Yesterday, on the heels of John Wall's first career triple-double in his sixth career game, Colin Cowherd once again took to the airwaves to air his grievance about Wall's play. It was tasteful; he invoked Wall's dead dad and everything.

What Cowherd says, exactly, is "Who's your dad?" and his point, it seems, is that Wall lacks leadership ability because he also, um, lacked a father?

Here's audio of more Cowherd dumbassery, accompanied by a slideshow of some people who managed to not be complete failures because they didn't have a father.

Here's a list of notable fatherless people in different fields.

So, in summation, John Wall's destined to be nothing but a run-and-gun-type player who will never win anything because he dances before games and because his dad died. If you have an Insider account, you can listen to the full show here (the Wall business begins around the 56 minute mark). Caution though, you may be tempted to put a fist through your computer.

Once more, with emphasis: Colin Cowherd, fuck off.

H/T Kogod for the headline

Colin Cowherd now doesn't like John Wall's dad [DC Sports Blog]

UPDATE: Per this Boston Globe article on Rajon Rondo from last year, Rondo's father left his family when Rajon was seven years old.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that Colin didn't think this one through entirely.