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» Sun Dec 17, 2006 8:11 pm
Yeah, he was the one who seemed to want it happen. He felt like the Nuggets were trying to rub it in with the starters still in with a 19 point lead with jus over a minute left in the game. And after that steal, it was like he ordered Collins to hook Smith by the neck. What a day for sports. From T.O. spitting on DeAngelo Hall to the brawl in the Garden.

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» Sun Dec 17, 2006 9:23 pm
Coltraining is right on point. Carmelo is the league's darling and then he does this nonsense. Also, has he ever had to answer for that Stop Snitchin' nonsense? What a great message for the youth at his new rec center - "If someone does a drive by and kills an old woman or a baby, be sure to lie to the police about it! Better to let a killer run free and not get justice than to try and ease the pain of that family or make the community safer."
Sadly, I think he is too popular to suspend more than seven games. That's my prediction.
As for Isiah, he deserves a suspension, but he makes a point that players showboating when up by twenty with very little time left is a classless move - I hate when they do that ****. Of course, ordering a hit on the worst showboater is alot less classy.
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» Mon Dec 18, 2006 5:41 am
sleepyfloyd wrote:Coltraining is right on point. Carmelo is the league's darling and then he does this nonsense. Also, has he ever had to answer for that Stop Snitchin' nonsense? What a great message for the youth at his new rec center - "If someone does a drive by and kills an old woman or a baby, be sure to lie to the police about it! Better to let a killer run free and not get justice than to try and ease the pain of that family or make the community safer."


That's also the people's fault for adopting him as a role model, something no athlete should ever be... although that's how things work most of the time.

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