Responding to John Amaechi's declaration of his sexuality, former Miami Heat guard Tim Hardaway announced on a radio show that he hates the queers.
"You know, I hate gay people, so I let it be known," said Hardaway, then proudly elaborating that he doesn't like gay people, doesn't like to be around them, and doesn't feel that they should be in the world or in the United States. Listeners, varying from the everyday sports enthusiast to high-end officials, clamored for Hardaway to offer some solution for their removal. Sadly, Hardaway gave no such proposal.

Bringing it back to the real issue at hand – homos in the NBA- Hardaway said he wouldn't want a gay player on his team, or want to be in the locker room while a gay player was there. He "wouldn't even be a part of that."
That, of course, meaning the obviously inevitable same-sex orgy, spurred on by the sexually-insatiable gay player.

Hardaway's fears also include increased purple and rainbow color schemes in uniforms, the scantily clad female cheerleaders replaced by gay male strippers, the National Anthem replaced by  "Beautiful" by Christina Aguilera, and instead of the traditional Spalding basketball, 10" Orange dildos would be the new apparatuses.