Originally Posted by Bucket_Nakedz
y'all didn't see the espn 30 for 30 documentary today? i heard a lot about the dude before, but never in depth about how he was really revered. what a horrible tragedy. it was nice to see the film maker give the shooter his side of the story, but i still didn't feel like his remorse was genuine. dudes game reminds of a mix of reggie miller and gerald wallace with pretty good handles.
I don't really understand why he only did 19 out of his 40 year sentence?