That’s The Reason I’m a Bullets Fan

Old school Bullets fans will remember this post-Bel Biv Devoe jam from the ’94-’95 season … You Da Man!

The Bullets were 21-61 that year. Ugh.

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    Loved these squads — how we were so awful with Howard and Webber only the DC area sports Gods know.

    But, I have one beef — Jim McIlvaine was NOT Da’ Man!

    Ben Wallace was — and what did we do?!?! We let him go where he would go on to be a multiple NBA Defensive Player of the year. As a young teen I could see Ben Wallace was raw and was going to be a star. I used to tell my dad, “He’s a beast!” My dad said I should have been the Bullets GM.

    Also, a young ‘Sheed! He was slamming on fools all year, his rookie campaign. This was before all he did was chuck 3s.

    Shout to to composer of the track — Mozie fam!

  • Oops — a next season or two version is the real raw with ‘Sheed and Robert Pack. Pack also slammed on folks hard!

  • Curtis Mozie

    Hey thanks for the memories that was a very special group of guys.And the jingle we produced was a hit. Also look out for my book memoir coming this summer as I tell my story of being a bullets ballboy traveling with them on road games and the one on ones against the best players ever durning the 1980’s ‘Beyond The Yellow Tape’
    [email protected]

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  • Chip

    Don’t forget the other great Bullets’ song: Bullets Fever by Nils Lofgren:

  • WFY

    There’s another version where the broadcasters get name-checked, including…Charlie Slowes.