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      Rivalry Smack
    The game was not cancelled because of a punch or "player safety."

    By: BaldHatu, Monday 11 January 2016

    The game was not cancelled because of a punch or "player safety."

    Posted By: BaldHatu
    Date: 2016-01-11 13:33:21

    It was cancelled because TDS is a collection of asshats which, after one of their players behaved abhorrently the asshat coach and AD did not abide by a code I believe most coaches have to not "show up" an opposing team's coach.

    We've heard the Majerus side through Britton. Larry is an old-school, hard nosed, NBA player and coach. He isn't going to be snubbed by Rose and have an ugly, anal retentive snot nosed Emery show him up.

    SO.... He looked at the contract. Had a WTF moment when he saw is was only an $80K buyout and said, "hell yes!" For $80 I'm going to rub their nose in the carpet a little bit. AND HE DID.

    It was a beautiful move.


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