There is crying in basketball


Great players do cry…

The top of the mountain.










…because part of being the greatest is caring the most.

Father's day.


6 Responses to “There is crying in basketball”

  1. High Above Courtside Says:

    Lakers guard Ron Artest weighed in on the Heat’s crying saga by saying it’s OK to let out your emotions. “In my psychology sessions, I sometimes cry with my therapist,” he said in an interview on NBA TV. “We cry and hug each other; hold each other and talk. I think it’s a good thing to cry and let your emotions out rather than keep it inside.” Artest added that he hoped someone hugged the unidentified Heat players who cried — according to Miami coach Erik Spoelstra, who later tried to change his story — after Sunday’s loss to the Bulls. “I would have hugged them and got some ice cream,” Artest said.

  2. High Above Courtside Says:

    Yeah well it was Mr. Artest’s performance in game 7 last year that secured the title for the Fakers.

    My favorite crazy of all time was Marvin (Bad News) Barnes of PC the ABA and the Celts (amoung others) during the 1970’s

  3. jpalumbo Says:

    Gotta go with Rodman. Nobody else had the psycho balls to headbutt a ref.

  4. High Above Courtside Says:

    Hell I saw Norm Van Lier body block a ref once. But a head but is a better move.

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