.
You can’t fight crime with crime. That’s the point of Batman. Fisher, the president of the NBPA, is no Batman.