Nope. The guy is standing in the middle of a court in front of 15,000 people and cameras that stream him to hundred of thousands more wearing the name of his University on his chest. He is a representative of his University and his negative actions reflect back on it. The students are anonymous in the crowd. They can yell what they like, most people there and watching on TV will not notice what they do or recognize who they are. Athletes are held to a higher standard. On the road, you have to be respectful if you want respect.
He didn't do anything but mess with the students who were messing with him. Nothing improper, nothing vulgar. Seems to me we've got some anonymous nobodies in the student section who think they just get to dish it out, but can't take it.
At least he didn't come into the stands like the Harrison brothers. As for this conflict, surprised he let the crowd get to him that's a sign of an intelligent player. I thought college athlete's had played through enough crowds by now to know how to ignore the crowd. I knew that by my freshmen year of high school. On the other hand, throwing things was definitely uncalled for let's not let that happen again.
Wow...Thanks for going to his Twitter and bragging about throwing bottles at him...all it takes is one guy to hurt our image as a respectful fan base...As for Kim, when you go onto somebody else's homecourt you put your head down and shut up...and clones let's just stay on fanatic and talk behind his back.
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