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I’m 31 now and I’m patently not getting any younger (though, strangely, my maturity plateaued about 15 years ago) and I’m starting to realise that my chances of becoming a professional football (soccer) player are beginning to dwindle. To be honest, I have done very little to help facilitate this dream – I drink copiously, I am entirely lacking in drive and motivation, I don’t smoke but it might as well be if the tidal volume of my lungs is anything to go by and, perhaps crucially, I’m not good enough to be a footballer.

So, it is abundantly clear that the time has come to put a pin in my footballing career aspirations and focus on a goal entirely more realistic. With this in mind, I’ve decided to become a professional NBA star instead. I have all the physical attributes needed to be a success in this sporting arena. People call me “Stretch” because I’m a whopping 5ft10in, I have the physique of a Greek adonis and have former NBA star, David Charlton, teaching me all that I need to know.

I will, however, obviously need the right equipment to crack the NBA “big leagues” and the most important thing for an NBA player isn’t talent, height, skill, drive or any of that bullshit – it’s the shoes he wears. And that, sir, is why I will be busted out a pair of these awesome Nike Blazer Trainers when I make my professional NBA debut in the next week or so.

Update: My agent just called me and said that nobody picked me in the draft. Which is weird. Because I’m ace at the hoops.

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My performance may have been hindered by me buying size 19 to try and fit in with the rest of the chaps in the NBA.

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