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  1. I guess I'm just old school. I played 12 and under basketball and football in the Atlanta Rec League at Anderson Park for a coach named Charles Rambo (RIP), a notorious as beater who would have slapped this kid up side the head in front of everybody. The kid probably wouldn't have made the same mistake twice. By the way when I played football for Rambo he was in the sixth year of what ending up being something like a thirteen year undefeated streak, Undefeated! As for the Aint game. Give me a fkn break. The game had just started. If that move killed the momentum and caused the loss then t
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  2. its one thing to discipline and shame him in front of a crowd... another to do it with just the team involved.
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  3. You have to teach kids discipline, respect, sportsmanship. Mike Smith wasn't wrong for getting on to Asante for what he did four years ago. The point that was he shouldn't have done it the way that he did it. Or are you just trolling?
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  4. I was coaching my 12-year-old's basketball game today. For us, it was a big game. By the second quarter, we really had things rolling. We play an aggressive 1-3-1 zone that can put pressure on the ball all over the court, and we had forced several turnovers that lead to fast-break points. We had another effective trap and the other team dribbled out of bounds. Our kid, who had made a nice play, clapped in the guys face. That happened in front of the scorer's table right next to me. So I saw it, but there was not a technical called. I fought my instincts to cal
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