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given..Camby got 5 gms
01-14-2002, 02:42 PM
I only know Shaq took the swing because Miller's a white guy. These guys don't take crap from the white man.
Dr T Non-Fan
01-14-2002, 03:04 PM
He was extremely lucky he didn't hit him. A little Rudy-T and Kent Benson rolled into one.
What the teams in the league don't realize is that he must be denied the ball in the first place. That, unfortunately, would require knowing how to play real defense. And why bother, since his free-throw pct is pathetic?
01-14-2002, 05:24 PM
Luckily for all, that first punch didn't connect. That could have been worse than any punch Mike Tyson ever threw.
I think he'll get 6-10 games, depending on when he's scheduled to play next on NBC. :wink:
Dr T Non-Fan
01-14-2002, 05:27 PM
Perhaps NBC will make sure it happens during the Winter Olympics, giving them a reason not to show basketball for three weekends.
01-15-2002, 09:18 AM
What? They show NBA games on NBC? Oh yeah, I'm a Bucks fan, no they don't.
01-15-2002, 09:25 AM
He got just THREE games! The folks from NBC and TNT must have gotten their noses in it again.
01-15-2002, 12:06 PM
The TV people would rather see Kobe putting up 56 in 3 quarters than the same old Kobe/Shaq boring brand of ball.
Kobe/Shaq is so dominating it is truly boring. Unless the Kings are in town, I could care less.
Speaking of Shaq, I assume many have heard him say that other players who "flop" (to take a charge) aren't real men, and he doesn't respect players who don't stand up and play him like a man.
Seems to me he's saying that other players should play to his strengths. So does lack of strategy make one a man in Shaq's eyes? Should Sam Perkins have complained that the other centers wouldn't play outside the 3-point line, which was his strength? Would Shaq lose respect for Kobe Bryant if he tried to take a charge against Tim Duncan?
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