As Dallas Says Goodbye to Satnam, This One’s Going to Stingh

LAS VEGAS, NV - JULY 15: Satnam Singh
LAS VEGAS, NV - JULY 15: Satnam Singh /

After a shocking turn of events, the Texas Legends have parted ways with India’s golden child, Satnam Singh Bhamara.

A cloud reigns over the Dallas-Fort Worth today as news broke that the Dallas Mavericks‘ 2015 second-round draft pick, Satnam Singh, will not return to the Texas Legends for the 2017-2018 season.

It was a beautiful journey for King Singh. A young boy from India with a dream to play in the NBA. Sadly, it would appear that Singh’s dream will stop at the G-League as he plans to play basketball in India this year. However, Singh may have gotten the next best thing to playing in the NBA – his own Netflix documentary.

In Singh’s two-season career with the Texas Legends, he put up historic numbers: 1.56 points per game, 1.41 rebounds per game and 0.07 blocks per game.

Many people don’t know this, but Satnam is much more than just a basketball player. Satnam Singh is:

A Fighter

A Gentleman

Passionate about Social Justice Issues

A Motivational Speaker

A Ladies’ Man

Finally…An International Treasure

A Letter to Satnam Singh

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Dear Satnam,

In no way do the fans of the NBA deserve you. In a time of absolute imparity in the NBA, you gave us hope. You were the one to return order to the National Basketball Association. However, with your superior intellect, you quickly realized that we have reached a point of no return. Maybe we will see you again, perhaps when LeBron is out of the league. But until then, we will do nothing but honor and remember the impact you made on this great game. They say that either die a hero or live long enough to see your self-become a hero. That being said, I respect your choice to leave the league. Thank you for turning the page to a new chapter of basketball and capturing the hearts of an entire universe while doing it.


Basketball Fans Everywhere

P.S. I, for one, would be a very big fan of Villian Satnam, even if he were to join the Warriors.