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Old 01-27-2007, 08:57 PM   #3
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Default Re: George Karl can take a lesson from Zeke

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Originally Posted by shafir
About classiness, and respect for other teams. Zeke took Crawford out of the game out of respect for the Heat, taking away Crawford's shot at beating Bernard King's record of 60 points at the Garden. Anybody else agree?

It was the latter. I put it in my GT Post. Had nothing to do with the Heat. Since crawford was blazing he allowed him to just break his career high. That was it. Zeke respects the game. Now if they were on the road different story.
Karl was just mad about the LB fiasco.
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