Maybe the 2020 WNBA season starts, maybe it doesn’t. We here at Witty Weather Pun are nothing if not adaptable. That’s why we launched the Witty Weather Pun Film Series, where we break down the skills of the antagonists and any important ancillary characters in what we deem to be basketball moves. Today, we’re examining Double Teamed.
OK. Can we take a moment to ponder how Disney expected us to think these two were twins?
Disney obviously wasn’t going to break the bank and use the revolutionary Parent Trap technology to put two versions of one actress in the same scene. And finding identical twin actresses wouldn’t have been easy.
Now that that mini-rant is out of the way, let’s talk hoops.
The less said about our present situation the better. Apparently medical professionals haven’t thought to reach out to Breanna Stewart because I can’t be the only one who thinks Stewie could develop a vaccine for COVID-19 if she put her mind to it.
The WNBA is still holding its draft despite the ongoing pandemic and has yet to make any decisions about the 2020 season. The league faces fewer logistical hurdles by virtue of its smaller size, but if we’re being honest, it’s hard to envision how we get to see the WNBA this summer.
In an effort to continue generating #content and provide an entertaining diversion, I will examine basketball movies. And by “basketball movies,” we’re talking a film that features basketball in any form. Should this pandemic go on long enough, I will absolutely consider Catwoman to be a basketball movie.
Reach out on Twitter (@JosephZucker) or in the comments with any suggestions.