Wizards' Haywood keeps drama going

INDEPENDENCE: For the Cavaliers and the Washington Wizards, there seems to be no shortage of things to bicker about. Full Story
Clayton

Washington, DC

#1 Apr 24, 2008
Amen, Haywood. Coach Brown needs to keep his whining and complaining on the bench, not on the court. You don't ever see any other NBA coach pulling the stuff Brown does. I have never ever seen more crying or complaining...sometimes he reminds me of a kid at a toy store who doesn't get what he wants. Grow up.
MMM

Old Greenwich, CT

#2 Apr 24, 2008
Yes, I completely agree that you have to mark it look like you're going for the ball. That is exactly why Brendan Haywood is a complete MORON.
MMM

Old Greenwich, CT

#3 Apr 24, 2008
make, even. hah
LUCKY

Rhinebeck, NY

#4 Apr 24, 2008
Lets be realistic. Varejaos and Wallaces foul were hard fouls. Haywoods was flagrant and if you look at Lebrons leg, had he not been as strong as he is, he would have broke his leg and been out for some of next year. How about go for the ball next time, you are not suspended, apologize, and be quiet & play.
observer

Columbus, OH

#5 Apr 24, 2008
wow, did eddie jordan just learn and state what has been common sense in the NBA for ages? it is called "the game" eddie. you really can not complain about it if you are going to coach it.
cally

Fairport, NY

#6 Apr 24, 2008
hahaha that stuff is too funny cause Haywoods flagrant was too much he could of broke lebrons head open and the washington people need t stfu cause the cavs are going to shut then down
Parker

New Milford, NJ

#7 Apr 24, 2008
"Amen, Haywood. Coach Brown needs to keep his whining and complaining on the bench, not on the court. You don't ever see any other NBA coach pulling the stuff Brown does. I have never ever seen more crying or complaining...sometimes he reminds me of a kid at a toy store who doesn't get what he wants. Grow up."

How ironic... you're whining about the other coach's perceived whining. Maybe if your team actually had won either of the first two games, you (and also the players on your team) would have something else to talk about.
Dani

Conneaut, OH

#8 Apr 24, 2008
Go CAVS!!
Oh No

Cleveland, OH

#9 Apr 24, 2008
MMM wrote:
Yes, I completely agree that you have to mark it look like you're going for the ball. That is exactly why Brendan Haywood is a complete MORON.
Well is really sad is the fact some of todays youth thinks he is a hero. Haywood behavior need to be put in check, before he hurts another player. I blame the refs and the NBA. Perhaps a hugh fine would make a difference.
CavsFanInDC

Baltimore, MD

#10 Apr 24, 2008
Haywood was a Cavaliers first round draft pick all those years ago...then immediately traded to the Wizards during the MICHAEL Jordan era...he is an underachieving Bum...never realized any potential until this season when he finally applied himself because of all the criticism he was taking here in DC due to all Wizards fans who thought he was just going through the motions and cashing his check...he ran his body into LeBron when he was defenseless and airborne; there was no excuse, the refs. needed to send a message to other players...it was a perfect call and served to put a lid on some of their pre-game game plans to "hard-foul" anyone coming to the basket instead of cleanly trying to defend the basket...Haywood's pea-brained effort and mis-interrpretation of the game plan got him kicked-out of the game...we'll see what happens tonight...Go Cavs!
Observer

Fairfield, CT

#11 Apr 24, 2008
A moron would be someone who has no comon sense, or formal education. I believe Brendan Haywood has a degree from UNC, what degree does Lebron have? Oh that's right, he didn't go to college. Also, the REAL number 23(remember the one that tormented you all for years) rarely complained about hard fouls, it's a part of the playoffs. If you don't like it, try synchronized swimming. You should never foul to hurt another player, but if your going to foul, make sure he knows he was fouled. All you little cry babies saying Lebron could have got seriously hurt, grow up. It was no where near that serious. Anyway, enjoy it while it lasts, Lebron will be playing for the Brooklyn Nets in a few years anyway.
Oh my

Cleveland, OH

#12 Apr 24, 2008
Observer wrote:
A moron would be someone who has no comon sense, or formal education. I believe Brendan Haywood has a degree from UNC, what degree does Lebron have? Oh that's right, he didn't go to college. Also, the REAL number 23(remember the one that tormented you all for years) rarely complained about hard fouls, it's a part of the playoffs. If you don't like it, try synchronized swimming. You should never foul to hurt another player, but if your going to foul, make sure he knows he was fouled. All you little cry babies saying Lebron could have got seriously hurt, grow up. It was no where near that serious. Anyway, enjoy it while it lasts, Lebron will be playing for the Brooklyn Nets in a few years anyway.
Somebody's JEALOUS....
LeBron

AOL

#13 Apr 24, 2008
i dont like the trash talk
im not overated
i am the worlds best baller
gus johnson

Boise, ID

#14 Apr 24, 2008
haywood is a classless moron

and a lousy player at the pro level, too; he should worry about his own sorry self and not what coaches on the other team are up to
Tom

Fairfax, VA

#15 Apr 24, 2008
Excuses, excuses. I guess after figuring out that they can't stop LeBron, and then finding out they can't hurt him either with cheap shots, now the Wizards organization, fans, and media turn to their last crutch - EXCUSES - namely injury excuses and of course, claims that the game is not being called fairly (the most common argument for LeBron haters that have nothing else to turn to).

Eddie Jordan and several Wizards players said rather publicly before and during this series how they were going to foul LeBron hard, punish him, and not allow him to get easy baskets. Now that they are predictably racking up the fouls (after all, wasn't that the gameplan?), everyone wants to complain that the officiating is one-sided? Please, your whole team said they were going to bully the Cavs and foul them hard to prevent easy baskets (which is totally out of character for the normally soft Wizards). Now that the Cavs are also playing physical and punching right back, the Wizards have no back-up plan other than to whine and complain about officiating.

If all goes according to plan and the NBA refs respond to all the crying coming out of DC, I suspect LeBron will have at least 2 suspect charge calls and perhaps a few travelling calls thrown in for good measure in Game 3. If thats not enough for the Wizards to win, what excuse comes next? Are the Wizards team/fans/media going to publicly dispute his age now? Or claim that he's on steroids or something? I guess you can always turn to the whole "the NBA wants LeBron to win" excuse - that seems to be a favorite among the whole delusional Washington DC basketball community.
gus johnson

Boise, ID

#16 Apr 24, 2008
observer is even less classy than haywood...

what is haywood's degree in, underwater fire prevention?

since lebron has no college and Observer obviously does, the only fair thing would be to compare incomes, same with haywood

how much do you earn, observer?

if there is a difference, why does haywood having a degree make him smarter? we only go to college to earn a higher income, big man, so how are you doing compared to high school grads like lebron?

Cleveland PND

Aurora, OH

#17 Apr 24, 2008
observer NEVER played sports. If he/she had, they would realize the ATHLETISISM it takes to recover from someone pushing you in mid air & crashing to the floor. Should have studied harder in that Physics class chief.
Its me

United States

#18 Apr 28, 2008
I think its funny how biased Wiz fans are..I'm a fan of neither team btw..they're talking about how Haywood shouldn't have been ejected for his flagrant on LeBron and stuff like that but if Big Z or Varejao would push Arenas or Butler midair they would be calling for suspensions...
The Truth

Akron, OH

#19 Apr 29, 2008
When did LeBron cry? He is just stating the facts. Wiz fans do nothing but cry about LeBron. Truth is, Washington is contributing to his legacy by not being able to contain him at all year after year. All the cheep shots and words are a sign of desperateness, yet still LeBron prevails. I think that when the Media is away, LeBron laughs at Washington. Soon, LeBron will not even think of the Wizs, but Washington will be thinking of LeBron all off season. LBJ owns Washington!

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