Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Dikembe Mutombo's Life in 2013
Everyone knows the shot-blocking sensation Dikembe Mutombo Mpolondo Mukamba Jean-Jacques Wamutombo as a pretty good basketball player. He was the man who saved the world for Old Spice in 2012. Now he is on to bigger and better things by returning to the NBA. He will be forty-seven years old in 2013; that won't stop him from making a difference on a bad team. The Milwaukee Bucks will sign him to a max contract for 7.4 years earning $10,000 for every block each year. The Bucks will have the two best shot-blockers in the NBA (Larry Sanders and Dikembe Mutombo). With those two players and Monta Ellis chucking three pointers the Bucks will make a run at the championship this year. Ilyasova will make NBA history for being the highest paid sixth man of the year. Mutombo will finger wag at Andrew Bynum in the season opener after his 17th block of the game and Bynum will bite his finger off like Mike Tyson. Despite the injury, Mutombo will earn Comeback Player of the Year, Humanitarian of the Year, Most Valuable Player, and Defensive Player of the Year. After 2013, Mutombo will end his historical run and blow out all ligaments in his knees and then the Bucks will give him a signing bonus for being injured.