NEWS: Why Patrick Ewing Is Still An Assistant Coach! []



Bloggers Note: This is unconfirmed but hella funny!!!

Patrick Ewing is one of the greatest basketball players of all time. Although he never
added an NBA Title to his mantle, He had a stellar career at the Collegiate, Olympic and Professional levels. Some of his numerous accomplishments as a player include:


  • NCAA Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player (1984)
  • Rookie of the Year (NBA, 1986)
  • 11-time All-Star
  • One of 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996)
  • 2-time Olympic gold medalist (1984, ’92)

There are many more to list but let’s focus on the now and ask ourselves this question: After all his experience as a player and now and assistant coach, why has he not been offered a job as an NBA head coach?

Well courtesy of the February 22, 2016 podcast featured on, We have found the answer.

According to an NBA insider one NBA team sent a group of scouts to follow Ewing to see how players interact with him during timeouts and how he handles his duties as an assistant.

After seven games the report was this:

“Basically Patrick Ewing in every time out just stared at the dancer’s asses. There is nothing there and it’s not happening”

I know it’s not easy not to stare at the eye-candy on the court, but as an assistant coach in a league like the NBA, Ewing needs to wipe the drool off the side of his mouth and focus on the task at hand. Bring back the intensity that made you a warrior in the NBA….Not the pervert who testified about receiving “sexual favors” at the gold club

Good Luck Patrick!!!!!

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN (25;57 –  27:25)!!!! 



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