Just another blight on the Cleveland Cavalier season. Ricky Davis needs to be taught a huge lesson. Either from his own organization or from the league. That was as bush-league as you can get. I would've have loved to see him try that move on a Charles Oakley or a Ron Artest. Even some old schoolers like Maurice Lucas or Bill Laimbeer. They woud have blasted his ass into the 5th row. I love the NBA, but knucklehead moves like that only strengthen detracters of the league.
From the desk of Swordsman Yen The funny thing about the whole situation is if that idiot Ricky Davis read his rulebook, he would've known that is a violation to attempt to shoot in your opponent's basket, so he wouldn't have got his 10th rebound even if he got the shot up. What a dumbass.
reminds me of i believe Darrell Armstrong who was allowed to pass in the ball for a last second assist in a game that was way over just to get a triple double. My thoughts are that a triple dub is not one if its unnatural. Espn had a good thing up showing things like the last day of the season where they fed David Robinson constantly to get him a scoring title. In retrospect who really cares who led the league in scoring that year. I just know Jordan didnt bc he wasnt there that year.
(edited by JWstorm on 18.3.03 1252) I LOVE WRESTLING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
It makes you wonder if any of the guys watched some of the great ones. Bird, Magic, Stockton, etc. I know they're too young to have watched some of the guys I saw play when i was young. Frazier, Earl the Pearl, Maravich. These guys could give a blue fart about triple-doubles. It was about winning, plain and simple. If Bird had 2 points, 3 rebounds, and five assists he was okay if they won the game. As I said earlier, I love the NBA. It's the highest level the game can be played. Someone has to teach these guys TO RESPECT THE GAME!!! Again, if he had done that to a guy like rick Mahorn, he would've found out what a nicely placed elbow in his ribs feels like!
Alexandra "Sasha" McHale, daughter of Houston Rockets coach and former Boston Celtics Hall of Fame forward Kevin McHale, has died at age 23. McHale has been on personal leave from the team since November 10.