Picture this. The Black American Basketball Association has grand opened at the new coliseum downtown. The lines are long and the tickets are sold out. Three months ago was the BABA draft and Black colleges and high schools from all over the country jam packed for the tryouts. Recruiters visit Black schools and picked only the choice candidates, those who were, first of all, good at balling, and second those who maintained excellent GPA's.
The media is eating this event up because it is the first time in almost 100 years that Blacks have had anything all their own, however this time, it was not a forced, segregated affair, but one of pure entrepreneur genius and management skills. Former basketball athletes who capitalized from the billions funneled into their laps during the NBA seasons pooled their money together and began what would then be known as the foundation of a Black economic self-sufficient society.
Once inside the coliseum, the pre-game show consists of even more Black talent. The Hip-Hop culture sees the potential in this Black mega-money oasis and offers their support to open the game with words of rhythm and empowerment. Also, talented Black leaders, singers, dancers, and speakers know this is the beginning of a beautiful thing and put forth their applications for future games.
After the pre-game show, the coaches are introduced and they stride unto the floor humbly, proud, and Black, of course. No need for preferences, racist commentators, or the old "what does five Black guys and 1 white guy equal" jokes. Since all the Black NBA payers pulled out from beneath their exploiters, the NBA has lost viewers, support, recognition and money. After all, who wants to see a bunch of white boys play basketball?
During the game, the fans cheer the best and brightest athletes of Black America as they proudly play the game they have so long played under the umbrella of exploitation, but now play it knowing that the proceeds from ticket sales (from the Black and white community) is going toward the schools that will turn out the best educated Black ball players and students in the country.
Parents are willing to encourage their children to do better and there is no shame in pushing your Black son, or daughter, to play basketball because it is for the good and empowerment of the Black community, and not for the benefit of some white owner.
The teams are from all over the nation, from New York to LA, from Detroit to Orlando, and Blacks across the nation are proud. The Black ball players from whom this idea originated grow prosperous overnight and the idea caught on right away with Black mayors all over the country, the NFL and even baseball, and they were willing to organize programs in inner city schools to receive support and money from the new Black America Basketball Association.
© Feb. 2017
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