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Wed Apr 25, 2012 11:11 pm
Throw him out of the league already.
What is with all the support for him? You would think he was the one who got elbowed. Sure, he has made some charitable contributions lately, but his track record speaks for itself. He is a bully and a jerk and I think that is what he strives to be. There is no place for this kind of stuff.
Celebration my butt. After he turns around, he feels James Harden with his left arm and then goes on to raise it and throw the bow. And then after the initial shock, he is ready to fight anyone who approached him. He is lying through his teeth and I am appalled he has not been called out for it. The elbow was one of the most vicious acts I can remember.
It was clearly intentional. It was designed to injure. And there is a history of this behavior. Throw him out of the NBA.
Wed Apr 25, 2012 11:21 pm
And shame on the Thunder. Someone should have speared him. Ibaka acted like the fake tough guy, but did not engage. Drop the gloves and have at it. Square up and dance. Take Ron out behind the woodshed. Let him know how to fight fair and plant him in the ground. You are not allowed to do that to a teammate.
Thu Apr 26, 2012 10:09 am
He seems like he's out of his mind. That to me is the troubling thing. I don't think these 7 games will be a deterrent for him.
Thu Apr 26, 2012 11:19 am
That wasn't exactly a love tap World Peace gave to Harden on Sunday. This is a grown man in an elite sports league with a lot of muscle on him. A whole lot of serious damage was done to Harden physically and perhaps emotionally.
I don't hate the former Ron Artest, but the fine was not stiff enough, and too many times this troubled soul has had issues on the court. I wonder if it's because he's a Laker that World Peace didn't get a longer suspension from David Stern.
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