|Posted by shawn cassidy on May 26, 2013 at 5:35 PM|
Well, the NBA has us right where they want us. They still have the power to dictate whatever they fell like, and were just supposed to go with the flow. Wade has built a reputation for elbowing, or hitting, or even trying to break guys arms off (Rondo game 3 2011 2nd round). Even in an all-star game he nails Kobe. This guy has no filter. The league continues to show favoritism to the Miami Heat. If that was Metta World Peace he's looking at two games, and if that's anyone else for that matter their looking at a game. KG earned a one game suspension for nailing one of the Heat guys in the 2010 first round series in game one. That elbow was nothing compared to Wade's elbow. So here is what the league gives Wade.
The NBA assessed Wade with a flagrant foul but did not hand down any other penalties, meaning the All-Star guard will be available for Game 3 on Sunday night.
So if they issue a flagrant foul, shouldn't the Pacers get some free throws to start the game? I mean what's that flagrant foul going to do now? It didn't cause any issues with the outcome of the game, but how many times do we see a poor flagrant foul call that is reduced to a regular foul after the fact. and it does effect the outcome of the game, or the other way around. The league is corrupt, and for those who think differently. I say look at some of the facts. Wade should have been suspended for the elbow.
Here's KG's elbow, he was trying to help a teammate,and he didn't seem like he got him, kind of grazed him.
Wades elbow again.
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