Thursday, September 18, 2008

Raising a Snitch

More information, well very little, is coming out about the Mario Chalmers and Darrell Arthur incident at the NBA Rookie Symposium. Supposedly Chalmers' teammate, fellow rookie Michael Beasley, has been fined $50K for not cooperating with the investigation. The league has handed this down, not the Miami Heat. So, let me get this straight,....snitch on my boys and save $50K or don't snitch and get a fine for $50K. Great way to welcome these guys into the NBA David Stern. You're promoting the raising of rats if you continue doing this. Beasley probably didn't want to be involved, so why make him involved? You already caught Chalmers and Darrell Arthur, so what else is there, blood? I know David Stern was pissed when this incident happened, because he is conscious of the image of his product and add to the fact that he was there, kinda made it worse (when the cat's away the mice will play, but when the cat's there, there will be hell to pay). Maybe more information will come out and maybe I'm wrong, but this is a bad move by the NBA and David Stern. Lock up (actually fine and embarrass) the guys you caught and move on.

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