Tuesday, July 15, 2008

For A Good Time Dial 976-Fix-IsIn

According to court documents obtained by Fox News, former NBA referee Tim Donaghy had a phone pal in the league. It seems that while he was fixing games, Donaghy had a propensity to give fellow NBA official Scott Foster a call just before or after a game in which Donaghy had placed a wager. The court records show a total of 134 such calls.

The records of course don't indicate the content of these calls, but honestly, what else could it be? What reason would a guy possibly have to call anybody over a hundred times in a year? I don't think I've called any individual 100 times total in my entire life. If you were to survey 100 men and ask them who they might call 100 times over the course of a year, 99 of them would say his bookie and one whipped guy would say his wife. That's it. Those are the only options.

So if Donaghy wants to explain the calls, he only has two alternatives- he and Foster were either co-conspirators, or they were young lovers. Donaghy can say that he called Foster either to tell him that the point total was 198 and he needed the over, or to let him know that everytime he blew his whistle, he'd be thinking of Foster's cock. Since Donaghy already faces 33 months in prison, he might want to go with the former option.



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