JaoSming wrote:Don't like it? Quit. He wasn't "powerless" he could have walked off the court and into the locker room. No one forced him into anything.
bowdown wrote:Yeah quitting would be so convenient. Not like it means anything to him.
bowdown wrote:I have no problem with having a confrontation about a disagreement. I have seen Greg Popovic do that to his players and it looks just fine.
bowdown wrote:you would let your coach push you and curse you out 2 inches from your face and I wouldnt.
bowdown wrote:You would let a grown man handle you like that
bowdown wrote:I wouldnt.
So if you were that player what would you do at that exact moment?
What would your actions be during or after that exchange?
Enlighten us please instead of ranting that you wouldn't let that happen to yourself.
OMG GREGG POPOVICH PUSHED GROWN MAN NBA PLAYER TONY PARKER THRICE AND ALSO SLAPPED HIM! BAN POP FROM THE NBA!
koberulz wrote:There's a significant difference between yelling at a player, and yelling at a player less than an inch from that player's face for over a minute.
bowdown wrote:I cant talk about what my actions would be after the altercation because that involves many variables including how I have interacted with the coach other times and I would also think about what I did wrong myself.
bowdown wrote:They both have an understanding of how the other perceives their actions to be.
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