Toothpick is a Professional Basketball player, known for breaking the record, "most consecutive games scoring at least 20 points", having played 1200 consecutive games with 20 points scored.


Early Life and career in NCAA Basketball

Toothpick was born in the year 1965, in Wyoming. He attended and graduated from the U.S.C., where he became a popular Basketball player, and the U.F.C. made it to the one of the Bowl games three of the four seasons he was in the U.S.C., and won the NCAA championship one of the seasons, having won the Rose Bowl in one of the seasons, and lost the Orange Bowl in the other.

Career in the NBA

Toothpick was drafted in the NBA, and played for the Los Angelos Lakers, where he set the record of the most consecutive games having scored more than 20 points. He eventually retired, and coached three different Basketball teams.

Later Life

His later life was rather uneventful until, at the tender age of 43, he was arrested for a number of crippling charges which his fans still deny to this day.

1. He assaulted children with a specially designed "concrete" basketball.

2. He assaulted police with a concrete basketball.

At first police assumed that the concrete basketballs used in all of the crimes (there were around about 33 reported incidents although experts speculate that the number of survivors able to report the crimes afterwards would have been low and so the true amount could be appallingly higher) but a raid carried out on his private mansion a couple of months later revealed that his basement had become a concrete basket ball manufacturing factory.

I think it's safe to say that he scored more than 20 "points" on his criminal record.

He was later sentenced to death by firing squad. It was deemed appropriate by the judge that the firing squad, instead of shooting with guns, be armed with concrete basketballs in order to punish him adequately for his crimes.

20 minutes after the firing squad began "firing" Toothpick's last words were reportedly- "I can't believe this hasn't killed me yet!"