By Ken Reed

It reveals bad sportsmanship, a lack of professionalism and a complete misunderstanding of the essence of sports

(See full column)

An anonymous National Basketball Association coach, whose team made the playoffs this season, recently said complaints from players about referee calls are ”out of control.”

I couldn’t agree more. The incessant crying and moaning by players (and often coaches) over seemingly every whistle by NBA officials takes away from the game and the fan experience. It’s maddening to watch, game after game.

(See full column)


Comments are closed.

Set your Twitter account name in your settings to use the TwitterBar Section.