Matt Barkley Found Some of Donovan McNabb’s Old Shoes and Joel Embiid Knows Someone with Photoshop

Right now in the Twitter accounts of local athletes who aren’t playing:

The prototype cleats above, which are certainly more stylish than any of the other cleats McNabb wore, were found by Matt Barkley while he was hanging around the NovaCare Complex(?). Barkley was presumably looking for some flashy kicks because he wanted to look his best for his catch with Jimmy Kempski.

Donovan, you’re free right? You can swing on by and pick those up anytime.

And Joel Embiid knows someone who is does passable Photoshop work:


  1. UL Washington's Toothpick

    July 23, 2014 at 4:41 pm

    Embiid is kinda cool

    • Starting to think Embiid is more interested in being a star than a Basketball Player. Kind of a Mike Sillinger thing.

  2. Sheena Parveen's hairy asshole

    July 23, 2014 at 5:30 pm

    Let’s combine two completely unrelated half twitter “stories” to make one click bait blog post. Fucking wonderful.

    BTW, call up 97.5 and beg like a bitch to earn a chance to stand in line and grope my padded bra and pooch belly with 700 other sweaty drunken men.

  3. What happens when you just come here for the comments but none of these crappy “articles” are worth commenting on?

  4. Common Please Court

    July 23, 2014 at 7:07 pm

    This fucking idiot has “Future Restraining Order” written all over him.

  5. Meyton Panning

    July 23, 2014 at 11:54 pm

    If stalking female celebrities was a class,Embiid would pass with flying colors.

  6. Darren Sharper

    July 24, 2014 at 7:33 am

    ..I like the kids attitude….I think he could go places..

  7. This garbage is becoming unreadable..

    “And Joel Embiid knows someone who is does passable Photoshop work:”

    If you’re going to post BS stories, make sure that you at least proof-read your work. Shit, you’ve got a title of Writer/Editor. Edit your shit.

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