Enter: The Wombat
The NBA has over 400 players. Of those, maybe 100 have super-cool desktop wallpapers made for them with all sorts of lasers and inexplicable intergalactic graphical absurdities surrounding their glorified, glowing athletic brilliance.
Well, I’ve had enough. It’s time to recognize the players who make true NBA fans tick.
And so I introduce a new series entitled: Role Player Wallpaper. Let’s give these well-paid underdogs the feeling that they too are worthy of being cast into an alien landscape. Using Gary Forbes’ stellar stats from last season with the Denver Nuggets (sorry Raptors fans, I owe you), this layout was inspired by Noam Schiller’s answer to my question: Who should be named The Wombat?
In stunning 1440x900 brilliance, lose your folders in this cluttered desktop wallpaper while celebrating Gary’s true nature.
Raymond Felton is fat. But it’s the kind of fat found in nuts: the good kind.
Despite decimating injuries to the franchise’s blueprints in Roy and Oden, the Blazers are 7-2. That’s pretty damn good. And while other players spent the lockout forging beach bodies, Felton prepared for the winter.
Raymond can smile knowing that, with endless supplies of nutmeats, he can provide not only for himself but also his teammates during the harshest of months. By stuffing his team’s stat sheets as if they’re his cheeks, his new nickname should be Monounsaturated.
OK, so his numbers are not good:
But so far it looks as though Monounsaturated has fatty intangibles.