It always blows my mind that duns are in a position of influence/power that don’t know what they’re talkin’ about. That in turn allows the millions of people listenin’ to them to make dumb comments because it’s like the blind leadin’ the blind. On Friday night No.8 Arkansas beat No.9 Seton Hall in the South Region 77-71 followin’ what cat’s tried to label a controversial Flagrant 1 that was called with 18.3 seconds left.
Seton Hall’s Desi Rodriguez literally pushed Arkansas’ Jaylen Barford in the back as he was goin’ to the rack. As the kid was pushed his leg clipped his other leg and he fell face first. They called it a common foul accordin’ to the rules and then reviewed it. After lookin’ at it they elevated it to a Flagrant 1! Ole boy hit the free throws that sealed the deal and Arkansas gets out of the joint with Big Momma’s apple pie.
ESPN’s Jay Williams and whatever the dun’s name that’s on with him were arguin’ with Mike Smith and Jemele Hill about the call durin’ the post-game show that followed. Mike and Jemele said that the rule is the rule and that it was the right call, which it was. Jay, on the other hand, is on national television in a position of influence tellin’ boyz that it’s a bad rule. Then his side kick is sayin’ that if ole boy wouldn’t have fallen they wouldn’t have called it a Flagrant 1.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! This is the foolishness that I’m talkin’ about bruh!! This dun is on NATIONAL TELEVISION soundin’ like a complete maniac sayin’ that it’s a bad rule. IT’S THE RULE BRUH!! You can’t bush a boy because it isn’t a basketball play!!! It doesn’t matter that you don’t like the rule it’s the rule!! Then he goes on to say that “when I’m about to foul someone to stop the clock. I don’t look at where I’m about to foul someone.”
If you’re makin’ a basketball play on the ball it doesn’t matter where you foul them. But to say that it’s a bad rule make you sound crazy. That’s like sayin’ that it’s a bad rule that you can’t carry a fake ID because you got caught with it tryin’ to get into a bar on St. Patrick’s Day. It’s the biggest party of Spring Break. That’s the rule bruh!! It’s illegal to carry a fake ID!!
Then for the other cat to say that they wouldn’t have called the Flagrant 1 if ole boy wouldn’t have fallen and sold it sounds like he’s been sniffin’ glue. That’s like sayin’ that they wouldn’t have arrested me if they hadn’t discovered the fake ID and the drugs in my bag. Naw better yet, that’s like sayin’ that my boy wouldn’t have gotten charged with manslaughter is the dun wouldn’t have died when my boy was tryin’ to steal his new Jordans. He did fall and they did call it. But these are the so-called experts that boyz are listenin’ to and repeatin’ everything they are sayin’.
It’s like the fools that keep the lie goin’ that Jordan is the GOAT solely because he went 6-0 in the Finals. That’s it. Not even realizin’ that Bill Russell went 8-0 in the Finals. Now there are 20 different reasons why you could argue Jordan bein’ in the GOAT category but goin’ 6-0 in the Finals isn’t it. But that’s all they know so therefore, millions of cats around the world repeat that foolishness.
Watchin’ social media after Arkansas left Seton Hall on the floor with the “L” was amazin’ because everybody’s listenin’ to Jay Williams and his homeboy talk reckless. Why? Because they’ve allowed their emotions to cloud their ability to understand that the rule doesn’t apply in certain circumstances. It applies any time a player breaks it. And sure they don’t call fouls EVERY time someone commits a foul. However, they’re callin the freakin’ obvious fouls and they darn sure are callin’ the flagrant ones.
To say that they shouldn’t have called a boy pushin’ another cat down goin’ to the rack would have been completely unfair to Arkansas. Rodriguez pushed him and Barford fell as a result of the push. He wouldn’t have tripped over his leg had he not been pushed. It’s simple. Take your emotions out of it and give the fans what’s real. I can get duns caught up in their emotions at the barber shop.
That was like the only excitement of the day bruh. It was pretty straight forward. No upsets etc. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
The caption under the photo is real today playboy!