NBA stops Sacramento Kings from using Foreigner music to troll opponents

The NBA banned Sacramento from trolling with Russell Westbrook.  When will this madness end?

The NBA banned Sacramento from trolling with Russell Westbrook. When will this madness end?
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It was a good time last night for Sacramento, as they don’t get a lot of good times for basketball, to see future Hall of Famer Russell Westbrook come into town, shoot 2 vs 14And you’ll be upset on the scoreboard as “Ice Cold Player Of The Game” while the arena DJ played “Cold As Ice” aliens after many of those mistakes.

Westbrook didn’t really notice during the game, but he did get a chuckle and a chance to remind everyone that he’s been good in this league for so long and gave Sacramento a lot tougher nights than on Wednesday.

According to Shaun Cunningham of ABC 10 Sacramento, the NBA didn’t go down with the use of the 1977 hit of star trolling. If it’s the case, ahem, “I feel like the first time” that the league has treated the Kings unfairly, well, it’s not. Maybe the people who tricked Sacramento into manipulation sure* 2002 Western Conference Finals The California capital simply did not torment enough.

*Everyone can believe a conspiracy theory here and there, right? Game 6 was some of the biggest nonsense In the date of appointment, 20 years later, it still stinks to the high heavens.

Is it childish for an NBA team’s operations to try to play “head games” with an opponent? Sure, but it’s not an “urgent” issue to get the whole “Hot Blooded” thing going. This is a professional sport, and when you are ‘away from home’, no one expects to be treated like a ‘Juke Box Hero’.

The Kings found a way to humorously joke about trolling an opponent in an impersonal way that fans could appreciate, and that wouldn’t become redundant — most stars wouldn’t come to Sacramento and miss 85 percent of their stars. shots. The NBA could have said “that was yesterday,” and it should have.


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