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Tha rock
05-01-2006, 01:31 AM
we just evend it up 2 to 2

Koopa
05-01-2006, 03:41 AM
we just playing with ya'lls minds lol, spurs in 6

Tha rock
05-01-2006, 02:29 PM
we just playing with ya'lls minds lol, spurs in 6




we will see about that.:sofunny:

Koopa
05-03-2006, 12:51 AM
spurs now lead series 3-2........so like is said spurs in 6

Tha rock
05-03-2006, 01:59 AM
spurs now lead series 3-2........so like is said spurs in 6


will see im pissed at those damn calls from the refs they totally screwed us over.

Ohio Steeler
05-03-2006, 02:03 AM
Kings in 7 thats how I see it sorry Koopa

Koopa
05-03-2006, 02:22 AM
will see im pissed at those damn calls from the refs they totally screwed us over.


aww you one of those fans that pull the ref card everytime something doesn't go they way

Kings in 7 thats how I see it sorry Koopa

get yo eyes checked mayne lol

Tha rock
05-06-2006, 04:15 PM
damn it we lost

3 to be 4
05-06-2006, 04:34 PM
if it wasnt for the calls, the Raiders and the Kings would have given the Bay Area 2 World Championships this year. DARN IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!

83-Steelers-43
05-06-2006, 04:39 PM
I don't like NBA ball, but I was happy to see the Spurs win. I can't stand Artest.

Tha rock
05-06-2006, 05:14 PM
I don't like NBA ball, but I was happy to see the Spurs win. I can't stand Artest.



why?? hes great and he loves sac town him and randy moss are friends.

83-Steelers-43
05-06-2006, 06:13 PM
why?? hes great and he loves sac town him and randy moss are friends.

The guy is a thug punk. He's friends with Randy Moss? Now there's a surprise.

Tha rock
05-10-2006, 03:23 AM
The guy is a thug punk. He's friends with Randy Moss? Now there's a surprise.



whatever

Ohio Steeler
05-10-2006, 03:48 AM
Tha rock for real how can you like someone like him, he acts like a big baby when he does not get his way, he cant control him self and does what he feels like it when he wants if you ask me he is the NBA"s next Dennis Rodman ( an out of control no good punk )........

Tha rock
05-10-2006, 04:40 AM
Tha rock for real how can you like someone like him, he acts like a big baby when he does not get his way, he cant control him self and does what he feels like it when he wants if you ask me he is the NBA"s next Dennis Rodman ( an out of control no good punk )........




No way hes a team guy and he loves it in sac

83-Steelers-43
05-10-2006, 08:48 AM
whatever

Good response. I wouldn't expect any less from Tha Rock.

Anyways, Artest's actions speak volumes. Those actions are listed one thread down from this one.

Ohio Steeler
05-10-2006, 08:54 AM
No way hes a team guy and he loves it in sac


yeh until he thinks he hears a fan say something bad about him and jumps into the crowd to punch that fan...

No matter what yoiu say about him to me and most the world he is nothin more or nothin less then a thug....

83-Steelers-43
05-10-2006, 09:02 AM
Artest Timeline: Ron-Ron's troubled past
ESPN.com


Ron Artest is finally a Sacramento King, who now has an entire kingdom to place his baggage. And there's an awful lot of it. Here's a look at his laundry list of questionable behavior:

1999-00 season

Summer 1999: Before his rookie season, Artest applied for a part-time job at a Circuit City outlet in the Chicago area. But the Bulls stepped in before he could begin work ... and benefit from the employee discount.

Said Artest: "I thought it would be fun. And I had a friend who worked there."

October 4, 1999: Fined $5,000 and sent home from the league's rookie orientation for missing a meeting. Bulls GM Jerry Krause said Artest overslept, while also having a friend in his room when visitors weren't allowed.



Ron Artest has gotten to know David Stern quite well throughout the years.
2000-01 season

February 21, 2001: Suspended for one game and fined $7,500 for fighting with Glenn Robinson during Bulls-Bucks game.

June 13, 2001: Broke two of Michael Jordan's ribs during a pickup game. "I'm not sure what happened," Artest said in the Chicago Daily Herald. "I was just guarding him. I was just trying to get position because he was posting me up. I don't even recall him stopping for a brief second. ... I read it in the paper and was like, 'Man, Mike's ribs got broke. How'd his ribs get broke?'"

2001-02 season

February 19, 2002: Traded with Ron Mercer, Brad Miller and Kevin Ollie to Pacers for Jalen Rose, Travis Best, Norm Richardson and second-round pick.

May 25, 2002: Girlfriend Jennifer Palma, mother of one of Artest's sons, accused him of grabbing her around the neck and by the arm during an argument. No charges were filed, but she was given a protective order, which Artest allegedly violated several days later by calling her. Harassment and criminal contempt charges were later dropped.


2002-03 season

Sept. 15, 2002: Artest, now reunited with Kimsha Hatfield, his girlfriend of eight years and mother of his two oldest children, called the police claiming that she hit and scratched him. (The two are now married.)

December 19, 2002: Fined $10,000 for shoving the Mavericks' Raja Bell and failing to leave the court in a timely manner following his ejection, which occurred after he was given his second technical foul.

Jan 4, 2003: Suspended three games and fined $35,000 for smashing video equipment after a loss to the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

January 30, 2003: Suspended four games (costing him $84,000) after confrontation with Heat coach Pat Riley on the sidelines during the game, then flipping his middle finger at the fans in Miami.


The incident boiled over in the fourth quarter when Artest scored and was fouled, and proceeded to flex his right arm while walking toward the Miami bench. Heat assistant coach Keith Askins exchanged words with Artest, who brushed against Riley. Riley, who was already hot because of an Artest flagrant foul on Caron Butler, began shouting with Artest and shoved him away.

Feb. 26, 2003: Suspended one game by Pacers for smashing a framed picture of himself in Conseco Fieldhouse.

March 9, 2003: Suspended one game for flagrant foul (sixth of the season, which led to automatic suspension) on Trail Blazers' Bonzi Wells.

March 13, 2003: Suspended one game for flagrant foul (seventh of the season, which led to automatic suspension) on 76ers' Eric Snow.

March 20, 2003: Suspended two games for flagrant foul on the Celtics' Paul Pierce five seconds into the game. Eighth flagrant foul called for automatic two game suspension.

April 3, 2003: Fined $20,000 for making an obscene gesture to the crowd in Cleveland.

2003-04 season

Feb. 16, 2004: Made his first All-Star appearance in style, by changing -- and mismatching -- sneakers throughout the game, in the hopes of landing a shoe contract.

Said Artest's agent, Mark Bartelstein: "We've been in negotiations with several different companies for a few months now. We didn't feel it was right to just wear one brand."

March 19, 2004: Suspended one game for elbowing the Trail Blazers' Derek Anderson during game.

May 25, 2004: Fined $10,000 for making an obscene gesture during Eastern Conference Finals against the Pistons.

June 1, 2004: Took a shot at Richard Hamilton's masked face and was called for a flagrant foul late in the fourth quarter of Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, which appeared to ignite the Pistons, who would eliminate the Pacers shortly thereafter.

Said Artest of the call: "(Hamilton's) so skinny that they [the referees] didn't see it," Artest said. "I just put up my hands on him."



That's our Ron-Ron, back when he was hawking the CD.
2004-05 season

Nov. 9-10, 2004: Benched for two games after he asked for time off to promote the release of his upcoming rap album.

"When I decided I wanted to leave the game or take a month off, I'm a grown man," Artest told ESPN. "It doesn't make me crazy to want to do something that I want to do. ... You can be anything you want to be.

"I want to be a musician. I want to own my own label and I want to be MVP and win the championship of the NBA. I feel I can do anything I want to do. I have two goals this year. I want to go platinum or have my girls, Allure, go platinum, and win the NBA championship."

Nov. 19, 2004: Charged into the stands at the Palace of Auburn Hills to attack a fan who had thrown a cup at him. Two days later, he was suspended for the remainder of the season. Artest pleaded no contest to assault and battery charges and was sentenced to a year of probation, community service, anger management counseling and a $250 fine. He missed 73 regular-season games and 13 playoff games in total, while also losing $4,995,000 in salary.

2005-06 season

October 11, 2005: Said Artest on new season: "I'm going to continue playing hard and out of control, like a wild animal that needs to be caged in."

October 2005: Appearing on the cover of the December issue of Penthouse, Artest said in the interview that he wanted to box Ben Wallace on pay-per-view.

December 10, 2005: In a one-on-one interview with the Indianapolis Star, Artest suggests the Pacers trade him. "If the trade rumors, if there is any truth -- maybe it won't be a bad thing. They probably could win more games without me. ... If I go to the West Coast, I would come back to New York after my contract is up. ... I would go to Cleveland. I wouldn't mind coming off the bench behind LeBron James. There's a lot of players I wouldn't mind coming off the bench behind."

In the interview, Artest also criticized coach Rick Carlisle, who would bench Artest for two games. "I like Coach [Carlisle] as a person, but I don't like playing for Coach. I like my team, though. ... Don't get it twisted. He's a very good coach. He knows what he's doing. I personally don't like playing for him."

December 12, 2005: Placed on inactive list.

December 15, 2005: Fined $10,000 for making public statements that he wanted to be traded. Said NBA senior vice president and general counsel Rick Buchanan: "Public trade demands by players was a subject discussed at length during collective bargaining negotiations this summer. The damage caused by these kind of statements was commonly understood, as was the NBA's intention to hold players accountable for such statements going forward."

December 17, 2005: Has a change of heart. Said Artest in the Indianapolis Star: "I should have been a man and spoken with coach [Rick Carlisle] about my differences with him. Yes, I would like to return to the team."

January 1, 2006: Artest, whose self-titled CD hits stores this summer, told the New York Post that his New Year's resolution is to: "Teach math classes in elementary schools throughout the country. And, of course, I want to sell 10 million records."

January 24, 2006: Traded to Kings for Stojakovic, but trade falls through because Artest does not want to play in Sacramento.

"We waited for about an hour and half," Pacers prez Donnie Walsh told ESPN.com. "By then, I knew there was trouble. Geoff got on the phone at about 5:30 p.m. and told me that the deal was off. That Ronnie's agent [Mark Stevens] had called and told him Ronnie didn't want to play there and then called the owners. It scared them both off.

"I told Geoff that I didn't think that Ronnie meant what his agent was saying and asked him if they'd wait until the morning for us to get this sorted out. ... I wasn't happy."

January 25, 2006: Artest accepts trade to Kings after speaking with the Maloof brothers, Sacramento's owners.

January 27, 2006: Kings lose in Artest's debut against Celtics. Said Artest before the game: "I'm going to play hard. That's all I can do. Things that were distractions to my team in the past -- I've learned from my mistakes, and I look forward to those things not happening."

March 17, 2006: Artest returns to Indiana for first time since trade, with his Kings 15-7 and in the playoff picture since his arrival in Sacramento.

Tha rock
05-10-2006, 11:50 AM
It doesnt matter as long as there winning i can care less. Now if hes raping shotting people or killing someone is diffrent but a fight ohh well stuff happens. in sac we love him. I was at a few games this season to.

Lyn
05-10-2006, 12:57 PM
You say "My Kings"...............all I can say to you is should they meet "My Pistons" they are toast. I was at that game when Artest decided to go into the stands and punch out some fans.......He is no more than a thug, he is not even a good thug. Any player of any sport that goes into the stands is a WIMP WITH NO CLASS.

Koopa
05-11-2006, 01:57 AM
omg come on now, i don't like artest, but the bastard detroit fans started that thing, he went after one guy he thought threw it, and the only reason my boi jackson hit some dude is because that dude threw more water at him. and the only reason jermain hit someone is cause that dude came running on the court were fans do not belong. and artest hit the other dude on the court cause again fans do not belong down there no matter what is going on. detroit is full of thugs, i hate y'all lol, y'all start this whole mess and then cry victim. now that's some bullshit right there.

i'm glad artest whooped on y'alls asses, and then ben wallace fat ass brother has to be a ****head and attack a pacer from behind...well from the side when he wasn't looking damn fat ass coward.

artest was just chillin on the table while that thug of a piston ben wallace was acting a fool, so don't blame artest for y'all detroit thugs

and don't get this twisted i hate artest just as much as y'all do because he isn't a team player, no team player out of the blue ask for a trade and ruins a team.

Lyn
05-11-2006, 10:27 AM
The bottom line is still no player goes into the stands. Obviously that is the correct deduction as he was given a one year suspension.

Koopa
05-11-2006, 04:03 PM
philly and detriot have the worse fans in america. y'all fools throwing shit at players. don't try to justify what your bastard fellow fan did. and there was no reason for all those fans to get involved, detroit is full of thugs. and yes artest is an idiot, but i would've done the same, i ain't gonna let no fat white dude disrespect me like that

83-Steelers-43
05-11-2006, 04:10 PM
i ain't gonna let no fat white dude disrespect me like that

Not to turn this into race debate, but how about a fat black or mexican guy? Would you let them? lol. It's strange Koopa. You were very close to making the assumption that Suit was a racist because he's not a Young fan nor does he agree with our immigration system, but yet on two occasions you have made comments such as this. Why is that fine? I'm not trying to start anything, but I'm just curious.

I'm willing to bet that if I stated..........."i ain't gonna let no fat mexican disrespect me like that" you would probably be the first on here to scream racism. Am I wrong?

Koopa
05-11-2006, 04:51 PM
well i said fat white dude, becuase i don't know his name, but the dude was a somewhat fat white dude.

and i don't care if you say fat mexican nothing racist about that, if you said beaner, wetback, spic, taco vender, then yeah maybe i would.

and i would've said fat black dude in the other post i put but i knew he was ben wallaces brother so i didn't refer to him as that

as for suit......no i was saying suit might be a racist because he says the same thing about almost all the black qb's, about them only being good cause they can run fast (said it about vince young and jason campbell, but i'm sure he's said it about more on other sites or other threads, i just don't read every thread in the nfl section). and then him coming and saying rap ain't an art. if he would say he didn't like it i would understand, but he's talkin down on it like it's garbage, and them dudes makin a living off of it should be ashamed of themselves cause they ain't got no talent. and i have no idea what you are talkin about with the immigration thing cause i didn't go into any of those threads

83-Steelers-43
05-11-2006, 04:56 PM
I don't know man......so your saying if I stated "some fat mexican" disrespected me (me being white), you wouldn't think anything of it? LOL. C'mon Koop.

Once again, keep in mind I'm not trying to start anything.

Also, I find it very, very hard to believe that Suit is a racist. I've seen him praise Ike Taylor not even two months ago. Last time I checked Ike Taylor was African-American.

If he stated rap is not an art. That's an opinion, not a racist comment.

In my opinion, country music all sounds the same and it doesn't take much talent to sing about how your lady left you and your workin' all day on the farm. That doesn't mean I'm racist towards my own race....lol. It's an opinion which is not racially motivated.

Koopa
05-11-2006, 05:03 PM
no, cause i go on other boards and they talk like that and i don't get upset. i don't care if you throw that around like that. you just discribing the dude, that doesn't seem like a racial slur to me

i only suggested it to suit, because he said vince young and jason campbell on two seprate occasions are only good becasue they are atlethic. and then he says rap ain't an art, and shouldn't have been at the grammy. wtf is up with that???

83-Steelers-43
05-11-2006, 05:05 PM
no, cause i go on other boards and they talk like that and i don't get upset. i don't care if you throw that around like that. you just discribing the dude, that doesn't seem like a racial slur to me

i only suggested it to suit, because he said vince young and jason campbell on two seprate occasions are only good becasue they are atlethic. and then he says rap ain't an art, and shouldn't have been at the grammy. wtf is up with that???

Personally, I would be more offended if I was Mexican and he stated "some fat Mexican dude" disrespecting me...lol.

I just don't see the point in adding some fat "white" dude. That's all. What does his color have to do with anything? lol.

Oh well, nevermind. Just curious. Koop, no harm no foul.

Koopa
05-11-2006, 05:14 PM
Personally, I would be more offended if I was Mexican and he stated "some fat Mexican dude" disrespecting me...lol.

I just don't see the point in adding some fat "white" dude. That's all. What does his color have to do with anything? lol.

Oh well, nevermind. Just curious. Koop, no harm no foul.

i guess i'm more used to it, cause my white friends talk shit like that and i talk shit too, so i guess that's why i don't care