First off Iím not going to sit here and bad mouth Steve Nash because thatís not my style and secondly because I agree that heís a good athletic and a class act, as for being the best there is, I disagree. So you were at the game and watched Tony Parker lying on the floor, you immediately checked your watch to see how long it would take Tony to get up; Iím assuming all this because thatís what insensitive people? I wasnítí there but I too watched the game, however when I saw that the medical staff couldnít stop Nashís bleeding I started cursing the hell out of your coach because he should have immediately sent Nash to the locker room to be properly treated. Anyone with any common sense would have understood that Nashís heart was pumping too hard for the bleeding to stop. In my profession a wounded person should be treat immediately so that he/she can recover and go on to fight another day, another battle.Sorry Cowboy, but i have to correct you about Nash being "knocked out" by Parker.. I was at that game and if you would have watched it, you would have seen that Parker threw his head forward and hit Nash in the nose and PARKER was the one that hit the floor and like a true Spur, he didnt get up for 5 minutes, he was too busy crying. Nash, with his bloody nose, even went over to see if he was ok. And even though he needed stitches, Nash; being the BEST athlete there is; insisted on going out to finish the game. It was the referees that made him go sit down. Not even Horry bashing in to Nash could stop him, and everyone KNOWS that the only reason why the Spurs are headed to the finals, is because they are whining, cheating, flopping, babies. I still have YET to actually see them win a game fair and square. Ginobli is the worst one of them all. They all are pathetic though. Spurs may have cheap shot their way to the finals.. but the Suns will always have one thing that the Spurs wont have... CLASS
Note: If a player suffers a laceration or wound where bleeding occurs, game officials will stop play and remove the injured player from the game. The player is then allowed to return after receiving appropriate medical attention.
I feel for you, in last yearís playoffs I felt like you do, however I didnít blame the Dallas Mavericks for our defeat; I blamed the San Antonio Spurs, I understand that these are the playoffs where hard fouls and aggressive plays are going to take place, where teamwork is the key to winning. Dirty team calling, bad officiating by the referees, too many hard fouls and flopping, all these excuses have been used up by disgruntled Suns fans, so if the Spurs get beaten by whomever they meet in the championship, I promise that I will not use any of these excuses. I will do exactly what I did last year and place the entire blame on the Spurs. Gave it some thought on what you said about the Suns having one thing the Spurs donít have,ďClass,Ē look at it my way, the Spurs will always have something the Suns donít have,ďGlass!!Ē
Go Spurs Go!!