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Parrom.. His thug-like behavior finally catches up with him

  • enk64
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Posted: 02/03/2013 12:21 PM

Parrom.. His thug-like behavior finally catches up with him 


Remember the guy shoved Ty Abbot violently a couple
of years ago ? He did the same against a WSU player
yesterday and was was kicked out of the game. He is
suspended for the next game also.

Here is a quote from his coach.

" He embarrassed himself, our university, our basketball program,
  his family ".

Good call, coach, but thugs seldom learn from mistakes.
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Posted: 02/03/2013 12:41 PM

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I guess you were watching a different game. Parrom retaliated, in a stupid way, to a cheap shot by Lacy. He didn't push Lacy, he back-handed him in the nose.

Parrom needed to find a subtle way to retaliate.

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Remember the guy shoved Ty Abbot violently a couple
of years ago ? He did the same against a WSU player
yesterday and was was kicked out of the game. He is
suspended for the next game also.

Here is a quote from his coach.

" He embarrassed himself, our university, our basketball program,
  his family ".

Good call, coach, but thugs seldom learn from mistakes.


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Posted: 02/03/2013 12:51 PM

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LOL a 1 game suspension for that? Kidding me.

Parrom will do well in the D League or maybe in the Philippines.

Last edited 02/03/2013 12:51 PM by WilburDaffodil

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Posted: 02/03/2013 12:53 PM

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Did Miller announce that Parrom is suspended? The NCAA doesn't require a 1 game suspension for a Flagrant 2 personal foul.
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Posted: 02/03/2013 1:01 PM

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RunninDownADream wrote:
Did Miller announce that Parrom is suspended? The NCAA doesn't require a 1 game suspension for a Flagrant 2 personal foul.
You are correct.  Unless Miller holds him out, he will not sit a 2d game for a flagrant 2 (must be for fighting for the 2 game suspension).  KP needed to be a little more tactical in retaliating.  Yes, he was cheap shotted, but you don't closed fist backhand a player.

 
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Posted: 02/03/2013 1:11 PM

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Typical ASU fan taking what Miller said out of context. Here's what he said: "If in fact he committed the foul, he embarrassed himself, our basketball program and his family," Miller said. "Kevin is a senior and he knows better."

Hell, if the same thing happened at ASU, Sendek would say something like, "Errrr, he needs to be chopping wood! Ummmm and play in a Day Tight Compartment like folks that buy and not lease! No gold watch for him!"

You gals should take some of these. It will help with all the crying and whining.



enk64 wrote: Remember the guy shoved Ty Abbot violently a couple
of years ago ? He did the same against a WSU player
yesterday and was was kicked out of the game. He is
suspended for the next game also.

Here is a quote from his coach.

" He embarrassed himself, our university, our basketball program,
  his family ".

Good call, coach, but thugs seldom learn from mistakes.
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Posted: 02/03/2013 1:13 PM

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If Miller really believes all those things he said, Parrom shouldn't play another game. That's a senior. You might chalk it up to youth if he was a freshman or sophomore. He's had plenty of time to change his act and he hasn't done it.

If he plays another game, Miller is a hypocrite.
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Posted: 02/03/2013 1:14 PM

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wildaboutcats879 wrote: Typical ASU fan taking what Miller said out of context. Here's what he said: "If in fact he committed the foul, he embarrassed himself, our basketball program and his family," Miller said. "Kevin is a senior and he knows better."
Obviously he doesn't because it's the same stuff he's done for 4 years.

If Miller is truly embarrassed, he'll get rid of the source of the embarrassment.
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Posted: 02/03/2013 1:30 PM

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I completely agree. The back-and-forth goes on all game, but smacking a guy in the face only gets them what they want; you out of the game.

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RunninDownADream wrote:
Did Miller announce that Parrom is suspended? The NCAA doesn't require a 1 game suspension for a Flagrant 2 personal foul.
You are correct.  Unless Miller holds him out, he will not sit a 2d game for a flagrant 2 (must be for fighting for the 2 game suspension).  KP needed to be a little more tactical in retaliating.  Yes, he was cheap shotted, but you don't closed fist backhand a player.

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Posted: 02/03/2013 1:58 PM

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He should be made to read a few of your posts, that would be punishment enough
wildaboutcats879 wrote: Typical ASU fan taking what Miller said out of context. Here's what he said: "If in fact he committed the foul, he embarrassed himself, our basketball program and his family," Miller said. "Kevin is a senior and he knows better."

Hell, if the same thing happened at ASU, Sendek would say something like, "Errrr, he needs to be chopping wood! Ummmm and play in a Day Tight Compartment like folks that buy and not lease! No gold watch for him!"

You gals should take some of these. It will help with all the crying and whining.



enk64 wrote: Remember the guy shoved Ty Abbot violently a couple
of years ago ? He did the same against a WSU player
yesterday and was was kicked out of the game. He is
suspended for the next game also.

Here is a quote from his coach.

" He embarrassed himself, our university, our basketball program,
  his family ".

Good call, coach, but thugs seldom learn from mistakes.
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Posted: 02/03/2013 2:54 PM

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RunninDownADream wrote :

" The NCAA doesn't require a 1 game suspension for
   a Flagrant 2 personal foul ".


Well, here is a food for thought put up by an AU fan :

" The penalty for a flagrant technical foul in NCAA and NFHS rules is immediate ejection of the offending player, plus two free throws and a throw-in for the opposing team. The ejected player is also suspended during the next game played by his or her team.

Hopefully, this sheds more light on this.
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Posted: 02/03/2013 4:50 PM

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Funny you guys use all sorts of excuses for an old guy like Sendek, saying how he can change. He is the same as he was at NCSU, yet you lemmings keep defending him.

But you use some old article on Parrom as if it means something. LOL you desserve what you get.

jmwhitener wrote: Got news for you WABC. He committed the foul thus the rest of the statement applies.

Did he feel threatened because he'd never punch anyone.

m.nydailynews.com/1.327205#bmb=1

Parrom and Lyons should square off. They both have shown mean hooks on the court within the last year.

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Typical ASU fan taking what Miller said out of context. Here's what he said: "If in fact he committed the foul, he embarrassed himself, our basketball program and his family," Miller said. "Kevin is a senior and he knows better."

Hell, if the same thing happened at ASU, Sendek would say something like, "Errrr, he needs to be chopping wood! Ummmm and play in a Day Tight Compartment like folks that buy and not lease! No gold watch for him!"

You gals should take some of these. It will help with all the crying and whining.



enk64 wrote: Remember the guy shoved Ty Abbot violently a couple
of years ago ? He did the same against a WSU player
yesterday and was was kicked out of the game. He is
suspended for the next game also.

Here is a quote from his coach.

" He embarrassed himself, our university, our basketball program,
  his family ".

Good call, coach, but thugs seldom learn from mistakes.


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Posted: 02/03/2013 5:04 PM

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wildaboutcats879 wrote: LOL you desserve what you get.
*deserve
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Posted: 02/03/2013 5:15 PM

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19-2 ... you dessssssssssserve Sendddddekkkkk
71 - 54

Devil81 wrote:
wildaboutcats879 wrote: LOL you desserve what you get.
*deserve
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Posted: 02/03/2013 5:21 PM

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Taking a break during the halftime show.  If I wanted to hear a Beyonce recording, would buy the record.

I'm not sure this assessment is correct.  Flagrant 2 personal fouls (i.e., when play is active) are distinguished from "fighting" - although "fighting" is a Flagrant 2.  I believe the one-game suspension pertains to "fighting", but not necessarily to Flagrant 2 personal's.  Also note that Flagrant 2 personal and Flagrant 2 technical fouls are different things.

enk64 wrote: RunninDownADream wrote :

" The NCAA doesn't require a 1 game suspension for
   a Flagrant 2 personal foul ".


Well, here is a food for thought put up by an AU fan :

" The penalty for a flagrant technical foul in NCAA and NFHS rules is immediate ejection of the offending player, plus two free throws and a throw-in for the opposing team. The ejected player is also suspended during the next game played by his or her team.

Hopefully, this sheds more light on this.
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Posted: 02/03/2013 5:32 PM

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*Wildcats' (i.e., with the apostrophe)
jmwhitener wrote: Wildcats fans do not know how to spell

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wildaboutcats879 wrote: LOL you desserve what you get.
*deserve

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Posted: 02/03/2013 5:33 PM

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Have you figured out how many games you play against Stanford and Cal?

Did you book your trip to SF to watch the game?

LOL. You ASU fans crack me up. Open your mouths about BASKETBALL and idiocy comes out.

jmwhitener wrote: Wildcats fans do not know how to spell

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wildaboutcats879 wrote: LOL you desserve what you get.
*deserve

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Posted: 02/03/2013 5:35 PM

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There is no periond at the end of the sentence. ASU fans overlook the important things but they love moral victories!    :)))))))))


SenorJaap wrote: *Wildcats' (i.e., with the apostrophe)
jmwhitener wrote: Wildcats fans do not know how to spell

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wildaboutcats879 wrote: LOL you desserve what you get.
*deserve

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Posted: 02/03/2013 5:39 PM

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“We’ll handle it internally but he’ll be disciplined at the highest level possible if in fact was he did is represented” on video review, Miller said. “He embarrassed himself, our university, our basketball program, his family, and it doesn’t always matter what happened before you do that (kind of fouling)"

"Since he was ejected for the flagrant two, not fighting, Parrom does not face an automatic suspension for UA’s next game. But when asked if he might keep Parrom out Wednesday against Stanford, depending on what he learned about the incident, Miller said only that “we’ll have to really take a look at that.”

http://azstarnet.com/sports/bl...1a4bcf887a.html


enke64 you are ignorant

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Posted: 02/03/2013 5:45 PM

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ASU fans never let FACTS get in the way of their moral victries.


cthweep0 wrote: “We’ll handle it internally but he’ll be disciplined at the highest level possible if in fact was he did is represented” on video review, Miller said. “He embarrassed himself, our university, our basketball program, his family, and it doesn’t always matter what happened before you do that (kind of fouling)"

"Since he was ejected for the flagrant two, not fighting, Parrom does not face an automatic suspension for UA’s next game. But when asked if he might keep Parrom out Wednesday against Stanford, depending on what he learned about the incident, Miller said only that “we’ll have to really take a look at that.”

http://azstarnet.com/sports/bl...1a4bcf887a.html


enke64 you are ignorant
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