Jindrak immediately asserted his authority on the court, taking the positions of power forward and center, keeping the opposing team out of the paint, grabbing every rebound. As stated before, when the ballgame became intense, a player on the opposing team got smacked down. The commentators agreed that "Jindrak got game," even dubbing him as "Brolick" making it official that Jindrak can play with the best of the streeballers at Rucker Park. Jindrak drove the ball in often as well, and had a huge assist on an alley-oop dunk. When that happened the crowd exploded.
"He shocked us all with a huge dunk," said Ramel Allen, who played as small forward on Team WWE, and was also instrumental in bringing WWE to sponsor a team in the tournament. Allen is famous on the streetball court for driving past NBA player, Miami Heat's own Rafer "Skip-to-my-Lou" Alston, who is also a legend on the streetball court. "It's a great experience to have Jindrak play ball with us. I requested for WWE to come out, and it was great that Mark came. Kids love to see that, especially a wrestler who can take it to the court too. My goal is to show the youth you could do something with yourself."
Nice to the the "Reflection of Perfection" has some street cred now ...
Alessandro "Hercules" Boondy
Just so you guys know: 75% of this crap [you read on the internet] is made up, either by the writer, or the wrestler the writer is getting the dirt from. Just so you know. -- Statement by "Tammy Sytch", from Hyatte's Dec. 29th column ... Lest we forget.
It's a good thing we probably won't ever have to worry about him being pushed to the main event, only to announce leaving the week of the biggest event of the year thanks to him growing a wild hair up his ass to leave the WWE for the NBA. :)
Funny thing about this trade: If they are healthy, the Celtics now match up better against Cleveland, because Perkins can bang on the box against Shaq instead of having to leave Z wide open at 20 feet.