Found October 16, 2011 on
Now this should be on CNN’s breaking news ticker. A NBA player is blaming the owners for the lockout? Really? One of the emplyoees is putting the blame on the company?
This is more shocking than the season finale of Breaking Bad.
Derrick Rose has come out and said:
“It’s very sad, but everybody knows it’s not our fault,” the Bulls point guard and reigning NBA most valuable player said Saturday in Chicago. “If it was up to us we’d be out there playing. I think that is wrong and I know they could easily take care of it.”
No offense Derrick but it is kind of a two-way gold-plated street. So you are saying you will go out and play for less money for the better of the sport?
I actually am not on either side of the fence during this lockout. The owners are greedy and trying to fix the mess they made over the last several years, while the players are over paid but of course don’t want to give up any of the pie.
Both sides are wrong if you want to be simple. The fans and those who are empl...
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The Chicago Sun-Times caught up with Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose today as he did promotional appearances around the city. The talk was obviously about the current NBA lockout and his preparations for the upcoming season (if it happens). To no surprise he blamed this whole mess entirely on the owners. My question is are comments like this productive?
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