Commissioner David Stern, in an attempt to prevent a war with the gay community and preserve the image of his league, fined Kobe Bryant a hefty $100,000 for his comments during the Lakers’ win Tuesday night against the Spurs.
Kobe was vexed about a foul call that forced him to go to the bench in one of the most important games of the regular season.
When Bryant got to the bench, after punching the chair and throwing a towel, yelled to referee Benny Adams “f**king f**got” (see below). Continue reading
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The season is winding down and it is about time to think about who will reign supreme as the most valuable player to the NBA.
It is unfortunate for Dwight Howard that every season he takes a team full of slow, un-athletic 33 year olds to the Eastern Conference Finals but will probably never win an MVP award. I do tip my hat to the League for recognizing that he is arguably a MVP snub every year by giving him the Defensive Player of the Year award. Im sure Dwight wouldn’t mind letting him have at least one MVP for his troubles though.
LeBron sacrificed his MVP trophies when he decided to “Take his talents to South Beach.” Continue reading
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