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Dwayne Wade's shot on Ramon Sessions.

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If you haven't seen this, check out ESPN or YouTube it, I don't think I can put a link up here. But I was wondering what people thought about it and the one game suspension. Personally, I am glad to see the NBA do this, he has been making quite a few cheap shots the last year or so and gotten away with it. It also looked pretty blatant to me as a reaction to the foul. He stopped dribbling the ball and did it after the whistle was blown. As always though, in the game he didn't receive a foul, but the NBA, IMO, did the right thing with the suspension.

I also was curious if this changes people's opinions on Wade. Going into the Heat's superteam Lebron was the clear villian, but over the last season Wade has overtaken him for that role, mainly due to all of the cheap shots. Speaking of Lebron, even he has a wth look on his face after seeing his teamate's actions.

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I can't stand Wade.  In fact, I can't stand that whole Miami team.  None of those guys are good leaders.

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I can't stand Wade.  In fact, I can't stand that whole Miami team.  None of those guys are good leaders.

 

 

Thats why in the NBA "teams" are not non existent anymore.  its a one man show each possession.   Why is it that college ball is good fundamentals(for the most part) then if they get to the NBA its ME, ME, ME.

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Thats why in the NBA "teams" are not non existent anymore.  its a one man show each possession.   Why is it that college ball is good fundamentals(for the most part) then if they get to the NBA its ME, ME, ME.

I think basketball is a more selfish game than football inherently.  On any night, you will see all the players on the stat sheet.  However, you will never see stats for an offensive lineman making a good block for a RB.  Furthermore, players know that they are dependent on one another.  The QB can't have any passing stats if his line doesn't block and his WRs don't catch the ball.

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