March 12th, 2009, 07:16 AM #1
Sports Question 3-12-09
Chris Kamen yesterday (the day after a 19 point fourth quarter collapse by the Clippers) "If I was a fan, and I know I shouldn't say this because they pay our salary, I wouldn't pay for this mess.
Is he just being refreshingly honest or is he out of control?
Also, who is actually a Clipper fan and why would you be with a winning basketball team sharing the same building.
March 12th, 2009, 08:00 AM #2
He's being honest. Props to him.
I think their owner went into the Clipper locker room about 1-2 weeks ago and openly insulted all the players individually or something. Obviously, that didnt' work.
As for Clipper fans, I think the majority of them don't really exist to be honest. When the Clippers made their playoff run 2 years ago, 70% were bandwagoners that came out of no where. The other 20% just probably root for the Clippers because they are always in the Lakers shadow. They just like the "underdog" type team that never wins.
I know a person who has Clipper season tickets, but only because he loves the game of basketball and can't afford Lakers season tickets.
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March 12th, 2009, 10:26 PM #3
Kamen is kewl just for bringing it up... even if his bosses don't like it. If Donald Sterling doesn't want this to happen he should floor a better squad, plain and simple.
As for the second part, there is no such thing as Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny or a gods honest Clipper fan. The are only Laker fans who are waiting for their jerseys to come back from the cleaners.
March 13th, 2009, 06:46 AM #4
Hes just saying what EVERYONE is feeling/thinking.
I not a true fan of any NBA team but do root for the Clips more than the lakers just because I hate all the laker talk and everyone kissing their ass all the time. I would not go see either team unless t was work related adn I had to or it was at CBBA or the Honda Centre.