Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Jared Sullinger glad to see NBA ruling on Sterling

I don't think any player out there disagreed with the ruling of a lifetime ban for Sterling. Add Jared Sullinger to the list of players thrilled with the NBA's quick and proper punishment for Sterling. What more can be said about Sterling's outlook on life.

"It's always a good thing when you have all the players on the same page, in situations like this," Boston Celtics forward Jared Sullinger told CSNNE.com.

"It's a good thing to see, not one team do it, not two teams do it, but pretty much every team that's in the playoffs has done something to replicate what the Clippers have done," Sullinger said. "Whether it's Miami doing the inside-out with their jerseys, just to let the Clippers know they're not by themselves; as far as wearing black wrist bands, the Dallas Mavericks wearing black socks or the Portland Trail Blazers wearing black socks. It was good to see."

1 comment:

  1. Sully is not one to talk. He has his own private ugliness to live down. This is a man who apparently beat and entrapped his gf. How would he like it if a video of that was unleashed on the internet? No one is feeling sorry for Sterling, who seems to be bad news all the way around, but I wonder if the players will be united this way when they face the owners in the next lockout. I think that matters a lot more. It's easy to be united when the epithet of "racism" is being brandished, but will they be united when it comes to standing up to the owners for control over the future of the game itself?