Saturday, August 29, 2009
The Ron Artest Saga Trade Rumor Brawl Suspension CD
The Ron Artest Saga Trade Rumor Brawl Suspension CD Ron Artest from Indiana pacers is known for his wild behavior for several years. But in the last two NBA seasons, is worse than ever. We are all history, in recent years happened in Detroit, the infamous brawl when a fan threw a cup of an Artest, who then jumped in the stands, followed by Stephen Jackson to the team fight with Detroit fans. What most of us do not know is that the issues before it. In the 2003-2004 season, he played only 73 games. Some missed injuries to sue, but because the suspension of seven flagrant fouls. NBA rule is that it can be five flagrant fouls for the entire season. After exposure to five games for the first five flagrant fouls and a game for each subsequent foul later in the season. Artest has broken the record this year for flagrant fouls. His sixth flagrant foul came in five seconds, the game retued to him in his first five-game suspension, and he was expelled after only five seconds. Artest was perhaps his best statistical season of his career to win the Defensive Player of the Year Award. In the 2004-2005 season has been suspended for the last 73 games of the regular season, playoffs included, at no cost for the brawl in Detroit. Earlier this year Artest has two games of love, because he wanted to promote his rap CD. She lost $ 5 million dollars for salaries this year due to suspensions. In the 2005-2006 season has started great thing. But soon collapsed, as the view that Artest Coach Rick Carlisle was not the offensive in its implementation. He felt that it would not have sent the little of him and that he was no longer welcome in Indiana. Shortly after an exchange. The agreed pacers Artest and have discussed with many teams. If not commercial, not to play him for all the memories of 'years. Since the 17th December, the last time of events, he said that he is still a Pacer. "I had a man and talked to coach [Rick Carlisle] about my differences with him," Artest told the Indianapolis Star. "Yes, I would go back." It seems as if Ron Artest, Terrell Owens of the NBA. This is why teams like Detroit and San Antonio won the last two championships. There is no I in team, not the problems, media, history, everything we do, play basketball. Course can be tedious, but you must win at all costs in all sports. Finally, if I were a GM for a team I would like Ron Artest for a second. He is conceed about two of his life. He is basically ruined two seasons for the pacers, because next season will be different.