Sarah Palin’s next career choice … basketball coach?

Based on her resignation speech, who knows?

If you listen up to the 1:00 mark, you heard this bit of basketball wisdom …

Let me go back to a comfortable analogy for me – sports… basketball. I use it because you’re naïve if you don’t see the national full-court press picking away right now: A good point guard drives through a full court press, protecting the ball, keeping her eye on the basket… and she knows exactly when to pass the ball so that the team can win. And I’m doing that – keeping our eye on the ball that represents sound priorities – smaller government, energy independence, national security, freedom! And I know when it’s time to pass the ball – for victory. 

So here is what that that gameplan might look like on Coach Palin’s locker room chalkboard. 

PALINCOACHNothing but cliched, pointless crap, right? Of course. It’s Sarah Palin. 

But don’t think she can’t be successful as a basketball coach. Cliched, pointless crap is their stock-in-trade. Check this out: 

And that guy is one of the most successful coaches in the NBA. 

So watch, your backs, basketball coaches.

As losses rear their heads, where- where will GMs and athletics directors go? It’s Sarah Palin. And which coaching jobs will she take? All of ’em. Any of ’em that have been in front of her over all these years.


5 responses to “Sarah Palin’s next career choice … basketball coach?

  1. This article is where I found out Sarah Palin resigned. As far as I’m concerned, you scooped CNN and the New York Times.

  2. Your continuing crush on Ms. Palin is so endearing.

  3. sportspickle

    You betcha!

  4. Wow. Was anyone on the Magic listening to SVG?

  5. Well, at least she talks less funny than Avery Johnson does.

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