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Dirk Nowitzki’s Wikipedia Was Changed, Possibly By Angry Miami Heat Fans


Miami Heat fans are a bit peeved this morning, seeing as how their team is down 3-2 in the NBA Finals. The main reason for that, of course, is a 7 foot German gentleman with a herky jerky fadeaway that’s impossible to defend. So, although there’s no way to state with 100% certainty that it was a Miami fan who altered Dirk Nowitzki‘s Wikipedia page to classify him as an “alien shitstabber…” we’ll let you draw your own conclusions (click to make big).

The alien shitstabber’s line last night: 29 points, 6 rebounds, and a win.

[h/t Reddit]


  • SteveNash2MVPs

    I’m Steve Nash and I approve of that message. 

  • Lniklot28

    Who wrote that ???!!!

  • EliiteXAvenger

    It wasnt a heat fan it was a stupid snake called Kobe Bryant

  • Richie

    The edit history on the wiki  cant be deleted and shows the IP address… the IP address from the person who wrote that originated just outside Chicago.

    In the news…Chicago, the very same day, have teased Bosh on public radio with a song about him being gay. 

    More over,  they have been bashing their own player , Carlos Boozer, every day since their series loss to the Heat. 

    So what we have here looks to be some general socially acceptable scumbag/douchebag mentality coming out of the state. It may not be all chicago fans…but rather some twisted precedent set by a core group of them.

    So… this core group of fans in Chicago (which I hope is a minority there) are either A)Scumbags or B)Douchebags

    What do you think?

  • Anonymous

    tinyurl.com/2a7usxg

  • Anonymous

    tinyurl.com/2a7usxg

  • chiefkeef

    all of the above, this is a city of corruption, violence, and assholes….outsiders aren’t welcome hahahahahahahahahhaha


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