Hope Kevin Plank steps up and pulls Aquille Carr from the UA elite 24 this weekend.
iverson went to prison for beating an old white woman over the head in a bow ling alley brawl, and he turned out alright. oh thats right, he is broke after having earned 250 million playing basketball. maybe thompson jr will save him like daddy did for allan. this kid was an accident waiting to happen. said he was one and done upon signing with seton hall. they will drop him. too many young white women there. he will get a chance to hone his game this year at jessup. they open against the city detention center. hopefully he is in by the first game.
apparently there is another child on the way.
There is always a Consequence!
I took the time to read the follow up story. It was difficult. They did not get a slap on the wist, but justice was not as tough as it would have been if given in the city or if the color of the skin of the kids were different. (I do not mean to bring in race) But clearly in this case the state used a different standard. I actually agree with this type of sentencing for a kid.If and only when it is given to everyone no matter their race creed or color. By putting the kids on 7-10 years of probation it gives them a chance at life. If they violate it they go to jail for a long time. As much as I love my kids and sports not sure If I would have taken away their sports even though it was the right thing to do. In some ways I am doughting myself right now.
Aquille will not be playing in the Under Armour game.
The Under Armour Elite 24, set for Friday and Saturday, includes an all-star game and slam dunk contest featuring some of the country's top high school talent, with both events being aired on ESPNU. Gracie Blackburn, an associate manager for college sports PR at ESPN, confirmed that Carr is no longer a participant. ESPN PR declined further comment. Updated rosters -- including Carr's replacement -- will be released tomorrow.
already the consequences begin. he will be lucky to survive this. hopefully warren brown or the jeri curled billy murphy give this kid some free lawyering and biff adopts him. does biff have any daughters.
what does the patterson coach do. let him stay on the team, suspend him, throw him off. what is the policy. gilman could use a good point guard. he would look good in silver and blue.
OMG too funny about the lawyer thing. But AGAIN, it reiterates what was being said just last week about the offers, giving kids what they want with sports, bad grades, taking NO responsibility.............he chose to knock this girl to the ground and kick the crap out of her. Deal with the consequences. Hopefully someone will have a long talk with this kid and let him know just because he can shoot a ball, he can not shoot his mouth. He had more offers put in his lap than 10 other players would ever have.
some of those women can get real nasty quick. a couple hits of hennesy and a fattie can change reality. all u see is 2 flapping lips on a frame calling u out.
What amazes me is you men who ponder whether a girl really means it when she says no. If there's any doubt, uncertainty, just say no to her. There are so many girls out there and all you men want to do is worry whether she is going to "accuse" poor innocent you of something. Like you're obligated to try something with her even if her intentions are unclear. Grow up.
|Terms of Service | Search/Archive | Feedback | Contact Information | DC50tv |
Baltimore Sun | Chicago Tribune | Daily Press | Hartford Courant | LA Times | Orlando Sentinel | Sun Sentinel
The Morning Call | The Virginia Gazette
Baltimore Sun, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278