Looky here folks, it’s not a basketball court if evergreen colored grass is covering it. Basketball is basketball, not tennis. You play basketball on concrete or on one of those hard wooden floors. You don’t play basketball on well-manicured, evergreen colored grass. This isn’t tennis. This isn’t Wimbledon.
That’s why somebody needs to tell these rich and wealthy folks like this Young & the Restless fella name Daniel Goodard who’s selling his multi-million dollar house out there in Calabasas, California, that not every sport should be played on grass.
I don’t care how pretty the grass is. Grass is grass. It’s there for beautification to give the outside of your house some oomph.
The grass isn’t there for you to be running it down, bouncing a ball on it, and whatnot.
If good, decent common folks see you have a pretty yard with flowers in it and a basketball court on it, the first thing they’re going to do is wonder what low budget zip code you come from.
And after that, they’re going to start wondering if your toilets are working, what your house smells like, and how many holes are in the walls.
Because stuff like that, a basketball goal, a cheap looking one at that, on a well-manicured evergreen colored yard is going to cause all the porch lights to come on.
A cheap looking basketball goal sitting on a well-manicured yard stands out and says to folks that something is wrong.
It looks like somebody just patched up the house in order to sell it. If a person will patch up the outside, it’s no telling what they’ve done to the inside.
The toilets are not working. There are holes in the walls. The floor boards are coming up. The electrical sockets are all out of wack. The doors are coming off the hinges and funk is permeating throughout the house.
You just never know. That’s why y’all need to be mindful of the signs like a cheap looking Walmart store bought basketball goal sitting on a well-manicured evergreen colored yard that something ain’t right whenever y’all go house shopping.
Therefore, whenever y’all see a cheap looking Walmart store bought basketball goal sitting on a well-manicured evergreen colored yard in a multi-million dollar neighborhood like Calabasas, California, believe me you, something ain’t right.