I guess Doug 10 has never played basketball, in the Pro game these players are
very intense, they would not make it where they are without that intensity. The
refs make you wonder at times, in some games, who they side with and I can
understand the players frustration. Hood is very mild mannered person, so for
him to become concerned their must have been something very wrong with the
officiating. Another issue is the Jazz problems, it must be hard be in their
situation, now is not a time to be critical. I say GO Rodney maybe the fans
need to leave their video recorders home.
Well worth it! Rodney is the man!
Hood would have still been playing had he been in charge of his emotions.A coaches job is to work the refs. How many NBA calls have you seen
reversed on the court due to poor player behavior?Rodney or other
poor sports who play in the league can make more of an impact by donating $500
in the name of the offending ref to Eyesee.org (or any other good cause for the
underprivileged) The money would go towards helping people see in developing
nations. If it were in the name of the ref the impact would be memorable rather
than temperamental.If one ref had thousands donated in his name the
league would have to do something to save face, besides taking an
inconsequential amount from someone acting immature throwing a fit.
It looked intentional to me.Although the fan sticking their phone up to
video him walking out clearly needs to rethink their life.
That's unfortunate. I don't think it was intentional. As he was
walking to the dressing room, many people were giving him high fives. As I saw
it, he was just mindlessly slapping hands, but to his bad luck, what he thought
was an extended hand of good cheer had a phone in it. He had more on his mind
than how to be malicious to a fan. My goodness, that's some people's
yearly salary, notwithstanding his ability to pay. Rodney is not a hood.
The refs should have been fined for missing calls.