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I'm going to show a lot of restraint here when I say this about Michael Felger: He likes to take extreme stances to get reactions out of people. It's his thing. But sometimes, he can go to far. Like what he said about Rajon Rondo tonight. It comes at the end of the video above, where he says
"he can't shoot and personality-wise, he's a pill... sort of a... prick."
This is what Felger does. In that fleeting moment right after he said "sort of a..." the synapses firing in his brain were calculating whether "prick" would be going too far. Then, as is always the case with Felger, that judgement call was followed by a "ahhh... screw it"... and he utters the phrase that most people wouldn't say.
He'll spin it as "I speak my mind" or "I tell it like it is." The truth is, he does it for the rise out of us. The reaction gets him off.
So my reaction to Felger is si...
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