Mirror, mirror: It's Spurs-Jazz
#1 May 20, 2007
It is Commissioner David Stern and Robert Horry the co-Most Valuable Players of the NBA Playoffs. Congrats to the righteous omnipotent David Stern. WHAT A TOTAL JERK AND A FRAUD!
#2 May 20, 2007
Amare & the whole Suns team know the rules about leaving the bench.
So much so, that they tried to deliver the biggest loaf of BS via Amare at the post game interviews after game 4. No one believed Amare's "just getting ready to check into the game" lie.
The decision of the Suns to put aside their integrity, which by the way is something that Pop and every single Spurs player would never do, cost the Suns their honor.
Amare do the right thing and apologize to the whole NBA and especially your team and fans for a lapse in judgment and maturity. That goes for you to Boris.
Apologize to the NBA for thinking yourself above the rules, apologize to your team for your lack of leadership and maturity and finally apologize to your fans who you let down and turned into the most dirtiest fans in the NBA.
Amare and some Suns players walked off the court after the series was over again making my point about a lack of maturity and integrity.
Honor and integrity should be the Suns motto going forward.
#3 May 21, 2007
If there is no need for common sense interpretation of the rules by a an arbitrator of some type then why have a commissioner or anyone making these salaries. Just go by the rules as written and lay off the commissioner. Lay off the whole supreme court and just go by the rules without the need to interpret them. Lay off the baseball umpires and put a computer to call balls and strikes. And layoff many professionals who are paid to interpret things intelligently such as in this case where thuggery got rewarded.
Look, you are obviously a Spurs fan, my question is why, why, why? That is a team that is so freaking boring that the ratings plumet every time they play on TV so look it up and... never mind, you do not believe in interpreting the ratings either.
You are an obtuse and bad person. I can tell. Are you not Sean O'Hair's father, you know the golfer.
#4 May 22, 2007
There will always be a need to interpret common sense rules because not everyone is as smart as you; there are lots of stupid people in this World. If what you wrote holds true, then Iím included in that big bunch because I donít care about TV ratings or how boring the San Antonio Spurs might be. However, as you put it, as obtuse as I might be, I donít go around insulting other teams and their fan base, we have enough bad people in this World already. Why a Spurs fan? Stupid people wonít understand this, but Texicans are very loyal, it the same loyalty I display to the Marines I work with. Take my stupid advice if you care to and please pass it on to Amare Stoudemire; ďbefore you attack, think of the consequences!Ē
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